i made apple turnovers (for the first time so they all look terrible) but i made more filling than dough so, for lunch, i just had the filling heated up a bit

but there was prolly enough for another 2 or 3 pastries and the sugar is starting to make me ill

ugh

i make terrible life choices

hello 5am

yes, i definitely wanted to hang out with you today

ugh

chronicsinusitis:

i don’t have a rolling pin so i rolled out pie crust with a leaky camelbak

i don’t have coffee filters so i used an old tshirt for my decaf irish coffee

this is my life

it is a good life

(via aiobhlin)

laineybutts:

kirigiriurl:

praising your kid for doing something “normal” people do and outright acknowledging it as something abnormal for them (“you finally came out of your cave upstairs!” “you finally put some nice clothes on!”) has a very real chance of making them feel like their normal is below average and looked down upon

tldr don’t say shit like “oh, youre talking to us, this is new”

dear lord jesus yes

i left home as early as i could because my parents are these assholes

(via aiobhlin)

pluckyminna:

brinconvenient:

mylittleredgirl:

woodface:

mylittleredgirl

           

(via woodface)

KIND OF because I am a linguistics degree dropout and am not sure my linguistics thoughts are body-of-post worthy I mean I don’t even know what Noam Chomsky would have to say about any of this.

Your ideas fascinate me, I’d like to subscribe to your news letter

what if all of this

except he has some kind of subroutine that weighs subjectively formal words when reforming idioms because he has noticed that it often elicits a positive response

(via nerdberger)

skookumthesamoyed:

skookumthesamoyed:

Skookum’s had enough of your bullshit

JUST KIDDING HE LOVES YOU!

skookumthesamoyed:

skookumthesamoyed:

Skookum’s had enough of your bullshit

JUST KIDDING HE LOVES YOU!

(via lowqualityspooks)

hellabitcoins:

ilovesmoothjazz1998:

hellabitcoins:

aliwav:

listen you boutta have the thickest smoodie of all time, where is your liquid? your ice? weak ass aesthetics, try again

smh they leave the strawberry tops on… might as well leave the gotdam banana peels on

hellabitcoins
u can eat strawberry tops… & recent studies are showing banana peels are healthy n nutritious for u:…. The turntables

n im sure the outside of a coconut is mad high in fiber but im not bout ta eat woodchips cause of no govermence scienticians

hellabitcoins:

ilovesmoothjazz1998:

hellabitcoins:

aliwav:

listen you boutta have the thickest smoodie of all time, where is your liquid? your ice? weak ass aesthetics, try again

smh they leave the strawberry tops on… might as well leave the gotdam banana peels on

hellabitcoins
u can eat strawberry tops… & recent studies are showing banana peels are healthy n nutritious for u:…. The turntables

n im sure the outside of a coconut is mad high in fiber but im not bout ta eat woodchips cause of no govermence scienticians

(via liamdryden)

e-m-e-t-t:

I only made this because I needed somewhere to put this pun.  

(via amandaexmachina)

technically yes, but they’re mostly marketed specifically to those with swallowing disorders. these seem nifty tho especialneeds.com/sippe…
i had some very similar to these when i was a kid!

do they make grown up sippy cups?

i ask because of reasons

purely alcoholic reasons

I mean *academic*

no i dont

amandaexmachina:

micdotcom:

6 reasons why cheerleading is, in fact, a real sport

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Spoiler alert: people don’t think it’s a real sport because it’s primary women involved. 

It’s a lexical gap!!!! People are going to disagree with me because that’s what they do but anyways. Here we go. Sports are games. There are points that are earned in concrete ways through achieve certain goals. Put the ball through the hoop here equals 2 points, here equals 3, and here at this time equals 1. You know exactly what you have to do to get exactly how many points.

Cheerleading, gymnastics, marching band/drum corps, diving, synchronized swimming, dance, skateboarding/snowboarding  (excluding races), so on and so are not sports because they are judged. A person sits in front of them awards them points on that person’s response to their performance. There are rubrics, of course, but there’s always going to be some crotchety old doofus who scores poorly because of something stupid or because they didn’t get the theme or they didnt like the uniforms or whatever.

Sports are goals, (lexical gap here) are judgements.

Obviously some of these things are differently athletic. A golfer will NEVER be as strong as a dancer. A darts player will NEVER be as strong as a cheerleader. It’s just common sense.

But yeah. That’s my take on it. They shouldn’t be thought of as less, but they are, as amanda said, because they are run and participated in primarily by women. But I still think there should be a word for them.

there are definitely headphones somewhere in this house

but fuck if I know where