Mrs Worthless

July 22, 2014 3:38 am


if pizza made you skinnier id probably disappear 

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3:36 am

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3:34 am

Whether you come back by page, or by the big screen. Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.

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3:32 am
3:32 am


I don’t even live in Japan but I’m a little freaked out right now.

I didn’t compile this list, I got it from here

Here’s the Tomino’s Hell poem for those of you brave enough to read it out loud.

Also the original Cow’s Head story, which supposedly makes you die from fright is said to have no known copies around. 

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3:27 am
"Books don’t offer real escape, but they can stop a mind scratching itself raw."

David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas (via observando)

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3:25 am

Bang Bang You’re Dead [2002] (x)


Bang Bang You’re Dead [2002] (x)

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3:25 am


Times Tumblr Raised Serious Questions About “Harry Potter”

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July 21, 2014 1:06 pm


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1:04 pm
"Egal, wie ich es beschreiben würde, ich wusste, dass ich nicht in Worte fassen konnte, was ich wirklich fühlte."

Lucian (via summernight—dreams)


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1:03 pm



i think we all know this one person…

The thing that gets me about this isn’t that it’s a skinny girl who says this around her larger friend. I get that. I get that self-esteem issues do not go away just because you’re conventionally attractive. There are a lot of problems regardless of size, many involving eating disorders. What gets me about this is that while I understand it’s usually someone expressing how they view themselves, my friends and relatives who say this don’t realize what a negative impact it has on the self esteem of the people around them. When my much thinner sister complains that she’s fat, I look at her and can’t help but think, “What does she think I look like if her mostly in shape body is fat?” I am literally 40 or fifty pounds heavier than her and not much taller, how gross must I be to her? I have told my sister this and she brushes it off. I get that people are harder on themselves than others, I really do. But it hurts when people say these things about themselves not only because they’re putting down someone I care about, but because they’re putting down someone I consider better than myself. When they put down themselves and I consider them better than me, in my mind this translates to me being even lower than I saw myself before. This is not a healthy way of thinking, but low self esteem overall is NOT healthy. Skinny girls should not be punished for larger girls feelings being hurt. That is the absolute truth. But it still hurts when my beautiful 115lb sister says to me that she’s a fatty who needs to exercise. She may be mostly joking about being fat, but the message she’s sending to me is that as her overweight little sister, I need to get my butt moving if I ever want to like myself.


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2:52 am

It’s getting bad, you weren’t
there again

Wire silences, you trying

to think of something you haven’t
said, at least to me

Me trying to give
the impression it isn’t

getting bad        at least
not yet


Margaret Atwood, excerpt from “Small tactics” from Power Politics (via vertebraiile)

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2:52 am


Watch her when she’s lighting up the night

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