there really isn't anything i won't look up.
so it is up to you to put the good stuff on where it will be available. does that sound fair to you? i think so.
  • The Ultimate Disney Cup Song Medley


  • detectivetony:

    Hi everyone, the little boy you see in the pictures up here is my dog, Laki. My dad found him 10 months ago freezing in the snow, skinny, cold and alone, he was just 11 lbs when we found him, now he is 66lbs so i think we can tell that he recovered pretty well. 
    He is so precious, hes always running around, playing with our cats, all the attention must always be on him, because even if my mom hugs my dad he starts barking and acting jealous. but hes just like this and we love him for that. You know he’s always very active and full of energy but in the past 6-7 weeks we all noticed that he got slower, tired. He lies down whenever he can, my brother goes running every morning and he generally always goes with hm, but not anymore. So, last week i brought him to the vet, he kept him in the ambulatory for a day for a few exams, and he was diagnosed with hip dysplasia. 

    Apparently this disease causes my dog to have chronic pain, thats why of course he doesnt move and have fun the way he did a few months ago.
    when hes lying down he needs a few tries o get up, he suffers climbing stairs and all of those normal daily things.
    Right now we are giving him painkillers, to get more time. Me and my family need time to understand what is better to do.
    The chances are basically two: treat his disease surgically, which is really expensive but would most likely be successful and get us a healty dog that could go back to his normal lifestyle after the reovery, or, having to treat the disease medically, with pills, painkillers, which would just most likely posticipate the moment when, eventually, he will be unable to walk, and we are gonna have to put him down.
    this could take, 1, 2 or even 3 years just like it could take 3 months.

    I feel incredibly sad and completely harmless right now, i am 18 and i dont have a work, my parents love him just as much as i do but its hard when theres just 1 person working to sustain the needs of a 5 people family. Thats why they are thinking to dont get him the surgical operation, and treat the disease medically, so even if its not definitive it will get us some time anyhow.
    but i dont really want that, im not ready and i am, for no gotdamn reason putting my baby down. Not today nor in 3 years. no way.

    So, being him less than 1 year of age he can still get a TPO (triple pelvic osteotomy) which would be the best for him, and the price for it would be of $4000 + additional care expenses and long term medications.
    So, heres where all of you reading this could make a big difference between life and death. 
    I hope you are as loving and caring as i know you are. If you can help, in any way, i will be forever thankful for that.

    If you want to help me and my baby click here

    anything will help, literally anything will make a change and if you cant donate yourself, i hope you can still reblog this post, so that more people can see it, this would make a big change too, thanks to all of you already

    Love you all so much,
    Lizh xx

    (via stability)

  • theturnofevents:

    Now that my half-sleeve is almost complete, I wanted to share it and the story behind it.

    I’ve been reading obsessively since I was about 3-years-old, and I’ve been collecting quotes for as long as I can remember. I always have a hard time explaining myself and especially my feelings, it’s hard for me to find my own words, so I’ve been using other people’s words (i.e. quotes). About 4-5 years ago I had this idea for a full-sleeve tattoo. I wanted to turn my arm into a page from a book. There would be paragraphs, and little sketches and notes. It would look like a page from a second hand (note)book. This idea evolved over the years and about 7 months ago I finally got started.

    The sentences in these paragraphs are all quoted from different people, and I created this collage myself. My own holy scripture. (“Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson)

    Here is the full text:

    From the stories I expected the world to be sad, and it was. And I expected it to be wonderful. It was. Every day I discover more and more beautiful things. It’s enough to drive one mad. I have such a desire to do everything, my head is bursting with it. Somewhere something incredible is waiting to be known. If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is. I don’t know what’s waiting for us, but I hope one day we’re ready for it.

    I am in the middle of growing up and into myself. I have immortal longings in me. Sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I am not living. He said it’s all in your head, and I said, so’s everything - but he didn’t get it. If life were as simple as one-line poetry, black coffee, pressing flowers between the pages; I might find it easier to breathe. Sometimes my hands shake, but it’s okay because sometimes the whole Earth does too. I’d rather die terrified than live forever. If the universe, Big Bang and black holes and all, still dares to dream, then so will I. But not all dark places need light, I have to remember that. Mistakes aren’t always regrets. Sanity is a cozy lie. There’s beauty in the breakdown.

    There will be two more paragraphs, I’m almost done with the final one, but not the third. It’s still a work in progress, but I know what the last line is going to be: "One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple."

    I have a coffee cup stain around my shoulder, the Deathly Hallows symbol between the first two paragraphs, and the silhoutte of Night Vale around my arm. I will be getting 3 maybe 4 more things and then my half-sleeve will be complete. Then there will be a few touch-ups.

    These quotes are from: Randall Munroe (XKCD), Claude Monet, Carl Sagan, Kurt Vonnegut, Ashli Wood, Sabrina Ward Harrison, William Shakespeare, Jonathan Safran Foer, Brian Andreas (StoryPeople), Tired Foxes, Jenna, Joey Comeau (A Softer World) (x2), Fernanda, Jeanette Winterson, Susan Sontag, Imogen Heap.

    Artist: Cansu Olga -  Adana/ TURKEY

    (via aphantomsfeather)

  • lunors:



    You give me pins and needles, babe


    on one hand this photo is really cool but on the other hand, why

    i don’t know

    (via vethox)