I hear a thump in my room. Like, in my immediate proximity. I look towards it and I see a frog in my room, which is the most unexpected thing I’ve experienced this week.
"What the fuck?" I exclaim, not really understanding how a leopard spotted frog entered my house, then the basement of my house, and finally my room, only a few days since it stopped freezing overnight.
So I start looking up how to take care of a frog
and just, basically, I bought an aquarium and now I have a frog so yeah
let’s just face it, if harry potter wasn’t a children’s book, so much of the series would have been dedicated to the hufflepuffs smoking mad amounts of weed, the slytherins stealing that weed whenever they got the chance, the ravenclaws having wine and cheese parties every friday and the gryffindors injuring themselves doing keg stands every weekend
i just want to point out real quick that the oldest students in the school were 17
"What happens when you’re hungry? You’re not you."
That’s the message Snickers wants you to come away with after watching their new advertisement airing in Australia. And just so we’re clear, in Snickers’ world, “you” doesn’t mean acting like your unique and special self. It’s synonymous with being a sexist goober to every vagina-owning human that comes within your vicinity — because that’s apparently how you sell chocolate to men in the 21st century.
its cus oxbridge charged 9k a yr and the gov thought that all uni prices should be the same so instead of lowering the prices of oxbridge, they brought up the prices of everything else, apparantly
according to the national center for education statistics, one year of undergraduate school in the U.S. in 2011, on average, was $18,497. Converting USD to euro puts it at 13,316.77. Y’ALL ARE BAD, NAH. and I read somewhere that not everybody else has to pay it all upfront, is that true? cuz we do
I feel like Disney puts this much detail into Elsa’s boobs specifically for people who analyze them in loving, frame-by-frame detail on Tumblr.
We analyzed the scene where she sings Let It Go and all my English teacher did was discuss her boobs and how they suddenly get bigger at a certain part of the song.
spend one time watching frozen just focusing on elsa’s boobs and nothing else
I want this website to burn
you know I think that on the rare occasion we value a woman for her talents/personality/struggle rather than her boobs we should probably, you know, not go out of our way to make it all about her boobs
when i was little i actually questioned why girls were supposed to cross their legs and when i was told “because boys will look up your skirt” i said “then tell boys not to look up our skirts” and my grandma got really angry with me but my uncle thought i was great and gave me a high five