this is me transferring my love and success to you. (bah ha ha ha ha sorry)

Please tell me you’re thinking about Baby Mama, because I’m thinking about Baby Mama.

I ain’t taggin’ no one, but you can enjoy my lame responses.
Hope I did this right - there were no instructions…

I ain’t taggin’ no one, but you can enjoy my lame responses.

Hope I did this right - there were no instructions…

commanderabutt:

missyay:

nazerine:

excessivecompulsive:

nazerine:

the anti vaccination movement basically consists of random people with no knowledge of medicine going “I can medicine better than doctors” and it would be hilarious if it wasn’t literally killing people

you dont need vaccines, I havent had any and Im still doing great

wow, what a compelling argument. you’ve got me

in other news, i am still alive therefore death must be a myth

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charlesxavir:


tom hiddleston, michael fassbender, and benedict cumberbatch greet a gathering of small marine life

charlesxavir:

tom hiddleston, michael fassbender, and benedict cumberbatch greet a gathering of small marine life

(Source: disneyboost)

tamahi:

things ppl rly need to stop glorifying

  • not going outside
  • having social anxiety
  • being socially awkard
  • spending all of your time on the internet
  • not talking to people 
  • disliking people
waywardchangeling:

charlesoberonn:

lewishaoki:

warcalledlife:

Not sure why but this is how my phone took a picture of lightning

Looks like it took half of this world, and half of a dark world.
It’s so rad and creepy, gives the spook chills

Science side here: The flash coming off of the lightning is very fast. Your phonecamera’s shutter actually takes the photo from side to side. The flash of lightning (or perhaps another lightning) struck while it was in the middle of photographing, leaving half of the photo being from before the flash, and the other half during it.

Science Fiction side here: What really happened was a tear in the fabric of reality. During that fraction of second you camera was able to pierce through the veil that separate this dimension from the mirror-image one, also known as mirror universe. Your alternate self probably did the same, at the same time. You alternate self also has a goatee and/or an eyepatch.

waywardchangeling:

charlesoberonn:

lewishaoki:

warcalledlife:

Not sure why but this is how my phone took a picture of lightning

Looks like it took half of this world, and half of a dark world.

It’s so rad and creepy, gives the spook chills

Science side here: The flash coming off of the lightning is very fast. Your phonecamera’s shutter actually takes the photo from side to side. The flash of lightning (or perhaps another lightning) struck while it was in the middle of photographing, leaving half of the photo being from before the flash, and the other half during it.

Science Fiction side here: What really happened was a tear in the fabric of reality. During that fraction of second you camera was able to pierce through the veil that separate this dimension from the mirror-image one, also known as mirror universe. Your alternate self probably did the same, at the same time. You alternate self also has a goatee and/or an eyepatch.

Supression of Alchemic Progression in Amestris

arisprite:

fullmetaalchemist:

Rémy: Okay, so, like, alchemy is a legit thing. It’s science. You’d think it would be more widespread and there’d be schools and junk, but there aren’t. Why is that?

Ari: It is strange that there don’t seem to be courses or degrees you can get in alchemy. It’s the…

OH my goodness someone meta-ed on our meta! Wow! I’m ridiculously excited about this…ah anyway, awesome thoughts! I LOVE what you said about the design of the Gate(s) of Truth, and how it was different for each of them. I’ll bet they are personalized, otherwise why would Ed’s even be significant. 

I had that thought as well, that alchemy was like magic or super powers, and that only a few people got it, BUT after reading/watching more, there is none of the societal quirks that characterize a society where people get special  powers at random. I’m thinking of like Squibs in Harry Potter, which were the people that didn’t get any powers, and were super looked down on (so much so that Dumbledore is lauded as a great guy for giving a squib a job as a janitor, which he hated and during which he got abused by the students every day for years. What a great guy! Sorry, tangent) and full blooded wizards are (soceity wise) superior. If that kind of thing existed in the FMAB universe, then there would be that prejudice, or the distinction between alchemists and non-alchemists. There would be much more of a push for children to learn it, and there would (most definitely) either be special schools (if the society swung towards alchemy being a great thing) or mass discrimination (if it was the opposite. As it stands, the general dislike of alchemists seems more like the general dislike of lawyers. Like, you’re fine if you know one, or have to use one, but there’s still a stigma. From that, and other things, it seems that alchemy is a thing anyone could choose to study, but it takes a buttload of work, and people are suspicioius of who would do so much labor for what amounts to power and only that. This is heightened for State Alchemists, who get money and rank along with the power of alchemy. Anyway, I can’t remember where I was going with that.

claviclez, thank you for contributing! I loved your thoughts! Feel free to meta more with us, we’d love another perspective! 

tehhufflepuffcompanion:

Spoiler alert: adulthood is 96% of you going “well, I hope this is how it works and I’ll keep doing it till someone yells at me”