Musings of a ManicButterfly

Sometimes brilliant. Sometimes ridiculous. Mostly random and a little obsessive.
Grow up, they said. Get a life, they said.
DONE.  Next?
#missionaccomplished #ilikehowredshroomgotattitude #withhislittlecapcockedsideways

Grow up, they said. Get a life, they said.
DONE. Next?
#missionaccomplished #ilikehowredshroomgotattitude #withhislittlecapcockedsideways

tastefullyoffensive:

How to Get 10% Off Your Order at Not a Burger Stand in Burbank, CA

Previously: Funny and Creative Sandwich Board Signs

Love this!!

(via grandpianopossessed)

Disney movies + sceneries

Disney spam for my dash

(Source: mickeyandcompany, via disneysfairytale)

I’m an adult, but not like a real adult

anyone between the ages of 18 and 25 (via prettyboystyles)

yeah no it definitely gets worse after 25

(via helioscentrifuge)

Yeah it does.

(via grandpianopossessed)

basedpidgeot:

avengers assemble

Greatest canine post in the history of ever. Period.

(Source: xbox420, via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

lensblr-network:

yet some more from the archives. this is a series of photos taken inside a church. there are more at the source, but the file size is too big to post here :/ … i didn’t have a tripod, but i wanted to have a large depth of field, so i shot these at quite a high iso… i just love the ornateness, and level of detail in this building!

I love old cathedrals, everything about them. The attention to detail in the architecture and design, the the height and cavernous space inside, the acoustics, the smell of incense and candles that never quite fades. The sense of wonder they give me. The whispers of history—good or bad—that echo through them.

(Source: Flickr / pentaprizm)

Fangirling so hard right now…
Let’s talk about this trailer for a sec: so beautifully edited! All the awards!
How is it that this series keeps getting better and better??!

I was seventeen years old when I watched ‘The Fall’ on a whim, not knowing that this movie was going to change my life. At the time I was suffering from heavy depression, anxiety and on the verge of emotional and physical collapse due to Anorexia and Bulimia. 

Upon seeing this movie, it changed my outlook on life. It showed me that despite thinking I was alone, that there was no one around who cared and even when I thought I was undesirable, there was always someone. I came to realize that the world is not perfect and it is filled with heartbreak, hatred and curses but it also is filled with beauty and hope. That you are never alone, that there is always someone who depends on you and leaving them alone, like the many who left me, creates a malicious cycle of anger and sorrow. 

The day I saw this movie was the day I went into recovery for my eating disorders, it was the day I decided to get help for my mental issues and it was the day that I decided to come clean about my behaviour to those I loved. It was the beginning of the steady road to happiness, to feeling love. Since that evening, I have dedicated my life to surviving the impossible and to making it out alive. I have come to terms with my issues, I have come to terms with the struggles I still have ahead of me, but I have also come to terms with the amazing people in my life who have tried to help me all along but I never allowed them to. 

It took a quiet evening on April 20th, 2013 to realize how precious my life is, that every bandit has a happy ending and most importantly, that the water is only waist high. (x)

Beautiful

(via gedebe)

and miles to go before I sleep

I’m on so much caffeine that my brain is hyperthreading