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Imagine quirky description of boring old me over here. C'mon, I know you can do it. The mind is a wondrous place.

humansofnewyork:

Girl-in-black was explaining how much she enjoyed the fact that girl-in-white always wrote her handwritten notes. As she was explaining this, I noticed that girl-in-white’s eyes were lighting up. She turned to girl-in-black and said: “Can you cover your ears for a second?” 
Then she leaned toward me and whispered: “She doesn’t know this yet, but it’s our anniversary this weekend, and I’ve just covered the entire house in sticky notes.” 

humansofnewyork:

Girl-in-black was explaining how much she enjoyed the fact that girl-in-white always wrote her handwritten notes. As she was explaining this, I noticed that girl-in-white’s eyes were lighting up. She turned to girl-in-black and said: “Can you cover your ears for a second?” 

Then she leaned toward me and whispered: “She doesn’t know this yet, but it’s our anniversary this weekend, and I’ve just covered the entire house in sticky notes.” 

(via beshky)

keatonpickles:

honchcrow:

Reasons why im a bad friend:

• i get too attached

• i will complain about all my problems to you

i will snap at you by accident one day, causing you to hate me

i need to be reassured periodically CONSTANTLY that you dont think im annoying

• i am annoying

• im boring

• i dont know how to keep the conversation going

• i get emotional after midnight and will probably tell you something that could make you think differently of me

BUT SERIOUSLY

(via slaughterhouse-22)

So we were sitting in class today

arialenelove:

margaretthemagicdragon:

and my U.S. History teacher was trying to get us to understand why it was such a big deal that England had put a tax on colonial sugar, and he goes,

"What if you had to pay a tax every time you logged onto wifi?"

And the whole class just went

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and I heard at least two people whisper “I would murder someone”

I will keep reblogging this in the name of historical science

(via mooooooosings-on-the-whiteboard)

http://juice-chicago.tumblr.com/post/93322542498/crappblr-you-can-tell-a-lot-about-someone →

crappblr:

You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your ipod/phone/itunes/media player and write down the first 20 songs. Then pass this on to 10 people.

One rule: no skipping (tagged by eminoraddnine!)

I apologize in advance for my…

Ooh thanks! This should be interesting… 1. In My Defense - Freddie Mercury 2. Bring Him Home - Les Miserables soundtrack 3. Lonely Stranger - Eric Clapton 4. Acapulco - Neil Diamond (from The Jazz Singer soundtrack) 5. I Guess That’s Why They Call it the Blues - Elton John 6. Goin’ Away Baby - Eric Clapton 7. Master of Ceremonies - Pink Floyd 8. Just One of Those Things - Ella Fitzgerald and Paul Smith 9. Hard Time Killing Floor Blues - O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack 10. Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 ‘Pathetique’ - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 11. One of These Days - Pink Floyd 12. My Fairy King - Queen 13. Octopus’s Garden - The Beatles 14. Accende Lumen Seribus - Leonard Bernstein 15. Beast of Burden - The Rolling Stones 16. Asimbonanga - Johnny Clegg and Savuka 17. Watching the River Flow - Bob Dylan 18. History Will Teach Us Nothing - Sting 19. Spanish Train - Chris de Burgh 20. Angry - Bobby McFerrin Why Paul Simon did not make it on this list is beyond me. I’ll put inspiredbygoats, whimsicalmanga, fueledbyramenn, staccatosounds, beshky, and kaieffingleng up to the task

(via slaughterhouse-22)

owlmylove:

during a quidditch game the Ravenclaw announcer narrates “and the seeker’s taking a dive, he’s turning down, can he-” before a muggleborn darts in and yells “TURN DOWN FOR WHAT” into the mic and every muggleborn in the entire arena loses their minds

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