Everything bows to sucess, even grammar.

A - Apathetic
B - Belligerent
C - Curious
D - Daring
E - Energetic
F - Feisty
G - Grumpy
H - Honest
I - Imaginative
J - Juvenile
K - Kickass
L - Loony
M - Misunderstood
N - Nocturnal
O - Opportunist
P - Pessimistic
Q - Quirky
R - Rotten
S - Spacey
T - Tough
U - Uncanny
V - Vengeful
W - Wicked
X - Xenogenesis
Y - Youthful
Z - Zealous

Friendship is born at the moment when one person says to another: “What! You too? I thought I was the only one.”

— C.S. Lewis (via psych-facts)

Don't ever hesitate. Reblog this. TUMBLR RULE. When you see it, REBLOG IT.

  • The original post only has US helplines. I've added UK helplines underneath. It would be great if people could add numbers from everywhere in the world.
  • Depression Hotline: 1-630-482-9696
  • Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-8433
  • LifeLine: 1-800-273-8255
  • Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386
  • Sexuality Support: 1-800-246-7743
  • Eating Disorders Hotline: 1-847-831-3438
  • Rape and Sexual Assault: 1-800-656-4673
  • Grief Support: 1-650-321-5272
  • Runaway: 1-800-843-5200, 1-800-843-5678, 1-800-621-4000
  • Exhale: After Abortion Hotline/Pro-Voice: 1-866-4394253
  • Child Abuse: 1-800-422-4453
  • ** UK Helplines:
  • Samaritans (for any problem): 08457909090 e-mail jo@samaritans.org
  • Childline (for anyone under 18 with any problem): 08001111
  • Mind infoline (mental health information): 0300 123 3393 e-mail: info@mind.org.uk
  • Mind legal advice (for people who need mental-health related legal advice): 0300 466 6463 legal@mind.org.uk
  • b-eat eating disorder support: 0845 634 14 14 (only open Mon-Fri 10.30am-8.30pm and Saturday 1pm-4.30pm) e-mail: help@b-eat.co.uk
  • b-eat youthline (for under 25's with eating disorders): 08456347650 (open Mon-Fri 4.30pm - 8.30pm, Saturday 1pm-4.30pm)
  • Cruse Bereavement Care: 08444779400 e-mail: helpline@cruse.org.uk
  • Frank (information and advice on drugs): 0800776600
  • Drinkline: 0800 9178282
  • Rape Crisis England & Wales: 0808 802 9999 1(open 2 - 2.30pm 7 - 9.30pm) e-mail info@rapecrisis.org.uk
  • Rape Crisis Scotland: 08088 01 03 02 every day, 6pm to midnight
littlestgiraffe:

I wanna do this!

I would fall and die painfully

littlestgiraffe:

I wanna do this!

I would fall and die painfully

(Source: )

krystil-with-a-k:

tattoosanddrugs:

itty-bitty-babe:

kingforhermione:

lets-get-drunk-and-gamble:

scarred-mistake:

beanpunk-rockerbath:

This is 19 year old Marie Fowler. Her cancer just returned, and has been declared terminal. She’s already in Hospice Care. Her final wish is to meet Kellin Quinn from Sleeping With Sirens. Please, make it happen. Spread the word. This girl deserves it.

SIGNAL BOOST.

The small amount of notes on this post worries me. 
SIGNAL BOOST. LET’S MAKE THIS HAPPEN.

COME ON GUYS, IF WE CAN GET A FLUFFY CHICKEN FOR SOMEONE WHY NOT THIS

REBLOG THIS OR ELSE

imagine it’s you

imagine it’s you or someone you love

krystil-with-a-k:

tattoosanddrugs:

itty-bitty-babe:

kingforhermione:

lets-get-drunk-and-gamble:

scarred-mistake:

beanpunk-rockerbath:

This is 19 year old Marie Fowler. Her cancer just returned, and has been declared terminal. She’s already in Hospice Care. Her final wish is to meet Kellin Quinn from Sleeping With Sirens. Please, make it happen. Spread the word. This girl deserves it.

SIGNAL BOOST.

The small amount of notes on this post worries me. 

SIGNAL BOOST. LET’S MAKE THIS HAPPEN.

COME ON GUYS, IF WE CAN GET A FLUFFY CHICKEN FOR SOMEONE WHY NOT THIS

REBLOG THIS OR ELSE

imagine it’s you

imagine it’s you or someone you love

(Source: twentyonestewards, via novakimmeh)

lackadaisycats:

sleepmurder:

On the importance of GOOD PHOTOS of shelter pets:

These two precious little kits are at Gaston County Animal Control in Dallas, North Carolina (they are both adoptable). This is a high-intake kill shelter in an impoverished rural area. On some days in spring and early summer, they take in over 40 new animals in a seven-hour period (yesterday intake was 32). They have a few nice SLR cameras and a few ACOs who know how to use them, but with the sheer numbers coming in every day, in addition to all the other jobs the staff is doing, quite often there is just no time to set up a good photo. Most animals will not sit still and must be held by someone, leading to partially-obscured, shadowed, or unnaturally posed animals, and photos are usually taken immediately upon intake, which means inside a small room with no windows or in the box of the AC truck. Not ideal conditions for photography! Not to mention that AC probably smells like hell on earth for 90% of dogs and cats, so even friendly animals who will acclimate quickly are terrified upon arrival.

However, although this shelter is high-intake, most of the employees really do want to see animals get out the front door, and they manage to save way more than they euthanize. They are extremely accommodating to volunteers who want to take photos of the animals, and I went to help out for the first time last Saturday. 

It was so. Much. Fun! I was wrangling the dogs while another girl took photos, so basically I just got jumped on, slobbered all over, and yanked around at the end of a leash, but I loved it. We got some great photos, and of the eleven dogs we took out, nine of them were adopted or rescued, including several who’d been completely overlooked due to bad intake photos. I also got some great photos and videos of cats and kittens lounging and playing that were worlds better than their flash-in-the-face intake photos.

So what I’m saying here is, if you have a decent camera that you know how to use, your local shelter has an online presence, and you want to really and truly help animals, go volunteer! You will quite literally be saving lives just by snapping some photos! DO IT.

Pls signal boost!

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Here are the kittens’ threads if you are local and interested in adopting or fostering:
Black with white feets, #3996, male
Gray tabby, #3997, male


Sorry - I’ll post some actual art here soon.

Meanwhile, I was asked to reblog this and it seemed worthwhile.  Photography is not the first thing that springs to mind when it comes to helping out kill or no-kill shelters, but it makes sense that it could make a difference for a lot of animals if you happen to be pretty good at it and you have a little time to volunteer.