I think it’s a little ironic that in the new Great Gatsby they used that Fergie song “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody.” When in the Great Gatsby a little party killed -Myrtle - Gatsby -Myrtle’s Husband
lalondes: Chris Pine, you is fine Dat ass is divine It’s finer than wine Got flawless design Chris Pine, you is fine Dat smile’s benign Yo teeth got some shine Ima take you to dine Chris Pine, you is fine You is at least a 9 Ima make you a sign Dat says “Chris Pine, Please Be Mine” Chris Pine, you is fine Them stars are aligned So I think it is time Chris Pine, be my valentine
ranetree: I am an intelligent, eloquent, well-mannered young woman who just so happens to say “fuck” a lot.
omarnorthtower: some-atoms: kalycle: hooruss: some-atoms: It’s so weird when people are squeamish about seeing brains because that’s their own brain making a decision that it looks disgusting. Brains don’t like how they look. self conscious brains aww brains that don’t like what they look like because they’re not supposed to be visible because if they’re visible something is deeply...
what are the top five Things you associate with me
characters pairings shows objects jokes memes games etc
WHEN MY LABMATES ASK HOW MY QUAL PREP IS GOING
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You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job...– When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials arent’ buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)
tardis-blue-boxes: larry-in-the-tardis: abhortion: I think I missed out on the “neat and cute handwriting” gene that every girl seems to have and this is unfair Intelligent people have messier handwriting because they think fast. When you think and process things faster, you can also write quicker, but it’s going to be sloppy. People with neat writing are usually (no offense) not as smart....
3D-Printed 'Bionic' Ear Can Hear Beyond Human...
mofonews: A 3D-printed ear could give you the ability to hear frequencies a million times higher than the human ear can comprehend: Scientists at Princeton University have designed a bionic ear that can hear better than human ears. And get this: It was printed using an off-the-shelf 3D printer. Read More
WHEN EVERYTHING KEEPS ON GETTING CONTAMINATED
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futurist-foresight: “Happy Geek Pride Day!” http://feedly.com/k/16gKsOi
HOW I SPEND MY FREE TIME AT LAB
yolympics: changing from jeans to pajama pants
DOING THE MATH FOR SOLUTIONS AND DILUTIONS
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