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May 20 2018

jumpingjacktrash:

hancarolyn:

randomly complimenting people is great. what did it cost u? nothing. and u probably made their day.

general tip to avoid coming across as a creep instead of a positive nice person: compliment them on something that was their choice.

don’t compliment them on things they didn’t have any power over, like having pretty eyes or being tall or being from new york or whatever. compliment them on stuff like their outfit, their parallel parking skill, their smile, or a clever turn of phrase.

the one exception: you can ALWAYS compliment them on how cute their dog is. they didn’t make the dog cute but no one cares. everyone loves it when you admire their dog.

comickit:

i’m simple….this is my fav character dynamic

alternatively 

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aspiringwarriorlibrarian:

dukeofbookingham:

lokispriestess:

squidsticks:

King James I: *builds secret tunnel connecting his room to the room of a man he calls his husband*

Historians: it’s very hard to tell what kind of relationship they would have had, let’s not look at this through a 21st century lens

JUST GUYS BEING DUDES

I think I’m contractually obligated to reblog this

“Their words were not atypical of male friendship” sounds awfully like “we have a large amount of evidence of gay men during these times but we filed them all under friendship so we could use them to disprove each other”.

Like I don’t care what century you are, you don’t call friends “my husband” or give them a room in your house with secretly connected bedrooms.

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babyanimalgifs:

Looking fabulous

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little-niggah-sugar:

hi-def-doritos:

amityravenclawelf:

dragonpuppies:

Elizabethan Peasant 1: Look yonder! Someone has writ upon that ceiling that thou art most easily gulled!

Elizabethan Peasant 2: More fool they, for I cannot read.

Elizabethan Peasant 1: *sighing, lowers his visage unto his palm*

Elizabethan Peasant 1: Lo, hast thou learned to read?

Elizabethan Peasant 2: Verily, and to compose as well.

Elizabethan Peasant 1: With haste, then, how is the word “i cup” composed?

Elizabethan Peasant 1: what ho, I know a sporting jest! What art thou when thou art a peasant and art occupied in a privy?

Elizabethan Peasant 2: I wist not, but certain am I that thou shalt tell me speedily.

Elizabethan Peasant 1: Most verily, thou art a peon.

Elizabethan Child: Father, I have not yet broken fast and am filled with pangs of hunger.

Elizabethan Father: Hail, Filled With Pangs Of Hunger! Mine own name is Wybert.

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jacmirie:

carthief:

literally what compelled somebody to make this

the power of christ

Play fullscreen

puptartist:

yes im an irish girl yes i dance industrially

cmder:

fullmetalwindbreaker:

cmder:

cmder:

How many horsepower is 1 horse?

Okay logically it follows that a horse is 1 horse power but what’s the standard? Because horses aren’t the same

the average horse can produce almost 15 horsepower

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deadlydoodles:

scrublord-nito:

So you’re attacking King’s Row and this guy comes up and smacks your support’s ass, what do you do?

Nothing he probably killed me too.

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imanes:

shes right and she should say it

fullmetalfisting:

an-adult:

the-feminists-are:

four-female:

ghostbusters?

taking over! i’m

virgin!

Posts like this make me realize that I never read anyone’s fucking url

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Memes but with the wrong caption

klubbhead:

magnumpicactus:

klubbhead:

klubbhead:

I’m not sorry.

But you will be.

artistbloomyk:

Now that Thanos has all of the Infinity Stones, there’s only one being that can stop him…

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valucard:

shitty-car-mods-daily:

The shittiest mod of all via Shitty_Car_Mods

I guess you technically win this round bitch

Ridiculous yet effective ways to deal with Executive Dysfunction

snakewife:

copperbadge:

roachpatrol:

kestrel-tree:

Dealing with executive dysfunction and ADHD becomes so much easier when you stop trying to do things the way you feel like you should be able to do them (like everyone else) and start finding ways that actually work for you, no matter how “silly” or “unnecessary” they seem.

For years my floor was constantly covered in laundry. Clean laundry got mixed in with dirty and I had to wash things twice, just making more work for myself. Now I just have 3 laundry bins: dirty (wash it later), clean (put it away later), and mystery (figure it out later). Sure, theoretically I could sort my clothes into dirty or clean as soon as I take them off and put them away straight out of the dryer, but realistically that’s never going to be a sustainable strategy for me.

How many garbage bins do you need in a bedroom? One? WRONG! The correct answer is one within arms reach at all times. Which for me is three. Because am I really going to get up to blow my nose when I’m hyperfocusing? NO. In allergy season I even have an empty kleenex box for “used tissues I can use again.” Kinda gross? Yeah. But less gross than a snowy winter landscape of dusty germs on my desk.

I used to be late all the time because I couldn’t find my house key. But it costs $2.50 and 3 minutes to copy a key, so now there’s one in my backpack, my purse, my gym bag, my wallet, my desk, and hanging on my door. Problem solved.

I’m like a ninja for getting pout the door past reminder notes without noticing. If I really don’t want to forget something, I make a physical barrier in front of my door. A sticky note is a lot easier to walk past than a two foot high cardboard box with my wallet on top of it.

Executive dysfunction is always going to cause challenges, but often half the struggle is trying to cope by pretending not to have executive dysfunction, instead of finding actual solutions.

i left cabinet doors open all my life and couldn’t make myself stop leaving them open until i figured out my subconscious just wants to know where everything is at a glance. i put labels on each cabinet door for what was behind the cabinet and after that i was a lot better at closing them. 

showers are hard for me because they involve a lot of steps to get in and out. buying cleaning hand wipes helps me stay a lot cleaner and happier when i’m too tired or distracted to make myself be a normal person– they’re faster and involve way less prep time, decision making, and unpleasant physical sensations. 

i have disordered eating because, again, getting food is complicated, much less cooking anything. buying 10-12$ of cliff bars at a go and keeping them in my room by my bed gives me a headstart on breakfast and lets me take my meds on time. otherwise i would lie in bed, not taking my meds because i had to eat, and not eating because i was too tired and nauseous from being hungry to get out of bed.  

‘just try harder’ is not a solution. figuring out the actual problem and addressing it is the solution.

’normal’ isn’t the goal. you can’t be normal. it’s too late, but you know what, fuck normal. trying to be normal is going to kill you. ‘functional’ is the goal, and you can be functional. you can kick ass at functional. and that’s a lot better. 

When I talk about how there is no universal system for Keeping Your Shit Together, and how it’s more important to find a system that works for you, this is exactly the kind of thing I mean. 

My keys hang on the door so I literally can’t leave my apartment without touching them. My socks kept getting everywhere when I kept them with my other clothes, so instead I now keep them in a little hutch in the kitchen, where I keep all my shoes. All my silverware is in jars on my kitchen island so I can see clearly when I am out of forks. When I didn’t want to put on my socks to go running, I bought running shoes that didn’t require socks. There are people who would find all of the above unworkable and/or appalling but they don’t have to live my life and I do. 

Find what works for you and work it. Doesn’t matter if it’s weird or unusual or not as healthy as some weird ideal which is probably just a marketing tool anyway. If it works, work it. 

’normal’ isn’t the goal. you can’t be normal. it’s too late, but you know what, fuck normal. trying to be normal is going to kill you. ‘functional’ is the goal, and you can be functional. you can kick ass at functional. and that’s a lot better.

Reblogging for this bit. It’s okay to be functional.

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