drunktrophywife:

braig:

cyberpagan:

why do people think louis from 1d is ugly 

which one is louis

The ugly one

How to Know if They Like You by Myers Briggs

tabby-flenderson:

ENTP~ Prove themselves with arrogance and arguing
ENTJ~ Hyper critical
ENFP~ Can’t stop smiling more than usual
ENFJ~ They will act like perfection itself before you
ESTP~ Awkward
ESTJ~ Ultra listener and attentive
ESFP~ Make complete fools of themselves, in a cute…

Anonymous asked:
I am so angry about that article. I am studying makeup artistry in school and it just ercks me when people make rude comments about liking or wearing makeup! it pisses me off that some people think makeup is only worn to attract when it is so much. So what if a young girl wears makeup if this is what makes HER HAPPY let her be. there is nothing wrong with wanting to be beautiful and wanting to wear nice makeup as long as you accept yourself for how you are it shouldn't matter

notforthetoweringdead:

"If more girls wanted to be scientists, there would be more female scientists"

*takes a deep breath* WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY THAT ACTIVELY DISCOURAGES FEMALE INTELLIGENCE BY PAINTING IT AS A NON FEMININE TRAIT AND SETS UP MALES TO BE IN POSITIONS OF ACADEMIC SUPERIORITY DESPITE THERE BEING NO CORRELATION BETWEEN GENDER AND ACADEMIC ABILITY thank you for your time

anglelica:

corneliusdawgiusmaximus:

febricant:

SHIA LEBEOUF LIVE

THIS IS NOT A DRILL

WATCH IT ALL JUST DO IT

HONESLTY

Anonymous asked:
could voldemort have turned out differently if dumbledore approached him differently?

simplypotterheads:

My thoughts just sort of poured out here so bear with me if things are worded poorly. Also keep in mind this is my opinion, nothing more:

I think about this all the time, because I feel like no one ever gave Voldemort a chance to be anything other than the villain. Like there is such a difference in the way Harry was handled and the way Tom Riddle was handled once they ended up at Hogwarts. Dumbledore regarded Tom suspiciously and treated him as guilty right off the bat, whereas Harry was treated pretty gently (outside of Snape). That affects a kid. If your words and actions constantly tell a kid “You’re bad, you’re bad, you’re bad”, they can internalize that and their self-worth and how they view themself can become warped. True, Tom was already showing signs of being dangerous, but let’s not pretend like that’s not reversible. Contrary to popular belief, Voldemort was not incapable of love. Instead, he refused to view the emotion as valid. And why should he view it as valid? It was an emotion no one ever afforded him, so it must not be important. I think it’s pretty sucky that Dumbledore knew to an extent what was going on with Tom and didn’t try to reach out to him. I also think it’s a huge a reason why he DID reach out to Harry, because he understood he made the mistake of not doing that once, to horrible consequences.

For the record, I don’t think any of this excuses Voldemort’s actions as an adult.  At some point, you have to shoulder the responsibility of your choices and try to better yourself so you don’t continue the cycle of neglect. Which we all know Voldemort did not choose to do. And I also accept the possibility he could have turned out just as awful had Dumbledore reached out, but we’ll never know because even at 11, he saw Tom as a criminal to be controlled, and not a child to be better guided.

-Ashley