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02
Sep

386345N

wearejohnlocked:

captured-ghosts:

How dare a woman use a relevant anatomically correct term in a debate about abortion! 

sometimes I struggle to believe that the usa is a real country and not an elaborate joke

wearejohnlocked:

captured-ghosts:

How dare a woman use a relevant anatomically correct term in a debate about abortion! 

sometimes I struggle to believe that the usa is a real country and not an elaborate joke

02
Sep

21215N

killuangel:

"it’s like freud always said," says the ‘psychologist’ character in the movie, making everyone in the audience who knows anything at all about psychology flinch involuntarily

02
Sep

50075N

randomlittlespark:

When you find out a mutual follow has lots of followers

randomlittlespark:

When you find out a mutual follow has lots of followers

02
Sep

2762N

Veronica Mars + her obsession with unicorns and ponies

Veronica Mars + her obsession with unicorns and ponies

02
Sep

3891N

fma week | day ten → ying/yang

fma week | day ten → ying/yang

02
Sep

244990N

imarriedcheese:

abookwormcalledellie:

thewafflemonster:

You know how there’s a theory that no two people see a colour the exact same way.

Does that mean colour is like

a pigment of your imagination.

YOU FUCKING DIDN’T

Huehuehue

02
Sep

147724N

"Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I’ll choke you with the same hand I fed you with."


Anonymous (via screeches)
02
Sep

675555N

the-social-recluse:

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

  • finding someone aesthetically pleasing
  • being sexually attracted to someone
  • being romantically attracted to someone

02
Sep

13901N

Award-winning photographer Seth Casteel came up with the idea for Underwater Dogs when he was trying to photograph a dog named Buster who wouldn’t stop jumping in the pool. His photos soon became the best selling photography book of 2012. 

did-you-kno:

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BYE.

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More about Seth

Underwater Dogs book

02
Sep

55538N

beyoncescock:

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       ʷʰʸ            ʷʰʸ       ʷʰʸ      ʷʰʸ

   ʷʰʸ         school tomorrow   ʷʰʸ

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02
Sep

118517N

jimfaindel:

werewolfchaos:

pagingme:

tastefullyoffensive:

[blaine gibson]

GASTON

Nobody get’s confused like Gaston

I cry for all those who do not know who this man is

jimfaindel:

werewolfchaos:

pagingme:

tastefullyoffensive:

[blaine gibson]

GASTON

Nobody get’s confused like Gaston

I cry for all those who do not know who this man is

02
Sep

41186N

sexbangs:

august 31st, 11:59pm

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september 1st, 12:00am

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02
Sep

19398N

rabbrakha:

Parineeti Chopra responds to a male reporter who claims to know nothing about periods (menstrual cycle). [X]

SO IMPORTANT.

rabbrakha:

Parineeti Chopra responds to a male reporter who claims to know nothing about periods (menstrual cycle). [X]

SO IMPORTANT.

02
Sep

3628N

sixpenceee:

thraxbaby:

sixpenceee:

We know that babies to enter REM sleep (dream state sleep) because we can see their eyes twitch as they sleep.

In fact they spend over half their time in REM sleep! Way more than adults.

But what do they dream about?

Neuroscientists believe REM sleep serves a completely different role in babes: It allows their brains to build pathways, and helps them develop languages.

But they lack the head space and the ability to imagine themselves as the heroes of baby adventures, or to dream of toys.

According to neuroscientists, even children at the age of 4 or 5 typically describe dreams that are static and plain, with no characters that move or act, few emotions and no memories. 

Vivid dreams start at age 7 and 8, when the child can become self-aware, and know that she/he is a person. 

In fact, the amount of self awareness— understanding that they would be the same person even if they had a different name, for example — strongly correlates with the amount of plot structure in that child’s dreams.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

FOR MORE INTERESTING POSTS

I think children have vivid dreams a lot earlier because I still remember a dream I had when I was 4 where I was strapped down to a mad scientist’s table and was about to be experimented on. 

Reading through the comments, a lot of people report back having vivid dreams at 4 or 5. Perhaps this theory is wrong after all. 

sixpenceee:

thraxbaby:

sixpenceee:

We know that babies to enter REM sleep (dream state sleep) because we can see their eyes twitch as they sleep.

In fact they spend over half their time in REM sleep! Way more than adults.

But what do they dream about?

Neuroscientists believe REM sleep serves a completely different role in babes: It allows their brains to build pathways, and helps them develop languages.

But they lack the head space and the ability to imagine themselves as the heroes of baby adventures, or to dream of toys.

According to neuroscientists, even children at the age of 4 or 5 typically describe dreams that are static and plain, with no characters that move or act, few emotions and no memories. 

Vivid dreams start at age 7 and 8, when the child can become self-aware, and know that she/he is a person. 

In fact, the amount of self awareness— understanding that they would be the same person even if they had a different name, for example — strongly correlates with the amount of plot structure in that child’s dreams.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

FOR MORE INTERESTING POSTS

I think children have vivid dreams a lot earlier because I still remember a dream I had when I was 4 where I was strapped down to a mad scientist’s table and was about to be experimented on. 

Reading through the comments, a lot of people report back having vivid dreams at 4 or 5. Perhaps this theory is wrong after all. 

02
Sep

111801N

mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…

mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…