1. With the bae

     
  2. Omg craig is the new craig

     
  3. oxfordcommaloveaffair:

    Guys, this is a really good friend of mine who needs my help. Her local dentist is having a contest for a $10,000 smile makeover that would absolutely change her life. Right now she’s neck and neck with her own step brother, so they’re fishing for votes from the same pool of friends and family, so I’m trying to get her votes and shares from random kind people who can just take a sec to help her out.

    Just go to
    https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=134653043250908&_rdr
    and “like” the Jacob D Young DDS PC Belton Raymore Dentist fb page, then “like” Kelsey’s picture to vote, it’ll only take a minute. Here is her entry essay:

    "When my mother discovered this contest and called me I thought “oh my
    goodness this could be all of my prayers come true.” My name is Kelsey
    Taylor and I am 23 years old. I’ve grown up and lived in Raymore, Missouri
    all of my life. I’ve often read that the smile is the first thing a person
    notices about you and the one thing that will leave a lasting impression in
    a person’s mind after meeting you. So, I’ve wondered countless times how I
    could possibly leave a lasting and positive impression in anyone’s mind
    when my smile is broken. A degenerative gum disorder runs in my family and
    when that became coupled with the severe depression that I battled in my
    teen years my teeth came close to complete ruin without care. Since I’ve
    gotten my life on track and learned to be a responsible and hardworking
    adult my biggest setback has been my teeth. The decay on the top and bottom
    rows in my front teeth is glaring and humiliating. At every job interview I
    have had and each first date I have gone on the only thought I have in my
    mind is “what will they think of my teeth? What will they think of me when
    they see my smile?” This has caused such overbearing anxiety that there
    have been countless social functions and opportunities that I have turned
    down out of sheer embarrassment. I have taught myself to cover my mouth
    when I laugh and how to talk while barely parting my lips. I cannot laugh
    with full abandon with my friends or smile with my full happiness in family
    photos. I am currently working two jobs and my main goal has been only to
    save money to fix my teeth. Unfortunately with the monthly bills I pay and
    the large cost it would be to even get the work started I’m afraid the
    reality of the situation is that it would be impossible to fix before the
    next five years of saving. So, I ask you, please, choose me as one of the
    top five entries into your amazing contest. Please, help me to not live out
    my twenties without a smile on my face or the confidence I know that you
    could give me. I would do anything for this opportunity. This smile make
    over could mean the world to me. With a new smile I would have the
    confidence to go out and achieve the things I know that I am capable of and
    the happiness to be able to smile whenever I feel the urge. It would give
    me the possibility to show the happy, energetic, and confident person that
    I have hiding beneath my broken smile. That to me, is the biggest dream I
    have in life right now.

    Thank you so much for this opportunity.

    Sincerely,

    Kelsey”

    Please reblog if you can! :)

     
  4. My mom’s birthday present to me. I made this in gradeschool, and when my ex girlfriend first saw it in a pile of stuff in my parents’ basement, she came to the conclusion that I have ALWAYS been pretty gay. I LOVE it, and I LOVE how my mom knew how much this would mean to me from her. Best birthday present ever. ❤💙💚💛💜 #gay #godlovesgays #naturenotnurture #birthday #momlove #awesome

     
  5. Oh no, oh yes I am #windowshopping #designing #planning #ikea #ikeakc

     
  6. Guys, this is a really good friend of mine who needs my help. Her local dentist is having a contest for a $10,000 smile makeover that would absolutely change her life. Right now she’s neck and neck with her own step brother, so they’re fishing for votes from the same pool of friends and family, so I’m trying to get her votes and shares from random kind people who can just take a sec to help her out.

    Just go to
    https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=134653043250908&_rdr
    and “like” the Jacob D Young DDS PC Belton Raymore Dentist fb page, then “like” Kelsey’s picture to vote, it’ll only take a minute. Here is her entry essay:

    "When my mother discovered this contest and called me I thought “oh my
    goodness this could be all of my prayers come true.” My name is Kelsey
    Taylor and I am 23 years old. I’ve grown up and lived in Raymore, Missouri
    all of my life. I’ve often read that the smile is the first thing a person
    notices about you and the one thing that will leave a lasting impression in
    a person’s mind after meeting you. So, I’ve wondered countless times how I
    could possibly leave a lasting and positive impression in anyone’s mind
    when my smile is broken. A degenerative gum disorder runs in my family and
    when that became coupled with the severe depression that I battled in my
    teen years my teeth came close to complete ruin without care. Since I’ve
    gotten my life on track and learned to be a responsible and hardworking
    adult my biggest setback has been my teeth. The decay on the top and bottom
    rows in my front teeth is glaring and humiliating. At every job interview I
    have had and each first date I have gone on the only thought I have in my
    mind is “what will they think of my teeth? What will they think of me when
    they see my smile?” This has caused such overbearing anxiety that there
    have been countless social functions and opportunities that I have turned
    down out of sheer embarrassment. I have taught myself to cover my mouth
    when I laugh and how to talk while barely parting my lips. I cannot laugh
    with full abandon with my friends or smile with my full happiness in family
    photos. I am currently working two jobs and my main goal has been only to
    save money to fix my teeth. Unfortunately with the monthly bills I pay and
    the large cost it would be to even get the work started I’m afraid the
    reality of the situation is that it would be impossible to fix before the
    next five years of saving. So, I ask you, please, choose me as one of the
    top five entries into your amazing contest. Please, help me to not live out
    my twenties without a smile on my face or the confidence I know that you
    could give me. I would do anything for this opportunity. This smile make
    over could mean the world to me. With a new smile I would have the
    confidence to go out and achieve the things I know that I am capable of and
    the happiness to be able to smile whenever I feel the urge. It would give
    me the possibility to show the happy, energetic, and confident person that
    I have hiding beneath my broken smile. That to me, is the biggest dream I
    have in life right now.

    Thank you so much for this opportunity.

    Sincerely,

    Kelsey”

    Please reblog if you can! :)

     
  7. What did you do out there? What did you decide? You said you needed time and you had time..

     
  8. Best of siblings 😀😀

     
  9. Mmmhmmm #queenmichy #throneofswords #bowdown

     
  10. Patty looking gooood AF

     
  11. Bow TF down.

     

  12. hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

    hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

    So I’m moving into a new apartment, and I was told that the room had been damaged, but nothing could have prepared me for the fact that someone had carved Li Shang’s head out of the bathroom door and written “We must defeat the Huns!” on it.

    image

    (via nocontinuum)

     
  13. Pretty much how I stuff my face too #lex #snacktime #baby

     
     
  14. #snacktime #lex #baby #toocute #datsmile #demteeth

     
     
  15. My #wcw #nataliedormer can do no wrong #cressida