I'm Sharon. When I'm not throwing stuff at other stuff, I like: tattoos, tea, knitting, baking cupcakes, playing with lego, art, music, literature, dinosaurs, outer space, metaphysics, staring at people in cars when I'm in a car, lo-fi indie rock, quoting old Simpsons episodes, philosophical intellect, photographic coincidences, Kurt Vonnegut, people who look like their dogs, Charles Bukowski, midnight cereal, sleepy baby animals, and living a moth-free life. They scare me. I have a music blog: thongthongthongsongs.tumblr.com check it out! INSTAGRAM: @sharonprakash :)

 

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1) my butt
2) my butt
3) my butt
4) my butt
5) my butt

sitcomfamily:

In light of the marathon thought this belonged here.

sitcomfamily:

In light of the marathon thought this belonged here.

Super nerd battle 😰💤

Super nerd battle 😰💤

I hate going on dates

Everyone is either super boring or super clingy

humansofnewyork:

"I have a one-and-a-half year old daughter at home. There are two things that we do every day. When I get home from work in the evening, she runs to me, and asks me to buy her a sausage. And every morning when she wakes up— at exactly 5:30 AM — she needs to go to the bathroom, and she screams for me to bring her the pot. She never screams for Mom. Just for me. How this became my job, I don’t know." (Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

When I was really young my dad would leave for work at 5am. As soon as I’d hear him wake up I’d run into the room and ask him to have a bowl of cereal with me first and he always did, and then would put me back to sleep or would put on cartoons for meNow I catch him eating cereal and activia yogurt at 5 in the morning Dads

humansofnewyork:

"I have a one-and-a-half year old daughter at home. There are two things that we do every day. When I get home from work in the evening, she runs to me, and asks me to buy her a sausage. And every morning when she wakes up— at exactly 5:30 AM — she needs to go to the bathroom, and she screams for me to bring her the pot. She never screams for Mom. Just for me. How this became my job, I don’t know." 
(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

When I was really young my dad would leave for work at 5am. As soon as I’d hear him wake up I’d run into the room and ask him to have a bowl of cereal with me first and he always did, and then would put me back to sleep or would put on cartoons for me

Now I catch him eating cereal and activia yogurt at 5 in the morning

Dads

Summer slackin’ on my balcony 😴

Photo cred to Julia/Tara I don’t remember who

Summer slackin’ on my balcony 😴

Photo cred to Julia/Tara I don’t remember who