wholeo9:

hayatecrawford:

thelastmelinian:

a-long-time-ago-on-gallifrey:

keshawnrob:

sixcatsandtwodogs:

l3nvi:

phillywillygasp:

yunomaekfunwitmii:

gaymerlag:

kebinu:

jkimisyellow:

floptina:

mulan dont give a shit

mulan has run out of fucks to give

Mulan no curr

Mulan: “Gurl had it coming.”

Mulan: ” One less bitch, to worry about “

Mulan: “Who’s next?”

Mulan: “Look at all that dishonor”

I’M LAUGHING TO HARD AT THIS OMG

MULAN NO CURR

Mulan: Are you fucking serious Snow

Mulan: I fought in a motherfucking war

Mulan: I saved motherfucking China

Mulan: And you get taken down by a motherfucking apple

DISHONOUR ON YOU! DISHONOUR ON YOUR COW!

If one day I no longer reblog this it’s because I’m no longer in this world.

I’M LAUGHING SO HARD I SCARED MYSELF

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victoriousvocabulary:

EXCULPATE

[verb]

to clear from a charge of guilt or fault; free from blame; vindicate.

Etymology: from Mediaeval Latin exculpāre, from Latin ex-, “not” + culpāre, “to blame”, from culpa, “fault, blame”.

[J. Slattum - Pardon]

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"I had always been taught that the pursuit of happiness was my natural (even national) birthright. It is the emotional trademark of my culture to seek happiness. Not just any kind of happiness, either, but profound happiness, even soaring happiness. And what could possibly bring a person more soaring happiness than romantic love."

— Elizabeth Gilbert (via observando)

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15 Facts That Will Change the Way You View the World

picsandquotes:

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Apollo 11

If you don’t already think that the Apollo 11 moon landing that was accomplished way back in 1969 was amazing, consider this amazing fact. The computer used to guide the astronauts to the moon was less powerful than today’s modern calculators and way less powerful than our…

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Presenting science in a gender-neutral way can also help young women become interested in science in the first place, and much work needs to be done to remove the cultural barriers that discourage women from staying in scientific careers. A woman should not need to give up her femininity to be a scientist. She should have the possibility of being mother or dressing as a woman – and be considered smart and serious.

I no longer believe that making women more courageous, more assertive, ‘more like me’, is the right way to move forward. Women should not have to do all of the adapting. It is time for society to move toward women, not women toward society.

- Jocelyn Bell Brunell (CERN astronomer)

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layellie:

honestly-fucked:

Someone just showed me this. So glad they did.

Cute infographic

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"Oh my God, what if you wake up some day, and you’re 65, or 75, and you never got your memoir or novel written; or you didn’t go swimming in warm pools and oceans all those years because your thighs were jiggly and you had a nice big comfortable tummy; or you were just so strung out on perfectionism and people-pleasing that you forgot to have a big juicy creative life, of imagination and radical silliness and staring off into space like when you were a kid? It’s going to break your heart. Don’t let this happen."

— Anne Lamott (via middlenameconfused)

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