miz-joely:

koritherulerofall:

ex0skeletal:

In case you’re sad here are some buns.

OH MY GOD *dies from overload of adorable*

Still counts as onebunaday!

(Reblogged from xocarlotta)

I am skipping class today because of myriad reasons, so I took the time to go look around and I found a yogging path which leads to this bridge

I got a rose as an award for creating and giving a story to another person at this story telling conference

This event feels like a large and formal LARP for socially inhibited middle age school teachers

(Reblogged from colleenparker)
(Reblogged from gerhard-martin)

walidhani:

that’s my secret

I’m always tired

*transforms into the incredible sloth*

(Source: autisticdean)

(Reblogged from tullypuff)

weirdlyshaped:

meghantonjes:

I don’t think you understand how in love with Duane Bryers “Hilda” I am. Like, to the point I want a tattoo, but there are too many amazing drawings. If you’re not obsessed with her, get obsessed. Thanks.

I want to be best friends with her.

(Reblogged from helsinginherra)
redbeggar:

damn it they got me

redbeggar:

damn it they got me

(Reblogged from redbeggar)

Ruffling Feathers

I’m at a week long storytelling workshop full of middle age women who are teachers mostly, and want to learn storytelling to make their students more engaged.

So I just accidentally a lesbian comedy show this morning! I did real well with my improv but I felt afterwards during the analysis that I was no longer wanted in the room, and that is such a horrible experience after a good performance.

I think the little old ladies thought I wasn’t committing myself to it, or that I was somehow “degrading” the experience for them. But I was asked to make a show that connects with me on a personal level. And I didn’t want to perform as a man (there was a script to stick to) and I suppose I am a comedienne on and off the stage (which btw is scary hard, way harder than woe-is-me tragedy) so I was true to myself. And got rejected for it. I still feel like some repulsive thing the cat dragged in.

But I still do feel kinda good about myself. Well done, me! *pat on the back*

So I was at this oral storytelling workshop this morning.

Teacher: “There is no wrong way to do this exercise.”

After hearing what I did,

Teacher: “That is not how you do this exercise.”

HAKUNA MA’VODKA
it means no memories, for the rest of the night  (via suchvodka)

(Source: xxxl0veleenxxx)

(Reblogged from inspiratsioonid)

knuffelvos:

wear your armor

whether it’s makeup, a band tshirt, your fandom pins, tattoos, jewelry, your favorite ripped pair of jeans, or something no one else can touch or see like your favorite song repeating like a mantra in your head, the sound of your own heartbeat, or the knowledge that you were brave enough to get out of bed today when everything else inside you said “no”

wear your armor and kick ass

(Reblogged from medinaquirin)

tunnaa-unnaa:

The glory of Finnish swearing words.

(Reblogged from helsinginherra)

the-arena-ballerina:

neptunain:

christmas is so much worse as you get older it’s like “what do you want this year?” “a sense of purpose”

"a career" "financial security" "a sex life" "tuition for grad school" "alcohol" "a nap" "socks would be nice"

(Reblogged from helsinginherra)

ziggygnyiri:

rollership:

theremina

Living Wall

These vegetated surfaces don’t just look pretty. They have other benefits as well, including cooling city blocks, reducing loud noises, and improving a building’s energy efficiency.What’s more, a recent modeling study shows that green walls can potentially reduce large amounts of air pollution in what’s called a “street canyon,” or the corridor between tall buildings.

For the study, Thomas Pugh, a biogeochemist at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, and his colleagues created a computer model of a green wall with generic vegetation in a Western European city. Then they recorded chemical reactions based on a variety of factors, such as wind speed and building placement.

The simulation revealed a clear pattern: A green wall in a street canyon trapped or absorbed large amounts of nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter—both pollutants harmful to people, said Pugh. Compared with reducing emissions from cars, little attention has been focused on how to trap or take up more of the pollutants, added Pugh, whose study was published last year in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

That’s why the green-wall study is “putting forward an alternative solution that might allow [governments] to improve air quality in these problem hot spots,” he said.Compared with reducing emissions from cars, little attention has been focused on how to trap or take up more of the pollutants, added Pugh, whose study was published last year in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

That’s why the green-wall study is “putting forward an alternative solution that might allow [governments] to improve air quality in these problem hot spots,” he said.

Full Gallery

Ats a beau-ty!

(Source: abluegirl)

(Reblogged from medinaquirin)