pentecost:

moopdrea:

oiliest:

tooly

i am king

hail tooly

thechamberofsecrets:

have u ever quoted spongebob to someone and they didnt get it and they just looked at u and u felt like everything was pointless

If you ever had a pet for a long period of time, especially from “babyhood” to its old age, you look back and realize how much it has gone through with you. I look at pictures of me growing up and see my first cat at every milestone. There I am as a preschooler pushing him around in a doll carriage. Then I am in fifth grade and we are playing out in the snow. And there is one of the last pictures of us together—me, a gangly teenager in junior high, holding him in my backyard. He wasn’t Lassie—he never rescued me from a well or found me when I was lost. But he didn’t have to be. He never had to do anything extraordinary to make an impact on my life except share it with me.
IMDB user holly-rock

never did i ever think an imdb comment would warm my heart enough to make me cry

effington:

I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say this is my favorite tweet in the history of the medium

lickitungrapunxel:

noddin my head like yeah 

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movin my hips like yeah 

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coffinbabe:

can we just take a moment to appreciate this

emblazonet:

"The long road hurried to nowhere and had no end. … It rushed the unicorn along, tugging at her feet like the tide, fretting at her, never letting her be quiet and listen to the air, as she was used to do. …Time had always passed her by in her forest, but now it was she who passed through time as she travelled."

~ Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn