pr1nceshawn:

The Photos Disney Characters Would Take If They Had Instagram Accounts by Simona Bonafini.

(via effyeahdisneyprincesses)


scottisbackincali:

So many feels


lilystitches:

Chloe is my favorite forever. Also this would be my legit reaction to ditching anything and going to Disney. Just ugly cries forever. 



scottisbackincali:

cecile-palmer-blog:

norse-nature-spirit:

miisuhx:

THE ULTIMATE SNUGGLES


SNUGGLES INTENSIFIES

brittanee is like this some times.   I love it.

Hahaha totally me. I’m a cat.

scottisbackincali:

cecile-palmer-blog:

norse-nature-spirit:

miisuhx:

THE ULTIMATE SNUGGLES

SNUGGLES INTENSIFIES

brittanee is like this some times. I love it.

Hahaha totally me. I’m a cat.


pottern:

don’t date someone you wouldn’t have a harry potter movie marathon with

(via mad-man-with-a-bowtie)




We haven’t discussed the subject of payment. You can’t get something for nothing, you know.

(via ariell-thelittlemermaid)


When a local government’s very existence depends on its citizens breaking the law — when fines from ordinance violations are written into city budgets for the upcoming year as a primary or even the main expected source of revenue — the relationship between the government and the governed is not one of public officials serving their constituents, but of preying off of them. When the primary mission of a police department isn’t to protect citizens but to extract money from them, and when the cops themselves don’t look like, live near or have much in common with the people from whom they’re extracting that money, you get cops who start to see the people they’re supposed to be serving not as citizens with rights, but as potential sources of revenue, as lawbreakers to be caught. The residents of these towns then see cops not as public servants drawn from their own community to enforce the laws and keep the peace, but as outsiders brought in to harass them, whose salaries are drawn from that harassment. The same goes for the judges and prosecutors, who also rarely live in the towns that employ them.