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16

Sep

How To Make Your Work As Painless As Possible

catherinekietsu:

1. Romanticize it

Make yourself feel like your assignment is way more important than it actually is. Imagine it’s homework from Hogwarts. Or that your research is helping Dean and Sam on a case. Or that you’re an international spy in disguise. Or that you’re a 19th century…

indecentdrawer:

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Something super mega indulgent because there can never be enough Stiles and SingleDad!Derek   (and also yoga. never enough yoga)

xtjna:

predators literally love sex positivity and are the main supporters of it i just cant stress this enough obviously it started out with good intentions but its such an easy thing for evil manipulative people to latch onto and have people think theyre doing things under the guise of sexual freedom

socialjusticekoolaid:

Today in Solidarity: Family of Mike Brown join protesters outside of STL Courthouse, demanding the immediate arrest of their son’s killer, Officer Darren Wilson.

The grand jury has yet to charge Darren Wilson with anything. Mike Brown’s killer is still a free man, being paid by the taxpayers of the very community he’s terrorized. #staywoke #farfromover

aseaofquotes:

Terry Pratchett, Moving Pictures

aseaofquotes:

Terry Pratchett, Moving Pictures

stultiloquentia:

star-anise:

Giles would make the bestest, most woebegone chief of staff.

(Source: yadilah)

where-zozi-dares:

kindergraph:

goodbye

me dealing with MRAs

15

Sep

http://evashandor.tumblr.com/post/97588598509/yamino-fake-clinic-cons-17-year-old-girl

yamino:

Fake “Clinic” Cons 17-Year-Old Girl

karadin:

An Indiana mother recently accompanied her daughter and her daughter’s boyfriend to one of Indiana’s Planned Parenthood clinics, but they unwittingly walked into a so-called “crisis pregnancy center” run by an anti-abortion…

(Source: prolongedeyecontact)

jessicalprice:

Hey, shhh. They’re not supposed to know this. 

(Source: tawdrysquid)

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress
Jean-Philippe Worth, 1906-1908
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress

Jean-Philippe Worth, 1906-1908

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

dynastylnoire:

cuntfear:

thank god this white man said the words that dozens of women have been saying for years so that it could be validated and reblogged with his magic White Man Intelligence Seal Of Approval(tm)

I’ve been thinking for a little while now that it’s upsetting that the only way men tend to see women as human beings is when they remember that girls and women that they love could easily be met by the same violence they abhor.

(Source: -teesa-)

plyadesdrunk:

This picture was not on the interweb a month ago. It’s Javert (Andrew Varela) looking for Valjean’s body in the carts of the dead after The Final Battle, and instead finding Gavroche and Enjolras (Jason Forbach) dead instead. It’s during that really sad part of the music at the end of the Final Battle that sounds like a really slow reprise of Bring Him Home,  and it’s super feelsy and sad. Javert is looking for Valjean, hoping that he died during the battle so he doesn’t have to deal with letting him go, and instead he finds the bodies of the student leader and young boy, two who should never have died this young. Javert knows that he is on the side of the men who killed Gavroche and Enjolras, and it pains him. He stares at the bodies for a moment, before angrily waving the cart away and continuing into the darkness. The pose Enjolras is in is the iconic “Enjolras-is-dead” pose that appears in every version of this musical in some way shape or form. When the cart is turned and you actually see Enjolras, the music builds dramatically (“the summers die one by one”) and it literally makes you want to cry. Thank you that is all.

plyadesdrunk:

This picture was not on the interweb a month ago. It’s Javert (Andrew Varela) looking for Valjean’s body in the carts of the dead after The Final Battle, and instead finding Gavroche and Enjolras (Jason Forbach) dead instead. It’s during that really sad part of the music at the end of the Final Battle that sounds like a really slow reprise of Bring Him Home,  and it’s super feelsy and sad. Javert is looking for Valjean, hoping that he died during the battle so he doesn’t have to deal with letting him go, and instead he finds the bodies of the student leader and young boy, two who should never have died this young. Javert knows that he is on the side of the men who killed Gavroche and Enjolras, and it pains him. He stares at the bodies for a moment, before angrily waving the cart away and continuing into the darkness. The pose Enjolras is in is the iconic “Enjolras-is-dead” pose that appears in every version of this musical in some way shape or form. When the cart is turned and you actually see Enjolras, the music builds dramatically (“the summers die one by one”) and it literally makes you want to cry. Thank you that is all.

(Source: lyricbaritoneofrighteousness)

dynastylnoire:

huffingtonpost:

Remember #BringBackOurGirls? This Is What Has Happened In The 5 Months Since
On the night of April 14, 2014, hundreds of schoolgirls at the Chibok boarding school in northeastern Nigeria awoke to the sound of gunfire. They saw men in camouflage approaching and thought soldiers were coming to save them from a militant attack, according to survivors’ accounts.

welp…..

dynastylnoire:

huffingtonpost:

Remember #BringBackOurGirls? This Is What Has Happened In The 5 Months Since

On the night of April 14, 2014, hundreds of schoolgirls at the Chibok boarding school in northeastern Nigeria awoke to the sound of gunfire. They saw men in camouflage approaching and thought soldiers were coming to save them from a militant attack, according to survivors’ accounts.

welp…..

queermarauders:

*looks at straight couple* so which one of you is the YA protagonist and which is the romantic subplot?

14

Sep

IN SPAIN
SEE YA IN A WEEK
OR IF I FIND FREE WIFI BEFORE THEN

IN SPAIN
SEE YA IN A WEEK
OR IF I FIND FREE WIFI BEFORE THEN