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Today was about 40% suck except for a 50% off Aerie clearance sale

Monique's heart: Shop therapy!

Monique's brain: Shop therapy is a myth.

Monique's sternum: Yo this sounds like total bullshit but I genuinely feel something painful here. I'm gonna check it out.

Monique's brain: Stop making excuses just so you--

Monique's sternum: Yup that's underwire poking through. This bra's time is at an end.

Monique's heart: Today wasn't your day. You forgot to download free tickets for the block party tomorrow and now they're all gone. Shop therapy!

Monique's brain: You're jumping to conclusi--

Monique's hips: Penny-priced boxers with a bra purchase? Your size hasn't changed, right? Still XS?

Monique's heart: You weren't able to get through your work or personal projects when you wanted so you're skipping the party tonight to finish them on time. Shop therapy!

Monique's eyes: The colors they have this season are great! All pastel-y and peaceful.

Monique's brain: No.

Monique's heart: You brought blueberry yogurt to work today and--

Monique's brain: Shut up.

Monique's heart: And when you opened it up--

Monique's brain: Stop.

Monique's heart: It turned out to be strawberry.

Monique's brain: You are pure evil.

Monique's finger: I'm taking matters into my own hands. Click!

Monique's brain:

Monique's brain:

Monique's brain: If you had separated the bras you were getting into two different orders, you could have gotten two free pairs of boxers for the same price. Shipping is free indefinitely. You are such an idiot.

The former Tango Club head posted a FB video of himself and his CA friends playing human foosball. 

Can we get that started here? 

Talking to Russell about feminism is cool because it makes me really think about the movement’s history and implications and I’m presented with questions I’ve never thought of before so I don’t feel like I’m spouting back overworked conjecture and I’m not pressured to make an instant opinion on something but to continue analyzing such questions and form my own 

I bring that topic up because ughhh some of the male co-ops have no fucking clue what they’re talking about ever outside of their jobs and they’re not even bad examples of ignorant dudebros or something they’re normal people whose company is generally quite pleasant until you get into even slightly ideologocial stances and then I want to tell them to please sit down shut up and listen goddammit 

spookyjacob:

ur not allowed to be busy youre my only friend

(via marinashutup)

"Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery."

- Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

(via thegestianpoet)

huffingtonpost:

HERE’S WHAT ‘YELLOW FEVER’ REALLY MEANS

"All my ex-girlfriends are Asian."

If you’ve ever come across this charming come-on, you’ve probably been exposed to yellow fever

For her full rant watch the video here.

(via unexpectedradiance)

futurejournalismproject:

Middle East Friendship Chart

Via Slate. Read through to select cells for relationship information. Select to embiggen. 

stuffman:

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People have written a lot of touchy-feely pieces on this subject but I thought I’d get right to the heart of the matter

(via aerinne)

todaysdocument:

This Week in Universal News: A Hovercraft Crosses the English Channel, 1959:

HOVERCRAFT SKIMS CHANNEL: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first flight across the English Channel, Britain’s saucer-shaped “Hovercraft” skims from Calais to Dover, only inches above the surface.
Clip from Universal News, Volume 32, Release 61, Stories #1-4A, July 30, 1959



Via The Unwritten Record » This Week in Universal News: A Hovercraft Crosses the English Channel, 1959

todaysdocument:

This Week in Universal News: A Hovercraft Crosses the English Channel, 1959:

HOVERCRAFT SKIMS CHANNEL: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first flight across the English Channel, Britain’s saucer-shaped “Hovercraft” skims from Calais to Dover, only inches above the surface.

Clip from Universal News, Volume 32, Release 61, Stories #1-4A, July 30, 1959

Via The Unwritten Record » This Week in Universal News: A Hovercraft Crosses the English Channel, 1959

scientificvisuals:

To harvest silk from a Golden Orb Weaver (Nephila edulis), the Oxford Silk Group sedates a spider with carbon dioxide gas and pins it down harmlessly. A technician extracts silk from the spinnerets with tweezers and glues the thread to a motorized spool. Once fired up, the motor can draw out  30-80 meters of silk in one session.

In case you’re worried, the spider is fine afterward. Read more at the source.

(via ohdeargodwhy)

Also, the co-ops at work are really welcoming?? One of them’s hosting a 21st birthday for another co-op tomorrow night and they all offered their places for me to stay because they really want me there. D’aww. 

Panther Central just called. I’m on the waitlist for housing in the spring. I’m relieved. 

nprbooks:

mashable:

Magical Harry Potter Cocktails to Charm Your Palate

It’s yer birthday, ‘Arry. Celebrate with these Harry Potter-themed cocktails.

These are soooo yummy looking!  I could totally go for a cold Ravenclaw House right now. But then, I always did fancy myself a Ravenclaw.

— Petra