somebody find my list of anime baes i need to add mabuchi kou
Michael Che speaks to Jim Gilchrist, president of the Minuteman Project, about the “invasion” of immigrant children.
'Phone Lanes' for People who Can't Stop Texting and Walking | Via
Some places have lanes for bicycles, others for motorcycles, but there’s a place in mainland China that boasts a different type of lane altogether: one for phone addicts glued to their screens. According to a Chinese publication, the cellphone lane above was spotted along a place called Foreigner Street in Chongqing city, one of the five major cities in the country. The sidewalk was most likely painted on for everyone’s safety, because, hey, if there’s distracted driving, there’s also distracted walking, as perfectly demonstrated by the woman in this video.
honestly i was beginning to forget about 2pm but go crazy is a jam!! !!!
2PM - 4집 미친거 아니야?
date someone who makes you feel like Everytime We Touch by Cascada on the inside
‘The Daily Show”s Jessica Williams makes Paper's 'Beautiful People' List for 2014. Photographed by Harper Smith.
reasons sims 4 will kill me before i even get it
- parties with glowsticks
- you can move whole rooms and buildings!!
- you can download new content without leaving the game??!?
- sims with emotions?? real emotions!!
- sims can be right or left handed??! why?? who cares??!
- rocket ship??! cupcake factory??!!
- WOOHOO IS A SKILL
- A U T O S A V E
- YOUR SIMS CAN J A C K O F F
- Chocolate: Raw nuts/seeds.
- Oily/Fatty Snacks: Kale, leafy greens.
- Soda/Carbonated Drinks: Actual, literal bubbles.
- Chips/Salty Food: Topsoil.
- Cookies: Freudian psychology.
- Sweet Tea: A strong Southern gentleman to take care of you.
- Pasta/Carbs: Pasta/Carbs.
- Ice: The sweet release of death.
i have 4 tests this week and ive studied for 0 of them this weekend but more importantly i renewed my love for anime and caught up on dramas
"In 2008, a classified briefing note on radicalisation, prepared by MI5’s behavioural science unit, was leaked to the Guardian. It revealed that, “far from being religious zealots, a large number of those involved in terrorism do not practise their faith regularly. Many lack religious literacy and could…be regarded as religious novices.” The analysts concluded that “a well-established religious identity actually protects against violent radicalisation.”