Kara. Sixteen year old. Female.

I like to crochet and indie rpgs and musicals and tv shows or something.

(Source: teflonly)


Get To Know Me Meme: [5/5] Favorite Male Characters 
— Topher Brink (Dollhouse)

(Source: frderickchilton)

…the one person guaranteed to reject everything you are. That’s real love.

(Source: clairesaunders)


So, I watched Pushing Daisies

(Source: jalnique)


sharonagent13carter asked jake peralta or captain holt

charlienight sent: also as a slight aside can i jump on this playlist bandwagon

Carrying the Banner- Newsies 

Honey, Honey- Mamma Mia 

A Rumor in St. Petersburg- Anastasia

Revolting Children- Matilda 

Live in Living Color- Catch Me if You Can

One Normal Night- the Addams Family 

Totally Fucked- Spring Awakening 

Tango: Maureen- Rent 

Egg, Nest, and Tree- Suessical 


internet celebrity culture has the power to grant essentially any person a direct position of power and influence over young and impressionable people, with no filter in between.

it can be taken advantage of on a whim with little friction, both actively by people who actively plan and endeavor to take advantage of people, as well as passively by people whose intentions may be less overtly sinister but who show reckless and irresponsible negligence toward understanding and policing their own actions.

if you do or have ever had any place in internet celebrity culture, it is a necessity that you fully understand the implications of it. it is your responsibility not only to hold others in your circles and community accountable for their actions, but to look inward and understand how it affects you and how to detect and address warning signs in yourself before anyone else has to.

this has gotten to the point where everyone in these communities needs to be engaged personally in the conversation, both internally and externally. the level of tolerance for this shit by community figures needs to drop off the map and the conversation needs to be visible.


u know when u really like someone and literally every little thing they do is cute and no matter what face they make they always look perfect to you



A flexible rapier made during the 19th century in Toledo, Spain.

I’d wear it as a crown and slit the throat of any man who tried to touch me.