1. Had to give it 5/10. You made me do THIS, Moffat!

     

  2. loltias:

    Seeing people the same age as you doing awesome things with their lifeimage

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  3. mandyshnud:

    k-lionheart:

    chainedchaos:

    injured-fallen-angel:

    parabolame:

    spirkcantwerk:

    shoopei:

    narcolepticspaniels:

    I don’t get it

    omg

    okay someone explain this now thank

    I love how the people who know keeping blogging this without any explanation.

    what

    Beautiful.

    i… what the—-OH. Oh you clever bastards

    Whoever explains this I will love forever cause I don’t freaking get it

    Lol

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  4. lightninmcqueer:

    pikachu you asshole

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  5. 2by2handsofblue:

    abbadonallhope:

    bitterassfandom:

    onedirectionfangirlproblems:

    usa gets silver:

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    russia gets silver:

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    chinese get silver:

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    british get bronze:

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    actually, it’s been psychologically proven that bronze winners are happier than silver winners! silver winners see themselves as being “so close” to gold, while bronze winners are just happy they won a medal. so any silver medalist isn’t as happy as a bronze medalist!

    Canada gets silver:image

    ok but it’s canada

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  6. reblog if u ugly af and u admit it and accept it #2K14

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  7. On Hating Effortless YouTubers

    Hatred happens everywhere and it’s easier to hate about anything on the Internet. No physical contact needed.

    Entertainment youtubers often get mean comments saying that they don’t deserve to get famous and rich more than science youtubers. Which I kind of agree.

    Take Marzia Bisognin for example, she got famous just because she is PewDiePie's girlfriend (PewDiePie has already had a huge fanbase on gaming athough his videos are a bit effortless too). Her videos are about fashion, make-up, vlogging.. but get more views than most videos on YouTube.

    Then there is this video which is basically just about a guy putting make-up on his sister. Nothing scientific going on, yet it has 3.5 million views in 2 years.

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    Haters gonna hate.

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    Yeah that’s called LIFE. Even in reality, entertainment gets more attention than science stuffs. Simple attractive people get more attention than smart ugly people. I admit that I’m not liking this situation too, but calling someone “bitch” when she just uploads a video that gets more views than yours is unethical. If you don’t want it to be famous, don’t watch it. There’s no need to lower your dignity by mean commenting to anyone.

    I agree that this kind of videos should not be famous but hey, who are we to judge? People often get bored and just click random videos. I too, sometimes watch videos for its conversation, to listen to youtubers’ accent, etc. There are 1 billion users in each month and 3 million views in 2 years is not that huge. Highest YouTube view count is still Gangnam Style.

    Do yourself a favor, if you don’t want an effortless video to get famous, just don’t watch it. Watch videos like Veritasium’s, MinutePhysics’, etc because they are awesome people and do make good in humanity. If you really need to comment on someone’s effortless video, do it politely.

    By the way, I like Pewd’s and Marzia’s videos because Marzia is beautiful humble girl even though her lifestyle is a high class, but she likes to read and she helps her viewers in fashion and make-up. Her videos are better than Nicki Minaj’s or Miley Cyrus’. She and Pewds are a cute couple and their videos are quite funny sometimes.

     
  8. a-storm-for-every-spring:

    In honor of hitting 69 followers I will be giving away this small shopping cart I found in the trash at work (I’m a janitor so this isn’t as strange as it sounds, I find all sorts of crap). You do not have to be following me, and I will ship anywhere in the world on my own money. If you would like to win said small shopping cart reblog this post by June 30th! Winner will be chosen at random.

    Awwwwwwwwww

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  9. Chvrches - The Mother We Share

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    This song is deeply rooted in me for a while now. If you see from the video, there’s a girl who looks depressed about something but eventually releases herself from it.

    The girl holds something from the past towards the other existence (a person, for instance). She would really love if this existence go away, and her life without it would be fairly easier. She could take action to free herself from the burden but she keeps to hold on, knowing that someday the burden will be gone by itself. The last part when the girl turns to lights is for me an interpretation of acceptance. She frees herself from the inside. Perhaps she hopes that the “mother” they share will bring something better in the future.

    [x]

     
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