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Not seconds after I woke up this morning my mom walks in to my room. She looks at me with a confused look on her face. I was still laying down and continued to at her, waiting for her to say something. She slowly walks closer to me while her mouth is slightly ajar. I hadn’t blinked in a while because, well I was groggy and my eyes had been closed for the past several hours.

I finally say “what”.

She stands up straight with a more relaxed face and says, “oh I thought you were dead”.

The funniest part about this is the way she approached me: slowly and caustiously. Just as surprised as she was curious, as if I were a 3 legged dog that should not be woken up.

Stay curious, mom.

blastortoise:

it’s so weird that people are shaming Beyonce for being sexual during her performance when literally in the speech in flawless says “We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are." Like how do you miss the point that bad

(Fuente: jizeru-jueru, vía drunkmountaingoat)

homedesigning:

The Hottest Poolside Landscape Trends To Shape Your Sizzling Summer Outdoors

explore-blog:

Salvador Dalí's WWII venereal disease prevention PSA poster – a fine addition to his extensive roster of lesser-known weird and wonderful side projects, ranging from an erotic cookbook to literary illustrations for Cervantes’s Don Quixote, Dante’s Divine Comedy, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and the essays of Montaigne to a cinematic collaboration with Walt Disney.

explore-blog:

Salvador Dalí's WWII venereal disease prevention PSA poster – a fine addition to his extensive roster of lesser-known weird and wonderful side projects, ranging from an erotic cookbook to literary illustrations for Cervantes’s Don Quixote, Dante’s Divine Comedy, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and the essays of Montaigne to a cinematic collaboration with Walt Disney.

laughingsquid:

Sleepy Dog Howls Back at the Alarm Clock

This is me. I am this dog.

(Fuente: sandandglass, vía hopwithit)

years after this has aired it is still one of my favorite commercials…..next to this one ——-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJltOqd5VEI

No estoy aquí pa’ decirte lo que eres y lo que debes ser no vine aquí pa’ juzgarte tu pasado si estuvo mal o bien

(Fuente: goodvibesforevertilidie, vía yourbedisawonderland)

humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."

humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."