i either read for 4 hours straight or dont read for 4 months there is no in between
once i was at a party and they asked me what my dad did for a living and said that he died when i was 12 and of course i hear the collective “aaawww im so sorry”
and then i hear some girl whisper from the back “you’re halfway to becoming batman”
AND THAT IS HOW I MET ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS MORAL OF THE STORY IS IF YOU USE BLACK HUMOUR I WILL LOVE YOU
how to make friends
1. join anime group at school
2. say “yeh ive read the mango”
3. collect panties
PEOPLE WHO JUST RANDOMLY MEET BAND MEMBERS ON THE STREET HOW DO YOU DO IT
step one: go outside for once.
but the outernet is scary
the white guy is killin me
*looks nervously at obama* “h….ho………”
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In 1981, 4-year-old Rachel Giordano entered the studio to pose for a LEGO print ad. She was given a set of original LEGOs and her creation was used in the ad. The little red-haired girl, now a practicing naturopathic doctor, is all grown up and has a few things to say about the gender segmentation of toys. “Toys are supposed to foster creativity. But nowadays, it seems that a lot more toys already have messages built into them before a child even opens the pink or blue package. In 1981, LEGOs were simple and gender-neutral, and the creativity of the child produced the message. In 2014, it’s the reverse: the toy delivers a message to the child, and this message is weirdly about gender,” Rachel explains.
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Someone tested George-Michael’s “unfailing internal clock.”
This is what the internet is for.
I love it when people compliment my hair like thank you I grew it myself