A Collection of Things.

Lover of most things dark, creepy and odd. Clothes, fairytales, vintage things, old houses, and life in general.

COOL QUESTIONS FOR COOL PEOPLE

  • 1: If you were of the opposite gender, what name would you want to have?
  • 2: If you could witness any historical event in person, which one would it be and why?
  • 3: What kind of sandwich best describes your personality?
  • 4: If your crush or significant other were to turn in to a ferret, what would you do? Would you still like/love them?
  • 5: If you became dictator of your country, and you can enact one law that could not be repealed once you are forcibly removed from office, what would that law be?
  • 6: What is your opinion of Canada?
  • 7: What is your spirit animal?
  • 8: If you could change your skin color to anything outside of the natural palette of skin colors, what color would you choose?
  • 9: What was the last movie you chose not to watch?
  • 10: If you were a farmer, what would you grow?
  • 11: What do you miss the most?
  • 12: What is your favorite sequel film?
  • 13: Rural area, small town, suburb, or big city?
  • 14: What's your favorite branch of the military?
  • 15: What year of school was best for you?
  • 16: What is your favorite month, excluding whichever month contains your birthday?
  • 17: What is your favorite type of pie?
  • 18: Do you enjoy being single?
  • 19: Do you prefer rivers, lakes, or oceans?
  • 20: If you had to have one feature on your body changed to a canine version of said feature, what would you choose?
  • 21: What is your favorite font?
  • 22: What is the highest number of cats you can imagine yourself owning?
  • 23: What was your last date like?
  • 24: Who are you?
  • 25: What is your least favorite illicit substance?
  • 26: What is your opinion on 80's music?
  • 27: If you could add something to the high school curriculum, what would you add?
  • 28: What is your favorite album artwork?
  • 29: What is your favorite non-social networking website?
  • 30: What is your favorite boy band?
  • 31: What is your least favorite casual dining establishment?
  • 32: You are allowed one beverage and one candy for the rest of your life. What would you choose?
  • 33: If you had to be stranded somewhere on Earth, miles from civilization, what biome would you choose and why?
  • 34: What is your preferred projectile?
  • 35: You have inherited a nightclub in a major city. What modifications would you make to it?
  • 36: What have you done recently to dismantle the patriarchy?
  • 37: What song did you most recently get tired of due to its overplaying?
  • 38: What is your favorite piece of clothing?
  • 39: What was the most awkward moment of your romantic history?
  • 40: What brought you to Tumblr?
  • 41: What product or service do you find ridiculously overpriced?
  • 42: Why did you send the last anonymous Tumblr message you sent?
  • 43: Who is your favorite one-hit wonder of the last twenty years?
  • 44: How many people, outside of your immediate family, do you know the birthdays of by heart?
  • 45: What is your favorite speech?
  • 46: What is your least favorite song from your favorite musical?
  • 47: How do you feel about dating exes?
  • 48: What is your favorite vegetable?
  • 49: Who is your favorite fictional villain?
  • 50: What is your favorite police procedural?

I ignored your aura but it grabbed me by the hand, like the moon pulled the tide, and the tide pulled the sand.

—Talib Kweli, Beautiful.  (via beejayway)

(Source: crowmantic, via justcallmebettydrake)

Because lying to your kids about sex helps nobody. Telling them that sex is “only between mommies and daddies” is a lie that leads to confused, hormone charged teenagers. Telling them that sex is “only something that happens when two people love each other very much” is a lie that causes hormone charged teenagers to confuse “love” with “lust,” or “obsession.” It leads to leaps of logic like, “If I have sex with them, we must be in love.” Or worse- “If I love them, I have to have sex with them.” And how many teenage tragedies are based on that misconception?