grimalkina:

five-sixths:

nevver:

Who

And then they make out?

Your odds are good.

Wait, what?

grimalkina:

five-sixths:

nevver:

Who

And then they make out?

Your odds are good.

Wait, what?

nevver:

Who

And then they make out?

nevver:

Who

And then they make out?

THERE IS NOW A SCROLL BACK DOWN BUTTON ON TUMBLR MOBILE. OMG. LIFE-CHANGING.

Tags: tumblr app

While packing for our honeymoon

  • Me: Have you seen my work polo?
  • Wife: You're not wearing your work polo on our honeymoon!
  • Me: No, for work tomorrow.
  • Wife: Ohhhhh. No.
"All I want from you / is a letter / and to be your distant lover"

— Uncatena, Sylvan Esso

Tags: sylvan esso

thekhooll:

ArchHero

Hahahhahhahaha… no.

thekhooll:

ArchHero

Hahahhahhahaha… no.

(Source: archatlas)

Tags: architects

nonconcept:

mashable:

Finally, a use for all those boxes of Lego sets you won’t let your parents get rid off.

[via]

That’s a pretty cool idea!

Tags: Lego

grimalkina:

nedroidcomics:

Website • Patreon

The only important thing five-sixths

I forgot that part. 💩

grimalkina:

nedroidcomics:

WebsitePatreon

The only important thing five-sixths

I forgot that part. 💩

nevver:

Zolloc

so disturbing and yet so fascinating

I always find it interesting to think about how different people behave, where the similarities and differences lie. (Despite having a number of very ASD traits, I consider myself very attuned in social settings and often will cue in on how other people are feeling before they themselves even do.)

I’m a (super slight) E - N - F/T switch - strong P (and married to an I-N-F/T-J), but I still identify with a number of these — #1 and #2, I’ve tried to manage by rewriting social scripts about conflict requiring blame and being necessarily bad. #3 is true on some levels - I have a (sometimes too) good memory, particularly for negative emotions with close friends, though I’m on average more like extrovert types that can let go of / recover quickly from such events. I haven’t seen #4 in myself. I do feel, physically, conflict, but, again tend to recover quickly. #6 - again with the memory :/ #7, 8, and 10 don’t seem to hold for me, but #9 can definitely occur.

Also, on a similar but different note, I’ve been feeling lately like I’m neither an introvert nor an extrovert. I spend a lot of time listening instead of speaking, and I’m fairly quiet, but I generally enjoy being around others, though mostly in smaller groups. I think because I strongly empathize and am fairly sensitive, I can tire from overstimulation from people.

This past weekend, someone noted that using separate pronouns for men and women is silly, and if anything were more likely to be useful pronoun separations, it would be for extroverts and introverts. Somehow I think I’d end up with an odd pronoun in that situation.

The awkward thing about going out with a guy who was born in the nineties* is getting asked to send random selfies all the fucking time.

*cradle robber, yes, pedo, no. He’s 24.

The awkward thing about going out with a guy who was born in the nineties* is getting asked to send random selfies all the fucking time.

*cradle robber, yes, pedo, no. He’s 24.

another bucket challenge refused in the name of drought

another bucket challenge refused in the name of drought

"Right now there is a shortage of water in California. One of the worst in its history. The people in the cities may be fortunate enough to not notice it, but it’s those in the rest of the state are being hit hard. I’m surprised by this because of California’s close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, which is almost nothing but water. According to my calculations it’s about 80% water, 10% fish, and 10% mystery."

TED WILSON REVIEWS THE WORLD #246: the California Drought gets 2 out of 5 stars. (via therumpus)

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nevver:

Design Crush