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heres to the things I lacked the courage to say.

I’m tired of being the fat friend

The one that guys look right through

— 1 week ago

“maybe if i drink another coffee, i will feel better”

“maybe if i buy myself a new sweater, i will feel better”

“maybe if i get so drunk i can’t see, i will feel better”

“maybe if i sleep for fourteen hours, i will feel better”

My life

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— 1 month ago with 428954 notes

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— 2 months ago with 195063 notes
setbabiesonfire:

thedevilisawakewithinme:

finitegame:

neurosciencestuff:

Do we really only use 10% of our brain?

As the new film Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman is set to be released in the cinemas this week, I feel I should attempt to dispel the unfounded premise of the film – that we only use 10% of our brains. Let me state that there is no scientific evidence that supports this statement, it is simply a myth.
The concept behind the film is that through the administration of a new cognitive enhancing drug, our female lead character, Lucy, becomes able to harness powerful mental capabilities and enhanced physical abilities. These include telekinesis, mental time travel and being able to absorb information instantaneously. Viewed as such, the human brain should be essentially capable of these feats, we just fail to push our capacity. So if we can unlock the “unused” 90% of the brain we too could be geniuses with super powers?

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I want to see this so bad because Scarlett Johansson the end

Someone take me to the movies! I wanna drool over her for hours.

I can’t help but figure that the name ‘Lucy’ was inspired by LSD, as it’s a consciousness expanding drug itself and that’s essentially what the drug in the movie is going for, except with the obvious scifi twist.

The name Lucy actually comes from the ancient primate astrilopithecus who they named Lucy whose bones were found in Ethiopia.

setbabiesonfire:

thedevilisawakewithinme:

finitegame:

neurosciencestuff:

Do we really only use 10% of our brain?

As the new film Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman is set to be released in the cinemas this week, I feel I should attempt to dispel the unfounded premise of the film – that we only use 10% of our brains. Let me state that there is no scientific evidence that supports this statement, it is simply a myth.

The concept behind the film is that through the administration of a new cognitive enhancing drug, our female lead character, Lucy, becomes able to harness powerful mental capabilities and enhanced physical abilities. These include telekinesis, mental time travel and being able to absorb information instantaneously. Viewed as such, the human brain should be essentially capable of these feats, we just fail to push our capacity. So if we can unlock the “unused” 90% of the brain we too could be geniuses with super powers?

Read more

I want to see this so bad because Scarlett Johansson the end

Someone take me to the movies! I wanna drool over her for hours.

I can’t help but figure that the name ‘Lucy’ was inspired by LSD, as it’s a consciousness expanding drug itself and that’s essentially what the drug in the movie is going for, except with the obvious scifi twist.

The name Lucy actually comes from the ancient primate astrilopithecus who they named Lucy whose bones were found in Ethiopia.

— 2 months ago with 680 notes
#nowyouknow  #spoiler 

egberts:

burrito-john:

egberts:

youre not friends if you havent pooped at each others houses

but what if the friend is across the country or in another country?

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— 2 months ago with 165104 notes

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Now that’s what I call justice 

Finally

This is what I call a god damn high light reel
in-price-we-trust31 EXACTLY what we talked about on Saturday!
— 3 months ago with 232701 notes
huggingsherlockinthetardis:

stickiebun13:

omgpoetry:

this is funny
like really, really funny

My BF had to explain it to me and now I feel like an idiot as he laughs his fucking ass off.

Im so confused am i meant to add them iM SO CONFUSED

huggingsherlockinthetardis:

stickiebun13:

omgpoetry:

this is funny

like really, really funny

My BF had to explain it to me and now I feel like an idiot as he laughs his fucking ass off.

Im so confused am i meant to add them iM SO CONFUSED

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— 4 months ago with 357102 notes
"Fluff rice with a fork, never stir it with a spoon.
Vaseline is the best night time eye cream on the market.
You can buy alcohol and chips with your parents’ gas station credit cards.
If you force something, you’ll break it. That could be good or bad.
It’s important to read the care tags on your clothing and follow those instructions.
Related: don’t wash and dry j. crew wool sweaters.
Changing your car’s oil is not optional.
Whatever physical objects you acquire you will one day have to put into a box and move.
You’re allowed to disagree with negative feedback.
It’s always worth reading the instruction manual.
Nostalgia, like any drug, can be a poison or a remedy.
Pets are like human friends but better in every conceivable way.
Good doctors listen more than they talk.
You can’t fix a burned roux.
Floss.
Just because someone is an authority figure does not mean they are intelligent/competent/right.
Measure twice, cut once.
Get your nice jeans and dress pants tailored by a professional.
If you’re uncomfortable wearing it you will not look good.
You’re not required to drink alcohol while in a bar.
There are a few things that cure all ills: the beach, your favorite album on vinyl, and fresh garlic.
Kindness is not weakness.
Baking soda is not baking powder.
Taking Excedrin P.M. while still in public is not advisable.
Terrible people will succeed. Wonderful people will fail. The world is not fair.
Appropriate footwear is always key.
You can absolutely be too forgiving.
Real humor punches up, not down.
Reading the assigned chapters will actually help you learn the material.
There are no adults. Everyone is as clueless as you are.
Applying eyeliner well is a timeless art.
You can always leave. Awkward dates, suffocating jobs, hometowns that you outgrow, relationships that aren’t growing in the right direction.
You can always come home again.
But it won’t be the same.
Life is too short for bad books, boring movies, shitty people, and margarine.
Never underestimate the importance of eyebrows."
— 4 months ago with 159116 notes