j5h:

euo:

When I was in middle school I would put my Ice cream in a bowl and microwave it until it was hot and eat it like hot soup

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dex5m:

[X]

#look at those buttons   #purple shirt of sex   

blue-author:

babybutta:

clavid:

shakeitoffs:

lol look how quickly tables turned after consequences were involved

KILL HIM

This is a true fuck boy.

I like how “The hacking story is too big to ignore.” somehow implicitly necessitates that he participates in the invasion of privacy.

Yes, we shouldn’t be ignoring the story. But we—especially those of us who pretend to be journalists for a living—should be finding out as much as possible about the hackers and shedding as much daylight as possible on them. They’re the story.

delectationsweet:

cecilyjeanne:

stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

This is, without a doubt, the saddest photo I have ever seen in my ENTIRE LIFE.

Babe!! Can we have this in out apartment?!?

delectationsweet:

cecilyjeanne:

stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

This is, without a doubt, the saddest photo I have ever seen in my ENTIRE LIFE.

Babe!! Can we have this in out apartment?!?

sixpenceee:

thraxbaby:

sixpenceee:

We know that babies to enter REM sleep (dream state sleep) because we can see their eyes twitch as they sleep.

In fact they spend over half their time in REM sleep! Way more than adults.

But what do they dream about?

Neuroscientists believe REM sleep serves a completely different role in babes: It allows their brains to build pathways, and helps them develop languages.

But they lack the head space and the ability to imagine themselves as the heroes of baby adventures, or to dream of toys.

According to neuroscientists, even children at the age of 4 or 5 typically describe dreams that are static and plain, with no characters that move or act, few emotions and no memories. 

Vivid dreams start at age 7 and 8, when the child can become self-aware, and know that she/he is a person. 

In fact, the amount of self awareness— understanding that they would be the same person even if they had a different name, for example — strongly correlates with the amount of plot structure in that child’s dreams.

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I think children have vivid dreams a lot earlier because I still remember a dream I had when I was 4 where I was strapped down to a mad scientist’s table and was about to be experimented on. 

Reading through the comments, a lot of people report back having vivid dreams at 4 or 5. Perhaps this theory is wrong after all. 

disneysnewgroove:

Disney movies in order of historical setting

(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)

Toby: Sam, you’re going to come to a verb soon, right?
Sam: Okay, you know what this is called?
Toby: Bad writing?
Sam: Imagery.

Toby: Anytime you want to use punctuation, that’d be fine.
— Mandatory Minimums, The West Wing. (via jenjeahaly)

teenwolf:

Get it, girl

#i haven't been watching   #but this is cute   
Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already.

(via suspend)

^ 30s

(via cassismyunicorn)
#i don't agree   #but this is funny   
Toby: [to Andy] I have to get back to work. And you, being a Congresswoman… I’m sure you need to be back out there… you know, screwing the people.
— Mandatory Minimums, The West Wing. (via jenjeahaly)
Toby (to Andy): Can you walk faster, please? I really don’t like to be outdoors this long.
— Mandatory Minimums, The West Wing. (via jenjeahaly)
#spirit animal