1. Reblogged from: onlybestquotes
  2. Have you ever wondered where books come from?

    bluelightseven:

    zwischendenstuehlen:

    Well then, let me show you, because that’s what I do for a living.

    Right now, it’s this time of the year, and the little ones have just freshly hatched:

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    You’ll notice they’re still blind and naked when they hatch. So I make them little coats…

    Reblogged from: daftpunkses
  3. can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

    i scrolled down for an explanation and there wasn’t one but i think i’m ok with that

    Reblogged from: its-real-for-us
  4. Jessica Day + Text Posts

    Reblogged from: monciageller
  5. ioweyouasoul:

    LISTEN UP MOTHER FUCKERS

    SEE THIS WEBSITE? 

    ITS CALLED WOLFRAM ALPHA

    THIS IS THE BEST GODDAMN WEBSITE FOR ACADEMIC SHIT. FUCK GOOGLE. 

    THIS MOTHERFUCKER WILL LET YOU SEARCH “HOSPITAL BEDS IN CHAD VS. IRAN” 

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    AND IT GIVES YOU A STRAIGHT GODDAMN ANSWER 

    MAYBE YOU’RE NOT INTERESTED IN DOCTORNESS OF THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES COOL SHIT 

    HAVING TROUBLE WITH MATH?

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    HOLY SHIT

    OR MAYBE YOU WANNA DICK AROUND

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    WHATEVER THE FUCK YOU WANT

    Reblogged from: daerenys
  6. brightgreencrayon:

    mrsdevilla:

     

    People who hate Harry Potter missed the a giant part of the story. Despite being abused by his aunt, uncle and cousin his whole life Harry was kind, compassionate, loyal, protective and honest. He defended those who needed it and stood up to those who deserved it. He didn’t become bitter or hateful. And he spent his life trying to protect others. You can’t hate him because people chose to stand by him even if it meant they’d die. He didn’t want that, he wanted everyone to live even if it meant he couldn’t anymore.

    It’s because he suffered PTSD in book 5 and was mistaken for a whinny angsty teen.

    Reblogged from: daftpunkses
  7. tawnks:

    the one thing that has stuck with me every day since my English teacher told me it in middle school is:

    "When referring to someone, always say who they are before anything else about them, because being a person always comes first"

    Instead of saying “the mentally ill man,” say “the man with a mental illness”

    Putting someone’s characteristics (especially negative ones) before them is dehumanizing and rude. Don’t do it.

    Reblogged from: ounc-e
  8. cattailsandcattales:

    urbies:

    Great moments in tv history

    The best part is how the hand giving the cigarette doesn’t belong to anyone in the room—no one is wearing that shirt.

    Reblogged from: gobletoffeels
  9. Reblogged from: gobletoffeels
  10. somescarswillneverheal:

    darthchic:

    sarcastic-nonfictionalist:

    tastefullyoffensive:

    [bluechaircomics/via webtoons]

    They are both literally me.

    I always thought that everybody thought this anyway. Just to different degrees though.

    These are called intrusive thoughts and they’re pretty common.

    Reblogged from: lokidindeed
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