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October 27 2017

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estrangedlestrange:

#interacting with gentiles

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pearlmarley:

weabooweedwitch:

ayellowbirds:

Just seeing photos of this, I feel lucky.

blessed image, rb for good luck when you need it most

College Things

mythicalmodernity:

advanced-procrastination:

pftones3482:

- The guy in front of you in class is shopping for a charcoal grill on ebay. why. sir. we have a test next week. 

- Squirrels just….have no fear. None. Only on college campuses though. Are they okay? 

- Finding condoms, packaged and not, in various places. 9 times out of 10, if there’s something inside, it’s not what the condom is supposed to have inside of it. 

- Water balloon condoms. See above. 

- That one guy who wears the same hat every day and you see him every day and you don’t understand why he’s so attached to this hat what is he hiding 

- *single flake of snow appears* “Maybe campus will shut down tomorrow.”

- Campus doesn’t shut down. There’s three feet of snow and the wind chill is below zero. 

- That one corner of the library basement that no one goes to. It smells old and there’s probably a ghost there. 

- When you’re a pedestrian, you hate the cyclists. When you’re on a bicycle, you want nothing more than to run every single person over. 

- You see someone violently acting out a music video with their headphones in. You leave them alone because you were doing the same thing thirty minutes ago.  You hope it goes well for them. 

- Theater majors. Just…theater majors. 

- do the science kids???? ever leave the science buildings???? where do they sleep? 

- There’s a dog. It’s surrounded in seconds by over-caffeinated, under-hydrated students who haven’t slept in three days. 

- you find articles of clothing in really weird places and just. stop caring. glove in a tree? Cool man. Sock on the street? Hope no one needed that. Pants on the stairs of the dorm? Use a condom bro. 

- The dorm lobby television only ever plays sports, news, or The Food Network. No one is ever actually watching what’s on. 

- how are the art students even alive 

- that one professor that EVERYONE on campus knows, even if they have a completely different major than what they teach. 

- there’s a class. you know you had it. you know you have a grade for it. you can’t remember a single second of your time in it. 

- Where did that cat come from? No one knows. It’s always been there. You can’t pet it. Only stare from afar. 

- what is tipping? how does it work? idk tip the pizza guy five bucks for the ten dollar pizza. he looks tired. he’s dying on the inside. he saw a guy naked tonight. 

- Inevitable “pinned condom on the bulletin board goes missing” gag

- Your whiteboard markers are missing again. You put them out yesterday. 

- someone stole an entire skeleton from the science buildings. it got returned a week later without the skull. 

- Vocalist majors. Almost as bad as the theater majors. At least the theater kids don’t sing during breakfast. 

- there’s a piano in the student lounge. no one can play anything but Chopsticks and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. 

- your garbage is four feet tall and has been there for two weeks. you add more to the top. you took the recycling out yesterday.

Glad to know we all had the same experience

Ah, the condoms. I still remember the morning I walked into the elevator (18th floor of the dorms wooooooooo) to find icing smeared on the walls, some very clear handprints, and a plate with a half eaten cake on the floor alongside a condom that to this day I debate if it was filled with icing or… yanno.

Prank? Two dormies having some really freaky sex? Who knows!

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artkitt-creations:

Candy Corn Snake 

Yup, it’s a pun. (corn snakes are a thing)
A special Halloween danger noodle.

🎃 🎃 🎃

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lord-kitschener:

itsmybrightesthour:

ethanthegeek:

lindsaychrist:

UPDATE ON DIZZY

@tiltawhirrl @ruthlesspumpkin LOOK AT THIS ADORABLE GOOFBALL!!!!

He’s perfect and I love him

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dailyvideogames:

Thank you, my friend.

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feevidosa:

by popular demand…..tag urself i’m chaotic femme

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thenannystate:

mariaelysse:

naamahdarling:

coolkidsofhistory:

1960s Rocker Girl

WOW

gay

I need to steal this look…

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oldfashionedvillain:

Only the deepest love will persuade me into matrimony, which is why I will end up an old maid.

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rileymatthews:

female awesome meme ♡ [2/10] female characters who are unfairly hated 

julie taylor (friday night lights) - i guess what i’m trying to say is that, i’m surprised by how happy i am to be from where i’m from. 

