Unoriginalish


92 notes | 1 year ago , via jamieylnn | from viclee2012

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#fuck





433 notes | 1 year ago , via imagination-parade | from unruhen

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31882 notes | 1 year ago , via ward-o | from llancasterhazel

#fuck


24466 notes | 1 year ago , via januarysummers | from barackobama

"We had our first debate last night. And when I got onto the stage, I met this very spirited fellow who claimed to be Mitt Romney. But it couldn’t have been Mitt Romney—because the real Mitt Romney has been running around the country for the last year promising $5 trillion in tax cuts that favor the wealthy. The fellow on stage last night said he didn’t know anything about that.

The real Mitt Romney said we don’t need any more teachers in our classrooms. But the fellow on stage last night, he loves teachers—can’t get enough of them. The Mitt Romney we all know invested in companies that were called “pioneers” of outsourcing jobs to other countries. But the guy on stage last night, he said that he doesn’t even know that there are such laws that encourage outsourcing—he’s never heard of them. Never heard of them. Never heard of tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. He said that if it’s true, he must need a new accountant.

Now, we know for sure it was not the real Mitt Romney, because he seems to be doing just fine with his current accountant. So you see, the man on stage last night, he does not want to be held accountable for the real Mitt Romney’s decisions and what he’s been saying for the last year. And that’s because he knows full well that we don’t want what he’s been selling for the last year. So Governor Romney may dance around his positions, but if you want to be President, you owe the American people the truth."

— President Obama in Denver, CO today (via barackobama)

#fuck #yes


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365 notes | 1 year ago , via stayinthecar | from mschuckles

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121085 notes | 2 years ago , via taylortownsend | from staypozitive
awesomeful:

tee2n:

Take a second and think about the one thing that promotes attraction the most. I’ll give you a hint. The answer is not physical looks, wealth, having things in common, or even the person’s personality. I know, it’s crazy right? The answer is actually proximity. Study after study finds that most people tend to become attracted to people who are physically close to them. The theory is called the mere exposure effect, and it states that we tend to become attracted to a novel stimuli if it was repeated over and over again. I am sure you once saw a very attractive person who caught your attention while passing by your car, then you never saw him/her again. Why do most people forget about that very attractive person a few days later? Simply because they never see that person again. If the stimuli wasn’t reinforced we tend to forget about it even if we liked it. It really is true. Just talking to someone a lot can do so much. You may not even see it coming. But If you spend a considerable amount of time with someone, you could be friends one day, and before you know it, you’ve completely fallen head over heals in love with each other. Maybe this has happened to you. You can’t fight it, but why would you want to? It’s a beautiful thing, really.

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awesomeful:

tee2n:

Take a second and think about the one thing that promotes attraction the most. I’ll give you a hint. The answer is not physical looks, wealth, having things in common, or even the person’s personality. I know, it’s crazy right? The answer is actually proximity. Study after study finds that most people tend to become attracted to people who are physically close to them. The theory is called the mere exposure effect, and it states that we tend to become attracted to a novel stimuli if it was repeated over and over again. I am sure you once saw a very attractive person who caught your attention while passing by your car, then you never saw him/her again. Why do most people forget about that very attractive person a few days later? Simply because they never see that person again. If the stimuli wasn’t reinforced we tend to forget about it even if we liked it. It really is true. Just talking to someone a lot can do so much. You may not even see it coming. But If you spend a considerable amount of time with someone, you could be friends one day, and before you know it, you’ve completely fallen head over heals in love with each other. Maybe this has happened to you. You can’t fight it, but why would you want to? It’s a beautiful thing, really.

x




1279 notes | 2 years ago , via stayinthecar | from coburns

We didn’t get married because we thought life was easy, we got married so that we could be there for each other when things got tough.

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5237 notes | 2 years ago , via heat-wave | from always100coffees
make-it-your-strength:

I think this gif just literally killed me even more. 

make-it-your-strength:

I think this gif just literally killed me even more. 

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2044 notes | 2 years ago , via kinkyhope | from krasinskisaurus



2261 notes | 2 years ago , via heartnotbrain | from stanacatic

“Castle” 4x23 ‘ALWAYS’ Promo | The Season 4 Finale

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6845 notes | 2 years ago , via frayofarrows | from katarras

mockingjay → last words