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look at this happy dog

look at this happy dog


posted 17 hours ago on 16/4/2014 - 16 notes
tagged as: #zelda #my best friend

"

There’s as many atoms in a single molecule of your DNA as there are stars in the typical galaxy. We are, each of us, a little universe.

"
—Neil deGrasse Tyson, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (Ep 2: Some of the Things that Molecules Do)


posted 1 day ago on 16/4/2014 - 36,795 notes
sparklesnap:

That’s a metaphor, son! You missed it! It flew right by ya!

sparklesnap:

That’s a metaphor, son! You missed it! It flew right by ya!


posted 1 day ago on 15/4/2014 - 31,393 notes

spacerobot123456789:

*tips fedora at hazel grace* m’taphor


posted 1 day ago on 15/4/2014 - 20,427 notes

speaking of foreign languages, I scheduled COLLEGE classes on Friday, and I’m on track to get a minor in Arabic


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 9 notes
ultrannoying:

if u squish those bunny marshmallows they become kim jong-un

ultrannoying:

if u squish those bunny marshmallows they become kim jong-un


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 44,299 notes
tagged as: #oh my GOD

donkos:

reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: fuck


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 80,436 notes

basedpidgeot:

*packs a bong* see im not gunna rip it cause its a metaphor. *holds it to my mouth and makes saxophone noises* the real high is life


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 16,237 notes

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thetechnicolortrenchcoat:

Today is Copernicus’s 541th birthday. You may remember Copernicus as the man who said “Hey, what if the Earth went around the sun?” To which the Catholic Church replied “Hey, what if we set you on fire?” 


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 137,538 notes

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supersketch97:

kingpinnn:

I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND

OH MY GOD

supersketch97:

kingpinnn:

I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND

OH MY GOD


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 107,413 notes

juilan:

step on a crack, break your mother’s back, Lil’ Jon got the beat that make your booty go clap


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 106,429 notes
Anonymous said:

"I don't get the big deal about wearing bindis and stuff. I'm not trying to be an asshole, I want to be aware and sensitive and stuff, but I don't get it. I don't understand cultural appropriation, I don't understand if I'm doing it. If I want to wear bindis, why can't I? (I'm white). I just don't see the big deal. Again, only trying to learn, not provoke."

yoooo okay 

to be 100% honest, when I first started becoming more aware of cultural appropriation, I sort of didn’t think it was a big deal. I understood why wearing Native American headdresses would be wrong, but things like henna tattoos, etc. seemed like less of a big deal to me. After reading more about it and seeing firsthand experiences of it (from people who weren’t white Americans), it made sense why it is such a big issue. I am a white ass female, the only time my culture has ever been made fun of or mocked has been in a gentle joke about white girls drinking a lot of Starbucks. And yes, I do enjoy a nice Starbucks coffee once in a while, but I have never been ostracized, threatened, or ridiculed for it. I have never faced any danger, violence, or discrimination because of a feature of my culture, so who the hell am I to say oh yeah it’s okay to wear bindis or get henna, etc. I do not think I’m the best authority on the issue because I am only relaying information on why it’s wrong versus experience from why it sucks. However, there are so many people (I’d highly recommend Jaya, whose bloggings on the subject have taught me a shitload) who can (and have) explain why cultural appropriation in any way shape or form is wrong in a better way than I can. I can understand why it may not seem like a big deal to you, but it is a big deal. I’d say just learn about cultural appropriation, identify and eliminate aspects of it in your life, and remain open minded when discussing it with other people. There’s a difference between appreciating or learning about culture and imitating it.

I hope this sort of helps, like I said, I am not the best authority on this, I have never been forced to experience this first hand, and I am also still learning. There are lots of people who can explain this in much further depth and with actual descriptions and stuff. also if anyone sees anything wrong with this, let me know.


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 41 notes

loubes:

loubes:

what do you call a lesbian orgy

V8


posted 2 days ago on 14/4/2014 - 126 notes
tagged as: #omg