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gilmoresgirls:

television meme [1/11] comedies
brooklyn nine-nine:  you’re a good cop, even if you are a thirsty ass bitch. 

Elizabeth’s success as a ruler was very much a personal triumph, for much of the devotion and loyalty she inspired was attributable not solely to her authority, but to her glamour, magnetism and charm. As her godson, Sir John Harington, recalled, “Her speech was such as none could refuse to take delight in … When she smiled it was pure sunshine that everyone did choose to bask in if they could”. She combined remarkable talents as an orator with the surest of touches in dealing with individuals, and when she was out to please, she was well-nigh irresistible. In 1599 one of those present when Elizabeth informed Lord and Lady Norris that their son was responsible for a great victory in Ireland described how the Queen “addressed so many good and gracious words to them in particular as were able to revive them if they were in a swoon or half-dead”. A few years before this, the Earl of Shrewsbury declared to Elizabeth that his “vital spirits” had been “renewed and quickened” by an affectionate message she had sent him on his sickbed, and he affirmed emotionally, “No application or ministration of physic would have wrought that cure in so short a time as your Majesty’s speeches”.
Elizabeth I by Anne Somerset
It has been a long time in development, but Elizabeth’s reign sees the advent of a dramatic culture which has meaning for us in the modern world. Unlike their predecessors, the late Elizabethan playwrights are keen to explore the human condition. At the same time they have an awareness of the changing world that sets them wholly apart from the Middle Ages. Marlowe, Shakespeare and Jonson know full well how novel their art is. Not for them the time-worn traditions of miracle plays, or the humility of writing only to please the wealthy. A great cultural wave is breaking here, on the Bankside shore of a Brave New World, sending up the spume of Marlowe’s vitriolic atheism and Shakespeare’s poetic and philosophical meditations amid the spray of madrigals and airs, scientific and geographic discoveries, a sense of history and Renaissance ideas. At a time of great discoveries, these wordsmiths are the spokesmen for the mass of newly educated townsmen who have never really known before what it is to have a voice. And Shakespeare above all others meets the challenge of the age by holding up a mirror to mankind and showing people what they really are – and not what they think they are in the eyes of God.
The Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan England by Ian Mortimer
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unflatteringcatselfies:

Not a selfie, but the best photobomb ever

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afatblackfairy:

LOOK AT THE BABY 😻😻😻😻

ladyjaneparker:

theamazingcat:

thewritingpossum:

If you ever consider buying a book by Alison Weir, you should known that, in her biography of Isabella of France, she said that when Edward II consummated his marriage, he “at last played the man”. She also describe his sexuality as “perverted” and “unnatural”.

Now, you’re free to do what you want with your money, but I personally believe that you shouldn’t be giving your well-earned money to an old homophobic woman who pretends to be an historian when she don’t even care for facts. 

You should hear what she said about Richard III, she basically said in her book that scoliosis made Richard bad in bed. So apparently she somehow knew what happened in his bedroom. 

She’s really mean to those she hates. 

But are we not gonna talk about the time she suggested George anally raped his wife and then cited a fucking poem that mentions nothing at all about George’s sexual preferences with his wife as evidence? Cause that’s my favorite Alison Weir moment. That and the time she put her foot in her mouth and said “no we have lots of evidence Jane was responsible for the incest charges” and then promptly had all her trump cards proven faulty or forged or not even claiming Jane as the culprit at all? 

What amuses me is that not only does she seem to know what happened in the bedroom, but she seems to like to talk about it in great deal. 

But it is important to realize that Elizabeth was by her very existence already a figure of scandal; not only the daughter of an infamous woman and a much-married man but a femme sole – at a time when the law of England did not recognize any status for the average woman beyond daughter, ward, wife or widow. She was a queen regnant and, what is yet more, queen regnant of a Protestant country. The sixteenth century saw a number of women hold the reins of government, among them the regents Mary of Guise in Scotland and Catherine de Medici in France, or Mary of Hungary and Marguerite of Navarre. But not only did most of the others hold their power as temporary substitutes for a dead husband, young son or distant emperor; they were (like Mary Tudor) formally subject – whatever their temporal powers – to the spiritual power of Rome. Elizabeth, then, was in an unprecedented position. Had she been chaste as ice and cold as snow, she would not have escaped calumny.
Elizabeth and Leicester by Sarah Gristwood
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