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May 21 2018

thinkmillionsmakemillions:

robregal:

freeandformed:

freeandformed:

if you’re reading this

a lump sum of money is on the way to you

  • it happened today, damn that was like 3 days maybe?

It Works the money is on its way!

Need this.

Of course

eemaanuelee:

I’m very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very tired.

oneman-wolfpackk:

I know you’re tired bitch but keep fucking going

May 20 2018

a-magpie-witchling:

laurlaurrdraws:

kittykat8311:

mouseymoon:

rutabegaville:

kittykat8311:

steampunkette:

kittykat8311:

spideryspiderygoodness:

kittykat8311:

valkurion-transverse:

kittykat8311:

What does my cat think when I kiss his little head? Does he know it’s affection or does he think I’m trying to eat him

These questions are totes why I follow you, top quality content right here

It’s important!

Well it depends. Do you try to put ketchup on him before kissing his head, that would change things :P

Yes. I put ketchup on my cat before I kiss his head.

Fun bit of info!

Kitties rub their heads against their chosen people as a method of scent marking, but not of ownership. Instead, they’re getting their scent on you because they know that you’re a family, but you smell “Funny” compared to them. They’re trying to make you smell like their family.

If your cat allows you to kiss their little head, it’s because they’re accepting -your- scent, and being part of your family.

Ketchup included.

This is a good note, thank you

This why they boop you. :)

Fact:

In animals that have communal grooming as part of their behavior, sticking your face in their face for kisses/boops doesn’t bother them at all because they know you’re not going to eat them.

But, with frogs (and other animals you shouldn’t be putting your mouth on) that do not have communal grooming there’s a high chance their first reaction will be “plz don’t eat me” before realizing you do not mean them any harm.

Also; if you accidentally step on a cat or a dog, or accidentally pinch/hurt a smaller pet and after they squeak or yelp you start petting them and trying to reassure the animal that you weren’t trying to hurt them they’ll understand that. Puppies and kittens get a little too rough with their play, but when a litter-mate ends up squeaking because they got hurt the puppy or kitten will stop playing so roughly and switch to kisses/licks as a way to apologize before they go back to playing.

When humans act the same way, and do not hurt them again it registers as “oh that wasn’t on purpose” and the animal quickly forgives you.

It’s the animal equivalent of “Don’t tell Mom!”

This is also good to know, thank you!

Thank fucking god

THANK FUCKING GOD.

now-theres-a-spoiler-for-you:

caffeinewitchcraft:

tiger-in-the-flightdeck:

spillsnchills:

When a character doesn’t realize they’ve been, like, shot or whatever and they hand brushes against their side and comes away wet with blood, and they’re just staring at it like wtf is this and then their knees just totally give out on them and they sink down, maybe gasping a little as the reality finally hits them. That’s good stuff.

I see that, and raise you a character who knows they’ve been shot, but waits until the rest of their crew is out of sight to put their hand against the slowly spreading stain of blood on their shirt, then trying to steady their breathing so they can follow without letting on how injured they are.

Okay but like the character who doesn’t realize they’ve been hurt trying to see if everyone else is okay only to slowly realize that everyone is looking at them with mounting horror. Then they touch their side to find it’s wet and oh no

Don’t forget the character who doesn’t realise they’ve been killed and continues on, only to discover much later on that the reason everyone seems to be avoiding them is that they’re not really there at all.

snorlax-and-co:

cantwaittoteach:

courtneyhammett:

Not every day has to “count.” Some days, your purpose is to make it to the next one. That counts too.

Damn I needed this today.

Me too, thank you.

romiet-juleo

Be the best you can be = a serial killer 😊

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Can we appreciate this glowup (top is 2013/14 - present where i’m a serial killer)

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elena-gilbert:

amy pond meme: (5/6) episodes

7.03 A Town Called Mercy

“You see, this is what happens when you travel alone for too long. Well, listen to me, Doctor. We can’t be like him. We have to be better than him.”

eternalgirlscout:

me: *happens to stand between multiple light sources and casts two shadows because that’s how shadows work*

my brain, still to this day, every single time:

image

PTSD Things You Don’t See In Quirky Posts About PTSD

deathrisen:

  • is this really my personality or a result of years of trauma/abuse?
  • trusting people????????in MY brain???? not as likely as u think
  • Achievement Unlocked: Repressed Memory Finally Resurfaces After 10+ Years
  • Numb? Numb.
  • hyper vigilance
  • Healthy Coping Mechanisms? never heard of those
  • time to cry out of nowhere just do it just cry
  • AN G E R 
  • [ redacted ]
  • Self Destructive Mode ON

alteanlance:

alteanlance:

me when im working on something: oh i am so fucking genius,

me looking at the completed work: absolute fucking garbage who allowed my hands to make this

me coming up with concepts and ideas: this is so fucking good wtf

me actually having to work on it: what kind of fucking bullshit 

mysticalcoffeequeen:

When you thought it would be easy peasy lemon squeezy but it turns out to be difficult difficult lemon difficult.

