I am Andrew Berry, 20, single, from Liverpool (well, Rainhill) but people don't know where that is O.o It is in England!
I never have anything interesting to put into these info box thingies...
Hmm... I got stuck in a baby swing in 2010.
Yeah, that'll do :D

Come and bond with me over a mutual hatred.

Things I like:
Spongebob!! Photography, PS3 and PC games, going for walks expecially in the rain, (trying) to play the guitar, Thunder+Lightning storms and being with friends. Metal. Rock. Classical.

Things I don't like:
People that instantly judge you off one bit of information, pointless overcast weather ¬_¬" and people that just wont accept that they are the best and AHHHHHHH

Bands
Bullet For My Valentine,Avenged Sevenfold, Metallica, Slipknot, Trivium, Simple Plan, (Early) My Chemical Romance, Evanescence, Machine Head. And lots of other stuff :D

Have a hug :D
(>^.^)>

 

mrakgatiss:

cumber—collective:

lemmming:

it was a 2 second video

I had to click it

I had to know what could possibly happen in two short seconds

omg

(Source: ajaxafterdark)

tongue-toyed:

i never really liked

my name

much

until i found out

what it tastes like

when you write it in frosting

on top of a cake

(Source: your-scallywag)

wugs:

jake the dog   (❍ᴥ❍ʋ)

          and

| (• ◡•)|   finn the human

(Source: wuqs)

dichotomized:

The ‘Pajama Girl’ Case - On 1 September 1934, the badly burnt body of a young woman, viciously battered about the head and wearing only pyjamas, was found in a road culvert in the township of Albury on the New South Wales-Victoria border in rural Australia. Although Sydney police reconstructed the dead woman’s features and made composite drawings of what she may have looked like in life the also took the extraordinary step of preserving the body in a formalin bath. During the next decade tens of thousands of people viewed the ghastly remains at the University of Sydney, and later Sydney police headquarters, before it was positively identified in 1944

dichotomized:

The ‘Pajama Girl’ Case - On 1 September 1934, the badly burnt body of a young woman, viciously battered about the head and wearing only pyjamas, was found in a road culvert in the township of Albury on the New South Wales-Victoria border in rural Australia. Although Sydney police reconstructed the dead woman’s features and made composite drawings of what she may have looked like in life the also took the extraordinary step of preserving the body in a formalin bath. During the next decade tens of thousands of people viewed the ghastly remains at the University of Sydney, and later Sydney police headquarters, before it was positively identified in 1944

ohwinter:


Look at his hands adjjrikjkkm i think i’m in love with his hands 

aw yes omg also his arms

ohwinter:

Look at his hands adjjrikjkkm i think i’m in love with his hands 

aw yes omg also his arms

deanismypatronass:

cocolooo:

deanismypatronass:

cocolooo:

i love high contrast photos of fruit floating threateningly in the night

I don’t believe such a thing exists

image

image

I was mistaken

(Source: teejayguanabana)

mooseythecanadian:

cactusluv:

cactusluv:

*breaks fingers* let’s do this

I MEANT “CRACKS KNUCKLES” HOLY SHIT

Gotta go hardcore to be hardcore.