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empatheticcivilization:

And why am I alive when everyone around me has turned to meat? It’s because of my list of rules.

Just for life as well

(Source: darrenaronofskyed)

pernico-is-pernicious:

coldcoffee030:

time-doesnt-wait-for-me:

littlegracenote:

umbreon-ite:

Ah yes, the flute

that’s a trumpet

thats obviously a bass clarinet

I thought it was a saxophone

Wait, you’re telling me this isn’t a piano?

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pernico-is-pernicious:

coldcoffee030:

time-doesnt-wait-for-me:

littlegracenote:

umbreon-ite:

Ah yes, the flute

that’s a trumpet

thats obviously a bass clarinet

I thought it was a saxophone

Wait, you’re telling me this isn’t a piano?

Reblogged from shadowforcesilver

boredasgetout:

Pokemon shaming - LOVE THIS

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ughjxnna:

OH MY GOD THIS CARD

antivian:


When I was first starting the whole process of finding applying to colleges, I was blessed enough to attend one of the best charter schools in the country, with several great teachers and a CAP Advisor that put so much time and effort into helping us figure out what we were going to do with our futures. I know not everyone is so lucky to have access to the same sort of people or resources, so here’s a long masterpost of many useful links and lots of great information you can use. If you ever want advice or to talk about college, feel free to message me!

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Questions to ask yourself when deciding your major
Should you double major?
Is studying abroad right for you?
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How do things change from high school to the real world?
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Help donate rice to the hungry by answering practice questions
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College financial aid terms defined
What can I use the financial aid office for?
Common financial aid myths
Important college financial aid deadlines
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10 tips for getting the most out of college financial aid
Apply for Federal Student Aid (Which you NEVER have to pay for)
Paying for college with grants
The ins and outs of scholarships
Scholarship for women/POC studying to work in video games
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Federal Student Aid - What you need to know about loans
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5 way to relax for under $5
Managing and saving money in college
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20 different ways to make money in college
You can travel cheaper as a student
Youth and student discount cards
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4 tips for creating the perfect class schedule
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Getting even more out of Google
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The 5 best free word processors
Writing resources to use use general
When you’re not sure where to capitalize in a title
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For when you need even more help making citations
For when the word you want is on the tip of your tongue
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Alternatives to the word “said”
Common errors in English usage
Common English grammar errors to avoid
The importance of the oxford comma
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How To: Become An Adult
Really long and great masterpost that I use all the time
Good advice for submitting art school portfolios
Musical Theatre Auditions Masterpost
A Self Help Masterpost of Masterposts
Recovery resources
Contraceptives Masterpost
Essential Productivity Apps for any student
How to keep your laptop in tip-top shape

Reblogged from snailjr

antivian:

When I was first starting the whole process of finding applying to colleges, I was blessed enough to attend one of the best charter schools in the country, with several great teachers and a CAP Advisor that put so much time and effort into helping us figure out what we were going to do with our futures. I know not everyone is so lucky to have access to the same sort of people or resources, so here’s a long masterpost of many useful links and lots of great information you can use. If you ever want advice or to talk about college, feel free to message me!

Guides and Articles to Help Decision Making and Overall Process

For High School Students

For Students in Florida

For College Students

GED

SAT

ACT

TOEFL

Financial Aid

Student Loans

Saving, Managing, and Making Money

Scheduling Courses

High-Quality Studying+Productivity Resources (FOR FREE!)

Writing Essays + Papers

Other Helpful Resources

Reblogged from the-absolute-best-posts

My brain trying to fill my own plot holes 

(Source: hreny)

Reblogged from drvincentmorrow

drvincentmorrow:

Now, you too can have fun playing Character Cliche Bingo while you’re reading over someone’s 3000 page epic on Wattpad.  A great game to play with friends!  …or, friend, because I only made one other bingo card.  Oh well. >w<;

This needs to be thing

Reblogged from shadowforcesilver

fontainefucksyou:

they see me mad jellin right now son

lumoscas:

blue-and-bronzed-princess:

hpnextgenuniverse:

Hogwarts started doing a student exchange program between the houses. Once a year, four unfortunate students would be selected and then placed in one of the other three houses for two weeks to “experience new things and better understand your fellow students.” Seriously, imagine how much fun we can have with this headcanon.
“Why is it always so dark in your guys’ dorms all the time? And p-please get that snake away from me.”
“Do Gryffindors have to be so loud ALL THE TIME? I’m trying to study!”
“I mean I sneeze and I get bombarded with two dozen ‘bless you’s! And if one more person tries to give me another passionate hug or asks me if there’s anything I want to talk about, I’m going to hex someone!”
“I DON’T KNOW WHERE VANISHED OBJECTS GO, I JUST WANT INTO MY BLOODY ROOM!”

HAHAHA

best part, you could tell which houses the person came from and which house they were talking to.

Reblogged from shadowforcesilver

lumoscas:

blue-and-bronzed-princess:

hpnextgenuniverse:

Hogwarts started doing a student exchange program between the houses. Once a year, four unfortunate students would be selected and then placed in one of the other three houses for two weeks to “experience new things and better understand your fellow students.” Seriously, imagine how much fun we can have with this headcanon.

“Why is it always so dark in your guys’ dorms all the time? And p-please get that snake away from me.”

“Do Gryffindors have to be so loud ALL THE TIME? I’m trying to study!”

“I mean I sneeze and I get bombarded with two dozen ‘bless you’s! And if one more person tries to give me another passionate hug or asks me if there’s anything I want to talk about, I’m going to hex someone!”

“I DON’T KNOW WHERE VANISHED OBJECTS GO, I JUST WANT INTO MY BLOODY ROOM!”

HAHAHA

best part, you could tell which houses the person came from and which house they were talking to.

WHEN MY FRIENDS AND I GO TO A BOOKSTORE SALE

Reblogged from slytheriingirl

dukeofbookingham:

It’s like:

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