1. 23:15 21st Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from child-of-the-potato

    sillyday said: hey, if you dont mind me knowing, why are you bald?

    child-of-the-potato:

    I’m actually very happy you asked!! I would rather people ask then just assume the worst. ^w^ Plus, I need a good post about it that I can link people to later when someone else asks. I’ll put it in a read more so it doesn’t take up so much space.

    First off, it’s not cancer or lupus, so if you were worried it was one of those, you can relax.

    It’s an autoimmune disease called alopecia areata. 

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  2. 22:00

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    Reblogged from riversongandthe10thdoctor

    So my dad doesnt think that girls would watch a Deadpool movie. Please reblog this to help me prove a point.

     
  3. 21:42 7th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from some-dumb-human

    theinnkeeperlibrarian:

    leepacey:

    a restaurant in my hometown got a review that said the servers should “show some skin” so the owner added a potato skin special to the menu and all the proceeds from the special go to the west virginia foundation for rape information services (x)

    That’s exactly the appropriate response.

     
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    a-separate-post:

    If you could go back and read A Separate Peace for the first time again, what would you wish your pre-ASP self had known?

    Think of things that might have helped you enjoy the book better, be it context of the setting or facts about the author. Is there anything that would have helped you understand the book better?

    I wish I had known French and Latin.  I wish I had known the dynamics of a rowing team or a lacrosse team.  I wish I had listened to more popular early 1940’s radio music.  I wish I had read <i>Tess of d’Urburvilles</i>.  I wish I had known how to explain to the rest of my ninth grade class how important and insightful the book really is.  I wish I had known how to convince everyone else not to hate it as much as they did.

     
  5. littledinosaurarms:

    I’m probably going to get a lot of backlash for this, so let me preface my argument by saying that I loved- and indeed still love- the Harry Potter series. It inspired me, it enthralled me, and I am still finding new reasons to love it. But it was NOT without faults, and I think that the biggest,…

     
  6. 21:37 22nd Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from child-of-the-potato

    Please Reblog if you think it’s alright for a young girl to have short hair

    thechurroprince:

    Ok so my sister [shes 10] wants to cut her hair short [similar to Rhianna] and my mom says that it’s wrong and ugly for a girl to cut her hair short [ive been told that yet I cut it] And I want to show her that that’s just not how things work, That any girl can have short hair if they want and still look “girly” or “ladylike” as my mom would say

    WHAT ABOUT EVERY GRANDMA EVER

     
  7. 22:59 16th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from child-of-the-potato

    child-of-the-potato:

    gallifreyan—giraffe:

    I will not rest until riversongandthe10thdoctor and child-of-the-potato give me a 50 paGE ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO

    waIT WHAT

    im cRYiNG
     
  8. 20:39 12th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from nahvel

     
  9. 22:10 7th Aug 2014

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    my girlfriend has ADHD and this happens if i don&#8217;t make her look at me for a solid five seconds before i start telling her something

but you know house and granola-eating mammoths just make me so damn excited sometimes i forget

wish me luck let&#8217;s hope she still marries me after i post this

    my girlfriend has ADHD and this happens if i don’t make her look at me for a solid five seconds before i start telling her something

    but you know house and granola-eating mammoths just make me so damn excited sometimes i forget

    wish me luck let’s hope she still marries me after i post this