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faiarr0w:

feiens-snowden:

o-heichou-my-heichou:

THIS FUCKING HAWK LOOKS LIKE HE’S IN SO MUCH DISTRESS. HE JUST POPPED THE INFLATABLE PIGEON AND JUST LOOK AT HIM. LIKE “PREY MELT? WHAT DO? THIS NOT IN HAWK SCHOOL. THIS NOT FOOD.”

His whole life was a lie

THEY DIDN’T COVER THIS IN BIRD SCHOOL WHICH IS FOR BIRDS

faiarr0w:

feiens-snowden:

o-heichou-my-heichou:

THIS FUCKING HAWK LOOKS LIKE HE’S IN SO MUCH DISTRESS. HE JUST POPPED THE INFLATABLE PIGEON AND JUST LOOK AT HIM. LIKE “PREY MELT? WHAT DO? THIS NOT IN HAWK SCHOOL. THIS NOT FOOD.”

His whole life was a lie

THEY DIDN’T COVER THIS IN BIRD SCHOOL WHICH IS FOR BIRDS

equalistmako:

"No, I’m not going to take some of Spongebob’s pics down to make room for your drawing— that’d be ridiculous. Go put it somewhere else. Share it online for all I care. Just get it out of my sight.”

*laughs* … *cries*

Why is everyone scaremongering over Korra being cancelled? Hell, they have the next book already in the works ://

rubitrightintomyeyes:

Thirty three screaming frogs.

Damn son…These be some pissed off frogs

tropius:

jellygod:

hellofromtumblr:

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I’m willing to bank money on the following things happening with this:
13 year olds with about 40 different pronouns are gonna head up this panel
There is gonna be a bunch of drama and in-fighting
It’s going to try and do something involving money
It’s all gonna fall apart
And piss people off

tropius:

jellygod:

hellofromtumblr:

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Thanks already for doing this. It means the world.

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I’m willing to bank money on the following things happening with this:

  • 13 year olds with about 40 different pronouns are gonna head up this panel
  • There is gonna be a bunch of drama and in-fighting
  • It’s going to try and do something involving money
  • It’s all gonna fall apart
  • And piss people off
inreimerwebelievein:

reptiglo:

Captain Double Double!

this just showed up on my dash and I just had to #Canadian

This dude shows up to every Anime North and I love it!

inreimerwebelievein:

reptiglo:

Captain Double Double!

this just showed up on my dash and I just had to #Canadian

This dude shows up to every Anime North and I love it!

thefrogman:

Doodle Time by Sarah Anderson [tumblr | twitter | facebook]

And if you’ve ever gone to any animal/pet forums and read the horror stories of children and pets, you’ll not only wish to NEVER have a child, but you’ll never even let one of those filthy monsters anywhere NEAR your pets.

thefrogman:

Doodle Time by Sarah Anderson [tumblr | twitter | facebook]

And if you’ve ever gone to any animal/pet forums and read the horror stories of children and pets, you’ll not only wish to NEVER have a child, but you’ll never even let one of those filthy monsters anywhere NEAR your pets.

Me at work

Me at work

girlwhowasonfire:

viewfromthebottom:

 

girlwhowasonfire:

shitangiggle:

girlwhowasonfire:

Petition to ban old men from writing books just because they don’t know how to use an iPhone

Petition to have the youth in this country to actually educate themselves instead of spitting out some bullshit they read on some shitty post on facebook that’s untrue, and continues to spread like wildfire.

In 2012, young adults set the record of completing both high school and college and are on course to become the most educated generation in American history. Maybe you should follow the example of ‘the youth in this country’ and do the same.


They may be ‘educated’ in the sense that mom and dad have paid for their tuitions. But who’s to say just because you have completed and graduated your course does it mean you actually get it? And do you have employment? Nah.
While they may be book smart, they definitely are not street smart and many seem to be socially inept. Everyone has ‘social anxiety’, it was called, life has ups and downs, you have to roll with it.
God this makes me sound old.

Employed, educated, college grad here! Most college students don’t get their tuition completely paid for by their parents - if we did, we wouldn’t be struggling under the weight of hefty student loans. Thank you for the inaccurate generalization (with no research to back up your claim, by the way) that we’re not ‘street smart’ and don’t really ‘get’ what we dedicate at least 4 years of our life to study for. 
Sure, my generation may have introverted people who don’t like as much social interaction, but I don’t see you complaining about it when they fix your computer so you can continue to run your blog dedicated to crying about the younger generation and reblogging pornography.

