my name is angela how you doin

sproutoftheblue:

CLASSIC

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partybarackisinthehousetonight:

“I OBJECT!!!!” the defendant screams in court. the judge gives him a very emotional hug and says “no…you human”

notmargaery:

*university voice* unfortunately… we have too much money… so we have to raise tuition so we can build a place to keep all the other money in… so sorry unavoidable

uno-flatu:

If only every concept was explained with a Disney reference, I’d be doing even better in law school.

uno-flatu:

If only every concept was explained with a Disney reference, I’d be doing even better in law school.

stupidstagram:

tumblr post: you are such a uGLY cutie and i wanna HOLD YOUR DUMB HaND and kiss your … (345,000 notes) 

me: chill 

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ignite-and-aim:

yes

chickenstab:

halloween’s coming early on tumblr

dehydrated hoe: you look like a dweeb caring around that water bottle all day lol
me: yeah bitch well you look like a crunch bar and I bet ya pee is yellow

I love my skin!

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urgentcum:

today i saw a person interacting with another person and i was like how do you do it?

newyearseves:

fun. - through the years

brainstatic:

the-scalpel-hand:

brainstatic:

This is the English word I want to get tattooed on my wrist. It means “to keep breathing even though the water rises all around you.” English is such a mystical exotic language. They can fit so much meaning into so small a word.

…because it’s not a word, it’s an acronym, for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.  …Also I’m pretty sure that even when used as a verb, or anything other than a noun, it still doesn’t mean what you think it means.  From the way you worded your post it sounds like you’re a non-native English speaker (and I don’t really care if you are or aren’t), and it sounds like you’re about to do what a lot of US citizens like to do and tattoo Japanese or Chinese words on our bodies without knowing what they really mean-which, I may note, is an incredibly stupid thing to do.  So please, save yourself from being ridiculed and don’t get this tattooed on your arm.  .

Oh man, you’re right next to it. It’s right in front of you. You’re so close.

brainstatic:

the-scalpel-hand:

brainstatic:

This is the English word I want to get tattooed on my wrist. It means “to keep breathing even though the water rises all around you.” English is such a mystical exotic language. They can fit so much meaning into so small a word.

…because it’s not a word, it’s an acronym, for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.  …Also I’m pretty sure that even when used as a verb, or anything other than a noun, it still doesn’t mean what you think it means.  From the way you worded your post it sounds like you’re a non-native English speaker (and I don’t really care if you are or aren’t), and it sounds like you’re about to do what a lot of US citizens like to do and tattoo Japanese or Chinese words on our bodies without knowing what they really mean-which, I may note, is an incredibly stupid thing to do.  So please, save yourself from being ridiculed and don’t get this tattooed on your arm.  .

Oh man, you’re right next to it. It’s right in front of you. You’re so close.

Jack Antonoff, Nate Ruess, and Andrew Dost of the group fun. during the 31st Annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at the Hollywood & Highland Center on April 23, 2014 in Hollywood, California.

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