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I literally yawned as the really attractive girl from my Wednesday class walked by me in the hall and she probably thinks I was trying to ignore her or something T___________T

EDIT: SHE JUST WALKED ALL THE WAY AROUND THE BUILDING AND I SAID HI AND MADE A JOKE AND SHE LAUGHED AND SAID SHE HAD TO GET TO CLASS. GAAAAHHHHH

thesochillnetwork:

I came in like a pokeball!!!!

thesochillnetwork:

I came in like a pokeball!!!!

gifini:

Some people doing incredible moves. They enliven our lives.

ellierose101:

striderkid:

dokidoki-artichokee:

hamburgurl:

1 universe, 9 planets, 7 seas, 7 continents, 809 islands, 204 countries, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting u

THERE ARE 8 PLANETS, YOU UNCULTURED SWINE.

VIVA LA PLUTO FUCK YOU

I’m pretty sure “Viva la Pluto fuck you” is the best sentence I’ve heard all week. 

Well, that sums up my class discussions for finals week

(Source: hashtaglmao, via the-tin-boy)

My second favorite spot on campus: the #jasmine vine walkway
bananasandkale:

tatstosterone:

provda:

taskscape:

weaponsgradegains:

Comic #1:Only weak men are afraid of strong women.
Too many guys commenting on how much the ladies should or should not be lifting. When they lift “too” much (AKA more than them), the weaklings of the group will bitch and moan about how it’s not a real lift because a female did it or will yell steroids because “not natty.” But when they don’t lift the guys will be like “gurl u shld skwat to get that booty.” Seems like a lot of people have a lot to say about what someone else should do. 
Fuck em! Go (or don’t totally your body and your rules) pick up heavy shit. Only weak men are afraid of strong women. 

Thank you so much. 

This isn’t an issue with the male ego or that somehow women lifting weights emasculates men.  This is an issue of aesthetics.
Girls that lift to the point of having large shoulders and arms are not attractive.  That is the issue here… guys don’t want to date women that look like guys.  
Sorry, but the truth hurts.

Not attractive to you maybe.  Sorry but your opinion doesn’t mean shit to those women.  They lift for them, not so you can find them attractive.

I’ve been told by numerous guys that I’m intimidating because they know I’m much stronger and can lift a lot more than them, yet they still think I’m attractive. The muscles aren’t the issue, it’s the breaking of societal stereotypes within gender roles that men (and numerous women) find hard to grasp.

While I can understand the argument of aesthetics, I also see how the issue more complex than that. So I have two statements:Ladies, sadly you cannot change aesthetic tastes. If someone wants to date a slice pie or a cucumber (or whatever you’d like to insert here) that is completely up to them and you cannot force someone to like something they do not. I hate olives and no one I am going to change that. So don’t be an asshole.Guys: if you have an issue with girls being muscular and physically stronger than you, don’t take it out on them. Go out with girls you do like. You are free to like what you like. You are not, however, entitled to complain to those that don’t fit your standard. So don’t be an asshole

bananasandkale:

tatstosterone:

provda:

taskscape:

weaponsgradegains:

Comic #1:
Only weak men are afraid of strong women.

Too many guys commenting on how much the ladies should or should not be lifting. When they lift “too” much (AKA more than them), the weaklings of the group will bitch and moan about how it’s not a real lift because a female did it or will yell steroids because “not natty.” But when they don’t lift the guys will be like “gurl u shld skwat to get that booty.” Seems like a lot of people have a lot to say about what someone else should do. 

Fuck em! Go (or don’t totally your body and your rules) pick up heavy shit. Only weak men are afraid of strong women. 

Thank you so much.

This isn’t an issue with the male ego or that somehow women lifting weights emasculates men.  This is an issue of aesthetics.

Girls that lift to the point of having large shoulders and arms are not attractive.  That is the issue here… guys don’t want to date women that look like guys.  

Sorry, but the truth hurts.

Not attractive to you maybe.  Sorry but your opinion doesn’t mean shit to those women.  They lift for them, not so you can find them attractive.

I’ve been told by numerous guys that I’m intimidating because they know I’m much stronger and can lift a lot more than them, yet they still think I’m attractive. The muscles aren’t the issue, it’s the breaking of societal stereotypes within gender roles that men (and numerous women) find hard to grasp.

While I can understand the argument of aesthetics, I also see how the issue more complex than that. So I have two statements:
Ladies, sadly you cannot change aesthetic tastes. If someone wants to date a slice pie or a cucumber (or whatever you’d like to insert here) that is completely up to them and you cannot force someone to like something they do not. I hate olives and no one I am going to change that. So don’t be an asshole.
Guys: if you have an issue with girls being muscular and physically stronger than you, don’t take it out on them. Go out with girls you do like. You are free to like what you like. You are not, however, entitled to complain to those that don’t fit your standard. So don’t be an asshole

(via gym-sex-eat-repeat)

(Source: alt-j, via the-tin-boy)

fer1972:

Digital Artworks by Jarek Kubicki

Finally getting to check the renovated @buddybrewcoffee and it’s definitely setting the bar high for  local #coffeeshops (at Buddy Brew Coffee)

Anonymous asked: Dude the gamecube sucked

nagi-hime:

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