Re-inventing "Now"



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Reblogged from thirliewhirl

thirliewhirl:

girls, who were bullied most of their life and gain confidence at one point, should be feared most because they dont take anyone’s shit no longer and they will destroy you if you think otherwise

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Reblogged from novur

ask-heichouu:

novur:

SO SOME ASSHOLE GOT HOLD OF MY PHONE AND CHANGE ALL MY CONTACT NAMES, ICONS AND RINGTONES TO THIS FUCKING THING

SO NOW WHENEVER I GET A CALL MY PHONE THINKS IT’S BEING ALL CUTE LIKE “it is a mystery >O>” FUCK YOU MAN

This is a blessed post and that ringtone is the cutest thing bUT I CAN NEVER FIND THE FUCKING POsT FOR LIKE FIVE YEARS

(via jesustakethewii)

Reblogged from whenyoureathirdculturekid
Reblogged from gubbins-plural

gubbins-plural:

> Ray does ‘jazz hands’ at the gta stage
> Screen zooms in on him
> Whole crowd raises their hands
> 15000 people doing jazzhands
> Ray laughs and we stop
> “YOU DON’T STOP UNTIL I STOP”
> crowd nervously continues jazz hands

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Reblogged from goliosi
floki-the-littlest-viking:

ohpierre:

i-dont-shave-for-sh:

swordofomens:

dollyjigsaw:

tumblino:

basically

This is the most accurate post I’ve seen on tumblr

You are standing wrong. I say this as a massage therapist who works with people’s bodies all day: women are taught to stand wrong. Since the 50’s, pictures of women have been posed with their feet tilted to the side, knees locked to minimize the natural knobby shape of the knee, and sway-backed to stick their asses out for “perkiness” or whatever.
That is bad for your everything, and causes weakness in the core muscles which tighten and flatten the stomach.
The cure: feet pointing directly forward, put your hand on your tailbone. Tilt your pelvis until the tailbone is straight up and down. This will cause your knees to bend very slightly. It makes a huge difference for back and knee pain, and will make your tummy flatter with no sit-ups or working out at all.

THANK YOU

I had a feeling my strangely giant stomach and spinal weirdness had to due with posture

*And At Last I’ve Seen The Light plays in the distance*

floki-the-littlest-viking:

ohpierre:

i-dont-shave-for-sh:

swordofomens:

dollyjigsaw:

tumblino:

basically

This is the most accurate post I’ve seen on tumblr

You are standing wrong. I say this as a massage therapist who works with people’s bodies all day: women are taught to stand wrong. Since the 50’s, pictures of women have been posed with their feet tilted to the side, knees locked to minimize the natural knobby shape of the knee, and sway-backed to stick their asses out for “perkiness” or whatever.

That is bad for your everything, and causes weakness in the core muscles which tighten and flatten the stomach.

The cure: feet pointing directly forward, put your hand on your tailbone. Tilt your pelvis until the tailbone is straight up and down. This will cause your knees to bend very slightly. It makes a huge difference for back and knee pain, and will make your tummy flatter with no sit-ups or working out at all.

THANK YOU

I had a feeling my strangely giant stomach and spinal weirdness had to due with posture

*And At Last I’ve Seen The Light plays in the distance*

(Source: goliosi, via thepageofhopes)

Reblogged from thedragoninmygarage
I find many adults are put off when young children pose scientific questions. Why is the Moon round? the children ask. Why is grass green? What is a dream? How deep can you dig a hole? When is the world’s birthday? Why do we have toes? Too many teachers and parents answer with irritation or ridicule, or quickly move on to something else: ‘What did you expect the Moon to be, square?’ Children soon recognize that somehow this kind of question annoys the grown-ups. A few more experiences like it, and another child has been lost to science. Why adults should pretend to omniscience before 6-year-olds, I can’t for the life of me understand. What’s wrong with admitting that we don’t know something? Is our self-esteem so fragile?

Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark (via thedragoninmygarage)

What is so unbelievably sad about this is how amazing and wonderful it is when you and a child both don’t know something, so you seek out the answers together. Either finding books in a library or elsewhere or looking it up on the net and talking about the info.

The joy of discovery and learning is so much more intense when you can see someone who’s so new to the world experiencing it along with you. And so many adults are not only shut down to learning new things, forever trapped in stagnation and ignorance, they damage that joy in children, a horrid sin if there ever was one.

(via ladygolem)

when i asked my dad why the sky is blue, he got out an encyclopedia and showed me a diagram of atmospheric refraction, and we sat down together and talked about it for like an hour. THAT is how you do it.

(via jumpingjacktrash)

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Reblogged from thevoicecalledcheesecake

thevoicecalledcheesecake:

In case you still don’t understand how badly women have had it, when anaesthetic was first invented doctors weren’t allowed to give it to women who were giving birth because the church said that the pain of childbirth was God punishing women for not being men

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Reblogged from freshmountains

freshmountains:

"i wish i had a british accent"

ah yes, the british accentimage

the singular british accent

(Source: freshmountains, via mogarmorelikerungar)

Reblogged from cptncaboose

thinkofthegunstheysell:

missdiddlez:

officialbluearmy:

cptncaboose:

red team sucks tell your friends

this message is sponsered by blue army

better dead than red

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(via mogarmorelikerungar)