well I still pretty much have the same amount of work to do, but it’s not looking so bad anymore. Sure, I have no idea what i’m going to do about that progress report, seeing as I haven’t really done anything with the project all semester, but maybe I can rile something up before tomorrow’s midnight.
Narrative physics isn’t so bad, just can’t connect ideas for shit right now.
Chemistry? fuck it. Also, getting some caffeine is helping a ton.
check it out guys, this is a picture of my roommmate from last year. Cool dude, short and social. can’t understand half the shit he says.
“Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up. You build up all these defenses, you build up a whole suit of armor, so that nothing can hurt you, then one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life…You give them a piece of you. They didn’t ask for it. They did something dumb one day, like kiss you or smile at you, and then your life isn’t your own anymore. Love takes hostages. It gets inside you. It eats you out and leaves you crying in the darkness, so simple a phrase like ‘maybe we should be just friends’ turns into a glass splinter working its way into your heart. It hurts. Not just in the imagination. Not just in the mind. It’s a soul-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. I hate love.”—~ Neil Gaiman (via luanaluna)
basorexia: an overwhelming desire to neck or kiss. lygerastia: the condition of one who is only amorous when the lights are out. brontide: the low rumbling of distant thunder. dactylion: the tip of a middle finger. nudiustertian: pertaining to the day before yesterday. gargalesthesia: the sensation caused by tickling. petrichor: the smell of rain on dry ground. dendolatry: worship of trees. lethologica: the inability to recall a precise word for something. psithurism: a whispering sound, i.e: the sound of wind in trees, or rustling leaves. witzelsucht: a feeble attempt at humour. epeolatry: worship of words. woundy: excessively; extremely. tacenda: things not to be mentioned. naupathia: sea sickness. baisemain: a kiss on the hand.
particular emphasis on lethologica, from a personal standpoint.
PSSSHHHHHHH 2.5 shots.
ahaha jkjk. what liquor was it?
Anyway. DAMN WONDERWOMAN. DAMN HER TO HELL.
idk. girl is missing out like someone who's never tried Nutella.
I applied at Lander as well, which is hella closer to Wofford....about an hour or so according to Google maps...which is really almost the same as Wofford to Columbia, give or take 30-40 mins.
OR. I could get that apartment in FL and we can both transfer and have a merry adventure on the gulf.
SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS.
Did you read that Matthew Gray Gubler quote I posted earlier? THE TEARS, TONY. THE TEARS.
Its those kinds of women that make me angry. They hurt nice human males like Gubes and THEN RUN RAMPANT TO HURT OTHER NICE PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF. ARE THERE NO GOOD WOMEN LEFT IN THIS WORLD? I THINK NOT.
It was a hand written, leather bound book with custom painted illustrations and a storyline to melt the heart of Satan.
what the hell.
FUCK WOFFORD. IT SEEMS LIKE A HELLISH PLACE.
I don't know why this is so manic. I have to stay up and write a paper for Anthropology about fraternal polyandry. Its exactly what it sounds like. A bunch of bros sharing a wife.
Because, why not?
I think the first film I want to make will be a western. Or a heist-ish crime story. But I don't want to fall into a easily forgotten action category.
How are classes going? When are you coming home for winter break? Will you be back for my birthday?
You can post the answer on here. I just didn't know if you wanted me to do the same to the question you submitted.
Jäger and Tequila, definitely preferred the first listed even though I took it second.
Wofford is not thaaaat baaad , just hellish in how I don’t really fit here (or anywhere, honestly, but hey. I do sometimes)
You so craaaazzehh with your post.
Why fraternal polyandry. Would you like several bro’s to share you?
I almost laughed out loud in history today reading your TMI tuesdays.
also, don’t go to coastal carolina, it’s bad just don’t. Kelsey Leahy says so as well.
Why u no sleep so much? you need to reset your circadian rhythm, brosis and get some solid 8 hour Zzz’s.
Studies into dolphin behaviour have highlighted how similar their communications are to those of humans and that they are brighter than chimpanzees. These have been backed up by anatomical research showing that dolphin brains have many key features associated with high intelligence.
The researchers argue that their work shows it is morally unacceptable to keep such intelligent animals in amusement parks or to kill them for food or by accident when fishing. Some 300,000 whales, dolphins and porpoises die in this way each year.
Dolphins have long been recognised as among the most intelligent of animals but many researchers had placed them below chimps, which some studies have found can reach the intelligence levels of three-year-old children. Recently, however, a series of behavioural studies has suggested that dolphins, especially species such as the bottlenose, could be the brighter of the two. The studies show how dolphins have distinct personalities, a strong sense of self and can think about the future.
It has also become clear that they are “cultural” animals, meaning that new types of behaviour can quickly be picked up by one dolphin from another.
In one study, Diana Reiss, professor of psychology at Hunter College, City University of New York, showed that bottlenose dolphins could recognise themselves in a mirror and use it to inspect various parts of their bodies, an ability that had been thought limited to humans and great apes.
In another, she found that captive animals also had the ability to learn a rudimentary symbol-based language.
Other research has shown dolphins can solve difficult problems, while those living in the wild co-operate in ways that imply complex social structures and a high level of emotional sophistication.
In one recent case, a dolphin rescued from the wild was taught to tail-walk while recuperating for three weeks in a dolphinarium in Australia.
After she was released, scientists were astonished to see the trick spreading among wild dolphins who had learnt it from the former captive.
There are many similar examples, such as the way dolphins living off Western Australia learnt to hold sponges over their snouts to protect themselves when searching for spiny fish on the ocean floor.