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tomhazeldine:

What does it mean to be a rising star?

bookwormdiaries:

bluestockingbookworm:

findinghomeinabook:

gracereadsbooksandreviewsthem:

findinghomeinabook:

written-beast:

my special skill is being able to remove stickers off of books

I am so jealous of you rn I wish I could do that

Use a blow-dryer to heat up the sticker and it’ll come right off.

WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU ON EARTH THANK YOU FRIEND

THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT POST I MAY EVER REBLOG!

And erasers take the sticky stuff off fairly well with no damage.

begettingmonsters:

couldnt just borrow his sweaters like a normal boyfriend could you

justinshouseofdreams:

how to be gamer:

  • play game
  • congratulation u r gamer now
  • anyone says ur not
  • hit them with game device

acederek:

i’m mad that in the “steve discovers pop culture” posts nobody mentions him losing his shit over animation like homie’s an artist and probably saw snow white as many times as he could. imagine him seeing Ariel’s hair float around in the little mermaid or all the weird partial 3D in Aladdin

and tony’s in the corner like “but sci fi and visual effects” and steve’s like shhh i’m trying to watch the hunchback of notre dame”

betterbemeta:

orbmanson7:

ilikegusbetterinabuttondown:

Childhood movies taught me the most important thing of all: parents aren’t always right and they don’t always know what’s best for you.

look how many notes this thing has

Also, a variety of parents are capable of being wrong.

You’ve got flat-out abusive parents who see their kids as a resource or something to be controlled

You’ve got distant or parent figures (they don’t have to be your actual parents!) like North, who see great things in a kid but haven’t gotten close enough to them to really understand their feelings or how to help them realize their potential

You’ve got parents with big expectations who see a kid’s life as a series of milestones because accomplishing those things is how they feel their kid will do well in life,

You’ve got parents who love their kids, but don’t see themselves in them and don’t understand what their kid wants in life or how to relate.

Good parents and bad parents might not listen to their kids, who may be wrong about how to treat their kid or how their kid wants to (or even how they should best!) proceed in life.

Parenthood is an interpersonal relationship where the senior figure has most of the power, and that power also comes the responsibility to listen and understand that they have power over even an older kid, and to be aware of themselves and their own actions. Even pretty good parents may have to learn something to prevent stepping all over the agency of their kids.

class-snuggle:

My roommate bought a pack of 24 rolls of toilet paper yesterday, in addition to the half dozen we already had, and stored all of them in the bathroom. And just let me tell you, there’s something incredibly calming and reassuring about looking next to you while you’re on the toilet and seeing 30 rolls of toilet paper sitting there. You get a feeling like, no matter how bad shit gets in there, you’re always going to make it out okay in the end.