i drink smartwater



Feb 16 Reblogged

Petition to change swear words into President names

pac-daddy:

*stubs toe* Rutherford B. Hayes!

*burns tongue* James Madison!

"Becky is such a Woodrow Wilson…"

"Yeah, I Bill Clintoned her GW Bush all night long."

Feb 16 Reblogged

adidadisney:

disney-park-junkie:

Because you know you sweatin’ Hercules.

[☠]

Not only is he pretty but they didn’t put him in one of the shitty muscle suits. They are his real muscle. Bless good casting.

You know what would be funny though is if these were magnetized, so people who want to try to pick them up can’t. Then, at the flick of a switch, Hercules can lift all the weights.

Feb 16 Reblogged

emmyannearvidson:

theheartmaid:

benjamin-strider:

stevehansell:

benjamin-strider:

benjamin-strider:

When people ask me what rape culture is, or try and tell me that it doesn’t exist, I’m going to show them this article. 

Reblogging again because important.

This article is disgusting!… What to do when your girlfriend or any woman says no to sex? The only answer: Stop!

The fact that this doesn’t have more notes scares me.

not even 600 yet? this is disgusting

HOLY FUCK.

About what to do when your girlfriend says no to sex: Not rape her. What the heck is wrong with people.

emmyannearvidson:

theheartmaid:

benjamin-strider:

stevehansell:

benjamin-strider:

benjamin-strider:

When people ask me what rape culture is, or try and tell me that it doesn’t exist, I’m going to show them this article. 

Reblogging again because important.

This article is disgusting!… What to do when your girlfriend or any woman says no to sex? The only answer: Stop!

The fact that this doesn’t have more notes scares me.

not even 600 yet? this is disgusting

HOLY FUCK.

About what to do when your girlfriend says no to sex: Not rape her. What the heck is wrong with people.

Feb 16

Top 10 Things Lincoln Drivers Don’t Understand

  1. Yellow light means slow down (not speed up)
  2. Red light means stop (not run the red light)
  3. Green turn arrows and do not turn signs
  4. That every car is equipped with turn signals
  5. How and when to use said turn signals
  6. The concept of four-way intersections
  7. The concept of right-of-ways
  8. When pedestrians should and shouldn’t cross the street (you have a crosswalk bro and a crossing signal)
  9. Cyclists should follow the rules of the road when using the road for travel (you can’t go the wrong way on a one-way)
  10. Drivers should yield to cyclists and pedestrians instead of trying to run them over

However, I will say that 9 of every 10 Nebraska drivers drive pretty safely on snow and ice. So, you know, good job.

Feb 04 Reblogged

tinyhouseamerica:

Homestead from Tiny House Build

I just read the article about this. I think there’s some great ideas, but I still don’t understand the point of having a mobile home. To each their own.

(Source: tinyhousedarling)

Feb 04 Reblogged

exceedingsweetdelight:

MY MOST FAVORITE PLACE IN ALL OF GOD’S GREEN EARTH

This makes me miss home so much. I got some senior pics done right in front of this store and I’ve spent hours inside getting lost in the maze of books.

exceedingsweetdelight:

MY MOST FAVORITE PLACE IN ALL OF GOD’S GREEN EARTH

This makes me miss home so much. I got some senior pics done right in front of this store and I’ve spent hours inside getting lost in the maze of books.

(Source: lookwhatjohnfound)

Feb 02 Reblogged

mortaldivergence:

Someone put these up around the school idk who but I love them

Someone put up “Measles outbreak on campus” around my brother’s uni. I thought it was a joke til he got an email about it later that afternoon.

mortaldivergence:

Someone put these up around the school idk who but I love them

Someone put up “Measles outbreak on campus” around my brother’s uni. I thought it was a joke til he got an email about it later that afternoon.

Feb 02 Reblogged

myidealhome:

Feb 02 Reblogged

hopefully soon i can save up enough money to get married.

hopefully soon i can save up enough money to get married.

(Source: anglophilemeetsbibliophile)

Feb 02 Reblogged

magoro:

silent-tundra:

jedavu:

Amazing Face-Paintings Transform Models Into The 2D Works Of Famous Artists

by  Valeriya Kutsan

If this isn’t the tightest shit you’ve seen then get the hell out of my face.

omg!!

sooooooo trippy.

Feb 02 Reblogged

lanactrlaltdelrey:

what a fucking idiot
i want 14 of them

lanactrlaltdelrey:

what a fucking idiot

i want 14 of them

(Source: bolsodedorami)

Feb 02 Reblogged

alxbngala:

Cat on Ice [x]

Feb 02 Reblogged

Jan 22

Pre-Arkansas game workout so I’ll be too tired to flip out if we win/lose.

Pre-Arkansas game workout so I’ll be too tired to flip out if we win/lose.

Jan 22 Reblogged

fishingboatproceeds:

tedx:

Does money make you mean? In a talk at TEDxMarin, social psychologist Paul Piff shares his research into how people behave when they feel wealthy. (Hint: badly.)

To learn more, watch the whole talk here»

I have a theory about this, which is completely unsupported by data and might be totally wrong.

I think people like to believe that their choices matter. We don’t like to consider the role that luck and circumstance plays in human life, because it makes us feel powerless and ultimately like maybe we should not even bother to get out of bed in the morning. So we find ways to imagine that we can make our own destinies and that we are in control of our own lives.

To an extent, of course, we are. Our choices do matter. But so do chance and privilege.

But I think most people want a narrative of their lives that is about something other than dumb luck. So if you become powerful or wealthy, you start to think, "This happened because I worked hard," because you did work hard. You think, "This happened because I didn’t give up," because you didn’t give up.

But THEN there is this nagging feeling that haunts you, because you know that other people also work hard and that other people also don’t give up, and that they have not experienced the same success you have.

In short, deep down you know that the game of Monopoly, through chance or through systemic injustice, has been rigged in your favor. And that makes you feel like everything is random and meaningless and you are unworthy of your good fortune, and I think many people respond to that feeling defensively: They want you to know that they made a really amazing decision to buy Park Avenue, a bold and dangerous decision. And yes, they started the game with more money, but lots of people start the game with more money and DON’T make the bold and brilliant decision to buy Park Avenue.

And in the end, this desire to build a narrative of your success that gives you agency within your own life leads to a less compassionate life. It also often I think leads to echo chambers: Because any challenge to your “I earned it” worldview is a direct attack on your feeling that you are in control of your life, you have to surround yourself with people whose own life experiences do not contradict that worldview. This is the only reason I can think of that wealthy people are literally more likely to take candy from children.

The challenge—and this is a challenge for all of us—is to internalize the roles luck and systemic injustice play in our lives while still continuing to try to be good and useful creatures. 

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