Over my years of being a human, I have discovered that when put in the centre of a crisis, there is no “right” way to do things. There are better ways than others that vary from person to person, from situation to situation but there is no overruling, definite path to take. For instance, *screen…
The other week I was having coffee with my good friend Alan Cole. We were talking about our school years and it turned out we both had a bit of a knack for being naughty. He often got caught for his outlandish school pranks but everything I did was usually unintentional (like breaking doors and…
I’ve been more productive today than I have been in weeks and it’s entirely down to the weather. It’s affected me in loads of ways I didn’t consciously register at first … I’m walking straighter and taller because I’m not huddling to keep warm, for example, so I feel naturally more confident as I…
who remembers bettyspaghetty
unrealistic expectations for the female body
Knees weak arms spaghetti
I have been looking for this gifset my entire life.
Seriously the funniest moment of Toy Story.
i think i’ve reblogged this before but who cares i love it
Shit this popped up on my dash
I have to reblog it
This movie is 17 years old and this scene is still funny.
this will never not be funny.
gettin real tired of your shit
Toy Story; teaching kids sarcasm since 1995
Oof, a blog. That’s new! Usually, I’m being watched…which is far creepier than being read, I suppose. Suddenly, I understand the phrase “She’s like an open book” a whole lot better! Although, this isn’t a book…it’s a blog but “She’s like an open Safari window” doesn’t have much of a ring to it,…
Why does everyone say “house-wife” or “house-husband” when “House-spouse” is not only gender neutral, but also RHYMES?
the prof asks the important questions.