Well on the subject of generalizations:
Graduated, employed in the IT sector (Those guys that fix your computers) and EXTROVERTED adult who’s fed up with the bullshit from BOTH ends of the spectrum.
Baby boomers and Gen-X: Not all of us that are unemployed are lazy good for nothing, liberal art degree majors that refuse to learn and evolve marketable talents. It’s a tough as shit market out there and it’s tough to get started without a strong professional network, references, volunteer/intern work (See unpaid), and willingness to start at the bottom.
Gen-Y/Millennials: Grow the fuck up. It’s a tough as shit market out there and not everything you peruse in education will yield results. If you have to take out a loan for your education, then you HAVE to look at the ROI (Return on investment). Some jobs are in more demand then others, and last I checked…You can’t pay your rent on “A great learning experience” alone. If you have a solid plan, and a road map to get there, go for it! But if you don’t do your research into your future career for demand and you don’t follow through on your plan (Especially biting the bullet for unpaid experience) you’re going to end up working minimum wage to pay off your debts.
Now if you have the extra money and are able to pay for your education outright, then go for it! Especially if you already have a solid career and say…Want to get a fine arts degree on the side as a hobby, then fucking go nuts! But don’t rely on a “Dream” to get you paid

girlwhowasonfire:

viewfromthebottom:

 

girlwhowasonfire:

shitangiggle:

girlwhowasonfire:

Petition to ban old men from writing books just because they don’t know how to use an iPhone

Petition to have the youth in this country to actually educate themselves instead of spitting out some bullshit they read on some shitty post on facebook that’s untrue, and continues to spread like wildfire.

In 2012, young adults set the record of completing both high school and college and are on course to become the most educated generation in American history. Maybe you should follow the example of ‘the youth in this country’ and do the same.

They may be ‘educated’ in the sense that mom and dad have paid for their tuitions. But who’s to say just because you have completed and graduated your course does it mean you actually get it? And do you have employment? Nah.

While they may be book smart, they definitely are not street smart and many seem to be socially inept. Everyone has ‘social anxiety’, it was called, life has ups and downs, you have to roll with it.

God this makes me sound old.

Employed, educated, college grad here! Most college students don’t get their tuition completely paid for by their parents - if we did, we wouldn’t be struggling under the weight of hefty student loans. Thank you for the inaccurate generalization (with no research to back up your claim, by the way) that we’re not ‘street smart’ and don’t really ‘get’ what we dedicate at least 4 years of our life to study for. 

Sure, my generation may have introverted people who don’t like as much social interaction, but I don’t see you complaining about it when they fix your computer so you can continue to run your blog dedicated to crying about the younger generation and reblogging pornography.

Well on the subject of generalizations:

Graduated, employed in the IT sector (Those guys that fix your computers) and EXTROVERTED adult who’s fed up with the bullshit from BOTH ends of the spectrum.

Baby boomers and Gen-X: Not all of us that are unemployed are lazy good for nothing, liberal art degree majors that refuse to learn and evolve marketable talents. It’s a tough as shit market out there and it’s tough to get started without a strong professional network, references, volunteer/intern work (See unpaid), and willingness to start at the bottom.

Gen-Y/Millennials: Grow the fuck up. It’s a tough as shit market out there and not everything you peruse in education will yield results. If you have to take out a loan for your education, then you HAVE to look at the ROI (Return on investment). Some jobs are in more demand then others, and last I checked…You can’t pay your rent on “A great learning experience” alone. If you have a solid plan, and a road map to get there, go for it! But if you don’t do your research into your future career for demand and you don’t follow through on your plan (Especially biting the bullet for unpaid experience) you’re going to end up working minimum wage to pay off your debts.

Now if you have the extra money and are able to pay for your education outright, then go for it! Especially if you already have a solid career and say…Want to get a fine arts degree on the side as a hobby, then fucking go nuts! But don’t rely on a “Dream” to get you paid

collegehumor:

