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Kerri • 22. Media Buyer/Planner • Southampton, UK.
Sep 29 '14
My Chemical Romance - MCR NEW LEAKED SINGLE

the-world-is-u-g-l-y:

MCR NEW LEAKED SINGLE

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Sep 29 '14

superiorescalator:

please watch this vine

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Sep 29 '14

I missed Jae a lot this weekend.

Even though it’s been a good weekend i did have a moment Saturday night when i really missed Jae. The last time we spent any nice time together was at my house in Dorset, and we’ve had some great times there with my Family, like Easter! 
I knew he would of loved this weekend too, seeing all the locals in the pub again and all the fun we had with my parents. I did read something online that made me realise why i am still so upset about Jae and I not really working out. It’s because he is the first person i’ve ever considered the possibility of being more than just my boyfriend. I’ve never had that kind of feeling before with any of my exes. I could see a proper future, even things like families and stuff. Which is something i very rarely think about, i am not that kind of person. It’s made me think a lot.

Tags: life love

Sep 29 '14

This weekend has been perfect! 

I was back at my parents in Dorset, we did lots of shopping, catching up and most importantly, Drinking.
I had a lovely afternoon having lunch and catching up with Miff, followed by hitting the Carnival with Dad, then off to The Arms for the current Landlords last night there. We drank the bar dry. In our group alone we had the last of the cider, spiced rum, southern comfort and dark rum. 
I aquired a beer garden umbrella, which Dad and I put up in the kitchen at quarter to 2 in the morning, just for mum to find in the morning.

Most mums would be annoyed about this, not mine. She loves it. It’s currently out in the garden, the old umbrella has been ditched!

:) I love my parents so much, and life in Dorset, I miss it a lot!

Tags: dorset life me

Sep 27 '14
cultofthepigeon:

casualdorkpatrol:

the-salt-in-our-carbs:

the-fury-of-a-time-lord:

micdotcom:

Trailer: Tim Burton’s next movie looks surprisingly … normal. Well, almost.
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ok but i didn’t know the true story behind this until just now
GUYS THIS LADY’S HUSBAND TOOK CREDIT FOR HER ARTWORK AND SHE STRAIGHT UP TOOK HIM TO COURT OVER ITTHEY HAD A FUCKING PAINT-OFF IN THE GODDAMN COURT ROOM WHICH SHE WON BECAUSE HE MADE EXCUSES FOR WHY HE COULDN’T DO ITTHE POWERPUFF GIRLS ARE INSPIRED BY THIS WOMAN’S ARTWORK
sorry i’m just really REALLY fascinated by this story

wait this movie looks amazing tho

gonna see it

WATCHIGN THAT TRAILER AND READING ABOUT THIS AMAZING WOMAN MADE ME SMILE SO MUCH OH MY GOD

cultofthepigeon:

casualdorkpatrol:

the-salt-in-our-carbs:

the-fury-of-a-time-lord:

micdotcom:

Trailer: Tim Burton’s next movie looks surprisingly … normal. Well, almost.

Follow micdotcom

ok but i didn’t know the true story behind this until just now

GUYS THIS LADY’S HUSBAND TOOK CREDIT FOR HER ARTWORK AND SHE STRAIGHT UP TOOK HIM TO COURT OVER IT

THEY HAD A FUCKING PAINT-OFF IN THE GODDAMN COURT ROOM WHICH SHE WON BECAUSE HE MADE EXCUSES FOR WHY HE COULDN’T DO IT

THE POWERPUFF GIRLS ARE INSPIRED BY THIS WOMAN’S ARTWORK

sorry i’m just really REALLY fascinated by this story

wait this movie looks amazing tho

gonna see it

WATCHIGN THAT TRAILER AND READING ABOUT THIS AMAZING WOMAN MADE ME SMILE SO MUCH OH MY GOD

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Sep 27 '14

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Sep 24 '14

Front Room/Balcony :)

We need more things on the walls in here, got a lot of photos to add to our collection. Carl needs to print out his photoshop of us as the Queen/Prince Charles to put up!

