blackbruise:

when you click a  button you didnt mean to click so you just kinda hold the click and drag your cursor around hoping it doesnt click


Dylan O’Brien attends the Nintendo Lounge on the TV Guide Magazine Yacht during Comic-Con International 2014 #TVGMYacht on July 24, 2014 in San Diego, California.

Dylan O’Brien attends the Nintendo Lounge on the TV Guide Magazine Yacht during Comic-Con International 2014 #TVGMYacht on July 24, 2014 in San Diego, California.

amyjpond:

when you finish reading a book you read really fast and you’re like wait i should’ve read that slower

jensenackhles:

little-winchester21:

panicky-fallen-angel:

i-can-have-all-the-fandoms:

Supernatural stuff that makes me laugh incessantly.

The noise I made at the make me food one was not natural

The last one hahaha.

OMG im so done

ironman977:

ohgodbenny:

Sherlock’s like a kid who tries to explain to his father why he gets home late.

2 years late

Mad as the Mad Hatter

jaclcfrost:

codename—archangel:

jaclcfrost:

peter pan eats a sandwich

it’s

a peter panini

panwich

peter panwich

That’s the problem! They have no idea of what or where or when it is going to happen, most likely something is going to happen where there are a lot of people and the train station and the airport are connected, they say there are a lot of armed military and police there. And the Norway police are never armed!! youdonotknowmystoryatall

That’s the problem! They have no idea of what or where or when it is going to happen, most likely something is going to happen where there are a lot of people and the train station and the airport are connected, they say there are a lot of armed military and police there. And the Norway police are never armed!! youdonotknowmystoryatall

There can be no triumph without loss. No victory without suffering. No freedom without sacrifice.

papa-erwin:

I just love it how fucking serious Erwin and Mike look like

and then there’s Hange.

faultinourfantasies:

John explaining the ‘this is not a pipe’ idea and it’s link to illness