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legfruit:

tips for uni!!

- i don’t have any
- none of us know what we’re doing
- make rich friends

Posted 4 hours ago

Look at how he’s preparing himself to talk about Shakespeare x

(Source: mishasteaparty)

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ifuckinghatetomhiddleston:

Getting such a boner thinkin’ bout it

ifuckinghatetomhiddleston:

Getting such a boner thinkin’ bout it

Posted 4 hours ago

krook:

innocent looking girls that are secretly kinky as fuck are girls worth living for

Posted 4 hours ago

When you feel you have lost everything, you still have

  • books
  • unexpected kindness in strangers
  • the rest of the world to travel
  • languages to learn
  • animals to take care of
  • volunteer work to do
  • the power of a good night’s rest
  • the changing of seasons
  • infinite things to learn
  • billions of people to meet and possibly love
  • billions of people who might love you back

(Source: dearscience)

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opheliaownsyou:

This photo is so important

opheliaownsyou:

This photo is so important

(Source: bythepowercosmic)

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The most significant impacts of the Internet on people’s lives by 2025 will involve augmented reality applications. Augmented reality tools such as AR mobile browsers (like Layar) or wearables (like Google Glass) will become affordable and widespread, and we will grow accustomed to seeing the world through multiple data layers. This will change a lot of social practices, such as dating, job interviewing and professional networking, and gaming, as well as policing and espionage.

Daren C. Brabham, assistant professor at the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California, on what digital life will be like in 2025.

Today, Google Glass is being made available to the public.

(via pewinternet)

Posted 13 hours ago

Things that were actually said on Supernatural.

(Source: demonprotection)