Literally the best bromance to ever bromance
I have a lot of feels about turk and jd. Yeah they were both straight but they loved each other and it never was a “no homo” thing. It got pretty homo at times and they embraced it and it didn’t matter. The joke wasn’t that they were gay, it wasn’t even a joke. They had serious friend love for each other and showed it in healthy ways. It showed cis men that were compassionate for each other in a positive way(yeah it got goofy at times but it was a comedy)
Sorry I love scrubs.
I have an unabashedly sincere love for Scrubs and I don’t care what anyone else says
cards against humanity / sherlock edition [insp]
This x-ray shows the case of an unfortunate woman who happened to have a snake crawl into her vagina, slither through the fallopian tube, and out oast the ovary into her body cavity. It survived unknown for three days until the snake started eating her appendix.
my anaconda dont
Can i just say—hoW DO YOU NOT NOTICE THAT??
probably thought it was just cramps
Oh how i love playing with colour and getting messy ;)
Photography/Retouch: Amy Spanos
Lipstick (Red hot red)/Foundation (Bisque): besamecosmetics
*Please do NOT remove credits*
Here goes nothing:
Until I met Adam, my now fiancé, I had never heard of Cystic Fibrosis, the illness he was diagnosed with at birth. Six years later, it is perhaps the most impactful aspect of my day-to-day life. Cystic Fibrosis primarily affects the lungs and digestive system because of a malfunction in the exocrine system, responsible for producing saliva, sweat, tears and mucus. People with CF develop an abnormal amount of excessively thick and sticky mucus within the lungs, airways and the digestive system. The mucus causes impairment of the digestive functions of the pancreas and traps bacteria in the lungs resulting in recurrent infections which lead to irreversible damage. Lung failure is the major cause of death for someone with CF. There is currently no cure. From birth, a person with CF undergoes constant medical treatments and physiotherapy.
Adam goes through thousands of dollars of medication a month. He is currently on three different medications for his stomach alone (the second to counter the side effects of the first, and the third to counter the side effects of the second). He is almost always unwell. He is in and out of hospital far too often. His lung function is dropping. Consistently.
Life expectancy is 37.
Adam and I are getting married in November, and I would like to spend as many anniversaries with him as possible. On October 26th, I’m going to be running 8 kilometres in the Great Strides 2014 event to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Victoria. The cost of living for people with CF can be crippling, and CFV have helped Adam and I time and time again. They are a fantastic not-for-profit organisation whose main goal is to improve the quality of life for families and adults living with Cystic Fibrosis.
Running 8 kilometres is going to be a massive feat for me, but it is not half so hard as the challenges many CF sufferers face on a daily basis. If you are able, I would appreciate absolutely anything you can donate. I know that I am asking a lot, and I understand that not everyone is in a position to do so—which is absolutely fine!—but this cause is too close to my heart for me not to explore every avenue. I need to do everything I can to help.
I would really appreciate it if you could reblog this post—if not for me, then for this adorable photo of my fiancé on his second birthday.
Donations can be made by clicking on this link [x]
Thank you so much for reading.
cards against humanity / thor edition