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EVERY TIME SOMEONE ASKS ‘WHERE I SEE MYSELF’ IN FIVE YEARS

dukeofbookingham:

I’m just like:

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phemiec:

I’m so impressed by girls who can put together a really cute outfit and do their hair and makeup really nice every single day like if I manage to shower and eat breakfast it’s a damn victory

I’m really glad that our online course conferencing software no longer works with my OS. That’s really nice.  Thanks Blackboard.  This is wonderful.

Sherlock Holmes

literarystarbucks:

Sherlock Holmes goes up to the counter, accompanied by an aged doctor. Holmes orders two grande Earl Grey teas with room for cream and sugar. He makes eye contact with the barista and says, “Yes, my dear, I know it was you.” The barista flees the scene, with Holmes in hot pursuit. Dogs howl in the distance. Holmes continues drinking his tea.

bckybhnes:

"there’s no time for a black widow movie"

"there isn’t an audience for a female lead superhero movie"

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(Source: qibbins)

justadashofsarcasm:

deluxetoaster:

can we start a club for teenagers who were constantly complimented on their intelligence when they were younger and are now having trouble coping with the realization that they’re actually of average intellect at best

can this club have a support person that helps us to study because we didn’t need to before so we don’t know how to now 

Can this club also have a “How to Deal with Criticism” component?

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Taxidermy Tuesday, Su Lin the first giant panda to be displayed in the United States.
Su Lin is still on display today.
© The Field Museum, Z80902.
Young boy posing with Su Lin, the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) Pre-installation of mounted taxidermy specimen. Lived at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo and died in 1938.
In 1936, Ruth Harkness brought the first live giant panda, named Su-Lin, out of China and to the West. Su-Lin lived at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo and was a celebrity until he died in 1938. 
8x10 negative
5/1/1938 

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Taxidermy Tuesday, Su Lin the first giant panda to be displayed in the United States.

Su Lin is still on display today.

© The Field Museum, Z80902.

Young boy posing with Su Lin, the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) Pre-installation of mounted taxidermy specimen. Lived at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo and died in 1938.

In 1936, Ruth Harkness brought the first live giant panda, named Su-Lin, out of China and to the West. Su-Lin lived at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo and was a celebrity until he died in 1938. 

8x10 negative

5/1/1938 

swallowpad:

dealanexmachina:

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I SWEAR TO GOD AT FIRST I THOUGHT IT WAAS SOME SUPER OLD INTERVIEW OF DAN AND RUPERT.

AND THEN I THOUGHT THEY WERE THE SAME AGE AND THEN I REMEMBERED THOMAS SANGSTER IS LIKE IN HIS TWENTIES. WHAT.

(Source: aryaunderfoots)

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