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nevver:

die Bibliothek Cake

nevver:

die Bibliothek Cake

commanderholly:

chocolate-time-machine:

more bear owls

based on my favorite owls <3

Yes.

chocolate-time-machine
fuckyeahtattoos:

Pitbull-tattoo. Artist: Angry Fox (Татьяна Кирпичева)
Ekaterinburg, Russia

fuckyeahtattoos:

Pitbull-tattoo. Artist: Angry Fox (Татьяна Кирпичева)

Ekaterinburg, Russia

wowtastic-nature:

The Small Emperor Moth - Saturnia pavonia by  Lukas Jonaitis on 500px.com

wowtastic-nature:

The Small Emperor Moth - Saturnia pavonia by Lukas Jonaitis on 500px.com

wowtastic-nature
fenchurchdent:

chicklikemeblog:

Playboy’s catcall flowchart.  

I’m reblogging Playboy. Somebody stop me. 

fenchurchdent:

chicklikemeblog:

Playboy’s catcall flowchart.  

I’m reblogging Playboy. Somebody stop me. 

chicklikemeblog

"While toy libraries target younger children, libraries that offer video games draw teens. A librarian at the Houston Public Library tells NPR that offering game consoles and iPads “results in a 15% to 20% increase in the circulation of books.” The games themselves also seem to help struggling readers, with some reading text in video game format “that was up to eight grades above their reading level,” says Constance Steinkuehler, an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin.
Having gaming available at libraries has other advantages as well. It gives lower-income youth the chance to play games they may not be able to afford; offers teenagers a safe place; and helps teens understand that the library is a place where they can belong."

The case for making libraries full of toys and games – Quartz (via infoneer-pulse)

I have two friends who taught themselves to read by playing video games.

What matters is that kids read and that they think reading is fun. It doesn’t matter as much what they’re reading. If they read regularly and enjoy reading, they’ll eventually read “worthwhile literature,” too, and they’ll have good enough reading skills to do it.

(via neurodiversitysci)

qz.com
parakavka:

(via ゆりあがブリーダーから放棄された日 *の画像:黒柴けんしろう*ゆるりな日常)

parakavka:

(via ゆりあがブリーダーから放棄された日 *の画像:黒柴けんしろう*ゆるりな日常)

Aug. 27 1:35 pm

justice4mikebrown:

bedabug

the-time-goddess-of-221b:

bard-of-time-will-be-late:

mori-ar-ti:

my mom was playing world of warcraft and someone said “fuck off” and she said “such language” and the next person said “very swear” and the next said “much offensive” and basically my mom started crying and blamed me

WoW.

Did you just

mori-ar-ti
love-health-workout:

omq-ashton:

disneyismyloveandlife:

jellals:

my brother fucking sent me this picture and said “remember… who you are…”

IVE REBLOGGED THIS LIKE THREE TIMES AND ONLY NOW AM I SEEING THE FUCKING LION

This is cool af

am i the only one who sees a dolphin

love-health-workout:

omq-ashton:

disneyismyloveandlife:

jellals:

my brother fucking sent me this picture and said “remember… who you are…”

IVE REBLOGGED THIS LIKE THREE TIMES AND ONLY NOW AM I SEEING THE FUCKING LION

This is cool af

am i the only one who sees a dolphin

jellals
quietly-creeping:

pandorasprings:

a whole study asking the important questions

(transcription of the abstract)
Despite the popular belief that feminists dislike men, few studies have actually examined the empirical accuracy of this stereotype. The present study examined self-identified feminists’ and nonfeminists’ attitudes toward men. An ethnically diverse sample (N = 488) of college students responded to statements from the Ambivalence toward Men Inventory (AMI; Glick &amp; Fiske, 1999). Contrary to popular beliefs, feminists reported lower levels of hostility toward men than did nonfeminists. The persistence of the myth of the man-hating feminist is explored.
*places hands on chin* Hmm, would you look at that.

quietly-creeping:

pandorasprings:

a whole study asking the important questions

(transcription of the abstract)

Despite the popular belief that feminists dislike men, few studies have actually examined the empirical accuracy of this stereotype. The present study examined self-identified feminists’ and nonfeminists’ attitudes toward men. An ethnically diverse sample (N = 488) of college students responded to statements from the Ambivalence toward Men Inventory (AMI; Glick & Fiske, 1999). Contrary to popular beliefs, feminists reported lower levels of hostility toward men than did nonfeminists. The persistence of the myth of the man-hating feminist is explored.

*places hands on chin* Hmm, would you look at that.

pandorasprings

sun-thief-rai:

lauriejuspeczyk:

so you’re telling me there’s an alien who regenerates into a completely random form, that he cannot control or determine himself, and who understandably could take millions of different appearances, but who all 13 times just turned into a different skinny white guy

image

lauriejuspeczyk