flaunting my class

hi! my name's molly! 18. NJ. i'm an aspiring comedy writer and a high school senior!

luxvriously:

i think broken people love the deepest

(via seanp0donnell)

“Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a person isn’t the way they actually are.”

—    John Green, Paper Towns (via psych-facts)

(via jewafro)

crooksh4nks:

Odile Rocher

crooksh4nks:

Odile Rocher

(via filthy-hippie-vibes)

(via lmaoalien)

(Source: euneirophrenia-team, via shopjeen)

futuremuslim:

Teach your kids from an early age. Don’t tell them lies like Santa Claus, tell them reality even if they don’t fully understand. Plant seeds in their minds that will grow. Then they’ll be of real benefit for humanity, and not like those who want to gain material wealth even if it means selling their soul. 
RP from @dilute_the_power

futuremuslim:

Teach your kids from an early age. Don’t tell them lies like Santa Claus, tell them reality even if they don’t fully understand. Plant seeds in their minds that will grow. Then they’ll be of real benefit for humanity, and not like those who want to gain material wealth even if it means selling their soul.
RP from @dilute_the_power

(via smiling-while--dying)

deux-zero-deux:

it actually is illegal. officers are required to wear their name tags for accountability purposes.
if a cashier can be penalized for being on the clock without a name tag, so can an officer. the biggest fucked up part about it is that you can’t even report it to their superiors because their superiors probably told them to remove their tags.

deux-zero-deux:

it actually is illegal. officers are required to wear their name tags for accountability purposes.

if a cashier can be penalized for being on the clock without a name tag, so can an officer. the biggest fucked up part about it is that you can’t even report it to their superiors because their superiors probably told them to remove their tags.

(Source: thesoftghetto, via brolives)

(Source: al-grave, via duhhhvinci)