I'm Harley. I drink a lot of coffee, play a lot of WoW, make pretty arts. I'm also a fine arts major.
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bloodybookworm:

A CAT A FREAKING CAT GETS A STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME AND I’M SITTING HERE WORKING MY BUTT OFF TRYING TO GET THROUGH COLLEGE AND MAKE A STANDARD LIVING AND THIS CAT MAKES A FROWNY FACE AT A CAMERA AND GETS A FRICKING HOLLYWOOD STAR NOPE NO I DID NOT SIGN UP FOR THAT

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neopariah:

neopariah:

neopariah:

I hate to do this, but it’s kind of that serious. Ugh, and my birth name too…

Reblogging this again, ‘cause it is important.

We’re on our last $10 and car insurance will be cancelled on the 18th if the $50 premium isn’t paid. His work still hasn’t let us know if he’s getting temp disability or not.

If you can, please help out or commission me. Thanks!

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clinicallydepressedpug:

lullabydust:

Living with mental illness is like navigating a mine field every day where you’re the only person who knows about the mines. If you get through the day without tripping a mine, to everyone else it looks like you just took a walk across a nice open…

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indigoair:

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sweet-bitsy:

laughingsquid:

Lion Cubs Adorably Attempt To Imitate Father’s Roar

WHAT IF YOU HAD TO LISTEN TO THIS

A PRIDE OF THIS

A pride of squeakers.

He’s like NO NO, LIKE THIS. RUUUUH RUUUUH RH RH RH WHY CAN’T YOU DO IT

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neopariah:

neopariah:

I hate to do this, but it’s kind of that serious. Ugh, and my birth name too…

Reblogging this again, ‘cause it is important.

We’re on our last $10 and car insurance will be cancelled on the 18th if the $50 premium isn’t paid. His work still hasn’t let us know if he’s getting temp disability or not.

If you can, please help out or commission me. Thanks!

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Posted: 5 days ago ● 464 notesReblog

forcing-my-hand:

Hey, guys. This is my cat Paul.

He ran away from home.

Recently, my husband moved up to Wisconsin for work, and took my cat with him. The other night, he ran out while the door was open, and ran off into the woods.

There’s been no sign of him.

Please, spread this. If you live in the Mukwonago area, keep an eye out for him. He’s a large male orange tabby, and will answer to the sound of his name. He also goes crazy for cat treats (I’ve trained him to stand up for them.)

If you see him, call the Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha at (262) 542-8851. You can also drop me a message, too.

Please boost this, if you or any of your followers live in the Mukwonago/Waukesha area.

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benderqueer:

Here are two pictures of me.

The first picture is from college (for some reason I dyed my hair a different color red than my natural color) and I think this picture was taken about 4 or 5 years ago.

The second picture is recent. In both pictures I am binding.

Take a look at my facial expressions in these pictures.

In the first image, I remember setting up a camera and trying to look tough and/or masculine. I wore the binder inside my house only and was too afraid to go outside wearing it, I was afraid to admit my gender identity to anyone, including myself. It was a hard time for gendery feels.

In the second picture, I am happy. I’m making pancakes for my partner, I am more comfortable in my own skin. I see ME here, not a scared younger person. I’ve created my own masculinity and I am becoming more open to my gender exploration.

I want to share this because I want all the scared kids to know that it’s okay to be you. Here are some words:

A) You are allowed to have the feelings you have. You are a human and this is allowed. Even though it is hard, try not to feel guilty or ashamed.

B) I acknowledge that it sometimes can be really tough. Gender is hard. I would tell my scared old self this. I would tell them that it is a rough path but coming out on the other side of this fear is the most beautiful thing.

C) You’re wonderful. Look at yourself this way. Try to see yourself as the super amazing person that you are. Be you honestly with those you feel safe with. Those people can be on the internet if it’s hard to find them off of the net at the moment. You are a beautiful human being.

I cannot say that I’m perfect, I cannot say that I am not still scared at times. What I can say is that I have learned how to become accepting of myself, I have learned that there are so many things to love about me, and yes, my gender.

Your gender identity is great. Your gender can be whatever it is (binary or not, male or female or both or neither, or anything else) and that is okay. People who say otherwise are full of bull and their opinion of you is not worth your or anyone else’s time.

YOU ARE AMAZING.

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A Teen Tried To Take A Selfie Right In Front Of A Passing Train. The Engineer Had Other Ideas.

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