methedras:

this is the best thing i’ve ever made 

crrocs:

evilsmurfnope:

crrocs:

Isn’t it weird how humans have to drink a clear liquid substance to survive

Vodka?

Yes

trans-par-en-cy:

made transparent by trans-par-en-cy

trans-par-en-cy:

made transparent by trans-par-en-cy

  • my bf: *doesnt reply*

  • me: [fuck this, I can do so much better than this ashy ass bitch. what am I supposed to do with some lil dick for the rest of my life anyways??? let me call his best friend MATTER OF FACT LET ME CALL HIS BROTHER. he’s not even that cute for me to be stressing over him. only reason I dated him is cause my girl told me to give his lil ugly ass a chance I'm over it tho, next! ha ha!]
  • my bf: my bad I had to pee. 

  • me: I thought you did! wassup babe 😍😛
breakingbadfriends:

I’m wondering if you can tell me a little bit about what the younger Saul is like and how he’s different from the Saul we know in “Breaking Bad.”
I can’t tell you specifics, because I would get excommunicated from the Catholic Church, as well as every other church where people watch “Breaking Bad.”
He’s going to surprise you. I think when people see Saul from the “Breaking Bad” show, they are seeing the public face of that character, the things he wants to present to the public because he thinks it will get him business, and he had created that persona. So who is the real guy who did that? And I think I would just put it this way. A lot of times people see cynical behavior or a cynical attitude and they think the person is a cynic; in this case maybe Saul Goodman is a cynical guy about the law and stuff. A lot of cynics, I would argue, or people who are called cynics, are truly idealists who just had their feelings hurt. And so I think there’s some philosophy there that maybe carries over in to how Saul became the character that we met on “Breaking Bad.” So that’s as specific as I’ll get. It’s pretty philosophical or whatever, but I would say that… that’s all I can say. He’s a very different guy from what you think. I’ll put it that way. And yet it all makes sense, I think, because the writing is so good, and the writers have really challenged themselves and have come up great from it.
– from Bob Odenkirk’s advice to young people: “Get out of comedy, because it’s about to collapse”

breakingbadfriends:

I’m wondering if you can tell me a little bit about what the younger Saul is like and how he’s different from the Saul we know in “Breaking Bad.”

I can’t tell you specifics, because I would get excommunicated from the Catholic Church, as well as every other church where people watch “Breaking Bad.”

He’s going to surprise you. I think when people see Saul from the “Breaking Bad” show, they are seeing the public face of that character, the things he wants to present to the public because he thinks it will get him business, and he had created that persona. So who is the real guy who did that? And I think I would just put it this way. A lot of times people see cynical behavior or a cynical attitude and they think the person is a cynic; in this case maybe Saul Goodman is a cynical guy about the law and stuff. A lot of cynics, I would argue, or people who are called cynics, are truly idealists who just had their feelings hurt. And so I think there’s some philosophy there that maybe carries over in to how Saul became the character that we met on “Breaking Bad.” So that’s as specific as I’ll get. It’s pretty philosophical or whatever, but I would say that… that’s all I can say. He’s a very different guy from what you think. I’ll put it that way. And yet it all makes sense, I think, because the writing is so good, and the writers have really challenged themselves and have come up great from it.

– from Bob Odenkirk’s advice to young people: “Get out of comedy, because it’s about to collapse”

violentwavesofemotion:

Jenny Schecter, from The L Word (S.2, Ep.9: “Late, Later, Latent”)

"Give up the notion that you must be sure of what you are doing. Instead, surrender to what is real within you, for that alone is sure."
Baruch Spinoza (via itsagreatbiguniverse)
"This is your Sunday evening reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you."

daytimepowdersandnighttimepills:

My life on so many levels

r-t-v:

Cuddle weather? Fuck that. It’s hickey season. You can hide anything behind a large scarf.