Dear Liberal Arts Degree
I am writing to inform you that you are a liar and an asshole.As you are aware, I recently graduated from the fine institution of Sarah Lawrence College with you in my hands and a dopey expression of naïve optimism on my face. As I gazed upon you with a false sense of accomplishment, you whispered, “Don’t worry. I’m here for you. Go out into the world.”But I’m onto you, dickweed. You must have been in cahoots with the commencement speaker, because I left graduation feeling pretty damn special. In fact, I exited campus that day as confident as a Samurai. And do you know why I chose Samurai for that metaphor, Liberal Arts Degree? Because Samurai skills are pretty cool when you’re learning them, but are actually pretty fucking useless in the real world.Part of me is impressed by your trickery. You must have felt preeetty pleased for that time you convinced me that math classes were unnecessary. “Expand your horizons”, you said. “Become more well-rounded,” you said. Well, Liberal Arts Degree, thanks to you, I can barely add double digit numbers. Oh, if you have a moment, could you do me a favor and call up Wittgenstein? Because last time I checked, him and that Cambodian basket-weaving class I took a few semesters ago weren’t planning on paying for my rent.Oh, and remember that time we got a little drunk and you told me I had a “great imagination?” And that if “I can dream it, I can do it”? That was some real solid advice. Because you know what dreams and the imagination have in common? They both ONLY TAKE PLACE INSIDE MY HEAD. Though it is funny you said that, Liberal Arts Degree, because sometimes when I become bored, I imagine I’m Regis Philbin when he was still hosting Live! With Regis and Kelly. And last night, I had a startlingly vivid dream I was flying an elephant over the Charles River. But when I woke up, I was still waiting tables in my hometown.Oh Liberal Arts Degree, how did it come to this? We used to be so happy together. Sometimes I look back longingly on the first few years of college, when you were so charming and inviting and we got along so well—before I knew of your lies and deceit. If only I had listened to my parents, who warned me of your negative influences. If only I hadn’t cut off all of my hair because of you, and now people weren’t constantly assuming I’m a lesbian. If only I had known then that choosing a concentration in English led to one of two career paths. If only.But we can’t change the past, Liberal Arts Degree, and so you can go suck on one. I want you to know that I’ve not only moved on, but am in pursuit of something way more attractive. So get jealous, because it’s called a Master’s Degree — and although I’m not sure exactly how, it’s totally going to secure my future.Sincerely,Your Ex-LoverP.S. I recognize this is a bit of a touchy subject now, but do you think you could talk to your dad about sending me the email address of his friend, the screenwriter? I know it’s far-fetched but I’m really just trying to get my foot in the door. Thanks.

collegehumor:

Dear Liberal Arts Degree

I am writing to inform you that you are a liar and an asshole.

As you are aware, I recently graduated from the fine institution of Sarah Lawrence College with you in my hands and a dopey expression of naïve optimism on my face. As I gazed upon you with a false sense of accomplishment, you whispered, “Don’t worry. I’m here for you. Go out into the world.”

But I’m onto you, dickweed. You must have been in cahoots with the commencement speaker, because I left graduation feeling pretty damn special. In fact, I exited campus that day as confident as a Samurai. And do you know why I chose Samurai for that metaphor, Liberal Arts Degree? Because Samurai skills are pretty cool when you’re learning them, but are actually pretty fucking useless in the real world.

Part of me is impressed by your trickery. You must have felt preeetty pleased for that time you convinced me that math classes were unnecessary. “Expand your horizons”, you said. “Become more well-rounded,” you said. Well, Liberal Arts Degree, thanks to you, I can barely add double digit numbers. Oh, if you have a moment, could you do me a favor and call up Wittgenstein? Because last time I checked, him and that Cambodian basket-weaving class I took a few semesters ago weren’t planning on paying for my rent.

Oh, and remember that time we got a little drunk and you told me I had a “great imagination?” And that if “I can dream it, I can do it”? That was some real solid advice. Because you know what dreams and the imagination have in common? They both ONLY TAKE PLACE INSIDE MY HEAD. Though it is funny you said that, Liberal Arts Degree, because sometimes when I become bored, I imagine I’m Regis Philbin when he was still hosting Live! With Regis and Kelly. And last night, I had a startlingly vivid dream I was flying an elephant over the Charles River. But when I woke up, I was still waiting tables in my hometown.

Oh Liberal Arts Degree, how did it come to this? We used to be so happy together. Sometimes I look back longingly on the first few years of college, when you were so charming and inviting and we got along so well—before I knew of your lies and deceit. If only I had listened to my parents, who warned me of your negative influences. If only I hadn’t cut off all of my hair because of you, and now people weren’t constantly assuming I’m a lesbian. If only I had known then that choosing a concentration in English led to one of two career paths. If only.

But we can’t change the past, Liberal Arts Degree, and so you can go suck on one. I want you to know that I’ve not only moved on, but am in pursuit of something way more attractive. So get jealous, because it’s called a Master’s Degree — and although I’m not sure exactly how, it’s totally going to secure my future.

Sincerely,
Your Ex-Lover

P.S. I recognize this is a bit of a touchy subject now, but do you think you could talk to your dad about sending me the email address of his friend, the screenwriter? I know it’s far-fetched but I’m really just trying to get my foot in the door. Thanks.