Mr. Butt Head

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lovealishadawn:

la-temeraire:

marigolds-sorry:

I really really needed this wow

i caNNOT STOP LAUGHING

LOOK AT THOSE POSITIVE ROLE MODELS

SAY NO TO PEER PRESSURE

luststrade:

swaggie: je swag, tu swags, il/elle/on swag, nous swagons, vous swagez, ils/elles swagent

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tabbyborym:

madamjellyfish666:

pleatedjeans:

Seal with a data-logger on it’s head. [x]
"LOOK! LOOK! I’M A NARWAL!"

I’ve been laughing for about 20 minutes now

tabbyborym:

madamjellyfish666:

pleatedjeans:

Seal with a data-logger on it’s head. [x]

"LOOK! LOOK! I’M A NARWAL!"

I’ve been laughing for about 20 minutes now

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vivzie-pop:

best show.

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escapekit:

The work of Kevin Russ

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soratane:

"Do these people actually think you're cool?"

soratane:

"Do these people actually think you're cool?"
blue-energy:

I heard microsoft bought mojang

blue-energy:

I heard microsoft bought mojang

angrywocunited:

tedx:

"The goal is not to turn kids into your kind of adult, but rather, better adults than you have been. Progress happens because new generations grow and develop and become better than the previous ones.”

From Adora Svitak’s talkWhat adults can learn from kids.” In her talk, Adora makes a case for why adults shouldn’t underestimate kids. And they shouldn’t. Kids are doing amazing things. Let’s just take a second to think about how Adora organized her first TEDxYouth event when she was just 12.

This weekend, young people around the world are attending, organizing, speaking at, and watching TEDxYouthDay events — TEDx events dedicated to the ingenuity of kids worldwide. Every year we’re taken aback by the amazing things that come out of these events, and we think you should be, too. Find a TEDxYouthDay event near you to attend or watch live online here.

this is so effing important and i’m super impressed after read her transcript

Responsibilities ruin everything

chimchimcharoo:

"Tattoos!" No, car payment.
“Traveling!” No, work.
“Art!” No, homework.
“But-” No you must adult.
“…Dammit.”