1. herpowerisherown:

LIFE 
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  3. handjob:

    when someone gets called out for saying something problematic & they try justifying it

    image

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  4. thenorsebros:

    if i die before my favorite show ends then use an ouija board to keep me updated about what happens next

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  5. seriousjones:

    fishing in animal crossing

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  6. trilliath:

tyleroakley:

all you could ever need in a book

I don’t understand but I want it

    trilliath:

    tyleroakley:

    all you could ever need in a book

    I don’t understand but I want it

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  7. silversora:

"Dave.."
"Fuck off Shaun I am taking a picture."
"DAVE."

    silversora:

    "Dave.."

    "Fuck off Shaun I am taking a picture."

    "DAVE."

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  8. unclefather:

    *watches porn with my glasses on so i can see in high def*

    me: wow i can really see that one long butthole hair

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  9. micdotcom:

Breakfast may not effect weight loss — but it’s still the most important meal of the day

1. Breakfast is good for the brain: In kids, eating breakfast helps improve attention and focus in the classroom. A 2013 study in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found that children who ate breakfast were more on-task at school than their peers who went without a morning meal. Children who regularly eat a breakfast are also far more likely than kids who don’t to have better overall nutrient intakes.
It’s also good for your heart | Follow micdotcom

    micdotcom:

    Breakfast may not effect weight loss — but it’s still the most important meal of the day

    1. Breakfast is good for the brain: In kids, eating breakfast helps improve attention and focus in the classroom. A 2013 study in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found that children who ate breakfast were more on-task at school than their peers who went without a morning meal. Children who regularly eat a breakfast are also far more likely than kids who don’t to have better overall nutrient intakes.

    It’s also good for your heart Follow micdotcom

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  10. teamslacker:

    *posts a selfie*

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