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nickfuckface:

parents: “u should be more active”
me: image

kiokushitaka:

bangarz:

I just found the best Facebook page

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ohdaesusie:

this world is so fucked up like one of my friends has carpeting in his bathroom instead of tile like how can someone hate themselves that much

waywardchappy:

I always read FAQ as fack and I don’t plan on changing this

dammitmishaa:

So my friend came into school one day wearing a dress that had straps and the vice principal came up to her and said “You need to either change or cover your shoulders up because it’ll distract the boys” to which she replied “Well I find boys faces distracting, do they have to cover them up?” and the vice principal said “Maybe you should focus in class more.”

If that doesn’t tell you that things are messed up, then I don’t know what does. 

georgemallory:

nothing will fuck you up as much as the realization that there’s no real reason the alphabet needs to be in order

thegoodfilms:

Cannibal Holocaust | 1980
This scene was examined by Italian courts to determine whether or not special effects were used.
When Cannibal Holocaust was originally released in Italy, people believed that it was a genuine snuff film, where actors were murdered so that their deaths could be made into a movie. The film was confiscated ten days after its premiere in Milan, and the director Ruggero Deodato was arrested. The actors had signed contracts with him ensuring that they would not appear publicly for one year after the films release, in order to promote the idea that the film was truly the recovered footage of missing documentarians.

thegoodfilms:

Cannibal Holocaust | 1980

This scene was examined by Italian courts to determine whether or not special effects were used.

When Cannibal Holocaust was originally released in Italy, people believed that it was a genuine snuff film, where actors were murdered so that their deaths could be made into a movie. The film was confiscated ten days after its premiere in Milan, and the director Ruggero Deodato was arrested. The actors had signed contracts with him ensuring that they would not appear publicly for one year after the films release, in order to promote the idea that the film was truly the recovered footage of missing documentarians.