Now I’m still cramping, still having constant migraines, AND I’m bleeding.

dontneedyourheroact:

what i love about mythbusters is that once they bust a myth they manipulate their variables until something finally explodes bc we all know why you’re really watching this show

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snarg:

when ur sad always remember that u don’t look like you did in 6th grade

Except I do

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kalany:

isaia:

revereche:

mantisbutts:

reapergrellsutcliff:

Fashions of the Future as Imagined in 1893

Illustrations from “Future Dictates of Fashion” by W. Cade Gall that was published in the January 1893 issue of The Strand magazine.

At first I thought this was some “fashion of witches and wizards through the ages” type thing but nah everyone is supposed to dress like this. I wish everyone dressed like this. 

nailed it

Welp
it can’t be anymore ridonkulous than how we predict the future of fashion in the 2020s-2050s

Strangely, 1978 isn’t that far off.

Oh my god, what if a bunch of wizards got ahold of this and took it as true and used it to base their “muggle wear” on

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baeddelbludd:

reblog if you’re trapped in a spiteful flesh prison

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creepingmonsterism:

You know, Peter Parker is a great hero for the millennial generation because he’s always struggling economically and old newspaper editors think he’s a menace.

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That brony con horror story was fabricated.

calculusfucker:

fivetail:

http://poniesforparents.tumblr.com/post/83522791511/a-word-about-bronies

OP literally made up a sexual assault and failed abduction story about an eleven year old girl for the sake of getting notes for anti-brony hate, and regardless of how you feel about bronies, that’s fucking disgusting.

Please stop reblogging it.

no it wasn’t /mlp/ literally confirmed it stop trying to make bronies look good
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isaia:

revereche:

mantisbutts:

reapergrellsutcliff:

Fashions of the Future as Imagined in 1893

Illustrations from “Future Dictates of Fashion” by W. Cade Gall that was published in the January 1893 issue of The Strand magazine.

At first I thought this was some “fashion of witches and wizards through the ages” type thing but nah everyone is supposed to dress like this. I wish everyone dressed like this. 

nailed it

Welp
it can’t be anymore ridonkulous than how we predict the future of fashion in the 2020s-2050s

Strangely, 1978 isn’t that far off.

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criedwolves:

kettugasm:

OKAY NO EVERYONE HOLD YOUR HORSES HAVE I GOT SOME GREAT SHIT FOR YOU!!

you see these binders? They may not look much, but these fucking things bind like the CHAINS OF HELL THEMSELVES. I’ve got HUGE tits, up in the DD range, but this simple little binder works some goddamn MAGIC on them. It’s comfortable, it binds, it provides perfect support and whatever the hell else. 

These are perfect for both trans* and crossplay-related purposes! What’s the catch though, right? They’re probably super expensive?

HOW DOES $8.28 WITH FREE SHIPPING SOUND???

i use this binder and as a trans boy i can say first hand that they work really well and i would highly recommend them if you are short on cash and need a good binder. i’m about a D cup and these make me look virtually flat.

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ciaklivian:

kalany:

My favorite college anxiety dream is still the one where I got all the way up to graduation, showed up to get in line for the ceremony, and the person in charge handed me a large watermelon and told me I couldn’t graduate until I found someone who would eat it for me.

Is this what college has in store for me

It really depends on the college.

College/university is, as a general rule, a large organization with a large administration running it, with what are often seemingly-arbitrary rules and procedures. It’s also an organization over which you have little to no power, but which has tremendous power over you. This is pretty much a recipe for stress, no matter what organization you’re talking about.

Additionally, colleges in the US are trying to walk a fine line between letting you be an adult enough to learn and grow and become one, and protecting and leading (and disciplining) you enough to keep you safe and your parents happy. The extent to which US colleges stand in loco parentis (in place of your parents) is, as far as I know, an ongoing legal tangle. But the point is, like anybody trying to walk a very fine line like that, who also needs to be fair and consistent across tens of thousands of students, they get it wrong. A lot. One minute they’ll be overbearing and harsh and fucking annoying, and the next they’ll be standing back and just watching as you flail around wildly trying to figure shit out and failing. So that’s stressful too.

An awful lot of it comes down to the administration. How flexible are they? Can and will they bend the rules to make it work for each student? How friendly and accessible are they? If you have some special need, how easy is it to find someone who can help? What’s the ratio of student support staff (people specifically tasked with helping students) to administrative staff? How well do the readily available services match your needs? A good administrative and support staff can make college easy (as it ever is, anyhow) and fun and wonderful. A bad one can make it a nightmare.

So: it depends, I guess?

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