Pete Wentz tattoo appreciation 

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rainbowsparklekittens:

you can treat me like a princess and i’ll treat you like a princess we can be gay princesses together

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thecultofcraze:

amoureuux:

oh

That’s okay, I didn’t need my heart.

thecultofcraze:

amoureuux:

oh

That’s okay, I didn’t need my heart.

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kylekallgren:

neilcicierega:

thehpalliance:

The YouTube community needs net neutrality.
The world is better off with the Potter Puppet Pals in them. Whether you’ve only seen Mysterious Ticking Noise or consider yourself a seasoned puppet historian, it’s clear that these puppets could probably take over the world. Instead, they make people laugh. We’re happy they’re here, and we’re happy we can get our PPP fix whenever we want to just by going to their channel. We want it to stay that way.
If big cable companies had their way, content would stop being equally accessible. For YouTubers, uploading videos would be next to impossible to begin with and we’d have to wait hours just to watch one video. Meanwhile, network television clips and dodgy advertisements would get priority access to your eyeballs.
We need to let the FCC know where we stand.
Join thousands of channels in signing the petition.

Help keep the puppets alive.

Best argument I’ve seen.

kylekallgren:

neilcicierega:

thehpalliance:

The YouTube community needs net neutrality.

The world is better off with the Potter Puppet Pals in them. Whether you’ve only seen Mysterious Ticking Noise or consider yourself a seasoned puppet historian, it’s clear that these puppets could probably take over the world. Instead, they make people laugh. We’re happy they’re here, and we’re happy we can get our PPP fix whenever we want to just by going to their channel. We want it to stay that way.

If big cable companies had their way, content would stop being equally accessible. For YouTubers, uploading videos would be next to impossible to begin with and we’d have to wait hours just to watch one video. Meanwhile, network television clips and dodgy advertisements would get priority access to your eyeballs.

We need to let the FCC know where we stand.

Join thousands of channels in signing the petition.

Help keep the puppets alive.

Best argument I’ve seen.

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