Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump 2002-2014
"Patrick is pretty much the only person on this planet that gets me. I’d be nowhere without him. We are a two man gang."
hello taylor!!!!!!!!!!!!! <333333 i hope you have a good day also, love.
- Mikayla (also known as beckettinga (also known as harrylouis1922 (also known as Mikayla)))
wow! she replied to me, taylor (butt-implants)!! i feel so honoured! what a time to be alive!!!
I cant believe you even like me, mikayla (harrylouis1922 (beckettinga)) haha ur my favourite blog im blushing!!
what a coincidence that we have matching icons! wow!
of course i like you! me, taylor (also known as tumblr user butt-implants) does indeed like you friend! i can’t believe you took time out of your busy schedule to reply to me, butt-implants!!
haha cool :)
titan arum and rafflesia produce the largest flowers in the world and both have the nickname “carrion flower” for creating odors that smell like rotten meat so stick that on your head and crown it
I love the flower crown meme but this made me laugh so damn hard.
also titan arum’s Latin name literally translates to ‘giant misshapen phallus’ so
This is so very awesome.
Washington-based artist Paula Strawn found a way to turn a necessary medical device into an adorable accessory. She customizes tiny corrective helmets worn by babies with Brachycephaly or flat head syndrome. It’s a treatable cosmetic condition that simply requires the infant to wear a helmet for 3-4 months. The cranial remolding helmets are plain white devices. That is, until Paula Strawn gets her hands on them.
According to the artist, many people become uncomfortable and avoid eye contact when they see a baby wearing a helmet. With Strawn’s artistic creations, however, parents and infants receive compliments and curious questions instead of pitying or worried looks. She says, “Often, it creates an opportunity to have a conversation and explain what the helmet is for and that it is not a scary situation.”
Strawn got her start with a request from a friend who wanted to beautify her infant granddaughter’s helmet. When that baby’s doctor saw the wonderfully painted helmet, he asked Strawn for business card and fliers for his office. So many parents were interested in custom-painted helmets that Strawn has since started her own business, Lazardo Art. She’s been in business for 12 years now and has painted over 1200 head-shaping helmets for babies all over the US.
Visit the Lazardo Art website to check out more of Paula’s painted baby helmets.
[via My Modern Metropolis]
BABY ZACK LOOKS LIKE HE’S TRYING TO SEDUCE ME
First photo of the new Achievement Hunter office!