PSYCHO THOUGHTS - Dan asks whether it’s normal to constantly imagine your friends dying or think about how easy it would be to murder someone or feel a strange urge to jump from high places.
new video :D if you guys help me out by reblogging this i’ll follow a bunch of you who do to say thanks! i hope you enjoy.
This video is awesome and SCARY !
The editing on this was kickass, by the way.
When you are attracted to people, it’s because of the details. Their kindness. Their eyes. The fact that they can get you to laugh when you need it the most.
remember last summer when american eagle had that modelling contest where you submit your picture to get votes and if you get into the top 20 votes your picture is displayed at times square in new york
i submitted this photo of me about to sneeze
i placed 12th and i was on the times square billboard for two weeks
i hate each and every single one of you all
Hi when is vidcon
So I’ve started the Skype interviews and I definitely have to say this is going to be a super tough decision. I’ve literally fallen in love with all 5 of the people I’ve talked to today, and I’ve got 45 more to do! This will be interesting, for sure!
A huge thank you for everyone who’s gotten on the ball and scheduled an interview with me already, you guys seriously rock!
Have a good night (or… morning?) Yeah. :)
shhh don’t say mean things about yourself, i happen to like that person.
what the fuck
What in the actual fuck?
My brain just ran out the door… oh shit…
serious mind fuck
Gets me every time
This is genius.
every single person in the world has to see this
"What if I told you God is gay?" Elliot Darrow, a student at the University of North Carolina, absolutely kills it with this slam poetry performance about Christianity and homosexuality at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational back in April. The video’s been up for a while, but it’s making the rounds again and certainly worth a second watch. (via The Advocate)
Transgender Teenage Couple Transition Together (via The Huffington Post)
A pair of teenagers from Oklahoma might seem like your typical young couple, but their love story is unlike many others. The transgender couple actually transitioned together.
Just two years ago, Arin Andrews and Katie Hill hadn’t transitioned yet. The two had struggled with their identities throughout childhood; Hill had struggled with bullying. Then one day they met at a trans support group, after each had begun the transitioning process, and they fell in love.
Found this ridiculously sweet story today and wanted to share it with my followers.
SCREAMS LOUD ENOUGH TO BREAK WINDOWS
I am super surprised that this story blew up on Facebook.
THIS IS FROM MY STATE HELL YEAH!