inothernews: No, but for real. crying everywhere
demeaniac: “No homo” I whisper, filled with bewilderment. Indeed, there are only Australopithecine around. It’s the Pleistocene epoch.
unsuccessfulmetalbenders: my talents include sleeping eating and thinking of a good comeback two hours after someone has said something rude to me
bunandcheeeese: I hope you’re having a good day. I hope you pay it forward with the chain reaction of smiles that your chubby cheeks bring. Most of all, I hope you’re happy. i read this as cheese not cheeks and now i want a grilled cheese
2 more months...
samandriel: In Boston we don’t say “I love you” we say “WHO THA FACK DO YA THINK YOU AH, FACKIN WITH OUAH CITY? OUAH TROOPAHS WILL HUNT YA THE FACK DOWN” which roughly translates to “Yankees suck” I think that’s really beautiful.
Imagine if this guy really drives to NY?
New Yorkers and Bostonians uniting, you’re really fucked now.
ghosttownfrown: Your professor will not be happy with you if he says the Stanford Prison Experiment shows human nature and you say it shows the nature of white middle class college-aged boys. Like he will not be happy at all.
Impersonating your younger self makes your body... →
neuroticthought: by Deric Bownds An interesting article in the Harvard Magazine describes the life work of Ellen Langer, her demonstrations that our social self image (old versus young, for example) strongly patterns our actual vitality and physiology, her work on Mindfulness, unconscious processing, etc. I recommend that you read the article. Here are some clips from its beginning that hooked...