maddishly:

This Bra Is Too Small But My Boobs Look Good: A Dilemma

All day, erry day.

gentlemanbones:

emberkeelty:

andthatsterrible:

Everybody knows about the “Forty” entry. Nobody seems to have considered that the other numbers would be just as ridiculous.

Seriously WHY HAVE I NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE

That is TOO MANY BEES WHEN YOU ARE TINY.

That is TOO MANY BEES WHEN YOU ARE BIG, TOO. FUCKING BEES!

gentlemanbones:

emberkeelty:

andthatsterrible:

Everybody knows about the “Forty” entry. Nobody seems to have considered that the other numbers would be just as ridiculous.

Seriously WHY HAVE I NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE

That is TOO MANY BEES WHEN YOU ARE TINY.

That is TOO MANY BEES WHEN YOU ARE BIG, TOO. FUCKING BEES!

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kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-
-BUFFALO BILLS-
INTERESTING FACT:
No one on the current roster was in the NFL the last time the Bills made the playoffs.After making the playoffs eight times in the 1990s, the Bills haven’t been back to the postseason since 1999. The team’s oldest player, 36-year-old kicker Rian Lindell, made his NFL debut the following season. The team’s youngest player, rookie wideout Robert Woods, was seven when the team lost in the 1999 AFC Wild Card game to Tennessee.

So… Rian Lindell isn’t even on the team anymore. Also, P Brian Moorman is on the team and was older than Rian Lindell when they were playing together. However, Moorman was still not on the team in 1999.
If you’re going to do football facts, at least get all the facts correct.

kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-BUFFALO BILLS-

INTERESTING FACT:

No one on the current roster was in the NFL the last time the Bills made the playoffs.
After making the playoffs eight times in the 1990s, the Bills haven’t been back to the postseason since 1999. The team’s oldest player, 36-year-old kicker Rian Lindell, made his NFL debut the following season. The team’s youngest player, rookie wideout Robert Woods, was seven when the team lost in the 1999 AFC Wild Card game to Tennessee.

So… Rian Lindell isn’t even on the team anymore. Also, P Brian Moorman is on the team and was older than Rian Lindell when they were playing together. However, Moorman was still not on the team in 1999.

If you’re going to do football facts, at least get all the facts correct.

deathweaver:

HI FOLKS SO I’M MOVING PRETTY SOON and I need to get rid of stuff.  Here are some rare J-rock (or is it visual kei?  Idefk, these weren’t originally mine) photobooks; the top one is for dir en grey; the bottom two are for Gackt and Malice Mizer, respectively.  They’re all in excellent condition & full of lovely, glossy, full-color photos.

My asking prices are based on some basic eBay research:

Dir en Grey: $30

Gackt: $25

Malice Mizer: $25

+ $5 for shipping!!

Please send me an ask if you’re interested in any of these — and if not, please reblog this so that some interested fans can see it!  Thanks!!

I don’t have many followers… But if any of you handful are interested in these, you should send an ask to my friend!

reasonsmysoniscrying:

"I refused to buy her a box of Smarties."
Submitted By: Clai R.
Location: Quebec, Canada

As a 30 year old, I would also cry if someone refused to buy me a box of smarties.

reasonsmysoniscrying:

"I refused to buy her a box of Smarties."
Submitted By: Clai R.
Location: Quebec, Canada

As a 30 year old, I would also cry if someone refused to buy me a box of smarties.

newsweek:

This year’s Ivy League admissions totals are in. The 8.9 percent acceptance rate is impressively exclusive, but compared to landing a job at Wal-Mart, getting into the Ivy Leagues is a cakewalk.
Last year when Wal-Mart came to D.C. there were over 23,000 applications for 600 jobs. That’s an acceptance rate of 2.6%, twice as selective as Harvard’s and over five times as choosy as Cornell.
Wal-Mart has a lower acceptance rate than Harvard

I think the applicants per available slots is important to this. Sure, Ivy League colleges may have a higher acceptance rate, but are they receiving 23,000 applications to fill 600 slots? I’d bet they aren’t. Walmart isn’t going to just add more opening because they received so many applications. Is this an issue with Walmart, or an issue with impoverished cities and a lacking job market?

newsweek:

This year’s Ivy League admissions totals are in. The 8.9 percent acceptance rate is impressively exclusive, but compared to landing a job at Wal-Mart, getting into the Ivy Leagues is a cakewalk.

Last year when Wal-Mart came to D.C. there were over 23,000 applications for 600 jobs. That’s an acceptance rate of 2.6%, twice as selective as Harvard’s and over five times as choosy as Cornell.

Wal-Mart has a lower acceptance rate than Harvard

I think the applicants per available slots is important to this. Sure, Ivy League colleges may have a higher acceptance rate, but are they receiving 23,000 applications to fill 600 slots? I’d bet they aren’t. Walmart isn’t going to just add more opening because they received so many applications. Is this an issue with Walmart, or an issue with impoverished cities and a lacking job market?

shutupaubrey:

Is summer still a thing ? Does warm weather still exist? Will it ever come back?

They fucking told you that Winter is Coming!

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neptuneisforlovers:

mayor-sadie:

fajeetas:

buggy-love:

midnattenswidunder:

theinturnet:

These cats have no fucking idea what is happening.

Oh my god.

Those poor cats and omg I can’t breathe at all.

this is 10% evil and 90% hilarious

i am in class softly laughing into my sleeve

3rd gif is killing me 

Honestly - I’m kinda freaked out by the 1st and 4th gif when you can kind of see the people in black suits holding the cats up. They’re creepy looking. I don’t like it.

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