I’m here cause Ashlee is :3


Its my birthday :3

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So, I got Tumblr…. about 2 months now, I rarely actually go on it, but I’m looking through it now thinking ”Why are all these people depressed?”
And then I think to myself; “Look at all those likes…. or hearts or what ever you call it”. There is loads. So, are people just sharing these, because not everybody is so suicidal. It’s a proven fact, that teenagers always think their lives are terrible, and wanting to fit in somewhere, To be noticed. So, are all these suicide retweets or whatever, just an attention thing? I mean, surely if you were, you wouldn’t go to a website about it, where anybody can ask you questions, you’d go to someone like a parent that can help.
"Ohh but my parents hate me". That’s bull shite… most of the time. Some people do get beaten by their parents. But that’s not what all these Tumbles are talking about. Your parents love you. Now put this into perspective. Your mother, has known you longer than anybody on this planet, 9 months longer. You grew to what you are today through her, and when you came out from the womb, a physical connection was broken, but not an emotional one. Yes, you argue with your parents, every teenager does, because we get treated like kids and expected to act like adults. But, you will always still have that emotional bond with your Mother.
So just keep that in mind when your sharing that photo, I wrote this on Tumblr, because apparently word gets around on here, so I have seen, I just want to say, why? Why do you want all that? It’s not clever, it’s not cool, it’s just… one word i can describe it, idiotic. 
You, who do that, are honestly idiotic.  


Bert found his socks!   What a great Monday.

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So, I’ve got tumblr, I’ve got a theme I like, for now, not that many followers, so what do I do? What do I post, nobody really cares about my insights, just hipsters and glitter lips… and I’m none of those, I’m just, simple. So what should I do?

its one of those 3d things i have heard so much about

its one of those 3d things i have heard so much about

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"filming Fred’s death was actually pretty easy. On the day we filmed I knew it was gonna happen so every time I saw James I would get really sad. When we went to film it they had James lay down on the stretcher and just wait until the rest of the cast got there. I took one look at James on the stretcher and burst into tears. I can’t even imagine how it would feel to lose him. We have done everything together since birth and to see my brother laying down on a stretcher pretending to be dead just killed me inside. After James got up and I gave him a huge hug. David said you did great, it was very believable. Then I told him I just thought of it as me and James not Fred and George."


Oliver Phelps on his brother’s death scene as Fred in The Deathly Hallows

Maximum feelage

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One of those movies with a collection of ‘those guys that were in that movie, not the main character, no, the other one’ that are less funny, and middle aged. They want to make a joke about that, and acting as if they were middle classed americans, but there the ones driving to the grammies in their mid life crisis lamborghinis.


So let me get this straight, there is a hospital in this world that has a heart and a surgeon ready to go, the only thing they’re waiting for is to get enough Facebook photo shares to proceed with life-saving surgery on a baby? I’m no expert on organ donation, but I’m pretty sure this is NOT how it works.