selfdefensefamily:

saganyouth:

fuck self defense family

As we’ve been working for the approval of Tumblr user saganyouth for a number of years, this comes as a very serious blow. 

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jemmasimmns:

please don’t make people with depression feel guilty for their lack of interest in things or their inability to motivate themselves please and thank you goodbye 

(via busofselenaas)

officialpigeon:

"Money can’t make you happy"

WELL IT SURE AS HELL AINT GONNA MAKE ME SAD

People who say that money can’t buy happiness always have money as an option.

(via danielle-grace)

(Source: disneylawyer, via bastardxguy)

danielle-grace:

I glow in the sunshine and today I am off to Edinburgh and trying not to melt.

My girlfriend is a solid 8 (only kidding she’s like an 11 or something)

danielle-grace:

I glow in the sunshine and today I am off to Edinburgh and trying not to melt.

My girlfriend is a solid 8 (only kidding she’s like an 11 or something)

cmarier:

thefluffingtonpost:

Hamster Boosts Producivity With ‘Yes’ Button
by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
As any procrastinator knows, even the simplest project can be delayed by indecisiveness. Knowing that full well, Carl the hamster tries to make things easier by investing in a “yes” button.
"It’s literally just a button that says ‘yes,’" says Paul Brandt, a friend. "He keeps it at his desk, and looks at it when he’s not sure about doing something. It’s really made all the difference."
Indeed, Carl is now more productive than ever.
"I haven’t sen him on his wheel in weeks," says Brandt. "I think he realized that it was only slowing him down, as ironic as that is. He’s written five blog posts, two short stories and a third of a screenplay - and that was just last week."
Things have picked up so much for Carl, he’s now considering the unthinkable.
"He told me he wants to delete his Facebook," says Brandt. "I don’t think he’s going to — at least, I hope he doesn’t. He’s already making me look bad."
Via Phyllis Buchanan.
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#HamstersForYes

oh my god.

cmarier:

thefluffingtonpost:

Hamster Boosts Producivity With ‘Yes’ Button

by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent

As any procrastinator knows, even the simplest project can be delayed by indecisiveness. Knowing that full well, Carl the hamster tries to make things easier by investing in a “yes” button.

"It’s literally just a button that says ‘yes,’" says Paul Brandt, a friend. "He keeps it at his desk, and looks at it when he’s not sure about doing something. It’s really made all the difference."

Indeed, Carl is now more productive than ever.

"I haven’t sen him on his wheel in weeks," says Brandt. "I think he realized that it was only slowing him down, as ironic as that is. He’s written five blog posts, two short stories and a third of a screenplay - and that was just last week."

Things have picked up so much for Carl, he’s now considering the unthinkable.

"He told me he wants to delete his Facebook," says Brandt. "I don’t think he’s going to — at least, I hope he doesn’t. He’s already making me look bad."

Via Phyllis Buchanan.

Love animals as much as we do? Check out explore.org's network of live cams on bears, baby birds, puppies, kittens and more.

#HamstersForYes

oh my god.

hookbillkoopa:

instability-report:

hookbillkoopa:

'All pop music today is bad. I only listen to classics like the Beatles'

A surefire way to let me know you are boring as hell

' 'All pop music today is bad. I only listen to classics like the Beatles.'

A surefire way to let me know you are boring as hell’

A surefire way to let me know you listen to bad music.

Nicki Minaj’s verse in Monster was better than the entire discography of The Beatles

the worst post in the history of posts. all of it. poisoned horses, every one of you. 

(via danielle-grace)

Anonymous said: how is he not a racist for supporting a band like that?

selfdefensefamily:

"How is he not a choo-choo train for supporting a band like that?"

"How is he not a 15th century midwife for supporting a band like that?"

"How is he not a bowl of dogfood for supporting a band like that?"

"How is he not a ball of pulsating light for supporting a band like that?"

All those are as relevant as what you asked. When you love art, you don’t love the artist or the intent of the art. You love the art.