September302014
sionic1:

this gets me everytime

sionic1:

this gets me everytime

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3PM

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2PM

arcanda:

as-far-as-it-takes:

thisfreemind:

Emma tasted the forbidden fruit

The. Best.

Oh my god.
Oh my God.

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12PM

better-than-kanye-bitchh:

when you get into a fight with your mom and your dad doesn’t take your side

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10AM

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8AM

iamsmallcat:

the last one killed me

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8AM

lanamparrillas:

3.22/4.01

8AM

paigeflip:

riddlemehiddleston:

saltwaterandink:

lesb1an:

He is cute as shit

Kids React To: The sudden realization of their own mortality

I literally remember doing this as a kid

^ cried myself to sleep for like 3 months after I figured out id die at some point.

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7AM
vancity604778kid:

ultrafacts:

She started to talk to him about his interests and her kidnapper began to view her as a person he could trust. Eventually, he declared that he was in love with her. After 10 days of captivity, he allowed Elizabeth to borrow his cell phone to play games on it. Naturally, when he left, she used it to call her mother.



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This is actually a smart thing to do. If you are ever kidnapped, you should try to humanize yourself & get close to your captors. Do not challenge them, rather try to show them that you are worthy of their respect. If you speak the same language, try to talk with them and exchange information. Learn about them and let them learn about you. Try to relate to them.  Family could be a safe topic depending on the situation. If they see you as a person, your quality of life as a captive and your probability of survival go way up. This creates the reverse-Stockholm Syndrome on them in which they can express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings towards you. Now you might have the opportunity to escape like the girl above did!

vancity604778kid:

ultrafacts:

She started to talk to him about his interests and her kidnapper began to view her as a person he could trust. Eventually, he declared that he was in love with her. After 10 days of captivity, he allowed Elizabeth to borrow his cell phone to play games on it. Naturally, when he left, she used it to call her mother.

Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

This is actually a smart thing to do. If you are ever kidnapped, you should try to humanize yourself & get close to your captors. Do not challenge them, rather try to show them that you are worthy of their respect. If you speak the same language, try to talk with them and exchange information. Learn about them and let them learn about you. Try to relate to them.  Family could be a safe topic depending on the situation. If they see you as a person, your quality of life as a captive and your probability of survival go way up. This creates the reverse-Stockholm Syndrome on them in which they can express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings towards you. Now you might have the opportunity to escape like the girl above did!

(via jingyingggg)

7AM
rftminges:

this is the weirdest job app i’ve ever filled out

rftminges:

this is the weirdest job app i’ve ever filled out

(Source: rftminges, via pointe-zero)

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