lifehackable:

maybe the grass is always greener on the other side because it’s fertilized with bullshit

thisishangingrockcomics:

*becomes a slime lord to casually melt out of conversation with overbearing coworker*

twistedlandstourguide:

I shall try to remember.

twistedlandstourguide:

I shall try to remember.

(Source: m-oon, via eclecticdreamweaver)

plot-twists:

All I want to do is eat flowers & find my favorite constellations in your freckles.

(via plot-twists)

youngfashion-co:

Fashion Bomb Daily - Bombshell of the Day, Lizzy from Texas

the first two outfits are just so awesome

(via plot-twists)

dennys:

As a young boy, Denny was mocked fiercely and without mercy by the townsfolk. The misguided citizens were severely confused by Denny’s obsession for breakfast foods and the four-cornered-den-of-doom. They ignored young Denny, just as he ignored them. For their opinions were worth less than dirt if they didn’t support his passion, nay, his love. And that’s exactly what he told them the day Denny left town. After his speech he walked silently away from the confused townspeople, then stopped, turned, and said:
"You will remember the name Denny. You will remember my Grand Slams. And I? I will forget each and every one of you."
Denny turned once again, and walked far away.
The townspeople all agreed it was a pretty cold thing to say. But they deserved it. And he was right.

dennys:

As a young boy, Denny was mocked fiercely and without mercy by the townsfolk. The misguided citizens were severely confused by Denny’s obsession for breakfast foods and the four-cornered-den-of-doom. They ignored young Denny, just as he ignored them. For their opinions were worth less than dirt if they didn’t support his passion, nay, his love. And that’s exactly what he told them the day Denny left town. After his speech he walked silently away from the confused townspeople, then stopped, turned, and said:

"You will remember the name Denny. You will remember my Grand Slams. And I? I will forget each and every one of you."

Denny turned once again, and walked far away.

The townspeople all agreed it was a pretty cold thing to say. But they deserved it. And he was right.

atlasobscura:

Ancient Kjolur Trail - Kjolur, Iceland

Located on a desert plateau in the highlands of Iceland, the Ancient Kjolur Trail is a long winding road that leads travelers across a historic glacial shortcut written about in the Sagas, used by famous sheep thieves, and forgotten for a century after claiming the lives of some trekkers. 

Since before the time of the vikings, the Kjolur Trail, which runs from North to South between two mountainous glaciers has been a popular way to travel across the barren highland deserts of Iceland. Early reports from the time of the Sagas tell of small armies that would use the road to hurry to and fro from conflict to conflict. However it was during the 18th century when the road began to gain true notoriety. It is rumored that during this period the famous Icelandic outlaw Fjalla-Eyvindur and his wife took up residence along a portion of the road that is now known as the “Valley of Thieves.” In addition to its connection to those criminals, there is also a tale of two travelers who were guiding their flock of 100 sheep along the road and got caught in a snowstorm. Both the shepherds and their flock perished along the way which also created a site known as “Bone Hill.” After this era, the road fell off the map so to speak for almost 100 years before being rediscovered in the 19th century and has since been a popular road for hikers and other visitors.

The geography of the area is also of note for the fields of hot springs and geothermal pools that occur along the way. There are also a number of huts and rock formations that can be visited while traveling on the road. So whether trekkers are looking to walk in the footsteps of history or just to find some nice photo opportunities, the Ancient Kjolur Trail has hundreds of years of answers.

For more on the Ancient Kjolur Trail, visit Atlas Obscura!

Atlas Obscura’s Iceland Week is in partnership with Icelandair, the airline that can fly you to this unreal wonder and many others for surprisingly cheap!

75-year-old grandmother says she was restrained during police raid

Hunter says the early morning raid haunts her to the point where she’s moving out, but not before delivering this message to those she says stood over top of her as she was frightened out of bed

“I’m very irritated and angry, he never said I’m sorry, never apologized for having the wrong house…he said you got to get someone to fix that door.”

wtf
No-fly list used by FBI to coerce Muslims into informing, lawsuit claims

buttgenie:

I JUST PICKED UP THE PHONE BECAUSE MY SCHOOL WAS CALLING AND IT’S ALWAYS A RECORDING BUT IT WAS MY VICE PRINCIPAL’S VOICE TALKING ABOUT HOW SCHOOL STARTS TOMORROW AND I GRUNTED REALLY LOUD AND SCREAMED “NOOOOO” AND HE SAID “excuse me”

(via perks-of-being-chinese)