i definitely thought the orange one was a pumpkin and this was some weird yankee halloween thing
For The Masses:
"Should I have a baby after 35?" - "No, 35 children is enough." I LAUGHED SO HARD.
Well, they’re not wrong…
none of these are technically wrong
"I should get myself a live-in one."
favorite antagonist dialogue in the history of television
Adventure Time + Sunrises
WE ARE NOT OURSELVES - MATTHEW THOMAS
Join Misha Collins’ book club!
"I got my hands on an advance copy of the most acclaimed debut novels of the year, “We Are Not Ourselves” by Matthew Thomas. It was, well… I’m man enough to admit that a few pages of my copy are literally warped from tears. I talked about it nonstop for a week and then made my wife read it. She said, “It can’t be as good as you’re saying.” Fifty pages in she was still skeptical and said, “I like it,” in a slightly cavalier tone, “but I think you just read it when you were in a weird mood.” 100 pages in, she disappeared into her room and began ignoring me and the children. When she finished it she found me in the kitchen. Her glasses were wet with tears. She hugged me and said, “Beautiful. So beautiful.” It is beautiful, we agree. It’s a story about a middle-class American woman and her family, struggling to find happiness. I don’t want to say too much and influence your reading, so let me just say, I love this story so much that I decided to start a book club to trick other people into reading it. I contacted the author and he agreed to do an online book-club chat with me. The idea is I’ll chat with him and ask him my questions and your questions, and we’ll all do an old-fashioned book salon (but online). We are going to do the book club/salon in early September, 2014 and the book comes out August 19th, so get a hardcopy, or an e-book, or reserve it at the library—and read it quick! I’ll post again with exact date and time for the salon.”
- Misha Collins | August 13th 2014
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This is such a giant step that barely any people know about it seems, so amazing to see progress in the treatment of HIV
I honestly thought this might be exaggeration but the CDC says that PrEP is 92% effective. Damn. Damn.
reblogging because this deserves waaaay more attention D:
*presses the button* *worships the button* *becomes the button*
enjoy your fictional characters you nerds
I love this
I needed to put this on my blog.
THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVORITE ONE. I WAS IN THE CAR LISTENING TO IT AND I WAS LIKE ‘WHAT THE FUCKING HELL’ OUT LOUD AND MY SISTER AND MY MOM GOT REALLY MAD BECAUSE I WAS LAUGHING SO HARD
How many times did they need to record that before Cecil stopped laughing at it?
That’s the real question here.