THE HANGED MESSIAH

katwylder:

Cats love BattleTech.

etherealslut:

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etherealslut:

heretichag:

happyautomaton:

etherealslut:

happyautomaton:

etherealslut:

I’m so glad hipster kids haven’t ruined black metal…yet.

Yupppppppp. XD Except people still think Dimmu Borgir and Cradle are black metal. Even though I like Cradle a lot.

Fuck you…

Eat dem gentle tittlez like a real nigga shud

I love you guys. <3

gabbigeist:

By golly this blog isn’t very punk or goth rock at all.

dirtysquatter:

Hagar The Womb

I watched every episode of Attack on Titan in one sitting.  I dunno if I should be proud or ashamed.

annabellioncourt:

YOU SHOULD FEEL ASHAMED OF YOURSELF FOR THAT PUN

oh lord. 

annabellioncourt:

YOU SHOULD FEEL ASHAMED OF YOURSELF FOR THAT PUN

oh lord. 

dilclo:

justanothervividparadise:

dilclo:

choke me

not sexually

like actually kill me

how do you sexually choke someone… 

thats the most innocent thing ive ever heard 

hetaliagirl104:

Oh right yeah the blind thing

That is NOT how I was expecting that to end.

coffee-filters:

the-doctor-to-my-tardis:

neckbeardeddragon:

cheezetits:

narcotic:

There’s a book sitting in front of you.

In it contains all the bad things people have said about you behind your back, would you open it? 

Hell fucking yeah

Read it so you can find out what people really have to say about you and how you can change your character to be a better person.

read it so you know what order to murder people in

There are two types of people

So I started watching Attack on Titan today, and so far it’s just been “people dying: the anime.”  

It’s good though.

From Buzzfeed:

 &#8221;Beginning in the mid-1800s, post-mortem photography (or memento mori) was a popular way to honor and remember the dead. Most photographs were taken shortly after death, and could look incredibly life-like, especially if the deceased was propped up into a standing position. Post-mortem photos of children were particularly common, perhaps because their mortality rate was high during the Victorian era.&#8221;

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From Buzzfeed:

 ”Beginning in the mid-1800s, post-mortem photography (or memento mori) was a popular way to honor and remember the dead. Most photographs were taken shortly after death, and could look incredibly life-like, especially if the deceased was propped up into a standing position. Post-mortem photos of children were particularly common, perhaps because their mortality rate was high during the Victorian era.”


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i just won Nick Blinko’s “The Haunted Head” on ebay

christhecreep:

i now will own every one of his books, gahhh i’m so happy right now.   image

WHY DIDN’T YOU FUCKING CALL ME AS SOON AS YOU WON, YOU BASTARD!   

Fucking awesome though.

Goddammit Urameshi. 

edgebug:

martinthesassygaylibrarian:

avenged-wholockian:

the-jackals:

msmeiriona:

HEY FOLLOWERS:

HAVE YOU EATEN RECENTLY?

ARE YOU HYDRATED?

IS THERE MEDICATION YOU NEED TO TAKE?

HAVE YOU LAUGHED TODAY?

FRIENDLY REMINDER BECAUSE I KNOW I NEED THEM EVERY SO OFTEN.

ALSO HERE HAVE A KITTEN:

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YOU I ACTUALLY FORGOT TO TAKE MY MEDS TODAY

this is the third time this post has reminded me to take my meds

we’re all gonna die

dude i haven’t had any water today or taken my meds thank you for this post

This post reminded me to take my meds…



…again.

Please keep reblogging this.  I need it.