Tags: home flat southampton soton life

Sep 24 '14
fuckyeahlost:

10 Years After LOST Premiered, Damon Lindelof Reveals Why He “Broke Down Sobbing” and Opens Up About Show’s Legacy
This is a good read and I recommend reading the whole thing, but I really just love this:

“I hope it’s remembered for the experience that happened in the six days in between the airings of the episodes. As a TV viewer, for so long I had been feeling, with the exception of some of the things that were happening on cable like The Sopranos, that there weren’t really any watercooler shows that gave that feeling of, ‘I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next.’ The last time I had really experienced that feeling on network TV was with the X-Files and then more recently Alias, which I was just as obsessed with as you were.
It was about that level of anticipation. I understand that Christmas morning is really important. But I’m a Christmas Eve guy. The level of excitement that I felt as a kid on Christmas Eve, and now as a parent that I watch my kid experience, that sense of anticipation and excitement, I just feel like it’s so hard to generate that feeling in people. We are inclined to be cynical because we protect ourselves from potential disappointment, but just that sense of, ‘Oh I really can’t wait for this’ is so cool. As much as I love binge-viewing myself, you cannot experience that while binge-watching a show. I binge-watched the first two seasons of Breaking Bad and then I was caught up for season three, and then I started to have that feeling of like, ‘Oh my god, it’s so exciting now that I’m now anticipating what is going to happen next.’
The other thing I remember so fondly is that feeling that you were a part of something. The feeling that you were a part of this community of people who were watching the show and arguing about this show and theorizing about this show and and just the intense speculation about the mythology. The passion in people’s voices when they would talk about the show.  
I think that the show was so full of life for so long and that’s what I would wish is to just kind of remember that level of excitement that people experienced as they were watching the show.”

fuckyeahlost:

10 Years After LOST Premiered, Damon Lindelof Reveals Why He “Broke Down Sobbing” and Opens Up About Show’s Legacy

This is a good read and I recommend reading the whole thing, but I really just love this:

I hope it’s remembered for the experience that happened in the six days in between the airings of the episodes. As a TV viewer, for so long I had been feeling, with the exception of some of the things that were happening on cable like The Sopranos, that there weren’t really any watercooler shows that gave that feeling of, ‘I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next.’ The last time I had really experienced that feeling on network TV was with the X-Files and then more recently Alias, which I was just as obsessed with as you were.

It was about that level of anticipation. I understand that Christmas morning is really important. But I’m a Christmas Eve guy. The level of excitement that I felt as a kid on Christmas Eve, and now as a parent that I watch my kid experience, that sense of anticipation and excitement, I just feel like it’s so hard to generate that feeling in people. We are inclined to be cynical because we protect ourselves from potential disappointment, but just that sense of, ‘Oh I really can’t wait for this’ is so cool. As much as I love binge-viewing myself, you cannot experience that while binge-watching a show. I binge-watched the first two seasons of Breaking Bad and then I was caught up for season three, and then I started to have that feeling of like, ‘Oh my god, it’s so exciting now that I’m now anticipating what is going to happen next.’

The other thing I remember so fondly is that feeling that you were a part of something. The feeling that you were a part of this community of people who were watching the show and arguing about this show and theorizing about this show and and just the intense speculation about the mythology. The passion in people’s voices when they would talk about the show.  

I think that the show was so full of life for so long and that’s what I would wish is to just kind of remember that level of excitement that people experienced as they were watching the show.”

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Sep 24 '14
So this is legitimately on my CV now.
I hate writing CV’s, i’m a massive waffler so nothing is ever concise! Plus there is no clear direction on what anybody wants in a CV. EVERYWHERE TELLS YOU SOMETHING DIFFERENT.
Originally i didn’t have “interest” or anything more personal on there, but my manager said he likes the interest sections, as you get a feel for what the person is like from it, which is good for them if they get lots of CVs!

So this is legitimately on my CV now.

I hate writing CV’s, i’m a massive waffler so nothing is ever concise! Plus there is no clear direction on what anybody wants in a CV. EVERYWHERE TELLS YOU SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

Originally i didn’t have “interest” or anything more personal on there, but my manager said he likes the interest sections, as you get a feel for what the person is like from it, which is good for them if they get lots of CVs!

Tags: cv job myself

Sep 24 '14
alibuttons:

What You’ve been waiting for! #Maxheron

Awh, these two make my life! So cute :)

alibuttons:

What You’ve been waiting for! #Maxheron

Awh, these two make my life! So cute :)

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Sep 23 '14
Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a person isn’t the way they actually are.
— John Green (via psych-facts)

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Sep 23 '14

iraffiruse:

Trying to sleep while drunk

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Sep 23 '14

Awh.

Carl just came in and gave me a hug and told me he wasn’t angry with me about the internet being slow on his xbox, he’s just angry at the xbox and apologised. 
I keep forgetting he knows about my tumblr and that he does look at it occasionally. 

