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artkat:

despairnaegami:

personasanta:

does anybody else think tired and sleepy mean two totally different things

sleepy is cute and dozing off and happy but tired is 10 cups of coffee and murder

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dampsandwich:

THIS DUDE IS WALKING UPSIDE DOWN ON ICE UNDER WATER HOW FUCKIN TIGHT IS THAT

dampsandwich:

THIS DUDE IS WALKING UPSIDE DOWN ON ICE UNDER WATER HOW FUCKIN TIGHT IS THAT

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drferox:

There are certain pearls of wisdom that you really want to hear before you have a chance to make these mistakes yourself. Note: This list is by no means exhaustive.

  • When expressing anal glands, do not stand directly behind the animal and do not talk. Keep your mouth shut, do…
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wailtothethief:

radgreymon:

pumpkins age like white people

JESUS FUCK I AM IN A CLASS AND I’M TRYING NOT TO LAUGH

wailtothethief:

radgreymon:

pumpkins age like white people

JESUS FUCK I AM IN A CLASS AND I’M TRYING NOT TO LAUGH

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alternativepersonas:

Expectations;

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Reality;

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kiwi-kaleidoscope:

manicpixiegrrrl:

coffee—queen:

unfortunatesneeze:

Self-Positive Sailor Moon part 2

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Sailor Moon, there to remind you of the important things.

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spaceplasma:

"Now, for the first time in its billions of years of history, our planet is protected by far-seeing sentinels, able to anticipate danger from the distant future – a comet on a collision course, or global warming–and devise schemes for doing something about it. The planet has finally grown its own nervous system: us." 
- Daniel Dennett ( We Earth Neurons )

spaceplasma:

"Now, for the first time in its billions of years of history, our planet is protected by far-seeing sentinels, able to anticipate danger from the distant future – a comet on a collision course, or global warming–and devise schemes for doing something about it. The planet has finally grown its own nervous system: us."

- Daniel Dennett ( We Earth Neurons )

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