mexicanaqueen:

my parents never gave me the sex talk and here i am knowing more than i should

Duncan Keith: aka that shirtless dude on the cover of every Harlequin novel

hawkeytime:

Exhibit A: The hair

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Exhibit B: The Smoulder

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Exhibit C: The Body

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blackhawkswags:

Theo Hjalmarsson

sexioto:

gayinsect:

i luv kids they are so much funner to talk to than adults. i asked a toddler today whats up and he said “ten” with such conviction i really did believe it was an adequate response to my question for a second

a while ago i asked my two yr old sister whats up and she said “oh just…having legs and arms”

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flovvercrownphan:

grawly:

what

was there even a windows 9

if only every second version of windows is any good that means this one is going to be shit again doesn’t it

syntax-error:

flovvercrownphan:

grawly:

what

was there even a windows 9

if only every second version of windows is any good that means this one is going to be shit again doesn’t it

vancity604778kid:

ultrafacts:

She started to talk to him about his interests and her kidnapper began to view her as a person he could trust. Eventually, he declared that he was in love with her. After 10 days of captivity, he allowed Elizabeth to borrow his cell phone to play games on it. Naturally, when he left, she used it to call her mother.



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This is actually a smart thing to do. If you are ever kidnapped, you should try to humanize yourself & get close to your captors. Do not challenge them, rather try to show them that you are worthy of their respect. If you speak the same language, try to talk with them and exchange information. Learn about them and let them learn about you. Try to relate to them.  Family could be a safe topic depending on the situation. If they see you as a person, your quality of life as a captive and your probability of survival go way up. This creates the reverse-Stockholm Syndrome on them in which they can express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings towards you. Now you might have the opportunity to escape like the girl above did!

vancity604778kid:

ultrafacts:

She started to talk to him about his interests and her kidnapper began to view her as a person he could trust. Eventually, he declared that he was in love with her. After 10 days of captivity, he allowed Elizabeth to borrow his cell phone to play games on it. Naturally, when he left, she used it to call her mother.

Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

This is actually a smart thing to do. If you are ever kidnapped, you should try to humanize yourself & get close to your captors. Do not challenge them, rather try to show them that you are worthy of their respect. If you speak the same language, try to talk with them and exchange information. Learn about them and let them learn about you. Try to relate to them.  Family could be a safe topic depending on the situation. If they see you as a person, your quality of life as a captive and your probability of survival go way up. This creates the reverse-Stockholm Syndrome on them in which they can express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings towards you. Now you might have the opportunity to escape like the girl above did!

favorite players 1/ Patrick Kane

Front and back of the 1989 Secret Sessions keychain from Nashville!

blackhawkswags:

Patrick and Madelyn Sharp