I'm just here for the porn
caperclaw:

ralphthemouth:

lady—hulk:

It just keeps…… getting. …. better


#idek what to tag this as#other than it’s the greatest thing i’ve ever seen in my life
kogumarecord:

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Dayman
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rectumofglory:

catbotherer:

fegeleh:

ashkenazi-autie:

hckleinman:

ashkenazi-autie:

I’m scared of what would happen after they register…

I googled it. Multiple news sources are covering this. This is actually happening. This is terrifying.

My first thought is that this would lead to something bigger. I don’t know if it would be on the scale of the Holocaust, but registering of Jews was an early part of it.

i want to reblog this 1000000000000099999 times im fucking flipping my fucking shit here

after kansas city shooting i fucking like didnt sleep and now this and i feel like fucking harry potter when theyre all like figuring out voldemorts coming back “it feels like it did before…HE’S back”

except antisemitism never left, it never disappeared

i duno how to handle this fear and these fucking horrible feelings and the fear and anxiety and

fucking no no no no no 

this is so terrifying what the fuck ugh

officialbarack:

what the fuck is this

mrhaliboot:

frozendailydose:

goldannaple:

keyblade-assassin:

don’t click play.

What the….

but why

This scene is really powerful because it shows Elsa, a girl who has been shut in and isolated her whole life, finally accepting herself for who she is. I think the animators and song writers did a really good job at making this a really amazing, memorable piece of art.

crablouse:

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corgabe:

emt-monster:

Please reblog if you know anyone who might take party drugs.

Yo some more helpful tips from another EMT!

1) Its illegal for an EMT to report certain personal information to other non-medical professionals. This includes telling friends your address, whether or not you are HIV positive, and telling the cops about drug use. Thats right, EMTs and paramedics can’t tell the police if you took molly or even if you did illegal activity that’s dangerous to others, like drunk driving. We honestly don’t care if you shot up heroin - we just want to make sure you’re ok. 

2) Do some research on the drugs you’re interested in. There are a lot of websites that have extensive information on drugs, like Erowid, which not only tells you the effects (positive and negative) of the drug, but also the duration and the dose from threshold to heavy. 

3) Be careful with some drugs, like MDMA (ecstasy/molly), which is commonly found in a pressed pill form and can be mixed with a lot of other materials. If you’re thinking about taking molly at a party or rave, I suggest getting it from your (hopefully trusted) dealer beforehand. That way you’re getting it from a trusted source and can also check to see if that particular pill is on Ecstasy Data.

And LSD, while not a usual party drug, can sometimes actually be another similar hallucinogen, like the NBOMe series, which are active to the microgram like acid but is 4x more powerful on blotter paper, and taking this much will cause a bad trip. Acid has a slight metallic taste, or no taste at all, while NBOMe is very bitter. 

4) Many drugs (like stimulants, MDMA, and LSD on occasion) can cause hyperthermia, which is super dangerous if you’re in a place like a rave, surrounded by other hot bodies and dancing for hours without taking a drink. Remember to break for water if this is your situation to avoid this, and if you start to feel feverish and under the weather, cool down immediately. 

Be safe and enjoy!

Also look up all drug interactions before taking anything. Combining certain anti-depressants with certain drugs like ecstasy can cause serotonin syndrome, which can be fatal. 

Yeah, guys. The reason paramedics or medical personnel ask you if you took any drugs is NOT to make you feel like shit or report you to the police.

If you took drugs and have to visit a hospital, just be straight up with paramedics because they’ll KNOW how to treat you faster.

Medical personnel take patient confidentiality VERY seriously. I’m not kidding.