too much to do, so little time

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awesomeindieturtles:

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imatimelorddetectivedemonhunter:

hanannibalbanannibal:

thewookiee2:

jesusfreakinglucifer:

carolingponds:

frankietastic:

juilan:

I can’t wait until I get that job at Starbucks because I’m going to spell everyone’s name wrong so they can’t instagram their cups

are you satan

are you god

are we humans

Or are we dancer

Is this the real life

Or is this just a fantasy

no this is patrick

I am Iron Man

and i’m javert

DONKEY!

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bunnymundnotaroo:

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emily-adomestic:

I made these to put up around my school for my school’s GSA. They are quotes from some little known bisexuals about their bisexuality.

Lets stop bisexual erasure and remember, bisexuality is real!

Bisexual erasure is a huge thing, even in the LG community. Let’s raise the awareness!

((I’m bisexual and I’ve often been told to get off the fence and pick a side. My answer? I’m quite happy on my fence, thank you!))

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australian-spider:

baykugan:

honestly hinata had the right idea like everyone in the shinobi alliance should take a nap right now because obviously the power of friendship and teamwork is only relevant if you’re sasuke or naruto 

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#aintnobodygottimeforthat

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social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:


IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!
The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w
Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!

The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w

Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

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