srsfunny:

Poor Guy, His Heart Is Brokenhttp://srsfunny.tumblr.com/

All these straight up hints that I wouldn’t have sex with you and you wouldn’t HEAR it.. Take a Math Class… And learn how to ADD.

srsfunny:

Poor Guy, His Heart Is Broken
http://srsfunny.tumblr.com/

All these straight up hints that I wouldn’t have sex with you and you wouldn’t HEAR it.. Take a Math Class… And learn how to ADD.

thaac-on:

Please take a look and buy some great looking bracelets where donations go directly to Tom’s favorite charities.http://t.co/VxXgF1aUyS

Tom, donate your own capital.
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thaac-on:

Please take a look and buy some great looking bracelets where donations go directly to Tom’s favorite charities.http://t.co/VxXgF1aUyS

Tom, donate your own capital.
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thaac-on:

Please take a look and buy some great looking bracelets where donations go directly to Tom’s favorite charities.
http://t.co/VxXgF1aUyS

Tom, donate your own capital.

srsfunny:

House Stark Approveshttp://srsfunny.tumblr.com/

Shut up, that’s ALL DOGS, IF YOU UNDERSTAND DOGS. f

srsfunny:

House Stark Approves
http://srsfunny.tumblr.com/

Shut up, that’s ALL DOGS, IF YOU UNDERSTAND DOGS. f

memeguy-com:

Who was this man

Gotta love jaysus logic - only time it ever works…

memeguy-com:

Who was this man

Gotta love jaysus logic - only time it ever works…

runrun262:

Before and after 6 miles

Can you paint my house, PAH-LEAZE.???! You obviously have more energy than 6 miles will extract… Dude, I pay well…consider it. If Painting isn’t your thing, I have fence rails that need tending…just name your sport. I PROMISE I can take that look off your face before noon….
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runrun262:

Before and after 6 miles

Can you paint my house, PAH-LEAZE.???! You obviously have more energy than 6 miles will extract… Dude, I pay well…consider it. If Painting isn’t your thing, I have fence rails that need tending…just name your sport. I PROMISE I can take that look off your face before noon….
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runrun262:

Before and after 6 miles

Can you paint my house, PAH-LEAZE.???! You obviously have more energy than 6 miles will extract… Dude, I pay well…consider it. If Painting isn’t your thing, I have fence rails that need tending…just name your sport. I PROMISE I can take that look off your face before noon….

true-funny:

Top funniest demotivational pictures with posters   24 funny posters

QUICK!!! Bring Meh “te TAPE….!!”

true-funny:

Top funniest demotivational pictures with posters 24 funny posters

QUICK!!! Bring Meh “te TAPE….!!”


Carol and Judy | Season 5 ♥


I have a total Scissor Smash on Carol. Too cool to be forgotten (hey, hey, (for all you Lucinda Williams fans)

Carol and Judy | Season 5 ♥

I have a total Scissor Smash on Carol. Too cool to be forgotten (hey, hey, (for all you Lucinda Williams fans)

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memeguy-com:

Its a pretty shitty feeling

No, it’s equates to your emotional age. You’re an emotional juvenile…..THATS WHY SHE QUIT YOU. Drop your erection and be the man you mistake yourself to be.

memeguy-com:

Its a pretty shitty feeling

No, it’s equates to your emotional age. You’re an emotional juvenile…..THATS WHY SHE QUIT YOU. Drop your erection and be the man you mistake yourself to be.

bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia
Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”
And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.
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bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia
Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”
And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia
Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”
And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia
Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”
And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia
Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”
And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes from Appalachia

Before Elmaleh, a Miami native and New York City transplant, started photographing folk musicians, her projects revolved around the landscape. But traditional music was often playing in her darkroom. “There’s a certain rhythm to it that made sense when I was out photographing the land.” So in 2010, She decided to turn her camera on the people who make the music that she says “inspires me and keeps me going.”

And like dominos, the momentum from the first piece has kept her going ever since.

(Continue Reading)

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