verdeinvolumes:

bangarangblog:

choose the way you look at life

Delusion
De•lu•sion  noun (di-ˈlü-zhən, dē-)
A persistent false psychotic belief regarding the self or persons, acts or objects outside the self that is upheld despite indisputable evidence to the contrary.

…
EVERYTHING
WAS
ICE CREAM
AND 
WAS
DELICIOUS

verdeinvolumes:

bangarangblog:

choose the way you look at life

Delusion

De•lu•sion  noun (di-ˈlü-zhən, dē-)

A persistent false psychotic belief regarding the self or persons, acts or objects outside the self that is upheld despite indisputable evidence to the contrary.

EVERYTHING

WAS

ICE CREAM

AND 

WAS

DELICIOUS

gigaguess:

Oh.
My.
God.

gigaguess:

Oh.

My.

God.

(via cuntytendencies)

wwerecaptioned:

Devoted Buddhist Kane attains enlightenment amidst his bout with Daniel Bryan as he begins to levitate toward the heavens, choosing a spiritual victory over an official win, and leaving the American Dragon to wallow among the dregs of the material world.

wwerecaptioned:

Devoted Buddhist Kane attains enlightenment amidst his bout with Daniel Bryan as he begins to levitate toward the heavens, choosing a spiritual victory over an official win, and leaving the American Dragon to wallow among the dregs of the material world.

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cfaller:

"The objections to religion are of two sorts - intellectual and moral. The intellectual objection is that there is no reason to suppose any religion true; the moral objection is that religious precepts date from a time when men were more cruel than they are and therefore tend to perpetuate inhumanities which the moral conscience of the age would otherwise outgrow."

- Bertrand Russell

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Beautiful Doors

1. Burano, Italy

2. Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

3. Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

4. Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain

5. Garden Door by Kazuyuki Ishihara, Japan

6. Montmartre, Paris, France

7. Bali, Indonesia

8. Copenhagen, Denmark

9. Rabat, Morocco

10. Sesimbra, Portugal

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fer1972:

Frightening Bakery by Christine McConnell

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