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rottinggod:

im so bored with this new trend of saying talking to someone all the time and desiring attention isn’t natural and is manipulative etc etc cause it’s usually telling bpd people who literally need attention and communication to survive that they’re manipulative and not natural. thanks.

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owldude:

bryko:

AN ACTUAL SLIDE FROM NINTENDO’S 2003 E3 PRESS CONFERENCE

early 2000s is a treasure

owldude:

bryko:

AN ACTUAL SLIDE FROM NINTENDO’S 2003 E3 PRESS CONFERENCE

early 2000s is a treasure

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markiplier-reaction-posts:

"What are you doing with your life?"

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"What do you want to be when you get older?"

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"What’s your favorite food?"

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"What college are you going to go to?"

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"Hey, can I borrow your phone?"

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"What do you want for dinner?"

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dreamwurks:

sweetmoonbeam17:

iansmick:

i’m hiccup. 

you’re hiccup. 

we’re all hiccup.

bUT WHY

I am begging you no one buy this

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malcolmsex:

pennislots:

riningear:

Every time this post comes around, I have to explain this. 

Watch Dennou Coil, the most underrated anime pretty much ever. 

  • Yes, this is the standard of animation throughout the series. 
  • AND THIS IS A FILLER EPISODE. 
  • It’s basically about kids with what’s essentially Google Glass: The Game. The whole world is affected by this game. Traffic lights, school, anything. 
  • It’s good in the beginning and gets really, really good by the end. 
  • Shows the vulnerabilities of children.
  • Well-written children in general. They fall under some tropes but they don’t suffer from the usual fallacies of writing children into series. 
  • And yeah, the filler episodes are really good. The whole series is worth watching. 

Reblogging as a reminder to myself

 wish this show was longer.

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krissiikisses:

This book teaches black, Afro-descendent, Afro-Latina, and/or Garifuna girls how to positively describe different hair types instead of using the term “bad hair”. Fun illustrations were created to help describe different types of hair and hairstyles. This book was created to empower little girls so they can embrace and love their beautiful natural hair. This book calls for all of us to work as equal partners to encourage our girls by using proper terminology to describe their hair which is directly linked to their essence and self-esteem.

@Nopelomalo

(via precontation)

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rooster-tumble:

Achievement Hunter: All the Minecraft Let’s Play’s so far

I’ve decided that I’ll be updating this every week, so click here to find the newest one. I’ll also try to reblog this post every time I update it so that you can find it that way too, if you want.

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di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

(via precontation)

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