when my friends say i can’t handle my alcohol

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jordanong:

Why haven’t I seen this posted yet…
Kojima is even trying to trick his staff.

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aliceisfrozeninmywonderland:

This is the second challenge that I have created and am posting.  (My first was the Valentine’s Day Challenge, if you want to check it out.  ^-^)  This challenge has a bit more flexibility, of course.  It will work for writing, photographs, art, song lyrics, letters, and you could even use it to tell us all a little more about yourself.  ^-^  It is the most flexible 100 Day Challenge you can find; you don’t even have to go in order (except maybe with the ‘Beginnings’ and ‘Endings’ themes).  ^_~  

  1. Beginnings
  2. Spell
  3. Woods
  4. Dark
  5. Wish
  6. Potion
  7. Element
  8. Spirit
  9. Fear
  10. Winter
  11. Rain
  12. Clouds
  13. Snow
  14. Trapped
  15. Knife
  16. Blood
  17. Twisted
  18. Falling
  19. Evanesce
  20. Mind
  21. Music
  22. Spring
  23. Flowers
  24. Dew
  25. Windows
  26. Reflection
  27. Mirrors
  28. Breeze
  29. Morbid
  30. Murder
  31. Sacred
  32. Hollow
  33. Departed
  34. Heart
  35. Dirt
  36. New
  37. Deficit
  38. Voice
  39. Flowing
  40. Floated
  41. Motion
  42. Hello
  43. Lost
  44. Sleeping
  45. Dreaming
  46. Middle
  47. Fall
  48. Moon
  49. Orange
  50. Halloween
  51. Food
  52. Thanksgiving
  53. Dust
  54. Torture
  55. Rainbow
  56. Fantasy
  57. Red
  58. Awaken
  59. Twilight
  60. Fear
  61. Linger
  62. Distance
  63. Glance
  64. Candle
  65. Quietus
  66. Sensorial 
  67. Despond
  68. Witchcraft
  69. Break
  70. Shiver
  71. Wish
  72. Summer
  73. Green
  74. Ice Cream
  75. Water
  76. Warm
  77. Stars
  78. Camping
  79. Swim
  80. Light
  81. Thunder
  82. Memories
  83. Fragile
  84. Whisper
  85. Consume
  86. Memory
  87. Midnight
  88. Ripples
  89. Quixotic
  90. Longueur
  91. Symbiont
  92. Beg
  93. Tear (the flesh)
  94. Masochist
  95. Pretend
  96. Festival
  97. Carnival (or something like it)
  98. Branch
  99. Wrong
  100. Ending 

(Created by Tatiana)

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WHEN I ASK MY PI IF I CAN GRADUATE SOON

whatshouldwecallgradschool:

credit: Tyler

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 The smallrus is tiniest of the seal family, not much larger (and rather similiar in shape) to the garden slug. They prefer damp areas with large amounts of water, like well-watered gardens with fish ponds, and can often be seen sporting in puddles and bird baths, making their typical call (a sort of squeaky bellow.*) Any gardener is generally delighted to see the smallrus appear, as the occasional nibble of a leaf is more than made up for by their ability to keep down the number of mosquito larvae and other small aquatic nuisances.
This is so my ex-husband’s fault.
One day he was wandering around singing “I am the smallrus!”
"How big is a smallrus?" I asked.
"Very, very tiny."
"Awww."
"They’re bred as sock warmers. You can put your socks on the smallri to keep warm."
"AWWWWW!"
"They purr."
"AWWWWWWWWWWW!"
And just when I was thinking that I had misjudged this man for ten whole years, that he was capable of great depths of adorableness, that his capacity for cuteness was far beyond anything I’d guessed, and he’d merely been hiding it behind a facade of mild pervesion and non-sequitor—
"And they’re great with honey-mustard sauce!"
*sigh*
As my friend Kathy said, “He is capable of great flights of whimsy, you just can’t listen all the way to the end.”  -Ursula Vernon
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*Inhale a good lungful of helium and yell “GRONK!” and you’ve about got it.

 The smallrus is tiniest of the seal family, not much larger (and rather similiar in shape) to the garden slug. They prefer damp areas with large amounts of water, like well-watered gardens with fish ponds, and can often be seen sporting in puddles and bird baths, making their typical call (a sort of squeaky bellow.*) Any gardener is generally delighted to see the smallrus appear, as the occasional nibble of a leaf is more than made up for by their ability to keep down the number of mosquito larvae and other small aquatic nuisances.

This is so my ex-husband’s fault.

One day he was wandering around singing “I am the smallrus!”

"How big is a smallrus?" I asked.

"Very, very tiny."

"Awww."

"They’re bred as sock warmers. You can put your socks on the smallri to keep warm."

"AWWWWW!"

"They purr."

"AWWWWWWWWWWW!"

And just when I was thinking that I had misjudged this man for ten whole years, that he was capable of great depths of adorableness, that his capacity for cuteness was far beyond anything I’d guessed, and he’d merely been hiding it behind a facade of mild pervesion and non-sequitor—

"And they’re great with honey-mustard sauce!"

*sigh*

As my friend Kathy said, “He is capable of great flights of whimsy, you just can’t listen all the way to the end.”  -Ursula Vernon

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*Inhale a good lungful of helium and yell “GRONK!” and you’ve about got it.

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when someone asks what i’m currently working on

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throw back thursday! first presented on june 6, 2013!

the domestic life of grad students

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TAYG | 311 | Josh argues with himself. [x]

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