Bonjour, bonjour. I'm sure not French, but I wish I was.
  • suctioning:


    does your stomach ever make noises that sound like the mario theme


    (via sluicer)

  • howtobeterrell:


    Nailed it!

    Black Girls*

    Hit ‘em

    (via kyleroyceii)

  • zerostatereflex:

    Man Creates The First Ever Leaf That Turns Light and Water Into Oxygen

    "If humanity hopes to realize its dreams of exploring the stars, we’re going to need to find ways to recreate life on Earth aboard a spaceship. Simply stockpiling enough vital supplies isn’t going to cut it, which is what led Julian Melchiorri, a student at the Royal College of Art, to create an artificial biological leaf that produces oxygen just like the ones on our home planet do."

    YES. Let’s get off this planet, shall we? 

    (via queenofkiwi)

  • h0ppip:

    "hey aren’t you too old for Poké…”


    (via brunette-nymphette)

  • does anything in particular motivate you to be a better person? if so, in what ways?


    For a long time I would set these little goals for myself where I’d identify something that I thought I could improve on. It might be making an effort to actually listen to other people’s stories instead of waiting to tell mine, or to offer more compliments more often, or to be less sarcastic and more genuine. I’d make a conscious effort to work on that issue for two weeks. At the end, I’d evaluate whether I felt like I was still forcing it or whether it became second nature to me. If I improved, I’d move on to another improvement. If not, I’d continue to work on it. 

    This did a lot for me because I was able to set my own personal goals but hold myself accountable. I would know if I slacked off and I would know that I couldn’t move on to another improvement until I put some effort into this one. And it really made me feel good. Other people would tell me that they had noticed that I was more positive and upbeat and genuine, and I’d say hell yeah I am. I worked on that. I made that effort and improved myself and it feels great. 

    This is actually really introspective, really wonderful advice.