robotsatthedisco:

puppytierjade:

robotsatthedisco:

you can never lose an argument if you say “shut up nerd” at the end

yes you can

shut up nerd

badwolfnobiscuit:

Feeling pleased with myself.
I was in a shopping centre, waiting for my mum, and I had this idea. I ran into this clothes shop and said to the assistant
“Excuse me, what year is this?”
And she was like,
“2014, are you OK?”
So I went
“YES! IT WORKED! WE DID IT!”…

What did King George think of the American colonies?

twogirlsonemajor:

He thought they were revolting.

"Let’s say I am not who I say I am,

can you then say you are who you say you are?”

—Great Escape by Cinema Staff || Shingeki no Kyojin ED 2.

magwyn:

*talks about u behind ur back but in a supportive way about how cool u are and how much i love u*

*new follower*
Fuk is u
*looks at tagged/me*
O shit wassup tho

sixpenceee:

From a book I’m reading called The Body has a Mind of Its Own by Sandra Blakeslee & Matthew Blakeslee, found on page 33
The book gives a really interesting example of loss of proprioception (sense of where your body is) . In 1972, 19 year old Ian Watermen contracted a rare disease. Nerves carrying information from his body to his brain were destroyed. Watermen could see but not feel where his body was located. At first he was a mess like a living rag doll, but gradually he taught himself to move by vision but the 2nd he closed his eyes, he collapsed in a heap. 
His condition meant NONE of his movements could ever be automatic, he’d have to think about each and every single one. 
You can watch a video on him here

sixpenceee:

From a book I’m reading called The Body has a Mind of Its Own by Sandra Blakeslee & Matthew Blakeslee, found on page 33

The book gives a really interesting example of loss of proprioception (sense of where your body is) . In 1972, 19 year old Ian Watermen contracted a rare disease. Nerves carrying information from his body to his brain were destroyed. Watermen could see but not feel where his body was located. At first he was a mess like a living rag doll, but gradually he taught himself to move by vision but the 2nd he closed his eyes, he collapsed in a heap. 

His condition meant NONE of his movements could ever be automatic, he’d have to think about each and every single one. 

You can watch a video on him here

p-2-the-za:

The new smash bros looks so realistic (X)

jerkidiot:

do you ever just see someone that you’re close to and think about how out of the 7 billion people on the earth and the infinite possibilities life could have presented you with, somehow you were fortunate enough to have someone like that in your life

jaramo:

heyo!
don’t worry, your english turned out fine, dude.

as a foreword of warning,
it is best that you don’t use this post as a standalone tutorial, 
instead, try to use it as a study aid to help you make sense of real-life references.
(same applies for any decent “art tutorial” out there, really. :p)

bolded numbers correspond to the numbers on this post’s pictures.

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hextraordinary:

bagmilk:

does your signature just like happen to you once you adult

So fun fact, one time when I was in the hospital I was on the same floor as a judge.  I asked him what people who can’t write sign for their signature, and he told me that it doesn’t matter what you write what matters is the intent that you are consenting to what you are signing.  You could draw a little picture of a dick and it would still be a legal signature

do you ever get bored on the internet so you go on the internet