1. 02:37 16th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from mythirdact

    mythirdact:

    I feel like I complain too much and I’m literally complaining about it now

    Fuck it. I will complain. I see what is wrong and i will point that shit out. I will take action. I will change.

     
  2. 08:34 7th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from eyeleentoolooryeay

    itgetsbetteryk:

    Some of our handy handouts designed to help people learn about queer issues and identities!

    (Source: itgetsbetteryk)

     
  3. 01:31 3rd Jul 2014

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    I feel like I complain too much and I’m literally complaining about it now

     
  4. 00:35

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    Reblogged from kaijugoo

    rikmayallinthetardis:

    Out of curiosity, could you take a moment to reblog this if you believe that demisexuality exists? I’m demisexual, and I feel like demisexuality goes really under the radar, even within the asexual community umbrella. A lot of people don’t believe that it exists, and even within the ace community, demisexuality is still questioned as being legitimate, although we share the same flag. So reblog this is if you believe it exists. image

     
  5. I can’t see my own posts

     
  6. 16:05 29th Jun 2014

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    Reblogged from iamthedeadpool

    Tags: fuckin mcginnisdc

    (Source: pastayes)

     
  7. 08:03

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    Reblogged from lantur

    Tags: coolscience?queueueueue

    Some Facts on Dreams and Dreaming

    onlinecounsellingcollege:

    1. Most dreams are based on visual images (Except in people who were either born blind, or who lost their sight at an early age). Occasionally, dreams will include sound and touch.

    2. The normal rules of logic do not apply in dreams. For example, the dream may be taking place in one location – then, abruptly, the dreamer is translocated to a completely different place.

    3. Most dreams occur in a house – but this is usually not your own home. The most frequently reported room is the living room. People rarely dream about their work place or school.

    4. The most frequent scenario is the dreamer plus two other people.

    5. Famous people seldom appear in our dreams. The vast majority of people dream about people who are significant to them, especially if there is an ongoing conflict.

    6. Mundane activities (such as brushing your teeth) rarely appear in dreams.

    7. Dreams tend not to be happy events, and the three most common reported emotions are anger, sadness and fear.

    8. Some themes are so common that they are reported the world over. These universal themes include the loss of a tooth, falling or flying, exhibition, arriving late for exams or other important events, and being chased or attacked.

    9. Cross-cultural research indicates that our dreams reflect normal life events in our own country and culture.

    10. There appear to be some differences in the content of dreams between the two sexes. Specifically, women are more likely to dream about their children, family or household activities; men are more likely to dream about strangers, violence, sexual activity, achievement, and outdoor events.

     
  8. 16:05 28th Jun 2014

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    Reblogged from fivemeters

    Tags: marveljane u nerdqueueueueue

    (Source: the-gunlady)

     
  9. 13:11

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    Tags: legend of korra

    korra and asami bullying mako? together????????? that’s all I ever wanted

     
  10. 08:04

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    Reblogged from kaijugoo

    Tags: hannibalqueueueueue

    its-beverly-katz:

    The wink of pure seduction, it’s a killer..