partyintheurl:

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acceptance of those with different beliefs. beautiful.

nialllhoran:

if u say something negative about harry styles i want a 2000 word essay with graphs, statistics and a powerpoint explaining yourself

holyfrackles:

what the fuck

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WHAT

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THE FUCK

stunningpicture:

Apple of love

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Apple of love

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queen-of-destiel-land:

super-who-potter-lock:

grimdarkthroes:

intelligentairhead:

lumos5000:

whovian-at-large:

Can demons cross the ocean even though it’s salt water?

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ahhh…. that is an excellent question

They can possess humans although we’re 0.15% salt

Saltwater is 3.5% salt so I mean at what point is it Too Much Salt?

I’m gonna need a demon, a spare demon, some salt, a precise scale, water, a trap, and a pool

I’m on it.

I hear Dean Winchester is available.

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cumberpeenqueen:

Getting everyone prepared for the next couple of Ben-filled days :)

Would you ever physically grab a stranger, by the hand or body, in the street, in a shop, in any public space, and physically move them around without their consent?
So at what point does it become okay to grab the handles of a wheelchair, to snatch at what is an extension of the body for the purposes of mobility, and move a person around without their consent?
The former would be abhorrent, and the latter potentially more so as you are taking control of their mobility. This includes their ability to get away.
Yet time and time again I hear of strangers grabbing the handles of chairs and physically moving people without their consent. This is an act of ignorance, and of borderline assault. Grabbing a person, for comedy or novelty, and taking away their ability to move and also to get away. When you are handling a person’s wheelchair, they cannot necessarily escape, they may have no way to move as you are in control of their legs.
Unless given expressed permission, never, EVER take control of a person’s wheelchair.
This is beyond etiquette, it is about bodily integrity and security.
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