What About Second Breakfast?

larouau12:

seaofolives:

Tom and Chris moments in Thor: The Dark World gag reel → More fun than should be allowed.

ALWAYS MAKES ME SMILE

nattikay:

fandomsandconservativelogic:

auta—i-lome:

infinitysisters:

calisummer52:

quadworkorange:

what

The amount of hands is not enough

Except that I hate to say, if “a romantic relationship” is what you define as marriage, you’ve either never been married, or if you have, it didn’t or hasn’t lasted longer than 10 months.

^
Romance is neither the end goal nor the ultimate driving force of marriage. The attitude that it is is what the guy on top is criticizing


This. And honestly, I think this attitude is why there’s so many issues with marriage in modern society, why less and less people are going through with it and more and more couples are getting divorced. Marriage is becoming more commonly viewed as just a “legalized” romantic and/or sexual relationship.
It’s not.
Marriage is not all about romance, and certainly not all about sexual attraction. Those things can be part of it, sure, but if they’re the sole driving factors of the relationship, you’re probably not going to get very far.
Marriage is about commitment, loyalty, love (not just of the romantic variety), selflessness, service, and family. Yes, family…also seemingly a less popular lifestyle nowadays. But families are the most basic functioning unit of society. Strong families lead to stronger communities, and families are most stable when they have a mother and a father who both remain loyal and love each other and their children. This is such and important principle that is so horribly underrated in our society and the gradual destruction of this structure is the root of so many modern issues.
Does that mean every married couple has to have children? Not necessary. For some it may not be the right path for them in this life, and others may just be unable to due to fertility problems and the like. But that doesn’t make their marriage any less about commitment, loyalty, etc.
It’s not about romance, sex, or “fun”.
It’s about selfless love, service, and commitment from both sides. For life. (and beyond.)

nattikay:

fandomsandconservativelogic:

auta—i-lome:

infinitysisters:

calisummer52:

quadworkorange:

what

The amount of hands is not enough

Except that I hate to say, if “a romantic relationship” is what you define as marriage, you’ve either never been married, or if you have, it didn’t or hasn’t lasted longer than 10 months.

^

Romance is neither the end goal nor the ultimate driving force of marriage. The attitude that it is is what the guy on top is criticizing

This. And honestly, I think this attitude is why there’s so many issues with marriage in modern society, why less and less people are going through with it and more and more couples are getting divorced. Marriage is becoming more commonly viewed as just a “legalized” romantic and/or sexual relationship.

It’s not.

Marriage is not all about romance, and certainly not all about sexual attraction. Those things can be part of it, sure, but if they’re the sole driving factors of the relationship, you’re probably not going to get very far.

Marriage is about commitment, loyalty, love (not just of the romantic variety), selflessness, service, and family. Yes, family…also seemingly a less popular lifestyle nowadays. But families are the most basic functioning unit of society. Strong families lead to stronger communities, and families are most stable when they have a mother and a father who both remain loyal and love each other and their children. This is such and important principle that is so horribly underrated in our society and the gradual destruction of this structure is the root of so many modern issues.

Does that mean every married couple has to have children? Not necessary. For some it may not be the right path for them in this life, and others may just be unable to due to fertility problems and the like. But that doesn’t make their marriage any less about commitment, loyalty, etc.

It’s not about romance, sex, or “fun”.

It’s about selfless love, service, and commitment from both sides. For life. (and beyond.)

ajacquelineofalltrades:

fyeahlilbit3point0:

Hayley Atwell laying waste to the Agent Carter set: A Timeline

One woman wrecking crew

ajacquelineofalltrades:

fyeahlilbit3point0:

Hayley Atwell laying waste to the Agent Carter set: A Timeline

One woman wrecking crew

thescienceofjohnlock:

Sherlock being more human than Mycroft.

Can you please pray for my schoolwork issues? I'm in an URGENT situation and if I don't get my shit together soon I won't make it to college! I'm just so forgetful and I've lost a years worth of work to hand in and I'm so, so, so scared. I don't know what to do and deadlines are approaching. I'm so scared, please pray for me. <3 please. To st jude for hopeless causes. <3
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alwaysabeautifullife:

I’m praying for your intentions right now 💜

Please reblog and pray!

nbcatoz:

It’s a tale as old as time.

the-fandoms-are-merry:

this is the BEST side pairing out of the entire show. we look back on Mickey and feel bad for him because the Doctor swept Rose off her feet and into time and space, leaving him in the dust. we look back on Martha and feel a bit sad because the Doctor broke her heart and proud that she moved on like the bamf! she is.

but we never knew if they ended up happy until this scene. they’re getting shot at and they’re teasing each other and they’re just so in love with each other

Mickey might not have been Rose’s Doctor, but Rose was never his Martha. Martha couldn’t be Rose, but the Doctor couldn’t be Mickey either.

they’re perfect for each other and they are so great together. ten bucks says Jack had something to do with hooking them up.


You left me in the dark.

You left me in the dark.

the1janitor:

makhbro:

#if a cat and a dog got married this is what they would look like

that is actually a perfect description

My friend was a ridiculously funny girl and, on the surface, was a happy person. Nobody had any idea that she was hurting inside. We always said she was a good faker, but we had no idea she was faking her happiness. It’s really important that everyone realizes that depression is an invisible illness. And anyone, even the seemingly happiest, funniest people, can have it. So be kind, be a friend, and don’t take your loved ones for granted. Ever.

I think one of the hardest things about tonight was seeing all of my old teachers. They spoke so highly of my friend. She was so smart and it was heartbreaking to see all the people who believed in her and saw her great potential

lionsandshadows:

ponchopeligroso:

every single person you know has something in their life and past that is probably worth collapsing to the ground in an uncontrollably sobbing heap over, so be nice to each other and tell good jokes

this is really important.

sapphicnymph:

"I’m the only one that cares about you"

when you hear those words, you turn tail and run as fast as you can. you run before it’s too late. These words are an abuse tactic

you are worth the world, and never, even in your darkest, believe that this one person is the only one who gives a crap. I have seen the kindness of strangers and friends alike, and you are not unloved. do not believe them.