Mehjuswanasay:

Oct 21

imforeverjustyours:

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imforeverjustyours:

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constructionpaperandtears:

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Oct 18

butfirstbreakfast:

fitchris25:

how much can’t could a white girl can’t if a white girl literally couldn’t even?

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tastefullyoffensive:

From tonight’s Jeopardy. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

From tonight’s Jeopardy. [x]

(via jeopardyhotties)

Oct 17

(Source: relatable-truths)

Oct 16

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Oct 15

godotal:

I am all for creativity but, parents, STOP THIS !

godotal:

I am all for creativity but, parents, STOP THIS !

Oct 14

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pleatedjeans:

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npr:Every bite is a precious resource so enjoy it, says Dan Pashman, host of the WNYC podcast The Sporkful and author of the new book Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious. Pashman believes that even the most mediocre of foods, the limp lunch sandwich, the unflavored airplane snack, can be made more delicious.
He offered NPR’s Rachel Martin on Morning Edition some tricks on assembling more delightful lunches and dinners.
Friction Can Save Your Sandwich, And Other Tips For Better Bites
Illustration: Courtesy of Alex Eben Meyer, Simon & Schuster
Yeah I just throw that part away.  Just a habit I’ve had since I was a kid.  No reason.

npr:

Every bite is a precious resource so enjoy it, says Dan Pashman, host of the WNYC podcast The Sporkful and author of the new book Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious. Pashman believes that even the most mediocre of foods, the limp lunch sandwich, the unflavored airplane snack, can be made more delicious.

He offered NPR’s Rachel Martin on Morning Edition some tricks on assembling more delightful lunches and dinners.

Friction Can Save Your Sandwich, And Other Tips For Better Bites

Illustration: Courtesy of Alex Eben Meyer, Simon & Schuster

Yeah I just throw that part away. Just a habit I’ve had since I was a kid. No reason.

Oct 13

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(Source: relatable-truths)

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