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The name is Rebecca. I'm 20. Majoring in photography at Purdue University. This is just stuff I like, rants/thoughts, and pictures I take with my phone. If you want to send me anything-an ask, a message, whatever-don't be afraid to.
people:so do you like band
me:no I hate it
people:then why are you in it
me:because I love it
14 minutes ago
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beelzeburg:

This is… not any less creepy in daylight

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19 minutes ago
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miss-strange:

fuckyeahawesomehouses:

More Bookshelves Hiding Secret Rooms

Because there’s a magical world behind books😍

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11 hours ago
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demons-diamonds-djs:

carogables:

The only real life ship that ever matters

Harry ships them so hard you just know it

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alapoet:

the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

alapoet:

the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

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19 minutes ago
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lizthefangirl:

xibalbadance:

Mother fuckin’ Jim Carrey

i have searched

for this gifset

for all eternity

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gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)

gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)

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11 hours ago
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zombiesateashley:

sullibration:

favorite ones

the keep the receipt. fr thooooo

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11 hours ago
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