slayboybunny:

sometimes my emotion is just the word “fuckign” 

How to tell if a gif set is a repost:

oitcc:

martinlydias:

These are a few things that you should lookout for:

  • On a common sense note-each gif looks completely different.
  • Watermarks and signatures, that do not match the sources’ url. 
  • The gifs look extremely blurry, like the photo was blown up out of proportion.
  • Some of the gifs are choppy, and some of the gifs are smooth. That means two different programs were used to make the gifs, so it’s most likely not the same person making them.
  • Some gifs in the set are sharp and some are blurry.
  • The gifs look like they should all line up, but are different sizes.
  • The coloring in the gifs are different. For example, one gif may look bright and colorful, and one may look like no coloring method was used at all.
  • The gifs look staticky and overdone. In some cases, people use other’s gifs as a base, and put their own coloring on top, which causes them to look fuzzy. 

Reposting is a huge issue on tumblr. People work hard on their gifs, but other people like to take the credit. Not everyone (especially newer users) understand that reposting is wrong, so please help get the word out.

Also, if there’s “subtitles” on the gifs, the texts should be the same size and font. 

If you click on the gifs and go through them, are they the same size? If not, they’re probably a repost.

noelroeim:

IT’S A METAPHOR YOU POTATO WITH EYES

noelroeim:

IT’S A METAPHOR YOU POTATO WITH EYES

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Emmy Rossum on the cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine  (October 2014)

Emmy Rossum on the cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine  (October 2014)

It’s that amazing voice, anything he says sounds like… anything in the contemporary world sounds funny. (x)

send me urls and i’ll tell you what i think of the blog/blogger

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ABOU-SABE: So between Ian, Asher, and Adam, whom could you personally relate most to?

MONAGHAN: I mean, that’s always difficult because with every character you play you’re always trying to put facets of yourself into those characters. I think Asher, at the beginning of The Giver, when he’s goofy and a little bit of a rule-breaker, a little bit of a jokester, I align with him. But then he kind of transforms throughout the movie and becomes someone I don’t necessarily relate to. I relate to Adam McCormick’s sensitivity. He’s more quiet and introverted, and I definitely have those moments as well.

slayleroakley:

Guys… This is my friend’s friend’s old yearbook - apparently she went to Darren’s high school?

slayleroakley:

Guys… This is my friend’s friend’s old yearbook - apparently she went to Darren’s high school?

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