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hartbig-is-life:

oh my god how inappropriate. I need it.

hartbig-is-life:

oh my god how inappropriate. I need it.

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theawesomesauce93:

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My mom just told me you’re not a woman until you get blood on nearly every pair of pants you love. I was like, “what if you don’t have periods?” And she said “I didn’t say it had to be your own.”

I thought this was going to be cissexist and I was pleasantly surprised.

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friends-with-the-doctor:

roses are red

violets aren’t real

i like to use my radio show

to moon over my hot scientist boyfriend

                                  - Cecil

Roses are red

we’ve talked about the violets

these dont even rhyme 

stop broadcasting our sex life 

                            - Carlos 

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geotan:

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hanukkahlewinsky:

i love when old people figure out how to do something on a computer that’s actually really simple but to them it’s like 

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wwhere is grambnda going???? help her

goodbye grandma

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"Although many writers had had periods of significant depression, mania, or hypomania, they were consistently appealing, entertaining, and interesting people. They had led interesting lives, and they enjoyed telling me about them as much as I enjoyed hearing about them. Mood disorders tend to be episodic, characterized by relatively brief periods of low or high mood lasting weeks to months, interspersed with long periods of normal mood (known as euthymia to us psychiatrists). All the writers were euthymic at the time that I interviewed them, and so they could look back on their periods of depression or mania with considerable detachment. They were also able to describe how abnormalities in mood state affected their creativity. Consistently, they indicated that they were unable to be creative when either depressed or manic."

- The relationship between creativity and mental illness – a fascinating study based on writers from the prestigious Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Kurt Vonnegut was among the subjects. (via explore-blog)

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darksideofthemoon007:

littlemissdowney-jr:

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hunter-heart:

#ok im not even in the doctor who fandom but i must reblog this i cant

for some reason I’m not afraid of weeping angels anymore

omFg I a m cRY

This makes me look at these things in a whole different light.

#what happens when you blink

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fuckloadofcats:

she even looks at me like theres absolutely no regret.

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lovealishadawn:

la-temeraire:

marigolds-sorry:

I really really needed this wow

i caNNOT STOP LAUGHING

LOOK AT THOSE POSITIVE ROLE MODELS

SAY NO TO PEER PRESSURE

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