Chat 14 Feb 227,490 notes the little 5 year old girl I babysit
  • me: What you do think about the princess marrying another princess?
  • her: Instead of the prince?
  • me: Instead of the prince
  • her: So her daughter would have two mommies?
  • me: Yes
  • her: two princess mommies...
  • me: 
  • her: 
  • me: 
  • her: fabulous
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Photo 14 Feb 5,008 notes saepphire:

❁

saepphire:

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Video 14 Feb 5,235 notes

ohhellokelsey:

My engagement/wedding ring.

The impressive part is that he picked it out all on his own heehee

Text 14 Feb 239,447 notes

martinskey:

[breaks down your door at 3 in the morning] do you wanna build a snowman?

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Photo 11 Feb 11,053 notes 
the rawness up close ➝ krikor jabotian s/s 2013
the rawness up close ➝ krikor jabotian s/s 2013

Photo 11 Feb 4,998 notes did-you-kno:

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Photo 11 Feb 257 notes theatlantic:

The Girl Who Died from Drinking Too Much Soda

Alexa Linboom was five years old when she arrived at the hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee. It was New Year’s Day, 2012. She was blue and paralyzed, rigid in a posture indicative of severe brain damage.
Linboom’s father and stepmother allegedly forced her, District Attorney Berkley Bell told CNN this week, to drink a copious amount of grape soda as punishment.
"I don’t know exactly how much liquid she [subsequently] drank," Bell said, "but there was [sic] 4.5 12-ounce drinks, plus water in between.” The autopsy report says it was 2.4 liters of soda and water over one-to-two hours, after which, according to Bell, "The child was screaming out in pain, … went into a paralyzed state, and became unconscious.” She died in the hospital two days later.
The punishment was allegedly for stealing a grape soda from her stepmother.
Tennessee’s Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office said last week that her death was determined to be homicide by way of acute fluid intoxication. On Friday her parents were charged with first-degree murder, two counts of aggravated child neglect, and aggravated child abuse.
Read more. [Image: trekkyandy/flickr]

theatlantic:

The Girl Who Died from Drinking Too Much Soda

Alexa Linboom was five years old when she arrived at the hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee. It was New Year’s Day, 2012. She was blue and paralyzed, rigid in a posture indicative of severe brain damage.

Linboom’s father and stepmother allegedly forced her, District Attorney Berkley Bell told CNN this week, to drink a copious amount of grape soda as punishment.

"I don’t know exactly how much liquid she [subsequently] drank," Bell said, "but there was [sic] 4.5 12-ounce drinks, plus water in between.” The autopsy report says it was 2.4 liters of soda and water over one-to-two hours, after which, according to Bell, "The child was screaming out in pain, … went into a paralyzed state, and became unconscious.” She died in the hospital two days later.

The punishment was allegedly for stealing a grape soda from her stepmother.

Tennessee’s Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office said last week that her death was determined to be homicide by way of acute fluid intoxication. On Friday her parents were charged with first-degree murder, two counts of aggravated child neglect, and aggravated child abuse.

Read more. [Image: trekkyandy/flickr]

Text 11 Feb 93,322 notes

catch-thecumbersnitch:

catch-thecumbersnitch:

today I wore my Deathly Hallows necklace to school and someone asked me “isn’t that the deathly holocaust symbol”

yes

Harry Potter and the Third Reich: Book Eight

update: i was just asked if i’m wearing this to identify as a member of the illuminati

Video 11 Feb 465 notes

shoelust:

Visvim Presentation at NYFW

via SHOELUST.

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