There Are 5 kinds of teachers in highschool

wibblywobblytimeywimeythingy:

  • the ones who are basically your friends and you can tell them anything 
  • The ones who seem to hate teenagers and teaching and JFC why did they choose to do this for a living
  • the ones that are  really nice but just suck at teaching and you never really learn anything in that class
  • the dorky one that never gets mad just gives you that long “I’m dissapointed in you look”
  • the ones that teach no matter whats going on in the class

this also goes into some types of college classes. it’s depressingly accurate.

(Source: thebadwolfthatwaited)

fortheloveofotps:

sqvad:

pansoph:

pansoph:

i went to a party and put 3 whole loaves of sliced bread all around the house i put bread under the kid’s pillow and in all 3 of his bathrooms, in his rugby shorts and the breast pocket of his school shirt, on his roof and his neighbor’s roof, in his couch and on his tv i’m laughing so hard he’s going to wake up hungover tomorrow and be like why the fuck is there bread everywhere 

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i’m pissing myself

jesus christ

jesus crust

krisbuscus:

bandsdidyoumeanlife:

bandsdidyoumeanlife:

If an intruder ever comes to fucking murder you. You throw your mother fucking head back pull your arms in weird shapes and whip your head forward again and say the anti crist has awoken whilst smiling the biggest smile you have ever made. no smart person would ever fuck around with you if you did that.

STOP REBLOGGING THIS PLEASE ABORT MISSION ABORT MISSION

I HAVE NEVER LAUGHED SO HARD IN MY LIFFFEEE

thorinoakenbutt:

castielandpie:

poryqon:

it bothers me that Kansas and Arkansas are not pronounced the same

I’m from the UK and I have been pronouncing Arkansas as Ar-Kansas my whole life

For all my non-american friends, Arkansas is pronounced ark-an-saw

wherethe-magichappens:

Everyone always talks about “Let it Go” as the sort of ‘anthem’ for being who you are and overcoming the barriers you face from others telling you who you should be and how you should act. While I don’t disregard the importance of the message of Let it Go, it saddens me that people completely disregard this song, and this scene from Mulan. Lets look at the lyrics of this beautiful and underrated ballad, shall we? 
Look at me  I could never pass as a perfect brideOr a perfect daughterCan it be I’m not meant to play this part? This. This is so unbelievably representative of so many things. Yes, she says ‘daughter’ which could actually be oddly specific, for say, a trans man or a lesbian. BUT, it could also mean so much more. Its the idea that sometimes the expectations that  your parents and elders and even society have for you are to you, unattainable. Not only can you not reach these expectations, but a part of you doesn’t want to either. 
Now I seeThat if I were truly to be myselfI would break my family’s heart. This line breaks MY heart. Everyone has felt like this at least once in their life. Fear of disappointment, fear or rejection, fear of not being accepted, fear of not being able to be who you truly are. And this fear is what causes your unhappiness. If we’re focusing only on families, think of how many families abandon or kick their children out of their homes because they don’t live up to their standards of what is ‘right’ or what they should be. On a more macro scale, “break my family’s heart” could branch out to anything else - friends, peers, or society in general - not accepting you unforgivingly and making you feel like a complete disappointment and failure. Who is that girl I seeStaring straight back at me?Why is my reflection someone I don’t know? This speaks for itself, really. Somehow I cannot hide who I am, though I’ve tried We are who we are. We are born that way and theres nothing anybody can do to change it. But what gets to me is the way she says “somehow”. She has been told throughout her entire life that she CAN change and she CAN live up to everybody else’s expectations, and the sad part is is that she is TRYING. And when she realizes she cannot change, she tries to hide. But one can only hide for so long. This is the moment that she realizes, for whatever reason, she just can’t. And she won’t ever be able to. When will my reflection show who I am inside? When will my reflection show who I am inside? Of course the scene is very symbolic as well. Disney (being amazing, as always) physically places the audience face to face with Mulan as she stares at the two sides of herself. The left side is who she is and the right side is who everyone else wants her to be. And she is torn. (If anybody can tell me what the writing on the mirror means as well, I’m sure it has some significance to the scene!)Truly a beautiful, sad song about the standards that are placed on us as human beings and how truly difficult it is to live up to them. We are constantly told who we should be, who we should love, what we should look like, act like, dress like. And sometimes we change so much for others, that ultimately - we can no longer recognize ourselves. 

