I woke up with a beetle of some kind crawling through my hair and clicking.

I am not prepared for this much adrenaline this early in the morning.

nadeki:

noobling:

person: Pokemon is such a childish game, why are you playing it?

me: 

me: 

me: image

ARE YOU KIDDING ME

maleeshda3wa:

yayasmeen:

I think my selfie problem is getting out of hand..

This deserves at least a thousand notes !!

im-sooo-changable:

johnwartson:

ritchandspace:

Dude, Peter Capaldi totally refused to flirt with Clara in the new series.

Damn, I’m so ready for this.

In that same article he states that he’s going to make the story line less confusing and over the top and focus on the plot. I think I’m in love. 

thank fucking god

hernameismanda:

hausucat:

Omg.

SHE IS MY FAVORITE CONTESTANT AND THIS IS PERF.

My cat’s face when I turn the living room light on at 5am

My cat’s face when I turn the living room light on at 5am

Tourist:Could you give us directions to Olive Garden?
New Yorker:No, but I could give you directions to an actual Italian restaurant.
Tourist:
Tourist:
Tourist:
Tourist:I came here to have a good time and honestly I am feeling so attacked right now.
jtotheizzoe:

Coming to YouTube on August 19th! 
Frankenstein M.D. is a modern re-telling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (did you know it was the first sci-fi book?), from Pemberley Digital, the same people who brought you The Lizzie Bennett Diaries and Emma Approved, and PBS Digital Studios. The story centers around Victoria Frankenstein (rather than “Victor” from the book), an eccentric and driven MD/PhD student who wants to prove herself in the traditionally male-dominated field of medical research. Basically, this is what we would get if Mary Shelley created a YouTube science show :)
I’m also happy to announce that I’m lending my PhD chops and serving as science consultant for the series, which is SO FUN!!! I’m working hard to make sure the science you’ll see in the series is the real thing. At least in theory. I mean, we can’t really bring frightening creatures back from the dead. Yet.
Check out the full details on the series, the cast, and the premiere here. And, just like the worlds of Lizzie Bennet and Emma Woodhouse, the Frankenstein universe will be bigger than just the videos. Here’s a few links so you can start following the characters:
Victoria on Twitter, Victoria on Tumblr
Iggy DeLacey on Twitter, Iggy on Tumblr

jtotheizzoe:

Coming to YouTube on August 19th! 

Frankenstein M.D. is a modern re-telling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (did you know it was the first sci-fi book?), from Pemberley Digital, the same people who brought you The Lizzie Bennett Diaries and Emma Approved, and PBS Digital Studios. The story centers around Victoria Frankenstein (rather than “Victor” from the book), an eccentric and driven MD/PhD student who wants to prove herself in the traditionally male-dominated field of medical research. Basically, this is what we would get if Mary Shelley created a YouTube science show :)

I’m also happy to announce that I’m lending my PhD chops and serving as science consultant for the series, which is SO FUN!!! I’m working hard to make sure the science you’ll see in the series is the real thing. At least in theory. I mean, we can’t really bring frightening creatures back from the dead. Yet.

Check out the full details on the series, the cast, and the premiere here. And, just like the worlds of Lizzie Bennet and Emma Woodhouse, the Frankenstein universe will be bigger than just the videos. Here’s a few links so you can start following the characters:

Lack of sleep 'increases risk of false memories' - Medical News Today

The research team enrolled 104 participants of college age to a misinformation test and divided them into four groups.

For the first part of the test, a variety of photos showing a crime taking place was shown to two of the groups upon arrival at a laboratory late at night. One of the groups was allowed to sleep, while the other group was required to stay awake throughout the night.

The other two groups - one of which was allowed to sleep while the other was required to stay awake - reviewed the crime photos the morning after rather than the night before.

The next part of the experiment required all participants to read narratives of eyewitness statements that gave different information to what the crime photos showed. For example, one of the statements said a thief put a stolen wallet in the pocket of his pants, when the photo showed he put it in his jacket. Participants were then asked to recall what was shown in the photos.

The researchers found that the group who looked at the photos, read the narratives and attempted to recall the photos after staying awake all night, were more likely to say that the details in the narratives were present in the photos - indicating false memory formation.

However, the participants who looked at the photos prior to staying awake all night were found to be no more likely to report false memories than the groups that were allowed to sleep.

"Babies won’t stop moving long enough to take a cute selfie" selfie

author:he had dark hair, dark eyes, and spoke fluent afrikaans
fandom:*draws white guy*
author:he had delicate skin as dark as the night
fandom:*draws white guy*
author:her dreadlocks where thick and her skin was dark
fandom:*draws white girl*
author:they had black skin as smooth as-
fandom:*draws white guy*
author:they're black, they are literally black, they are not white, seriously. they are black.
fandom:....
fandom:*draws white guy*

satans-advocate:

sext: i want to pay bills and share household duties and approach our late 20’s in a financially and emotionally stable way with you

musevault:

violet-backed starling. photo by malcssclam.

musevault:

violet-backed starling. photo by malcssclam.

(Source: fairy-wren)

tramampoline:

queergh0st:

how come you can name your kid Lily or Rose and that’s totally acceptable but you trying calling em Baby’s Breath and everyone flips

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