ray is fUCKING KILLING ME in this let’s play

"sorry peurto rico!" "they’re not part of this game" "you take that back, ryan."

"GOD i suck. i bet somebody could’ve made that kick in two less redstone"

my stomach actually hurts from laughing


fork-of-lies asked: "If you had the time to cosplay, who would you cosplay?"

thelindsaytuggey:

Oh, man. Everything! I’ve always wanted to cosplay Malon, that’s my top choice!


taynarvaezjr:

[VIBRATES IN EXCITEMENT]
JUGGEY WEDDING

taynarvaezjr:

[VIBRATES IN EXCITEMENT]

JUGGEY WEDDING


if the way we handled the move was any indication, this fandom’s gonna be a goddamn shitshow when lindsay and michael get married


Sun whipping out Ruyi Bang and Jingu Bang


geoff walks into the club like [x]


"That was fucking incredible.” - Things To Do in GTA V: Fast Cash


let’s play a fun quiz, tumblr

why did i just squeal into my hands? was it:

  1. because lindsay and michael get to look at each other all day
  2. no seriously look at this twitter post
  3. they’re so fucking cute i’m gonna go puke up some rainbows
  4. all of the above

ilanawexler:

The Cast Talks Triplets | Saperstein Twins


ryan wearing an RT t-shirt on the patch

yes ryan, yessss

i hope this is just the beginning


awkward-lee:

Every year Geoff Ramsey takes me horseback riding for my birthday. This year they made us wear helmets. (x)



#here's the thing okay #we need to talk about human trafficking #we need to talk about it a hell of a lot more #and then we need to keep talking about it #i think human trafficking gets ignored a lot by people because either they're not sure what it means #or they think it's a ''foreign issue'' that they don't have to deal with #and it makes me want to scream off the rooftops #HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS A HUGE ISSUE #HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS NOT GETTING BETTER IT'S GETTING WORSE #IT'S GETTING SO MUCH WORSE #HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS HAPPENING IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD #IT'S PROBABLY HAPPENING IN YOUR CITY #human trafficking is SLAVERY #it is EXPLOITING PEOPLE FOR PROFIT #the people targetted for it are THE MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLE in our societies #human trafficking is MOVING AND SELLING PEOPLE for forced labour and for the sex trade #11.8 million children in the world are effected by it #people are brought over to places like the states and canada with the promise of a better life #once they're here they have no control #they can't speak the language they have no ID or papers they have no status they're afraid of the police #so they're completely powerless #and they're abused horrifically #the vast majority are people who are made vulnerable by our society: #women and children #in canada young aboriginal girls make up maybe 3% of the population but 90% of the visible sex trade in some cities #a lot of times victims of human trafficking can't self-identify simply because they aren't AWARE #like this infographic says: there are 27 MILLION SLAVES IN THE WORLD TODAY which is FAR MORE than the overall count during the slave trade #THIS IS A RISING ISSUE. IT IS GETTING WORSE. #IT IS THE SECOND BIGGEST CRIMINAL INDUSTRY AFTER DRUG TRADE #and it's happening in your backyard

mruff1122:

@robertdowneyJr Bros.

#THE LAST THING WE NEED IS FOR RDJ TO BECOME MORE SELF AWARE THAN HE ALREADY IS

mruff1122:

@robertdowneyJr Bros.


llongwayfromhome:

ZACHARY QUINTO: “I HAVE A DIFFERENT JOURNEY”