wherethe-magichappens:

Everyone always talks about “Let it Go” as the sort of ‘anthem’ for being who you are and overcoming the barriers you face from others telling you who you should be and how you should act. While I don’t disregard the importance of the message of Let it Go, it saddens me that people completely disregard this song, and this scene from Mulan. Lets look at the lyrics of this beautiful and underrated ballad, shall we? 

Look at me  
I could never pass as a perfect bride
Or a perfect daughter
Can it be 
I’m not meant to play this part? 

This. This is so unbelievably representative of so many things. Yes, she says ‘daughter’ which could actually be oddly specific, for say, a trans man or a lesbian. BUT, it could also mean so much more. Its the idea that sometimes the expectations that  your parents and elders and even society have for you are to you, unattainable. Not only can you not reach these expectations, but a part of you doesn’t want to either. 

Now I see
That if I were truly to be myself
I would break my family’s heart. 

This line breaks MY heart. Everyone has felt like this at least once in their life. Fear of disappointment, fear or rejection, fear of not being accepted, fear of not being able to be who you truly are. And this fear is what causes your unhappiness. If we’re focusing only on families, think of how many families abandon or kick their children out of their homes because they don’t live up to their standards of what is ‘right’ or what they should be. On a more macro scale, “break my family’s heart” could branch out to anything else - friends, peers, or society in general - not accepting you unforgivingly and making you feel like a complete disappointment and failure. 

Who is that girl I see
Staring straight back at me?
Why is my reflection someone I don’t know? 

This speaks for itself, really. 

Somehow I cannot hide who I am, though I’ve tried 

We are who we are. We are born that way and theres nothing anybody can do to change it. But what gets to me is the way she says “somehow”. She has been told throughout her entire life that she CAN change and she CAN live up to everybody else’s expectations, and the sad part is is that she is TRYING. And when she realizes she cannot change, she tries to hide. But one can only hide for so long. This is the moment that she realizes, for whatever reason, she just can’t. And she won’t ever be able to. 

When will my reflection show who I am inside? 
When will my reflection show who I am inside? 

Of course the scene is very symbolic as well. Disney (being amazing, as always) physically places the audience face to face with Mulan as she stares at the two sides of herself. The left side is who she is and the right side is who everyone else wants her to be. And she is torn. (If anybody can tell me what the writing on the mirror means as well, I’m sure it has some significance to the scene!)

Truly a beautiful, sad song about the standards that are placed on us as human beings and how truly difficult it is to live up to them. We are constantly told who we should be, who we should love, what we should look like, act like, dress like. And sometimes we change so much for others, that ultimately - we can no longer recognize ourselves. 

chartini:

avenging-sherl0ck:

productofcanada:

joceln:

canada looks really broken

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u ok canada

We are slowly trying to distance ourselves from the US…piece by piece.

be free

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Canada, can you take Michigan with you? We can give you Faygo and really good potato chips…

feministjenn:

oxcyde:

tyleroakley:

Damn.

I love this so much

We are also one of three nations without paid maternity leave, and the only developed (“first world”) country without maternity leave.

We are the only Western country without universal healthcare.

It costs more to have a child in the US than in any other country.

In many countries you don’t have to pay for college, and if students do pay, it’s nowhere near the amounts that the US students pay.

I could continue, but I think I’ve made my point.

(Source: magnus-thegreat-redundancy)

raphnarock:

stirpicus:

cyclonemetal:

in which Totoro boops Mana Ashida on the head.

Japanese child actress Mana was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.

OMG HE’S TOTORO
NEVER NOT REBLOG GUILLERMO DEL TOTORO

raphnarock:

stirpicus:

cyclonemetal:

in which Totoro boops Mana Ashida on the head.

Japanese child actress Mana was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.

OMG HE’S TOTORO

NEVER NOT REBLOG GUILLERMO DEL TOTORO