buffyconfessions:

I used to love playing the Xbox game just so I could be like Buffy. And when I was 6 years old all I wanted for my birthday was the VHS set called the Buffy and Angel Chronicles. 

This will forever be my favorite video game. 

buffyconfessions:

I used to love playing the Xbox game just so I could be like Buffy. And when I was 6 years old all I wanted for my birthday was the VHS set called the Buffy and Angel Chronicles. 

This will forever be my favorite video game. 

stfuconservatives:

frombaghdadwithlove:

feministhope:

These are all so great.

My heart just exploded. So.

All of these are awesome.

stfuconservatives:

frombaghdadwithlove:

feministhope:

These are all so great.

My heart just exploded. So.

All of these are awesome.

marlinsandthetrout:

nb2vraa:





i-l-l-u-m-i-n-e:

Glitter jars - 
I was taught about glitter jars during my time as an inpatient. I learnt the magic of glitter during a self-soothe class as part of an emotional coping skills lesson.
There’s no science, no counting, no acceptance and no forceful methods involved in the alteration of your emotions during use of the glitter jar - just distraction. 
Making a glitter jar is simple. You will need:
1 jar (with a lid of course!)
1/10 vegetable oil
9/10 water
glitter - lots of!
food colouring
anything else shiny
Add the water and vegetable oil together. Add a few drops of food colouring, all of the glitter and anything else shiny. Put the lid on (tight!) and shake it.
When you want to cut / binge / scream / cry, shake the glitter jar and watch until the glitter is settled. It’ll calm you and hopefully the emotion will pass.





for all my followers.

literally making this as we speak, or type,

marlinsandthetrout:

nb2vraa:

i-l-l-u-m-i-n-e:

Glitter jars -

I was taught about glitter jars during my time as an inpatient. I learnt the magic of glitter during a self-soothe class as part of an emotional coping skills lesson.

There’s no science, no counting, no acceptance and no forceful methods involved in the alteration of your emotions during use of the glitter jar - just distraction.

Making a glitter jar is simple. You will need:

  • 1 jar (with a lid of course!)
  • 1/10 vegetable oil
  • 9/10 water
  • glitter - lots of!
  • food colouring
  • anything else shiny

Add the water and vegetable oil together. Add a few drops of food colouring, all of the glitter and anything else shiny. Put the lid on (tight!) and shake it.

When you want to cut / binge / scream / cry, shake the glitter jar and watch until the glitter is settled. It’ll calm you and hopefully the emotion will pass.

for all my followers.

literally making this as we speak, or type,

veegannn:

veganlove:

wewantrevolutiongirlstylenow:

Melanistic Serval Cat.

Also known as what the fuck are you 

“Also known as what the fuck are you” hahahahah! 
 

i think it’s a pokemon…

i—-i:

brotherwarlockxvx:

thetreestories:


dogjournal:

MAN TAKES CARE OF DOGS IN NUCLEAR EXCLUSION ZONE
A man named Naoto Matsumura refused to leave the nuclear exclusion zone, which is contaminated with radiation, after the 2011 earthquake in Japan.  He is the only one living in the area, and he spends his days taking care of dogs and a variety of other animals including cows, an ostrich, cats, and other farm animals.  Here’s the story from the New York Daily News:

A modern day Robinson Crusoe, Matsumura has become something of a folk hero to animal lovers around the world.
He spends his days feeding 400 cows, 60 pigs, more than hundred cats and dogs, and one vivacious female ostrich named “Boss.”
His hometown, Tomioka, was a tidy village of 16,000 people eight miles from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant when the earthquake and tsunami hit.
The town, once famous for one of Japan’s longest cherry blossom tunnels, now stands empty, the power out except for a single traffic light blinking over the deserted main road.
***
Matsumura only managed to save a small percentage of the cattle left to starve slowly in their pens and that tragedy continues to enfuriate him.
“I’m full of rage,” he told CNN last month. “That’s why I’m still here. I refuse to leave and let go of this anger and grief.”
He is confronted daily by the harrowing results of the sudden evacuation — a cageful of withered canaries, or a calf that died horribly as it grew too big for the rope tied around its head.



my heart

more people in the world need to do things like this

what a legend.

i—-i:

brotherwarlockxvx:

thetreestories:

dogjournal:

MAN TAKES CARE OF DOGS IN NUCLEAR EXCLUSION ZONE

A man named Naoto Matsumura refused to leave the nuclear exclusion zone, which is contaminated with radiation, after the 2011 earthquake in Japan.  He is the only one living in the area, and he spends his days taking care of dogs and a variety of other animals including cows, an ostrich, cats, and other farm animals.  Here’s the story from the New York Daily News:

A modern day Robinson Crusoe, Matsumura has become something of a folk hero to animal lovers around the world.

He spends his days feeding 400 cows, 60 pigs, more than hundred cats and dogs, and one vivacious female ostrich named “Boss.”

His hometown, Tomioka, was a tidy village of 16,000 people eight miles from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant when the earthquake and tsunami hit.

The town, once famous for one of Japan’s longest cherry blossom tunnels, now stands empty, the power out except for a single traffic light blinking over the deserted main road.

***

Matsumura only managed to save a small percentage of the cattle left to starve slowly in their pens and that tragedy continues to enfuriate him.

“I’m full of rage,” he told CNN last month. “That’s why I’m still here. I refuse to leave and let go of this anger and grief.”

He is confronted daily by the harrowing results of the sudden evacuation — a cageful of withered canaries, or a calf that died horribly as it grew too big for the rope tied around its head.

my heart


more people in the world need to do things like this

what a legend.


Kochia Hill, Japan.

Kochia Hill, Japan.

stfuconservatives:

An AP article just published last week that reasserts what pro-choicers have known for a long time: abortion rates are the same, if not higher, in places where abortion is illegal.

-Jess

Have you got a particular skill that people might not know about? (x)

adelehasitall:

In Sickness and In Hell

thevegantimelord:

i—-i:

bonedust:

mohandasgandhi:

kevinless:

fyearth:

Seal meets girl. Seal falls in love with girl. The end.

SHUT THE FUCK UP.

I will never not reblog this. You can deal with it.

this is magical

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