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imjohnlocked:

playfulconversation:

this is literally the greatest post on tumblr

this post was sent from heaven

imjohnlocked:

playfulconversation:

this is literally the greatest post on tumblr

this post was sent from heaven

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andanotaku:

Table confirmed for ssb4

andanotaku:

Table confirmed for ssb4

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songofsunset:

inventrix:

0trevskies:

When friends won’t believe they’re cute and perfect

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when friends insist that you’re cute and perfect

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shhhhhhhh you’re cute and perfect deal with it

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shittier:

snorlaxatives:

peterfromtexas:

UCF two tallest volleyball players and shortest cheerleader

this fucked me up

jesus i’m all kinds of fucked up

shittier:

snorlaxatives:

peterfromtexas:

UCF two tallest volleyball players and shortest cheerleader

this fucked me up

jesus i’m all kinds of fucked up

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do u wanna cuddle naked yes or yes 

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girarinku:

っゅ  |  @tsuuuyu

girarinku:

っゅ  |  @tsuuuyu

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The 31 Most Pleasurable Things That Have Ever Happened

beben-eleben:

When these pancakes were even smoother than you.

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The boxes that were made for this truck.

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The boxes that were made for this truck.

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How this box fits inside that box.

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The prettiest junction in the world.

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These hangers that are better together.

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When the dinner lady was a Tetris champ.

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This shelf that makes everything better.

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February 2015.

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This glass that holds EXACTLY one can of Coke.

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How these sweets are aligned.

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This snake.

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This moment of symmetry in an otherwise chaotic universe.

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ravine:

you never realize how much you love sleeping until you have to wake up in the morning 

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weaknudes:

waking up cold: alright I need more blankies

waking up hot: covers thrown everywhere. sweat behind the kneecaps. 3 dead. the pillow is the sun. critical condition.

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So I was re-reading hanakimi for the hundredth time and I found this little gem in there. This book series is older than I can even remember but it was ahead of its time in vertue. Still love it and always will and even more bow that I understand what they mean.

So I was re-reading hanakimi for the hundredth time and I found this little gem in there. This book series is older than I can even remember but it was ahead of its time in vertue. Still love it and always will and even more bow that I understand what they mean.

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gigimon:

push to talk pikachu doll

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pro-choice-or-no-voice:

I see more pro-choicers advocating for comprehensive sex education, how to have safer sex, and providing information and resources for contraceptives, and yet, I don’t see any pro-lifers providing information to their followers on how to prevent pregnancy and have safe sex, other than “don’t have sex”, which is serious malarkey.

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micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.


Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”
In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.
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micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.

Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”

In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.

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micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.


Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”
In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.
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micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.

Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”

In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.

Common misperception about minimum wage workers | Follow micdotcom