the-child-of-a-marsgod:

Shannon and his little friend x

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notpetewentz:

frank singing with reggie and the full effect 1/26/14 (x)

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vallaton:

tumblerissa suomalaiset on yks paleltunu marttakerho pimeessä nurkassaa

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linkin-lake:

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troyesivan:

ARE YOU READY TO FUCKING FLY

I will always try and reblog this.

My mom is a flight attendant and I can confirm this is 100% true when they have an empty flight, the crazy ones even go “cart surfing” which is where they get the pilot the go down a bit until they get on top of the beverage cart, then the get him to pull up and they go flying down the aisle until they hit a chair and fly off.

my friend is training to become an air hostess and her lecturer told her about cart surfing and gave at least 30 examples of when it’s happened, so i too can back this up

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lordoftheinternet:

i’m glad the shit that lives in the ocean lacks the ability to leave the ocean because most of it is scary as fuck

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Anonymous said: You ought to donate some of the money that the tfios movie makes to cancer charities

fishingboatproceeds:

I’ve been getting this question a lot, and I definitely understand it.

First off, Sarah and I do donate both to organizations that fund cancer research and to organizations that support people living with cancer in other ways, and we’ll continue to do so.

Our personal giving is focused on organizations fighting global poverty, childhood illness, and gender inequality, but we do donate to cancer-related charities.

But it’s important to understand that I do not get money from ticket sales of The Fault in Our Stars movie. (This is true for almost all authors, and it’s okay with me, because I did not make the movie.) I was paid for the movie rights when filming began, and I’d get a bonus if the movie did amazingly well, but I don’t get a percentage of ticket sales or anything. 

So just to be clear, I am not promoting the TIOS movie because I’ll make money if it does well; I’m promoting it because I genuinely love it and am very proud of the people who made it. 

Sarah and I are committed to what Hank calls “secular tithing,” in which we donate a consistent percentage of our income to nonprofit organizations. That will continue, but we do that giving privately.

frank shot by justin borucki.

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What do you mean my summerclothes won’t fit me anymore?Those shorts just cant handle my fabulous ass