Reblogged from feuer frei

moosekingofhell:

Forever wondering if I am contributing to a conversation by using my own experiences or being self centered and rude.

I avoid this feeling by never ever telling anyone anything about me, as a result, I don’t know how to communicate or relate to or confide in anyone, it’s awesome

Reblogged from caring is creepy

zombres:

taokan:

thelindsaytuggey:

Do you have a shorter name?

Every time I watch the movie (which is probably way too much), I swoon a bit when Bruce Willis says, “LeeLoo” like it’s the most beautiful name he’s ever heard.

I FINALLY watched this movie a few nights ago, i know, it’s stupid that i hadn’t seen it yet, but it was so good!!!!!! ! SO good.  I’m gonna watch it a hundred more times

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I got a good morning text this morning!  I never get those, it was awesome.   from a friend I haven’t seen in……….seven months.
 and then I tried to reply but I accidentally hit ‘call’ because my iphone is stupid and it was awkward because it was an accidental call but I talked to her for a minute so it was alright

Shiny!!!!

Shiny!!!!

rachelsilentq:

I totally had this tent as a kid!

I had one kinda like that but I think it had Timon and Pumbaa on it!  I think!

Reblogged from Wars of Attrition

you are human tennis elbow

you are a pizza burn on the roof of the world’s mouth

you are the opposite of batman

badlydrawnrubikscubes:

jubaloodesign:

The Book Of Everyone Rubik’s Cube. Print commissioned by KK Outlet for the launch exhibition of The Book Of Everyone.

What’s going on with this cool looking cube trying to use the isometric perspective to blend in?
Well, we can see both a red and and orange center, so it’s not a standard Rubik’s cube. That’s a warning flag but it could still be an ok cube, right?
So what are the centers we can’t see? Since we have blue-white and blue-red edges, blue center must be down. That means the blue-green-yellow corner that fits in the far corner should have blue down. That means the far-right center is green and the far-left center is yellow.
But if yellow center’s opposite to the red center, how can we have a red-yellow-??? corner piece? If you follow this blog you’re probably suspecting the answer by now:
This is a badly drawn Rubik’s cube.

this is my new favorite blog!!!!

badlydrawnrubikscubes:

jubaloodesign:

The Book Of Everyone Rubik’s Cube. Print commissioned by KK Outlet for the launch exhibition of The Book Of Everyone.

What’s going on with this cool looking cube trying to use the isometric perspective to blend in?

Well, we can see both a red and and orange center, so it’s not a standard Rubik’s cube. That’s a warning flag but it could still be an ok cube, right?

So what are the centers we can’t see? Since we have blue-white and blue-red edges, blue center must be down. That means the blue-green-yellow corner that fits in the far corner should have blue down. That means the far-right center is green and the far-left center is yellow.

But if yellow center’s opposite to the red center, how can we have a red-yellow-??? corner piece? If you follow this blog you’re probably suspecting the answer by now:

This is a badly drawn Rubik’s cube.

this is my new favorite blog!!!!

Reblogged from desert flume

rachelsilentq:

I have these as postcards sitting on my desk. Would anyone like some mail?

Yes please

Reblogged from Wars of Attrition