This blog contains a mix of Bandom (P!ATD, William Beckett, FOB, a little MCR & Cobra Starship), One Direction, The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Teen Wolf, LGBTQ topics, science, art, fashion and people I find attractive. There are other things, I'm sure.

As for the blog owner: I'm 26, I've got a degree in biology, and I work with 1st graders on a daily basis.

Mature content including hetero-, bi- and homo- sexual imagery will be posted.





being gay before the invention of lube must have been a pain in the ass

according to my history professor this is actually a huge contributing factor to the popularity of olive oil in Ancient Greece

this is the best possible thing that i will ever learn and i thank you for that


Crock Pot Recipes for Fall and Winter



I love cooking hearty dishes, and warm treats in the Fall and Winter, which is why I also love slow cooker recipes. So here is massive list of recipes that are great for this time of year!

Soups, Stews, and Entrées

In 2014, the cheerleaders revolted. This January, rookie NFL cheerleader Lacy T. kicked things off when she filed a class action lawsuit against the Oakland Raiders, alleging that the team fails to pay its Raiderettes minimum wage, withholds their pay until the end of the season, imposes illegal fines for minor infractions (like gaining 5 pounds), and forces cheerleaders to pay their own business expenses (everything from false eyelashes to monthly salon visits). Within a month, Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Alexa Brenneman had filed a similar suit against her team, claiming that the Ben-Gals are paid just $2.85 an hour for their work on the sidelines. And Tuesday, five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders filed suit against their own team, alleging that the Buffalo Jills were required to perform unpaid work for the team for about 20 hours a week. Unpaid activities included: submitting to a weekly “jiggle test” (where cheer coaches “scrutinized the women’s stomach, arms, legs, hips, and butt while she does jumping jacks”); parading around casinos in bikinis “for the gratification of the predominantly male crowd”; and offering themselves up as prizes at a golf tournament, where they were required to sit on men’s laps on the golf carts, submerge themselves in a dunk tank, and perform backflips for tips (which they did not receive). The Buffalo Jills cheerleaders take home just $105 to $1,800 for an entire season on the job.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that the thing you’re cooking, it needs more garlic.

I don’t care if it’s made of garlic, it needs more garlic. (via boitediabolique)

(Source: dreadtechnician)