i may throw up on you

Hi! I'm Spencer. This is a multifandom and personal blog. I take photos and sing and write weird things. I'm 17, genderqueer + pansexual :D

Current loves of my life: Karl Urban, sCARLETT JOHANSSON, Felicia Day, Tom Mison (Ichabod Crane is an idiot), basically every Shingeki no Kyojin character ever, and also every Free! character ever (but especially and Rin Matsuoka because he's a piece of shit).

Attractive people reside here.
Stuff I make/do.
My face.

Icon Links (on the righthand side):
1: kittens and puppies and stuff
2: people being obnoxiously cute
3: music
4: for future reference

Psst, I have a food blog. Do the clicky thing.

Please note: I have a 50 posts per day queue set up but I do not use a queue tag. Do not be fooled by my apparent activity.

allhailtherenegades:

"so she’s gay now?"

yeah she turned it all the paperwork last week and her acceptance letter came this morning, it was all pretty sudden

nosdrinker:

sickbanter:

humoristics:

vaginafor1000alex:

lovethyhippie:

faked the whole squad

faked the cameraman too

sikk tekkers bruv…

This is illegal in 63 galaxies

Chris Hemsworth on set of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ on July 17 [x]

crossroadscastiel:

I just want us to all take a moment

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to appreciate

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just how gay

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this

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cast

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is

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for

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each

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other

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and

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it

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is

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the

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most

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beautiful

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thing

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ever

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poyzn:

Animals that are unbelievably awesome.

cyclopentadiene:

A comprehensive overview of chemical-free consumer products

"Manufacturers of consumer products, in particular edibles and cosmetics, have broadly employed the term ‘Chemical free’ in marketing campaigns and on product labels. Such characterization is often incorrectly used to imply — and interpreted to mean — that the product in question is healthy, derived from natural sources, or otherwise free from synthetic components. We have examined and subjected to rudimentary analysis an exhaustive number of such products, including but not limited to lotions and cosmetics, herbal supplements, household cleaners, food items, and beverages. Herein are described all those consumer products, to our knowledge, that are appropriately labelled as ‘Chemical free’.”

(Source)