Path of Most Resistance

meladoodle:

nothing pisses me off more than the fact that 90% of women’s jeans have non-functioning pockets but baby clothes have proper pockets? what are babies carrying around that i’m not? baby wallets? fuck off

(Source: meladoodle, via catsndix)

kastland:

parenting

(via dankii-doll)

jacobtheloofah:


too little too late

jacobtheloofah:

too little too late

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mostlygreenday:

your tumblr is one of those things that you want everyone to see but at the same time you never want to show it to anyone

(via dankii-doll)

makhbro:

#if a cat and a dog got married this is what they would look like

thefatjoker:

dankii-doll:

Why are so many of the oldest sculptures of humans fat?

Historically speaking, most people revered being fat as something good. With most of the “common folk” being pretty poor most were skinny and undernourished, whereas the rich nobles could afford whatever food they wished to have and often put on some weight. Fat was seen as a status symbol and often considered healthy believe it or not. Being fat was something you wanted to be.

punky-chan:

dankii-doll:

Why are so many of the oldest sculptures of humans fat?

cuz thats what was worshiped as fertile, cause if you were fat you were doing good in life and everyone wanted a piece of that. 

"Is this really my job? #vikings 6 more weeks to go" - Alexander Ludwig via (Instagram)
"Is this really my job? #vikings 6 more weeks to go" - Alexander Ludwig via (Instagram)

(Source: ragnarbjornlothbrok, via traylee78)

h0odrich:

everything good makes you fat an addict or broke

(via intensional)

actinidix:

In my opinion, society went down hill when we started looking at a $80,000+ piece of paper as the sole value of a human being and denounced any other type of education.

30 years ago, my father was able to run his own garage and work on anything he wanted as a mechanic. Today, those skills mean nothing unless they are documented from an institution. 

(via sovereign-is-the-best-reaper)

esexist:

*wears the same outfit as yesterday* vintage

(Source: diqqity, via blacklistedbliss)

soldierporn:

There’s no such thing as an ex-Marine.
Photo part of The Supraliminal Art Project by Devin Mitchell (via Marine combat veteran Brad Ivanchan on Facebook.)

soldierporn:

There’s no such thing as an ex-Marine.

Photo part of The Supraliminal Art Project by Devin Mitchell (via Marine combat veteran Brad Ivanchan on Facebook.)