1. officialfrenchtoast:

    when ur talking to ur crush & your bestfriend keeps bringing up embarrassing stories about you

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  2. kendrug:

dont tell me how to live my life

    kendrug:

    dont tell me how to live my life

  3. supduuuuude:

    hullodearie:

    Fake Pockets: A How To

    dude. this comic was made for me.

  4. spookyjohansson:

    *Jesus does the cup song at the Last Supper* You’re going to miss me when I’m gone.

  5. theycallmebecca:

    Too funny not to share!

  6. fallontonight:

    There was probably a better way to phrase that, Daniel Radcliffe. 

  7. 500daysofeffyou:

    SpongeBob, where’s my order?

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    Did you look under the tray?

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    Oh. No I didn’t, sorry.

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  8. diagondaley:

    buttgenie:

    i hate when a teacher is genuinely funny and i’m the only one in the entire classroom that laughs at their jokes since everybody i go to school with are distasteful heathens

    #especially those sarcastic witty teachers who have amazing comebacks but everyone is fucking moronic and not intelligent enough to understand the beauty of what theyre saying and i get so upset

  9. death-by-lulz:

Correct response.
Agreed.

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog
  10. jtotheizzoe:

Tripedal to the Metal
That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.
This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.
Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 
(GIF via NC State University)

    jtotheizzoe:

    Tripedal to the Metal

    That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.

    This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.

    Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 

    (GIF via NC State University)

  11. lady-fett:

    please enjoy this video of an action packed, high speed fight between two cats.

  12. pink-vulva:

    reasons i want to look GOOD <3

    • for myself
    • for myself
    • to plant the seed of envy in other bitch’s hearts
    • for myself
  13. lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

    lovesexdevotion:

    That was so beautiful

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