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the-misadventures-of-lele:

psychogemini:

deathtasteslikechicken:

abs-gabs:

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT

So if a teenager is at school for roughly 8 hours, and they are doing homework for 6+ hours, and they need AT LEAST 9 HOURS OF SLEEP FOR THEIR DEVELOPING BRAINS, then they may have 0-1 hours for other activities like eating, bathing, exercise, socializing (which is actually incredibly important for emotional, mental, and physical health, as well as the development of skills vital to their future career and having healthy romantic relationships among other things), religious activities, hobbies, extra curriculars, medical care of any kind, chores (also a skill/habit development thing and required by many parents), relaxation, and family time?  Not to mention that your parents may or may not pressure you to get a job, or you might need to get one for economic reasons.

I will never not reblog this

"…but teenagers have no reason to be stressed."

THIS. I can’t believe more teachers don’t seem to realize this.

(via consulting-cumberbabe)

are you kidding me…

I think this actually makes me wanna do the Ice Bucket Challenge, haha. I’ve thought it seems silly and a bit narcissistic, but I might do it if I donate money to ALS myself, because pouring ice water over my head and telling others to donate feels like a hypocritical cop-out.

(Source: mishasteaparty, via consulting-cumberbabe)

toomanyturns:

burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

jackiefarrell:

Kat Dennings’ curves appreciation post

in which we are all Tom

Mega Ship, Tom Hiddleston and Kat Dennings

I adore the way Tom is looking at her, hehe. This is the man who’s so sweet he makes sure not to touch Emma Watson’s skin while she’s wearing a crop top when they pose for a photo. So here it’s like he’s having a moment where his polite guard came down because he figures no one is watching. It’s really cute because it’s him, hehe. Also, can you imagine having Tom look at you like that? *_*

(Source: kat-dennings, via helnn)

“At 3am on 28 May, Alecia Phonesavanh was asleep in the room she was temporarily occupying together with her husband and four children in the small town of Cornelia, Georgia. Her baby, 18-month-old Bou Bou, was sleeping peacefully in his cot.
 
Suddenly there was a loud bang and several strangers dressed in black burst into the room. A blinding flash burst out with a deafening roar from the direction of the cot. Amid the confusion, Phonesavanh could see her husband pinned down and handcuffed under one of the men in black, and while her son was being held by another. Everyone was yelling, screaming, crying. “I kept asking the officers to let me have my baby, but they said shut up and sit down,” she said.
 
As the pandemonium died down, it became clear that the strangers in black were a Swat team of police officers from the local Habersham County force – they had raided the house on the incorrect assumption that occupants were involved in drugs. It also became clear to Phonesavanh that something had happened to Bou Bou and that the officers had taken him away.
 
“They told me that they had taken my baby to the hospital. They said he was fine he had only lost a tooth, but they wanted him in for observation,” Phonesavanh said.
 
When she got to the hospital she was horrified by what she saw. Bou Bou was in a medically-induced coma in the intensive care unit of Brady Memorial hospital. “His face was blown open. He had a hole in his chest that left his rib-cage visible.”
 
The Swat team that burst into the Phonesavanh’s room looking for a drug dealer had deployed a tactic commonly used by the US military in warzones, and increasingly by domestic police forces across the US. They threw an explosive device called a flashbang that is designed to distract and temporarily blind suspects to allow officers to overpower and detain them. The device had landed in Bou Bou’s cot and detonated in the baby’s face.”
The American Civil Liberties Union has released the results of its new survey into the use of Swat teams by police forces across the country. It concludes that policing has become dangerously and unnecessarily militarized, literally so with equipment and strategies being imported directly from the US army. (via wilwheaton)

Great. That’s just perfect. *biting sarcasm* How common is this sort of thing, I wonder.

(via seriouslyamerica)

fuckyeahgorgeousguys:

domorethanexist-live: I thought the team at Fuck Yeah Gorgeous guys deserved a treat for giving us so many lovely pictures of some reallllly gorgeous guys. :D
Thank you so much :) and we hope that you will enjoy the next post of Ed, as a token of our appreciation :) /♥

I really love all the comments people have made on this, haha. I never get tired of this photo. ;)

fuckyeahgorgeousguys:

domorethanexist-live: I thought the team at Fuck Yeah Gorgeous guys deserved a treat for giving us so many lovely pictures of some reallllly gorgeous guys. :D

Thank you so much :) and we hope that you will enjoy the next post of Ed, as a token of our appreciation :) /♥

I really love all the comments people have made on this, haha. I never get tired of this photo. ;)