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what is the point of this?
i am still figuring that out.

-watch me freak out as I plan my wedding-

hypo-to-healthy:

andstilliirise:

avo-lifts:

over-the-whore-ison:

whataboutbacon:

theendwillbe-aestheticperfection:

live-life-and-fuck-em-all:

inwhichifeelallthefeels:

That awful moment when you learn that this wasn’t scripted. That Will Smith’s character was actually supposed to brush off the whole thing, but Will’s father actually had left him when he was younger and he just fell apart on the set and the hug at the end was from one actor to another, not one character to another. 

this is beautiful.

This makes me cry every time I see this because it reminds us that all human beings have emotion and their own baggage, even when they’re made up and put on screen.

What the fuck as if this wasn’t scripted omg this made me cry so much

legit makes me cry every time i see this gif/episode

i can’t not reblog. Every time I would watch this as a kid it absolutely killed me and I never got through it without crying. The fact that this was (if it is correct) a real moment that was non scripted hits home just a little harder. 

Im going to get through college without him. Im going to get a great job without him. I’m gunna marry me a beautiful hunny and ima have me a bunch of kids. Ima be a better father than he ever was.. Cause ain’t a damn thing he could ever teach me about how to love my kids. “

“How come he don’t want me, man?”

I’ve seen this gifset so many times and it always makes me cry my eyes out. Maybe because I always had a fucked up relationship with my father, and even tough I try to brush it off I always try to seek his approval. I just relate so much. Ugh.

(via dignityandgrace)

Revisiting my love for cooking…first time ever poaching an egg

Revisiting my love for cooking…first time ever poaching an egg

jillbiden:

vpbiden:

10 Reasons You Should Love/Like/Or At Least Respect Vice President Joe Biden, Regardless of Your Views on the Economy
1. Joe Biden is a badass.

Biden suffered from a stuttering problem as a youth, but instead of shying away from it, he faced his problem head-on by purposefully seeking out public speaking opportunities. He also wrote this sweet letter to a kid in 1994 telling him that he can overcome his stuttering problem, too. 

Biden has also survived not one, but two brain aneurysms. Additionally, he broke his wrist at a charity baseball game while sliding to third base, and instead of seeking immediate medical attention, he let his wrist just hang there broken before going to the hospital afterward so no one would know he broke it.


2. Joe Biden is a devoted family man.


Shortly after being elected to the Senate, Joe’s first wife and one-year-old daughter were killed in a car crash while getting their Christmas tree. Biden’s two sons were critically injured. Biden was sworn in as senator from beside his son’s hospital bed. He was a single father for five years, and would commute back-and-forth from Washington, DC to Delaware, his home state via AmTrack (Biden is legendary for having taken over 7,000 round-trip AmTrack trips during his tenure as a senator). After going through a dark time (he would walk through the shady parts of town at night), Biden finally met Jill Tracy Jacobs, and they married after he proposed to her five times. And they’re the sweetest couple ever, this video will make your heart melt :’)


3. Joe Biden is experienced.


He was elected to the Senate at age 29, a huge accomplishment, especially since he defeated a popular Republican incumbent after trailing behind 30 points at one point. He became the sixth-youngest senator to be sworn in (he turned 30 on November 20th). He was also the youngest senator ever to be elected to seven consecutive terms. On top of writing the Violence Against Women Act, he also got changes made to the SALT II treaty when talks stalled, and managed the passage of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1994.


4. Joe Biden is bipartisan.


There’s a reason Bob Woodward nicknamed him “the McConnell whisperer.” Biden has longstanding friendships with many Republicans, including Bob Dole, John McCain (with whom he sponsored the McCain-Biden Kosovo Resolution), McConnell, and he gets along with Eric Cantor as well. He had a close friendship with the late Sen. Arlen Spector, and convinced him to switch parties.


5. Joe Biden wrote the Violence Against Women Act.


This gives money to women’s shelters and abused women, as well as made it illegal for police departments to charge rape survivors for rape kits, and has saved the lives of many women, and educated many about rape/sexual assault.


6. Joe Biden raised himself up from being the first person in his family to go to college to being the Vice President of the United States.


^enough said


7. Joe Biden doesn’t attempt to force his religious views on other people.


“Life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgement. I accept it in my personal life. But I refuse to impose it on equally devout Christians and Muslims and Jews and — I just refuse to impose that on others…I don’t believe that we have a right to tell other people that women, they — they can’t control their body. It’s a decision between them and their doctor, in my view.” - at the vice-presidential debate.


8. Joe Biden convinced the Obama administration to support gay marriage.


…and he was the highest-ranking sitting official to ever endorse it before Obama said that he supports gay marriage the very next day.


