1. mihlayn:

new zealand’s finest

    mihlayn:

    new zealand’s finest

    Reblogged from: the-aspiring-apiarist
  2. Reblogged from: kittyantoinette
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  4. theghostofyourliess:

Men’s Rights Activists

    theghostofyourliess:

    Men’s Rights Activists

    Reblogged from: gurl
  5. iridessence:

    tolovemykinks:

    abagond:

    knowledgeequalsblackpower:

    kronosinasuit:

    Kerry Washington being amazing as always. 

    Understand colorblinders out there. Please get it.

    Good summary

    This seems necessary to reblog at this moment

    i love her so hard

    Reblogged from: wordofglory
  6. morivan:

    My dream for the 2016 presidential election is not having to choose which human rights I’m feeling like compromising on.

    Reblogged from: catsaresochill
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  8. corrupted-teens:

    Do you ever feel people staring at you and you like forget how to walk

    Reblogged from: catsaresochill
  9. A lot of people think of Christopher Columbus as that guy so obsessed with spices that he was willing to risk lives just to make his food taste a little different. Even the world’s top chefs wouldn’t be willing to let people die just to make the perfect dish. Columbus was the ultimate foodie.
    TED WILSON REVIEWS THE WORLD #254: Christopher Columbus gets 2 out of 5 stars. PRETTY GENEROUS TED. (via therumpus)
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  10. monosexuals:

    What he says: how do u know when lesbian sex is over???

    What he means: I’ve never given a woman an orgasm ever in my life

    Reblogged from: s0-very
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  12. rnusicality:

    fun statistics for adults!
    “when I was a kid, I had no help with college tuition, I was hardworking and paid it all myself”
    -Annual tuition for Yale, 1970: $2,550
    -Annual tuition for Yale, 2014: $45,800
    -Minimum Wage, 1970: $1.45
    -Minimum Wage, 2014: $7.25
    -Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 1970: 4.8
    -Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 2014: 17.3

    Reblogged from: s0-very
  13. 
What Is Women’s Studies? by Andy Dwyer

    What Is Women’s Studies? by Andy Dwyer

    Reblogged from: magicmarcelle
  14. 
"[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, “How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers

    "[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, “How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers

    Reblogged from: s0-very
  15. What’s the kindest thing you almost did? Is your fear of insomnia stronger than your fear of what awoke you? Are bonsai cruel? Do you love what you love, or just the feeling? Your earliest memories: do you look though your young eyes, or look at your young self? Which feels worse: to know that there are people who do more with less talent, or that there are people with more talent? Do you walk on moving walkways? Should it make any difference that you knew it was wrong as you were doing it? Would you trade actual intelligence for the perception of being smarter? Why does it bother you when someone at the next table is having a conversation on a cell phone? How many years of your life would you trade for the greatest month of your life? What would you tell your father, if it were possible? Which is changing faster, your body, or your mind? Is it cruel to tell an old person his prognosis? Are you in any way angry at your phone? When you pass a storefront, do you look at what’s inside, look at your reflection, or neither? Is there anything you would die for if no one could ever know you died for it? If you could be assured that money wouldn’t make you any small bit happier, would you still want more money? What has been irrevocably spoiled for you? If your deepest secret became public, would you be forgiven? Is your best friend your kindest friend? Is it any way cruel to give a dog a name? Is there anything you feel a need to confess? You know it’s a “murder of crows” and a “wake of buzzards” but it’s a what of ravens, again? What is it about death that you’re afraid of? How does it make you feel to know that it’s an “unkindness of ravens”?
    Jonathan Safran Foer, Two Minute Personality Test. (via meganfalley)
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