narwhal-noir:

I took my girlfriend to an improv show the other night and during intermission we were passionately arguing over whether half a 5 Hour Energy shot would give you 2.5 hours of energy or 5 hours of half-assed energy so we turned around to ask the opinions of the three people behind us and one of them said “Are all your arguments like this because we heard you in the lobby earlier fighting over the right way to pronounce ‘egg’?”

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sanitaryum:

Will the real Ferrell/Pharrell please stand up?
#willferrell   #pharrellwilliams

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skunkbear:

Can you control your metabolism with your mind?

Turns out … yes.

Watch the science desk’s new video: a super fun collaboration between Alix Spiegel and Bianca Giaever.

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g8dtier:

Honestly what is the appeal of asses I don’t get it. Like there is nothing attractive about them.

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residuetheory:

Troll! In the dungeon! Thought you ought to know. xoxo gossip Quirrell

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I like a badboy with an agenda and some ambition. He needs to be driven— by personal demons, a thirst for vengeance, lust for gold, megalomania, low level sociopathy, whatever.
Being ruthless isn’t enough. My preferred badboy has a code, even a perverse kind of honor. He isn’t a bully.
Being dangerous isn’t enough. Angry bears and box jellyfish are dangerous but I don’t want to get close to them. The platinum badboy has dignity, control, restraint.
That brings me to the allure of this particular kind of badboy or what I like to call, Flapping the Unflappable.
What does it mean when a boy who trusts no one chooses to trust you? Or when someone single-minded in his mission (whatever that may be), let’s you distract him from that all-important goal (vengeance against his enemies, world domination, acquiring the Sword of Florgenflerg at any cost, etc.)? Frankly, it means you’re awesome. It means there’s something compelling enough about you to pull him off course, to drag him from his self-imposed exile from humanity, to disturb his well-ordered universe, and make him long for something more. You alone have been chosen to see behind the badboy’s icy exterior to the human heart beneath, and that’s a heady thing.

Leigh Bardugo — “The Appeal of a Bad Boy” (via inlovewithwarnette)

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The episode was really supposed to be how everyone handles grief differently. But it’s also about Alicia dealing with the ambiguity of death. The inability to access the deceased and his thinking. It’s a little bit of a detective story, but about the mystery of a loved one’s last moments and their frame of mind. When someone you love dies, you want to stand where they stood, and see what they saw. In the absence of facts, you have to create your conclusion — which is what Alicia does.

@goodwifewriters

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Never imagined we’d end like this…

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