kellyangel:

I made this long Twilight summary a while back but I never shared the whole thing with you tumblr. I should probably point out that I’ve only seen 2 of the movies and not read any of the books so there might be 1 or 2 teensy errors…. 

(Source: anythingcomic.com)

staff:

envoya:

this must be what tumblr looks like irl

This is exactly what tumblr looks like IRL

staff:

envoya:

this must be what tumblr looks like irl

This is exactly what tumblr looks like IRL

thesubbburbs:

Probably the worst types of people are the ones that shut you down to make themselves look cooler than you, for example if you get excited and squeal and they’re like “woah what was that..” or if you talk loudly because you’re passionate about something and they say “relax dude wow” and then give a look… Like fuck off stop trying to act so cool and collected. You don’t seem more mature you just seem fucking boring and monotonously placid.

Who would like a steam code to get speedrunners first person to say they want it gets it?

onlylolgifs:

Time before handsfree

hespokeoftoast:

I was not fucking ready

(Source: lolgifs.net)

bovidae:

not changing ur url to maintain your brand recognition

mythoftheslayer:

trashworu:

do-i-look-like-i-caaaaare:

look at the fuucking notes i’m dying

the amount of people who probably don’t know this is weeb shit omg

how about the people who don’t care whether or not it’s weeb shit because it applies to them, due to the fact that the academically gifted are lauded as “the best and brightest” of their age, that they are incredibly smart and talented and nothing is going to stand in their way? Except, the problem is, even for those few of us who kept that level up, who never hit our wall where we needed to start studying in order to pass class and achieve good grades, it doesn’t really fucking mean anything out in the world; the fact that I could do pre-calculus in my head doesn’t mean anything, working as a grocery clerk. I can spout hundreds of names and dates and years of historical importance, but that’s not going to fix the car battery. I can explain laws of science in such detail as to induce tears of boredom, but fuck if that’s going to impress anyone outside of actual scientists or science-oriented undergrads, and it’s definitely not going to give me any sort of money.

The system isn’t really about learning, honestly. It’s about passing, and shipping you off to the next group for you to make them look good on paper with your test scores and your “progress” reports. Those with lesser intelligence are forced to work so that they can keep up with their more academically gifted peers. Those with more intelligence are either pushed not to excel too far, or else they’re glorified to the point that once they start to hit their ceiling they begin to feel like failures.

Come adulthood, everyone has to face the exact same things. The learning curve is still there, but it becomes sink or swim; all those lessons they should have been teaching, about home ownership and mortgages and keeping balanced budgets, they pushed aside, made us feel like those weren’t as important as the academics, or else didn’t have at all. When we all face the same problems, when the academic knowledge you were so praised for in your school career means jack shit and you suddenly understand how the hell everyone else feels and how they all live, it fucking sucks. Anyone who’s out of school is going to attempt the same vague sort of path, so individuality and personal intellect amounts to nothing once you’ve actually made it out of whatever level of school you stopped at.

So fuck off, and take your sense of superiority over whether or not people are knowledgeable on the source of the material presented.

tokyo-fashion:

Yana (Twitter/Instagram) on the street in Harajuku wearing a HUF beanie with a Dog Harajuku Keith Haring t-shirt, Pin Nap Harajuku ripped jeans, Jeremy Scott winged platform sneakers, a VidaKush x United Couture “Psycho” necklace, and a Nikki Lipstick bag. Full Look

(Source: hailhydrra)