Butterfly Dance
morkwalls:

writingfireandice:

volcanize:

This Explains Everything
I’m really proud of this one guys

WOW.

The most beautiful deconstruction of the ‘left brain” “right brain” stereotype that I’ve ever read. 

morkwalls:

writingfireandice:

volcanize:

This Explains Everything

I’m really proud of this one guys

WOW.

The most beautiful deconstruction of the ‘left brain” “right brain” stereotype that I’ve ever read. 

Australian English - a Handy Guide, part 1
Pissed: either angry or drunk. Sometimes both.
Piss easy: extremely easy.
Pissed off: either in the context of being angry, or having left a place.
Piss Up: an event containing alcohol.
Pissing down: Raining heavily.
Pissed on: usually used to describe being rained on.
Piss around: dawdle or delay; procrastinate.
Pissing contest: attempting to prove one's abilities are better than someone else's, for no discernible gain.
Piss faced (see also 'shitfaced'): inebriated.
Pissy: either angry, or something very small.
Piss-poor/piss-weak: weak or disappointing.
Piss head: Alcoholic individual.
As an example: George and some other piss head got into a pissing contest, where George put in a piss poor effort and got pissed off because it started pissing down. He'd figured it would be piss easy to win, so he was pissy and spent the rest of the afternoon pissing around before deciding to piss off and avoid getting pissed on any further by the rain.

i hate when i lose things at school like my pencils and papers and life ambitions

LoL

supercargautier:

cats are squishy cartoon friends that live in your house with you and do rad stunts. if they like you they vibrate at you very loudly. this is somehow a real animal

so-personal:

everything personal♡

so-personal:

everything personal♡

romantic0utlaw:

think about these things when you’re making a fictional place; even a developed city has its roots in how easy it was to settle in the first place!

humansofnewyork:

"I found a ladybug, a beetle, and a little tiny bug that I don’t know.""So what advice would you give to other bug collectors?""You have to be really focused and find a rock that is big but not too big and you lift it up and if there’s not any bugs you put it back down. But if there is a bug and you like it, you put it in your bug jar. But if you don’t like it you put it back and put the rock back down."

humansofnewyork:

"I found a ladybug, a beetle, and a little tiny bug that I don’t know."
"So what advice would you give to other bug collectors?"
"You have to be really focused and find a rock that is big but not too big and you lift it up and if there’s not any bugs you put it back down. But if there is a bug and you like it, you put it in your bug jar. But if you don’t like it you put it back and put the rock back down."