is-cloudy-my-new-clear:

These are some of my favorite moments of the Heathers sheet music.

youmay-takethefield:

So I saw instrument shaming is now a thing…

youmay-takethefield:

So I saw instrument shaming is now a thing…

schuylersaysstuff:

If you don’t think brass players are the best kissers you are wrong.

reblog if you ARE bisexual, SUPPORT bisexuals, or are a FIVE-HUNDRED FOOT TALL AMPHIBIOUS MONSTER arising out of the MARIANA TRENCH

misandry-mermaid:

forgetpolitics:

Love how all the POC look 1000% done with this shit.

Halloween is coming up, yall

supermarioboe:

I found this fabric at the store the other day and now I get to have pillow cases made out of it for my room. #nerd

supermarioboe:

I found this fabric at the store the other day and now I get to have pillow cases made out of it for my room. #nerd

notpulpcovers:

AL PARKER http://flic.kr/p/oWXxJT

mostlysignssomeportents:

The term cobra effect stems from an anecdote set at the time of British rule of colonial India. The British government was concerned about the number of venomous cobra snakes in Delhi.[3] The government therefore offered a bounty for every dead cobra. Initially this was a successful strategy as large numbers of snakes were killed for the reward. Eventually, however, enterprising persons began to breed cobras for the income. When the government became aware of this, the reward program was scrapped, causing the cobra breeders to set the now-worthless snakes free. As a result, the wild cobra population further increased. The apparent solution for the problem made the situation even worse.