October 22, 2014 — 10:17 AM — 146,603 notes

theblogchoseme:

If I text you back fast its not because Im thirsty its because my phone was in my hand at the time. The waiting to text people back on purpose shit is childish

October 22, 2014 — 9:08 AM — 226 notes
October 22, 2014 — 8:00 AM — 4,358 notes

charliebradbrie:

acebethchilds:

where’s that post that teaches you how to write a resume when you have zero experience or useful skills

Here are some super helpful resume tips! You probably have more useful skills than you think! Just the fact that you’re running a blog shows you have some technology skills. If those links don’t help you could submit to ask a manager. I swear her advice is how I got the job I have now. Good luck!!!

October 22, 2014 — 6:51 AM — 38,248 notes

spankmehardbarry:

america: A GAY? in OUR country?

canada: we just elected a lesbian head of government for the province of ontario and didn’t even blink. it wasn’t even mentioned once during the entire election. and she’s married to a woman.

america: A GAY? in OUR country?

October 22, 2014 — 5:43 AM — 221,719 notes
Has anyone else noticed that February 2015 is the perfect month?

themaskednegro:

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October 22, 2014 — 4:34 AM — 155,037 notes
person: you look dead
me: thanks
October 22, 2014 — 3:26 AM — 1,896 notes

Hello, Will.

October 22, 2014 — 2:17 AM — 1,401 notes
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bustysaintclair:

meowdypurrtner:

its really important for men to stand up to other men who say terrible and sexist shit

because sexist men dont listen to what women have to say

literally the most important thing men can do if they want to call themselves feminist allies 

October 21, 2014 — 10:51 PM — 1,683,737 notes
the-secret-stache:

I reblog this everytime it is on my dash

the-secret-stache:

I reblog this everytime it is on my dash

October 21, 2014 — 9:43 PM — 2,327 notes

haunted-by-cupcakes:

naughty-chekov:

the weirdest part about discovering one of your kinks is looking back on your childhood/past and seeing it there

like

real-life foreshadowing

I’m crying because its true
Oh God its so true

October 21, 2014 — 8:34 PM — 196,062 notes
vosska:

pricklylegs:

Any last words…

actual footage of the skeleton war

vosska:

pricklylegs:

Any last words…

actual footage of the skeleton war

October 21, 2014 — 7:26 PM — 2,294 notes
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buggirl:

bogleech:

Before this catches on with miserable adult babies reblogging to only add “KILL IT WITH FIRE” or some other idiotic, unfunny meme:
This is a mature female spider of the Nephila genus. I’m not sure the exact species, but members of this genus are also known as “golden silk orb weavers.” Their yellow-orange silk can be used to make golden cloth, like in this tapestry.
The bite of a Nephila isn’t serious. Wikipedia describes the worst case scenario - localized pain or a more severe allergic reaction - but most bitten will only experience a little itching. Like any spider, they only bite in self defense or when forcibly pressed against skin, and these big females are especially docile. I’ve held a related species on two occasions, they don’t scare very easily.
They’re so laid back, in fact, and so insistent on remaining in the same web, that these are the spiders some cultures have used as mosquito guards, deliberately setting them up to spin webs in open windows or over the top of a baby’s crib.
You can trust spiders with babies. Don’t be an asshat about your phobia plz. (By which I mean it’s perfectly okay to have a phobia and be afraid, but you don’t need to hate all spiders and wish they were all dead they didn’t do anything but get born spiders)

Oh, how interesting about the mosquito guards!  I wish more people would think about the orb weaver girls that are outside their proches this time of year as that instead of the pure hatred spiders are usually confronted with…

buggirl:

bogleech:

Before this catches on with miserable adult babies reblogging to only add “KILL IT WITH FIRE” or some other idiotic, unfunny meme:

This is a mature female spider of the Nephila genus. I’m not sure the exact species, but members of this genus are also known as “golden silk orb weavers.” Their yellow-orange silk can be used to make golden cloth, like in this tapestry.

The bite of a Nephila isn’t serious. Wikipedia describes the worst case scenario - localized pain or a more severe allergic reaction - but most bitten will only experience a little itching. Like any spider, they only bite in self defense or when forcibly pressed against skin, and these big females are especially docile. I’ve held a related species on two occasions, they don’t scare very easily.

They’re so laid back, in fact, and so insistent on remaining in the same web, that these are the spiders some cultures have used as mosquito guards, deliberately setting them up to spin webs in open windows or over the top of a baby’s crib.

You can trust spiders with babies. Don’t be an asshat about your phobia plz. (By which I mean it’s perfectly okay to have a phobia and be afraid, but you don’t need to hate all spiders and wish they were all dead they didn’t do anything but get born spiders)

Oh, how interesting about the mosquito guards!  I wish more people would think about the orb weaver girls that are outside their proches this time of year as that instead of the pure hatred spiders are usually confronted with…

October 21, 2014 — 5:08 PM — 31,436 notes

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