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Dear Mr. Anonymous,

Thank you for keeping me company today at dinner. It made me feel.

I’m sorry I had to leave.

From,

Me



http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/15/microsoft-has-acquired-minecraft/

They should have sold it for so much more!! My beloved minecraft.


My boss baffles me.

She made a simple date mistake on an email about one of the projects I’m in charge of. I let her know “so sorry about the miscommunication!”, “my bad!”, and what the actual date was.

She responded with: “Is that what it says below?”. No signature, no greeting nothing.

Then she proceeded to send out the email anyway with the wrong date.

… She couldn’t even be bothered to re-read her own email?

I am baffled. 


"You’ve made me into someone who should not hold a loaded gun."

-So Long by Ingrid Michaelson


Three out of four paper responses completed for the weekend *breathing heavily*. 

#The Life of A Hum Major


flying-prussian-pugs:

rules-broken-fate-rewritten:

stickthinmodels:

feminspire:

YES!

IMPORTANT

the second one? i can buy that somewhat. the first one? breasts are sexual organs.

I SWEAR TO FUCK. NO. NO THEY ARE NOT. BREASTS ARE MEANT TO FEED BABIES. BREASTS ARE NOT MEANT FOR SEXUAL FUCKING PLEASURE. BREASTS SOLE EVOLUTIONARY PURPOSE ARE TO FEED THE YOUNG, NOT TO HUMOUR MEN IN BED.

I’ve actually been thinking about the affect of sexualizing breasts and the relationship with breastfeeding. Does it lessen the desire of mothers to breastfeed? I assume, at least, that mothers are less likely to breastfeed in public, but how does the sexualization of breasts affect this behavior? Do women view breasts differently before or after having a child (and breastfeeding)?

QUESTIONS! I wonder if psychology has done any studies on this. Hm.

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me when it starts getting cloudy: yeees
me when it starts raining: yeeeEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSS

doctorwho:

notclarasboyfriend:

saturdays are great because it’s doctor who day and that’s all i need.

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