9. Joe Biden is hilarious.


Sure, some of those gaffes were bad (like how he told everyone to avoid public transportation during the H1N1 pandemic), but some of them are downright hilarious! Yes, he should be a bit more careful of how things are going to sound before he opens his mouth, but who WOULDN’T want to have him as a grandpa?


10. Joe Biden is the first vice president in six years to not have shot his friend in the face.

jillbiden:

vpbiden:

10 Reasons You Should Love/Like/Or At Least Respect Vice President Joe Biden, Regardless of Your Views on the Economy

1. Joe Biden is a badass.

Biden suffered from a stuttering problem as a youth, but instead of shying away from it, he faced his problem head-on by purposefully seeking out public speaking opportunities. He also wrote this sweet letter to a kid in 1994 telling him that he can overcome his stuttering problem, too. 
Biden has also survived not one, but two brain aneurysms. Additionally, he broke his wrist at a charity baseball game while sliding to third base, and instead of seeking immediate medical attention, he let his wrist just hang there broken before going to the hospital afterward so no one would know he broke it.
2. Joe Biden is a devoted family man.
Shortly after being elected to the Senate, Joe’s first wife and one-year-old daughter were killed in a car crash while getting their Christmas tree. Biden’s two sons were critically injured. Biden was sworn in as senator from beside his son’s hospital bed. He was a single father for five years, and would commute back-and-forth from Washington, DC to Delaware, his home state via AmTrack (Biden is legendary for having taken over 7,000 round-trip AmTrack trips during his tenure as a senator). After going through a dark time (he would walk through the shady parts of town at night), Biden finally met Jill Tracy Jacobs, and they married after he proposed to her five times. And they’re the sweetest couple ever, this video will make your heart melt :’)
3. Joe Biden is experienced.

He was elected to the Senate at age 29, a huge accomplishment, especially since he defeated a popular Republican incumbent after trailing behind 30 points at one point. He became the sixth-youngest senator to be sworn in (he turned 30 on November 20th). He was also the youngest senator ever to be elected to seven consecutive terms. On top of writing the Violence Against Women Act, he also got changes made to the SALT II treaty when talks stalled, and managed the passage of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1994.

4. Joe Biden is bipartisan.

There’s a reason Bob Woodward nicknamed him “the McConnell whisperer.” Biden has longstanding friendships with many Republicans, including Bob Dole, John McCain (with whom he sponsored the McCain-Biden Kosovo Resolution), McConnell, and he gets along with Eric Cantor as well. He had a close friendship with the late Sen. Arlen Spector, and convinced him to switch parties.

5. Joe Biden wrote the Violence Against Women Act.


6. Joe Biden raised himself up from being the first person in his family to go to college to being the Vice President of the United States.

^enough said

7. Joe Biden doesn’t attempt to force his religious views on other people.

“Life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgement. I accept it in my personal life. But I refuse to impose it on equally devout Christians and Muslims and Jews and — I just refuse to impose that on others…I don’t believe that we have a right to tell other people that women, they — they can’t control their body. It’s a decision between them and their doctor, in my view.” - at the vice-presidential debate.
8. Joe Biden convinced the Obama administration to support gay marriage.
…and he was the highest-ranking sitting official to ever endorse it before Obama said that he supports gay marriage the very next day.
9. Joe Biden is hilarious.
Sure, some of those gaffes were bad (like how he told everyone to avoid public transportation during the H1N1 pandemic), but some of them are downright hilarious! Yes, he should be a bit more careful of how things are going to sound before he opens his mouth, but who WOULDN’T want to have him as a grandpa?
10. Joe Biden is the first vice president in six years to not have shot his friend in the face.

(via from-blossoms)

4fagsunderthestars:

hey there delilah whats it like up in rack city?

i see 10s of 10s of 20s laying down upon your titties

yes i do

no one can twerk dat ass like you

i swear its true

(Source: swandiive, via ihatekelliedavis)

Oh goodness…6 1/2 years have flown by. Can’t believe how much we have been through and how much we have accomplished. Here we are, 1 year away from our wedding. Nothing else matters…it’s you and me till death do us part.                      I should probably get on that wedding planning. I should probably buy a dress, find a photographer, find an officiant….any suggestions Tumblr-verse?

Oh goodness…6 1/2 years have flown by. Can’t believe how much we have been through and how much we have accomplished. Here we are, 1 year away from our wedding. Nothing else matters…it’s you and me till death do us part. I should probably get on that wedding planning. I should probably buy a dress, find a photographer, find an officiant….any suggestions Tumblr-verse?