lindseybluth:

i hate spotify ads because i listen to playlists in the shower a lot and there is nothing more startling than being completely naked and suddenly hearing lebron james say “i’ll tell you what makes me thirsty”

(via prose-beforehoes)

maybenotboring:

and at no point has anyone thought “maybe we should not build a giant flammable goat this year”

maybenotboring:

and at no point has anyone thought “maybe we should not build a giant flammable goat this year”

(via pleatedjeans)

neptunain:

to catch a bus you have to think like a bus

(via prose-beforehoes)

Pet peeve/rant: Students who learn something new and immediately afterwards start talking among themselves and scoffing about how fucking stupid it is, how above it they are, and what’s the point it’s so dumb.

Ever think there might be a reason you’re being taught Dirac notation in Quantum Theory? Eeeever think there’s a reason you have to learn to use the lab equipment they ask you to along with a variety of software used in different industries you might get into?

I mean no educational system is flawless but christ, people, shut up and learn what the guys with 20+ years experience are teaching you. And stop criticizing software/languages/concepts that you don’t actually know anything about. 

cutefatbabe:

stop being mean to girls that like themselves

(via prose-beforehoes)

(Source: domics.me, via pocketsmasher)

Submission by geofurb.
This is why you don’t skype people while you program.

Submission by geofurb.

This is why you don’t skype people while you program.

magicmumu:

REPRESENTATION MATTERS!!!

(Source: gladiatorinchucks, via badass-under-construction)

I like this comic. It accurately shows the disillusion that might come with romanticizing science before you start studying it properly. I kind of did this when I was a teenager. After a few years, you learn that there are really boring, annoying, demoralizing, soul-consuming aspects of science - but you also get to learn what’s truly super cool about it. It’s a tradeoff. Your time and emotional distress for understanding the intricate math behind nature. Then if you discover that the latter makes you happy, you know you actually do love science. 

I like this comic. It accurately shows the disillusion that might come with romanticizing science before you start studying it properly. I kind of did this when I was a teenager. After a few years, you learn that there are really boring, annoying, demoralizing, soul-consuming aspects of science - but you also get to learn what’s truly super cool about it. It’s a tradeoff. Your time and emotional distress for understanding the intricate math behind nature. Then if you discover that the latter makes you happy, you know you actually do love science. 

streeter:

I am a historian and this is how it happened.

streeter:

I am a historian and this is how it happened.

(via stormaggeddondarklordofall)

(via lifegags)

I can’t remember the name but it’s a really good movie, it’s like a cartoon but for adults and it’s really cute. But I guess you don’t like cute stuff.

Haha he thinks you’re charming and would make a good wife? He clearly doesn’t know you as well as we do.

Oh you don’t have to help cook you can stay in your room playing games if you want.

I’m never sure if it’s cute how much my housemates have gotten to know me or if I should be sliiiiightly insulted.

pyropotter:

You are angry about something. “Clam down,” I text you. You assume I have made a typo, but in fact I am holding a small soldier clam in my hands. He died so young. War is hell

(via prose-beforehoes)