can’t wait till all my friends get married and have nice weddings with open bars




What if Wes overheard Sam talking about the class ring Danny gave her in Flirting With Disaster, the one she thought said ‘Wes’, and thinks Danny wants to go steady with him?

omfg and if we’re going with the idea that Wes is starting to suspect Danny as being Phantom…


grabbing onto the back of the wes wagon for a couple minutes haha


being a lesbian automatically makes ur punk rock level 300 over the maximum punx level of all men sorry i dont make the rules



Whoever reblogs this, I will draw a little sketch of what I think of your URL! This ends May 5th! I’ll do all, I swear. c:

juneluxray said: good

Very good. I’m not 100% on what exactly would happen to me, but I’m glad I still have a clean criminal record.

ectoplasmicjello said: just WHY

Not very specific, so I’ll address the why I did it and why she isn’t pressing charges.

This, unfortunately, turned into such a long-ass fucking rant about everything I hate concerning this woman, so I’ll throw under a read-more. Sorry.

TL;DR: I did it because she was a horrible wife, she’s an abusive mother to her kids and is an overall shitty person.

She isn’t pressing charges because her parents said if she did, they were writing her out of the will because they think she deserved the ass-whooping.

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i just want a boy to like me

no not that one

(Source: loganlermen)


So now that we have a Wes, can we get a scene where he comes up to Danny and starts babbling and Sam, irritated, asks who this guy is, and he goes “My name’s Wes.”

Sam looks at Danny with disbelief because “this is the guy you’re giving the ring to?!”


straight boys think girls can’t take compliments, and that’s ridiculous cause i’ve seen so many girls compliment each other, i’ve seen conversations & friendships blossom from girls complimenting each other in line, on the street, at school waiting for the bys, pretty much anywhere.

the problem is straight boys think sexual harassment & assault are compliments.



"Be my son, Daniel"