i’ve reblogged this like three times and i still have no idea what the fuck is going on
is this what happens when actors try to leave disney
13 hours ago 299,781 notes
i reblogged this before but we actually started playing this game and it has resulted in spilled drinks, flying cigarettes, and friends getting hit in the gut with 5lb crystal balls
it is fantastic
1 day ago 274,526 notes
um pardon the selfies r’ us nature of this post feat. bathroom storage, but GUYS, MY HAIR, LOOK! I CURLED IT AND I ONLY BURNED MY NECK ONCE! I never do my hair so I’m proud, ok.
I had a grad party tonight for my measly AA degree I’ve had since december but finally walked for this week and only one of my friends (who wasn’t a family friend or family member) showed up. not that I wasn’t stoked to see everyone else, but I invited a crapton of people and at least 4 others were no-shows so…. man. and then I was a terrible host and spent most of the time talking to that one friend who did come. oops. how was your saturday night?
theres nothing about this picture that I don’t like
3 days ago 45,882 notes
Mr Takei, I would marry you in a heart beat
3 days ago 69,833 notes
A Trip to Salvation Mountain
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If you ever visit Niland, California, a desert town of just over 1,000 people in the southeasternmost corner of the state, you’re sure to find Salvation Mountain. The giant, bright relgious tribute is made of over 100,000 gallons of paint and stands 50 feet tall by 150 feet in breadth. Artist Leonard Knight started building the mountain in the 1980s and lived there for 30 years, passing days adding to and caring for his life’s work.
Since Knight, now 82, entered into a long-term care facility in late 2011, concern has been raised for the future of the site. Without constant upkeep, the harsh environment can quickly erode the fragile mountain made of clay and paint. Learn more about the fight to save Salvation Mountain here.
man, I’ve always wanted to go there.
3 days ago 1,750 notes