Photo 22 Aug 40 notes whatistrueforme:

jramonap:

t3hsiggy:

Hi followers!
How are you all doing today? I was feeling sad so I put on a smile because I enjoy my smile and how genuine it has become through transitioning.
Hopefully it can help you out if you are feeling sad, or boost you higher if things are great, because I love and appreciate every single one of you who lets me post my silly selfies and other stuff onto your dashboards.
Have a wonderful day, all of you!

You’re so cute! We love you :)

What a fantastic smile!!!

whatistrueforme:

jramonap:

t3hsiggy:

Hi followers!

How are you all doing today? I was feeling sad so I put on a smile because I enjoy my smile and how genuine it has become through transitioning.

Hopefully it can help you out if you are feeling sad, or boost you higher if things are great, because I love and appreciate every single one of you who lets me post my silly selfies and other stuff onto your dashboards.

Have a wonderful day, all of you!

You’re so cute! We love you :)

What a fantastic smile!!!

Photo 22 Aug 446 notes oldwildflowers:

This is one of the few stories that can be traced back to a real person, including the more frightening details. In Koppel, Pennsylvania, it became common to see a horribly disfigured man walking down the darkened streets at night. He was given the name Charlie No-Face, or Green Man, and everyone had their own story of sighting him. That’s because he was 100 percent real. Born Raymond Robinson in 1910, at the age of eight he was trying to view a bird’s nest on Morado Bridge when there was an accident. He touched a power line, which electrocuted him, causing horrific facial injuries that never properly healed. Because his appearance tended to cause panic and make babies cry, he spent most of his 74 years hiding out in his home with his family. But at night he would make the streets his own, taking long walks when people were less likely to see him. Obviously, this didn’t work all the time. Hence he became a living urban legend in his town, where some people used to drive around all night hoping to catch a glimpse.

oldwildflowers:

This is one of the few stories that can be traced back to a real person, including the more frightening details. In Koppel, Pennsylvania, it became common to see a horribly disfigured man walking down the darkened streets at night. He was given the name Charlie No-Face, or Green Man, and everyone had their own story of sighting him.

That’s because he was 100 percent real. Born Raymond Robinson in 1910, at the age of eight he was trying to view a bird’s nest on Morado Bridge when there was an accident. He touched a power line, which electrocuted him, causing horrific facial injuries that never properly healed.

Because his appearance tended to cause panic and make babies cry, he spent most of his 74 years hiding out in his home with his family. But at night he would make the streets his own, taking long walks when people were less likely to see him.

Obviously, this didn’t work all the time. Hence he became a living urban legend in his town, where some people used to drive around all night hoping to catch a glimpse.

Photo 22 Aug 19,668 notes whatistrueforme:

theladybadass:

Pam Grier in 1975 film, Sheba, Baby

I believe this woman was my first CRUSH.  Foxy Brown!!! OMG

whatistrueforme:

theladybadass:

Pam Grier in 1975 film, Sheba, Baby

I believe this woman was my first CRUSH.  Foxy Brown!!! OMG

Video 22 Aug 50,786 notes

thebeardwholived:

darthheretic:greenzeldy:tattsandcats123:

Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

(Source: child-of-thecosmos)

Video 22 Aug 737,009 notes

colbaltdrg:

mewiet:

retrogradeworks:

I love to see children who are so delicate and gentle with animals.  It warms my heart amidst a sea of brats pulling cats’ tails and getting whacked.

Also JESUS THAT’S A SNUGGLY CHICKEN.

I love how she reaches up on her tippy toes to snuggle into his shoulder.

To be more exact, that’s a hen. Which is the female. This is likely not his first encounter with her. My grandpa had chickens and hens, and if you visit them frequently like this they develop affection to you. I would know, because I sat in the chicken coop alot. The hens get a small maternal kick, and come to cuddle you because she wants to keep you warm, like she would do with her chicks. This means the boy has spent alot of time with her, and that just makes it more heart warming.

(Source: hannahbowl)

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Video 22 Aug 30 notes

squidandpig:

Trent Lane

via Squid&Pig.
Text 22 Aug 438 notes

health-gasm:

Body acceptance is about all bodies…not just body types like yours. It’s also not bringing one down just to lift another up. 

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'Back to the Future' Makeup Aging vs. Reality [tiwuno]

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