Mr. Quinto, are you a religious person?
I grew up Catholic and my mom remains to this day really motivated by her religion. I ascribed to that through high school and I was pretty active, but when I had the ability to make my own decisions, I realized that I would rather explore a sense of being spiritual than religious and that started to clarify for me through college.
Looking back would you say that it was beneficial for you to be at least exposed to religion at a young age?
I think it’s important to have an awareness from a young age of what people grasp onto in order to feel some sense of foundation in their lives. Because if you don’t have that, then I think you’re potentially more likely to grab onto other things that are just distractions. At least if you have that seed that’s planted, you can allow it to grow for yourself. My dad died when I was young and I think that also enhanced my awareness of spirituality.
Because you start to think with more perspective when you lose somebody so close to you?
Exactly. When you lose a parent or you have a trauma at a young age, I think it’s inevitable that you’re going to think bigger and deeper than you would otherwise. But I think my mom was always a little disappointed that I wasn’t more moved to Catholicism, that I didn’t absorb that path.
But the church is a difficult, very judgmental organization.
It just seems so counterintuitive that any organization that predicates itself on the teachings of Jesus would be so aggressively exclusive of people or judgmental or hateful towards people in certain ways. And then all of the underlying hypocrisy and straight-up scandalous scenarios that are rampant in the church, it just feels really un-integrated. And I want to be an integrated person. I do think that I can draw on my exposure to those teachings when I was younger to some extent, but there are just too many discrepancies that I can’t reconcile for myself. And I’m not interested in it. I’d rather pursue my own path.
Is that how you ended up going on a spiritual retreat to Peru? I know a lot of people who have gone there to take ayahuasca in a traditional ceremony under the guidance of a shaman and have had life-changing spiritual experiences.
Yeah, friends that had been to Peru told me their stories and I was at a place where I wanted to dig deeper in my own experience, so I started to do a lot of research and I ended up there basically by researching a place that felt both safe and in line with what I wanted to tackle in myself.
Did you go by yourself?
Yes and I had an incredible time. It feels to me like the kind of thing that, once you engage it and realize what is possible, it feels like a through-line for me. I want to revisit it, I want to go back.

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llongwayfromhome:

ZACHARY QUINTO: “I HAVE A DIFFERENT JOURNEY”

Mr. Quinto, are you a religious person?

I grew up Catholic and my mom remains to this day really motivated by her religion. I ascribed to that through high school and I was pretty active, but when I had the ability to make my own decisions, I realized that I would rather explore a sense of being spiritual than religious and that started to clarify for me through college.

Looking back would you say that it was beneficial for you to be at least exposed to religion at a young age?

I think it’s important to have an awareness from a young age of what people grasp onto in order to feel some sense of foundation in their lives. Because if you don’t have that, then I think you’re potentially more likely to grab onto other things that are just distractions. At least if you have that seed that’s planted, you can allow it to grow for yourself. My dad died when I was young and I think that also enhanced my awareness of spirituality.

Because you start to think with more perspective when you lose somebody so close to you?

Exactly. When you lose a parent or you have a trauma at a young age, I think it’s inevitable that you’re going to think bigger and deeper than you would otherwise. But I think my mom was always a little disappointed that I wasn’t more moved to Catholicism, that I didn’t absorb that path.

But the church is a difficult, very judgmental organization.

It just seems so counterintuitive that any organization that predicates itself on the teachings of Jesus would be so aggressively exclusive of people or judgmental or hateful towards people in certain ways. And then all of the underlying hypocrisy and straight-up scandalous scenarios that are rampant in the church, it just feels really un-integrated. And I want to be an integrated person. I do think that I can draw on my exposure to those teachings when I was younger to some extent, but there are just too many discrepancies that I can’t reconcile for myself. And I’m not interested in it. I’d rather pursue my own path.

Is that how you ended up going on a spiritual retreat to Peru? I know a lot of people who have gone there to take ayahuasca in a traditional ceremony under the guidance of a shaman and have had life-changing spiritual experiences.

Yeah, friends that had been to Peru told me their stories and I was at a place where I wanted to dig deeper in my own experience, so I started to do a lot of research and I ended up there basically by researching a place that felt both safe and in line with what I wanted to tackle in myself.

Did you go by yourself?

Yes and I had an incredible time. It feels to me like the kind of thing that, once you engage it and realize what is possible, it feels like a through-line for me. I want to revisit it, I want to go back.

Read More