Kill the idea that naivety is an unforgivable flaw but cynicism is just wisdom, murder it, chop it up and serve it for dinner, I don’t care, just end this bullshit idea that it’s better to hate than to love and better to rot in miserable bitter resignation than to hope for the best.
dude, why are you wearing a table.
fun fact: if you tell someone to kill themselves it’s considered encouraging suicide and you can get a fine of $25,000 and 10+ years in prison. if they actually commit you can be charged with manslaughter.
so really it’s in your best interest not to be a cunt.
This needs to be shared
i was born in the right decade. the decade of the selfie and googling the answers to hard problems.
THIS FRIGGIN PART
Everybody always focuses on Junko’s response (which is incredibly painful, I know), but I also want to point something out that really got me.
Those ribbons are all that Homura has left of Madoka. Madoka gave them to her to symbolize their promise, that Homura won’t forget Madoka and that they’ll meet again someday. But as soon as Junko, Madoka’s mother (or rather, the woman who would be Madoka’s mother if Madoka still existed), points out the ribbons, Homura offers them to her. Without a single moment’s hesitation and with a smile on her face.
She was willing to give up her most cherished possession so that Junko would have just a little piece of Madoka with her. And that makes me want to cry.
if someday we all go to prison for downloading music i hope they have the mercy to split us by genre
science side of tumblr? explain?
levitate egg sackiatoo
yeah okay thanks hp fandom
the burning candle uses up all the oxygen in the bottle, which creates and a vacuum, and the resulting suction makes the egg go nyooom.
Thank you science side
happy birthday to me, me, me and my brother
wow i cant draw