cupcake-kaylee:

franklyitsscarlett:

nevver:

Life with a Toddler

THIS IS SO ACCURATE IT HURTS!

Forever reblogging

cupcake-kaylee:

dragon-in-a-fez:

sassykardashian:

IF YOU EVER GET IN A FIGHT WITH YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHER JUST BREATHE IN THE HELIUM OUT OF A BALLOON AND HAVE AN ARGUMENT AND THE FIRST ONE TO LAUGH LOSES

you just put every marriage counsellor out of business

Nate!!!

The cast of Scandal needs to make their big speeches with helium in their lungs.

cupcake-kaylee:

midwestprepster:

nitelights-and-my-pillows:

perks-of-being-sian:

this is the best thing since sliced bread I’m not kidding

This is great

This is why Novak is my favorite tennis player

Cute!

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I DON’T CARE HOW MANY TIMES I’VE REBLOGGED THIS IT WILL NEVER END

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4gifs:

Yoink. [video]

For Kaylee, I miss Lily

4gifs:

Yoink. [video]

For Kaylee, I miss Lily

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ladiesagainsthumanity:

Fuck you right in the eye, Hobby Lobby. Right in the motherfuckin’ eye.

ladiesagainsthumanity:

Fuck you right in the eye, Hobby Lobby. Right in the motherfuckin’ eye.

darwinawards:

Good Guys Celebrate New Georgia Gun Law by almost Shooting Each Other

Two legally armed Georgia men made good use of the state’s open-carry law on its first day of implementation by starting a gun-rights pissing match in a convenience store, challenging each other’s authority, and occasioning a drawdown and an arrest.

"Essentially, it involved one customer with a gun on his hip when a second customer entered with a gun on his hip," Police Chief Brian Childress told the Valdosta Daily Times:

A man carrying a holstered firearm entered the store to make a purchase. Another customer, also with a holstered firearm, approached him and demanded to see his identification and firearms license, according to the Valdosta Police Department report:

The customer making demands for ID pulled his firearm from its holster but never pointed it at the other customer, who said he was not obligated to show any permits or identification.

He demanded the man’s ID again. Undeterred by the drawn gun, the man paid for his items, left the store and called for police.

On arriving, cops arrested the more standy-groundy of the two Second Amendment Men, pointing out that under the new law no one—not the cops, and certainly not a random good guy with a gun—can demand proof of licensing from any other armed citizen.

Of course, no one could have foreseen these sorts of complications arising out of the expansion of gun-carry laws. No one. At all.

You leftist gun grabbers, see what they did there? This story was a prime example of how we need more lenient gun control. The more people who have guns, the more the crazies, or people who just can’t deal with their issues will think twice about killing anyone. Even more so citizens will want to stop gun violence with their own open carry guns. 
This story is proof that…OH WAIT, THERE WAS AN ISSUE BECAUSE OF GUNS. THIS ARRESTED INDIVIDUAL WAS ARRESTED BECAUSE HE WAS DISTURBING THE PEACE AND BRANDISHED HIS WEAPON. THE OTHER GUY WITH THE OTHER GUN CALLED THE POLICE AND DIDN’T TAKE CARE OF IT HIMSELF, WITH HIS GUN. 

Please, explain to me how more guns are going to prevent more gun violence. It is very fortunate that this issue was not as violent as it could have been.

darwinawards:

Good Guys Celebrate New Georgia Gun Law by almost Shooting Each Other

Two legally armed Georgia men made good use of the state’s open-carry law on its first day of implementation by starting a gun-rights pissing match in a convenience store, challenging each other’s authority, and occasioning a drawdown and an arrest.

"Essentially, it involved one customer with a gun on his hip when a second customer entered with a gun on his hip," Police Chief Brian Childress told the Valdosta Daily Times:

A man carrying a holstered firearm entered the store to make a purchase. Another customer, also with a holstered firearm, approached him and demanded to see his identification and firearms license, according to the Valdosta Police Department report:

The customer making demands for ID pulled his firearm from its holster but never pointed it at the other customer, who said he was not obligated to show any permits or identification.

He demanded the man’s ID again. Undeterred by the drawn gun, the man paid for his items, left the store and called for police.

On arriving, cops arrested the more standy-groundy of the two Second Amendment Men, pointing out that under the new law no one—not the cops, and certainly not a random good guy with a gun—can demand proof of licensing from any other armed citizen.

Of course, no one could have foreseen these sorts of complications arising out of the expansion of gun-carry laws. No one. At all.

You leftist gun grabbers, see what they did there? This story was a prime example of how we need more lenient gun control. The more people who have guns, the more the crazies, or people who just can’t deal with their issues will think twice about killing anyone. Even more so citizens will want to stop gun violence with their own open carry guns. This story is proof that…OH WAIT, THERE WAS AN ISSUE BECAUSE OF GUNS. THIS ARRESTED INDIVIDUAL WAS ARRESTED BECAUSE HE WAS DISTURBING THE PEACE AND BRANDISHED HIS WEAPON. THE OTHER GUY WITH THE OTHER GUN CALLED THE POLICE AND DIDN’T TAKE CARE OF IT HIMSELF, WITH HIS GUN. Please, explain to me how more guns are going to prevent more gun violence. It is very fortunate that this issue was not as violent as it could have been.

(Source: Gawker)