svvimteam:

casual selfie bc why not



pizza:

life’s too short to not eat all the food at parties



When patients were committed to the Willard Asylum for the Insane in Upstate New York, they arrived with a suitcase packed with all of the possessions they thought they needed for their time inside.
Most never left. The mental hospital had an average stay of nearly 30 years. When patients died, they were buried in nameless graves across the street of the asylum. Their suitcases, with all their worldly possessions, were locked in an attic and forgotten.
In 1995, an employee of the mental hospital discovered the suitcases, 400 of them. They date from 1910 to 1960.
Now, photographer Jon Crispin is cataloging each suitcase and opening a window into the lives - and the minds - of the people deemed too unwell to be allowed in society.





powerpuffgirlsofficial:

Seeing a hot cashier at the grocery store with your parents:

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modestdemidov:

*sprawls out seductively on your bed* *reaches into my pants* *pulls out my cellphone* what’s ur wifi password





getsby:

"ur bra strap is showing" u say

children begin to scream

tears r streaming down my face

my parents disown me and sell me to a shady, moustached man for three goats

no one can ever kno i wear a bra



winteerie:

my hobbies include having coffee and mental breakdowns



basedgosh:

dont ask me to smile in pictures because i will look like this 100% of the time
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  • me: Oh what the fuck
  • friend: what happened?
  • me: this scenario I created in my head got intense


itssexualhour:

i went to junior high school with corbin bleu and we were at orientation in 8th grade and he squeezed my right ass cheek then proceeded to wink at me it was very awkward and i still get a little creeped out when i watch high school musical



hex-girlfriend:

i’m still pissed off about growing up



girlslikecarsandmonet:

Manila submerged. Please signal boost, along with the emergency hotlines and donation links.



majesticmattsmith:

you guys should send me ‘have you evers’ or ‘would you rathers’


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