Barefoot on the Moon!

Danielle. 23. Colorado. Maker of gifs, graphics, and bad puns. I'm an obnoxious little shit who reblogs whatever the hell strikes my fancy. I share the same birthday as Sam Winchester, but sadly, do not have his luscious locks. I get my kicks out of making angsty gifsets, mostly Sherlock crossovers with a bit of this and that thrown in between. ...This started out as a sketch blog. I got distracted. |
~ Wednesday, April 16 ~
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thatsmallbluebox:

my dad kicked my brother out of the house for a week because of this stupid game

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swimminghomosubtitles:

No one ever does, Rin.

swimminghomosubtitles:

No one ever does, Rin.

Tags: Please tell me you're going to appeal to my queuemanity
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look-anew-url-again:

I was watching this like “I am so fucking done with this website” AND THEN IT WAS STEPHEN COLBERT

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thekoontzy:

theadventuresofpam:

WHY AREN’T AMERICAN BUS STOPS THIS COOL

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little-yogi:

It’s a cute little thing though.


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It’s very fun to be a bad guy.

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lehanan-aida:

bootyexpress:

THE LAST ONE

Oh my god… this is actually pretty creepy. No, really, it is e___e

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~ Tuesday, April 15 ~
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Trauma impels people both to withdraw from close relationships and to seek them desperately. The profound disruption in basic trust, the common feelings of shame, guilt, and inferiority, and the need to avoid reminders of the trauma that might be found in social life, all foster withdrawal from close relationships. But the terror of the traumatic event intensifies the need for protective attachments. The traumatized person therefore frequently alternates between isolation and anxious clinging to others. […] It results in the formation of intense, unstable relationships that fluctuate between extremes.
— Judith Herman in Trauma and Recovery (via aloegoo)

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Tags: Just gonna file this away under quotes that are totally relevant to my life because holy shit I've never heard this described so perfectly before
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