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24

Apr

sexuallysassynonthreateninggay:

mshoneysucklepink:

Tell me he isn’t Cooper Anderson’s brother…

I didn’t even notice that! Awesome!

(Source: cumberblaine)

utakpandesal:

Another gifs for mama & papa criss, appreciation for the two people who gave us Darren Criss.

(Source: nabees2)

(Source: klincheltana)

fluffyirwins:

ashtonsjeans:

(x)

this girl is in all of us

she’s my spirit animal 

vercxce:

My internet was down for 5 minutes so i went downstairs and spoke to my family

They seem like nice people

"What you do is a tiny, pathetic subset of dancing. I will attempt to turn your robotic routines into poetry, written with the human body. Follow me, or perish, sweater monkeys."

deletedpenguin:

pleasedonttaketheskyfromme:

blackestglass:

mapsontheweb:

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed America

As a New Yorker, I feel personally victimized by Hollywood.

sharknado

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed Hollywood

deletedpenguin:

pleasedonttaketheskyfromme:

blackestglass:

mapsontheweb:

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed America

As a New Yorker, I feel personally victimized by Hollywood.

sharknado

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed Hollywood

(Source: theconcourse.deadspin.com)

someone:
we finish each other's s-
me:
TEVE ROGERS

(Source: kushandwizdom)

Anonymous asked: Are you into BDSM?

neilnevins:

I’ve always been a fan of Bob Dylan’s Sensual Music 

homosaxual:

funimationentertainment:

what if doorbells went dong ding instead of ding dong

don’t say something like that

23

Apr

nychealth:

Today, NYC Health launched a new ad campaign today warning people that listening to headphones at high volume can cause tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and irreversible hearing loss. The ads encourage people to protect their hearing by turning down the volume when using headphones.
 
To protect your hearing when using headphones, remember to:
Reduce the volume, limit listening time, and take regular breaks.
Never listen at maximum volume and do not turn the volume up to drown out external noise.
Use volume limiting features of personal listening devices.
Know the early signs of hearing loss and ask a doctor for a hearing test if you have trouble hearing conversation, need to turn up the volumes on TV, radio or personal music players or experience ringing in the ear.
For more information, read the full Press Release and our report on Hearing Problems and Headphone Use in New York City (PDF).

nychealth:

Today, NYC Health launched a new ad campaign today warning people that listening to headphones at high volume can cause tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and irreversible hearing loss. The ads encourage people to protect their hearing by turning down the volume when using headphones.

 

To protect your hearing when using headphones, remember to:

  • Reduce the volume, limit listening time, and take regular breaks.
  • Never listen at maximum volume and do not turn the volume up to drown out external noise.
  • Use volume limiting features of personal listening devices.

Know the early signs of hearing loss and ask a doctor for a hearing test if you have trouble hearing conversation, need to turn up the volumes on TV, radio or personal music players or experience ringing in the ear.

For more information, read the full Press Release and our report on Hearing Problems and Headphone Use in New York City (PDF).

(Source: yxxngthuglife)