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1920s Slang- "Cash or Cheque?"- So, do you kiss now or later?

oiruman:

ufoattack:

oiruman:

i am kind of sad ok

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this cat’s name is Princess Monster Truck

thank you

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hi:

to everyone with finals and exams and big projects due very very soon and haven’t started anything yet

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ghettoffmylawn:

whatcha thinkin’ ‘bout?

ghettoffmylawn:

whatcha thinkin’ ‘bout?

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strangelybeautifulworld:

nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 
like at all

strangelybeautifulworld:

nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 

like at all

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mylittleblackhawk:

Luongocorn may be leaving the Canucks, but he left something behind for Pony Lack. 

bbys

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mudboned:

note-a-bear:

haymitchdrinksfirewhiskey:

ediebrit:

oh my fucking god

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT.

SHOTS FIRED.

holy shit that went deep

The Department of Defense reports that 19,000 sexual assaults occur in the armed forces per year. In 2013, of those 19,000 a little more than 1,000 troops filed for an investigation, and only about half of those cases were processed.

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wocinsolidarity:

atlasobscura:

Inuit Throat-Singing: A Gutteral Game Gets a Cultural Resurgence

“It’s a friendly competition between girls, something they would do while the men were out hunting,” said Kathy in at interview at the conference. Karin added: ”It’s part of Inuit culture. It’s an oral tradition, it’s something that can’t be written down, it has to be learned from someone else,.”

A “game” of throat-singing begins with two women facing each other, standing close and sometimes holding each other’s arms. One begins to sing, while the other follows. The game can last up to a few minutes, and ends when one loses her breath, laughs, or breaks concentration in any way. Some sources, such as Pulaarvik Kablu Friendership Centre, cite that it was once practiced with their lips practically touching, the women using their opponent’s mouth cavity as a sound resonator.

For more of the rich cultural history of Canada’s Inuit throat-singing, keep reading on Atlas Obscura…

Wow!! this is awesome!

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