haha i have no life
i suck at life

maria, 15
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I cried in math class today

everythingexceptrapandcountry:

don’t talk to boys who aren’t nice to their mothers

assholedisney:

I strongly identify with wood elves because I too like to drink wine and talk about how men are failing

justins-hairflip:

Malcolm Mumford of Mumford & Sons, along with Travis Dwane, Brian Lovett, and Walter Marshall

Things I Learned from Harry Potter:

captainmarvel:

  • Cats can’t read maps or signs
  • There’s no post on Sundays
  • You can’t cancel Quidditch
  • None of the above applies to Minerva McGonagall

flawless-emma:

Emma Watson - Noah UK Premiere - 31 March 2014

makomolly:

je selfie                   nous selfions

tu selfies                 vous selfiez

il/elle selfie              ils/elles selfient

mclaughs:

I can almost hear the apathy in his voice.

ajna-aakhu:

ancient understandings that modern science has re-discovered as true

  • Humans really do have auras
  • Humans have organs to sense energy
  • We inherit memories from our ancestors
  • Meditation actually repairs telomeres in DNA thereby slowing aging
  • Compassion extends life
  • Love is more than just an emotion
  • Billions of other universes exist and each of us my inhabit our own unique universe
  • Meditation speeds healing

faabulous:

foreign languages are all fun and games UNTIL IT COMES TO IRREGULARS AND CONJUGATION

fayescarlet:

aibohphobia:

mr-egbutt:

thefurrynerd:

cutlerish:

thelynnfiles:

logically-devonian:

How the Geneva Drive (the mechanical step that makes the second hand on a clock work by turning constant rotation into intermittent motion) works.

Oh snap!

As an engineer, this makes me happy.

If only one loop of this gif were equal to one second…

easy peasy

watching this while listening to a clock ticking
is the best decision i have ever made

Man this is rather fascinating.

circumcising:

it’s 14 degrees here and people are in shorts canadians are crazy

niyin:

Adûnaphel - Legendarium Ladies April
source: Lords of Middle-earth: Vol. II

Sole female member of the Nazgûl, Lady Adûnaphel was born in S.A. 1823 in the land of Forostar in Númenor. She was recognized to be exceptionally beautiful, even as a young child, and would become the center of legends. She was scarred at an early age by the death of her aged father, which made her loathe her mortality and speak openly against the Elves. She, unlike her mother, supported the faction in the Númenorean court of Tar-Ciryatan that was hostile to  the Eldar. She hoped to sever close ties with the Elves and establish an independent society aloof strictly “Adûnaic” lines. She believed in Númenorean superiority and wanted to see her people to role over all Men. Like Er-Murazor (Khamûl) she left the great isle to seek her own crown in Endor in S.A. 1914.

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