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jaimelannistre:

Yes, yes, I know they’ll get it all wrong without me.

Tell my muse how you'd fuck them. Tell them your fantasies. Make them horny, flustered--make them need you.

officialearthbound:

frigidloki:

Man every other op on my dash is deactivated these days like what the hell happened.

May 13 2018

blackbearmagic:

my favorite Millennial Thing™ is when a group of us are standing around and talking and someone asks a question that no one knows the answer to and suddenly it’s a race to get out your phone and google it and be the first to know, and then someone starts reading the Wikipedia article about the thing aloud to everyone else, and what started as a casual conversation is now A Learning Opportunity and we all walk away a little more knowledgeable about a random topic

Like, Boomers hate when we do that, but I think it’s one of the best things about us.

So long as we have internet or a cell signal, all of the world’s collective knowledge is at our fingertips, and damned if we aren’t going to use it.

aphony-cree:

kagetsukai:

yournewapartment:

thesnadger:

Since once in a blue moon I actually discover a decent rule for adulting, and since I know I have followers a few years younger than me who are just entering the workforce, I want to tell you about a very important phrase. 

“I won’t be available.”

Imagine you’re at work and your boss asks you to come in on Saturday. Saturday is usually your day off–coming in Saturdays is not an obligation to keep your job. Maybe you were going to watch a movie with a friend, or maybe you were just going to lie in bed and eat ice cream for eight hours, but either way you really, really don’t want to give up your day off.

If you consider yourself a millennial you’ve probably been raised to believe you need to justify not being constantly at work. And if you’re a gen-Z kid you’re likely getting the same toxic messages that we did. So in a situation like that, you might be inclined to do one of three things:

  1. Tell your boss you’d rather not give up your day off. Cave when they pressure you to come in anyway, since you’re not doing anything important.
  2. Tell your boss you’d rather not give up your day off. Over-apologize and worry that you looked bad/unprofessional.
  3. Lie and say you’ve got a doctor’s appointment or some other activity that feels like an adequate justification for not working.

The fact is, it doesn’t matter to your boss whether you’re having open heart surgery or watching anime in your underwear on Saturday. The only thing that affects them is the fact that you won’t be at work. So telling them why you won’t be at work only gives them reason to try and pressure you to come in anyway.

If you say “I won’t be available,” giving no further information, you’d be surprised how often that’s enough. Be polite and sympathetic in your tone, maybe even say “sorry, but I won’t be available.” But don’t make an excuse. If your boss is a professional individual, they’ll accept that as a ‘no’ and try to find someone else. 

But bosses aren’t always professional. Sometimes they’re whiny little tyrants. So, what if they pressure you further? The answer is–politely and sympathetically give them no further information.

“Are you sure you’re not available?” “Sorry, but yes.”

“Why won’t you be available?” “I have a prior commitment.” (Which you do, even if it’s only to yourself.)

“What’s your prior commitment?” “Sorry, but that’s kind of personal.”

“Can you reschedule it?” “I’m afraid not. Maybe someone else can come in?”

If you don’t give them anything to work with, they can’t pressure you into going beyond your obligations as an employee. And when they realize that, they’ll also realize they have to find someone else to come in and move on.

IMPORTANT!! PLEASE READ!!

Just like with many other parts of life, learn to say ‘no’ to people. You are important. Don’t kill yourself for another person, esp. if they are your boss.

If they’re trying to get you to stay late, use “there’s somewhere I need to be.” It’s not a lie even if the place you need to be is in your shower washing off the day

Some employers will wait and corner you as you’re getting ready to leave, thinking you’ll feel more pressured to help out. You can turn this tactic back on them by sounding rushed as you say “Sorry, there’s somewhere I need to be.” They’ll assume it’s something you have to do at a set time (like a doctor’s appointment or babysitting) and those are much harder to talk people out of than casual plans, so most bosses wont even try

mtvgeneration:

i’m terrified of sounding mean on the internet so i always add too many exclamation marks and smiley faces but i think it makes me sound like a primary school teacher

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