brentwalker092:

You don’t hear all that much news about Prince Harry lately :)

NSFW. I know, right!  Hot ginger, not Prince Harry, but just as hot.

brentwalker092:

You don’t hear all that much news about Prince Harry lately :)

NSFW. I know, right! Hot ginger, not Prince Harry, but just as hot.

(via wolfgangbang)

NSFW old school hotness

NSFW old school hotness

(Source: malepornaddict, via youngforold)

tapthatguy-x-version:

Go stand in the corner and GIVE ME 20!

NSFW. Milky ginger.

tapthatguy-x-version:

Go stand in the corner and GIVE ME 20!

NSFW. Milky ginger.

(Source: nakedmen22)

tapthatguy-x-version:

HIMYF - How I Met Your Father.

NSFW   fucking woof!   Ok?   ‘Nuff said.

tapthatguy-x-version:

HIMYF - How I Met Your Father.

NSFW fucking woof! Ok? ‘Nuff said.

(Source: barebearx)

morgrana:

spoken-not-written:

phlilester:

spoken-not-written:

whoever invented cramps is an asshole

ur an 18 year old boy

NOT JUST FEMALES GET CRAMPS WTF I GOT CRAMP IN MY FOOT FROM ALL THE SEX I’VE NOT BEEN HAVING OKAY CRAMPS DONT JUST HAPPEN IN THE LADY POCKET REGION OR WHATEVER

the lady pocket region

I don’t think I need to add anything else.

(via crazy-crocheter)

tripnight:

NSFW. This dude has a nice dick, fun pics and is easy on the eyes.

(Source: str8ozboys, via takeofyourpantsandjackit)

victoriousvocabulary:

KOSZMAR
[noun]
nightmare; a frightening or unpleasant dream.
Etymology: Polish, from French, from Middle French cauchemare, from Old French cauquemare; composed by two elements, blend of cauche (ultimately from Latin calcō, “trample, tread on”) and mar (ultimately from Proto-Germanic *marǭ, “nightmare, incubus”, from Proto-Indo-European *mor-, “malicious female spirit”.
[Imaginism Studios]



I love words and word history (etymology).

victoriousvocabulary:

KOSZMAR

[noun]

nightmare; a frightening or unpleasant dream.

Etymology: Polish, from French, from Middle French cauchemare, from Old French cauquemare; composed by two elements, blend of cauche (ultimately from Latin calcō, “trample, tread on”) and mar (ultimately from Proto-Germanic *marǭ, “nightmare, incubus”, from Proto-Indo-European *mor-, “malicious female spirit”.

[Imaginism Studios]

I love words and word history (etymology).

(via the-weatherwitch)

A man tells his stories so many times that he becomes the stories. They live on after him, and in that way he becomes immortal.

I loved this movie. The truth embellished or perhaps misinterpreted…

(Source: gilliananderson, via crowfeathersandcrochet)