I’ve been thinking about this for a while now, and wanted to post something sooner. Carl and i have the healthiest friendship i think i have ever had. We never argue or fight about anything, mainly as we’re too laid back about everything. We’re open with pretty much everything, from how we’re feeling to things like a classic Carl line “I fingered her on the settee….right where you’re sitting”. He told me this as i was on the phone to my mum too. I really need to learn to stop stopping myself if i do have problems and want to talk about them. I know i’ve kept a lot of stuff i’ve been feeling about Jae in my own head/on here, and Carl is there to listen and give me advice. He didn’t realise how much it’d affected me until we chatted the other day.
But yeah, super healthy friendship. And it’s like living in a TMNT cartoon as we eat a lot of pizza and call each other “dude”, “man” and “bro” a lot.

Tags: friendship housemate

Sep 23 '14

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Sep 23 '14

spookymrsboo:

The Odessa Catacombs

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In Odessa, when someone’s water line suddenly breaks, or a house settles oddly, or a family pet goes missing, it is not uncommon for Ukrainians to curse about “those damn catacombs.”

They are not being delusional, for underneath their houses run some 2,500 kilometers of catacombs, carved into the limestone that the city is built upon. (To get a sense of how much tunnel system that really is, it is only 2138 kilometers from Odessa to Paris.)

The date of the earliest catacombs in Odessa is difficult to determine (as they were all widened at a later date) but they likely date back to the 1600s if not farther. However, the catacombs began to truly grow into their astonishing, labyrinthian form in the early 1800s when the limestone quarried from them was used to build much of the city.

Odessa’s catacombs quickly became the preferred hideout of rebels, criminals, and eccentrics. During WWII although the Soviets had been forced out of the city they left behind dozens of soviet-organized Ukrainian rebel groups hidden below the city in the expansive catacombs.

Hiding in the catacombs for as much as 13 months, literally below the noses and feet of the Nazis above, they waited for a chance to strike or relay information. The men (and women; the rebel groups usually contained a least a few women) would play chess, checkers, cook, and listen to Soviet Radio, generally trying to make a normal life below the surface of the city. They tried to ignore the malnutrition and malaria which afflicted many of them. Many of the partisan groups lived in the catacombs for the entirety of the rest of the war and on occasion the partisan groups even managed to blow up German facilities.

The Fascist Germans and Romanians meanwhile chose random catacomb exits and sealed them, hoping to trap the men below the city forever, and occasionally tossed poison gas canisters into the catacombs hoping to smoke the soviet rebels out.

Once the war was over the catacombs became home to numerous smuggling and criminal groups, who widened and created new tunnel systems of their own. In 1961, the “Search” (Poisk) club was created, headed by Constantine Pronin of the Paleontological Museum of OSU, and became the first official catacomb exploration unit, meant to explore the catacombs and help document the history of the partisan movement.

Today there is an entire Ukrainian subculture of catacomb explorers with dozens of semiprofessional groups, often quite competitive, exploring the catacombs. They go on multi-day underground treks, known as expeditions, to document and map the system. Should someone get lost in the catacombs, (as happens every couple of years) these groups put aside their differences and mount large search expeditions. They have rescued a number of children who have wandered into the catacombs.

In September 1995, in honor of the 200th anniversary of Odessa, the record for the longest underground journey in the catacombs was broken by a 27-hour continuos journey of over 40 kilometers. (Had they walked in a straight line the journey would only have been 9.5 kilometers.) Shortly after this the mapping of a huge unexplored area of the catacombs known as “K-29” was begun.

Partisan weapon caches such as rifles and grenades are occasionally still found within the tunnels, and about once every five years a body is found. On rare occasions these bodies are almost perfectly mummified, freeze dried by the cold, dry air of the tunnels. While most of the time the bodies found are from long ago, bones of soldiers and smugglers, more recent accidents have been known to happen.

On January 1st 2005, some Odessa teens decided to spend New Year’s night partying in the catacombs. However, in the drunken revelry a member of the group, a girl named Masha, became separated and lost in the catacombs. She spent three days wandering in the freezing cold and pitch black before she died of dehydration. It took two years before the police were able to locate her body and retrieve it from the catacombs.

**click here for picture of remains - TRIGGER WARNING DECOMPOSING DEAD BODY**

While going into the catacombs is not illegal, there is only one small portion of the catacombs that is officially open to the public, which can be seen at the “Museum of Partisan Glory” in Nerubayskoye, north of Odessa.

It would be extremely dangerous to try and explore the catacombs on one’s own. However, professionals can be hired at the cost of 250 hryvnia per person, depending on the time spent underground, the complexity and length of the route, the number of tourists and options for delivery to the site entrance to the underground area.

http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/odessa-catacombs

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