latenightalaska:

jasonfnsaint:

Billy Madison (1995)

"Man, I’m glad I called that guy!"

instead of all those cheesy bullying posters around school we should just post this

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*help me i’m bored*

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ssb4dojo:

Smash Wii U Direct

This page will be updated with the 50 Things Smash Wii U Direct when it goes live.  Bookmark it and watch the amazingness happen on October 23rd @ 6PM EST.

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snazziest:

awwww-cute:

Well, that’s a waste of twenty bucks

Not at all

snazziest:

awwww-cute:

Well, that’s a waste of twenty bucks

Not at all

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allaboutmary:

A shrine for Our Lady of Guadalupe inside a garaga in Coyoacán, Mexico City.

allaboutmary:

A shrine for Our Lady of Guadalupe inside a garaga in Coyoacán, Mexico City.

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miusix:

Maleficent’s transformation

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littlethingsaboutgod:

walkthesame:
What Love Truly Is
The famous verse in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 shares what love is all about as opposed to what the world has coined over the past few years and today. Jesus exemplified what love was during His ministry on earth and continues to show us that through His word.
Despite our shortcomings, sins and imperfections, Christ came down to us so that we may be saved. He knows and has seen the ugly side of humanity and yet He chose to save us all. Why? Because according to God, that is what love is all about. 
By His grace and mercy, none of us are abandoned but rather we come together as one in His love. As Christians, we are to reflect this same love and apply it into our own lives. By doing this, we (un-intentionally) show the world the truth behind love and share this love with people around us as well. A love that does not steal but rather a love that gives, sacrifices, heals and lifts up.
(*Lettering based on a Quote by Matt Chandler)

littlethingsaboutgod:

walkthesame:

What Love Truly Is

The famous verse in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 shares what love is all about as opposed to what the world has coined over the past few years and today. Jesus exemplified what love was during His ministry on earth and continues to show us that through His word.

Despite our shortcomings, sins and imperfections, Christ came down to us so that we may be saved. He knows and has seen the ugly side of humanity and yet He chose to save us all. Why? Because according to God, that is what love is all about. 

By His grace and mercy, none of us are abandoned but rather we come together as one in His love. As Christians, we are to reflect this same love and apply it into our own lives. By doing this, we (un-intentionally) show the world the truth behind love and share this love with people around us as well. A love that does not steal but rather a love that gives, sacrifices, heals and lifts up.

(*Lettering based on a Quote by Matt Chandler)

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