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Wait but hear me out

  • ravenclaws that hate studying and procrastinate every assignment
  • hufflepuffs that curse like sailors and that look like they could definitely fuck you up if they wanted to
  • slytherin that are really nice and sweet who constantly ask how your days going and if you need help with something
  • gryffindor that are scared to kill the spider in the corner of their rooms because who knows if that shit can fly or if it’ll attack you  



So i was speaking to my sister and she told me to draw a reverse centaur and this is what i pictured but i don’t think she pictured this





I’m actually concerned for boys who complain about how different girls look without makeup. Like did you think eyeshadow permanently alters a girls eyelid? Are you frightened when people change clothes

Babies have no concept of object permanence

That’s one of the sickest burns I’ve ever read. 



and i’ll let you know if you’re right

Reblog if you’re polyamorous




Mine Kafon by Massoud Hassani

Hassani, a product designer from Afganistan, build (by hand) a wind-powered device that trips land mines as it rolls across the ground. It is made using bamboo and biodegradable products.

Many of these mines are active and near populated areas in countries like Afganistan and are hard to remove. The UN says that one mine clearance specialist is killed, and two injured, for every 5,000 mines cleared.

Hassani’s cheap and easy to make method has been achieving great results.


In a world of overcomplicated solutions, we need more people who think “Wait, why don’t we just roll a giant freaking ball over it?”

this guy made a katamari for landmines

Sorry again to bother you about tarot but I'm having such a hard time turning these cards into something three dimensional and applicable to things. I'm memorizing meanings and trying to interpret symbols but it just kinda falls flat! Advice?


Play games with them. (That’s my standard answer, by the way.) Use them as something other than divination cards. Make up stories using the cards as prompts, and be silly about it. You’re studying too hard. Go play.

After playtime, start over but don’t try to use each symbol or in depth meanings. Be “shallow”. Don’t try to write a dissertation for each card. 

In the morning (or whatever time you fall out of bed and are cognitive), pull 3 cards for yourself:

  1. Today I should be ready for:
  2. Today I should be wary of:
  3. Today’s surprise:

(Good, Bad, & Surprise) Write down your gut instinct and then one sentence of what the book says. Then go about your day. That evening, review your pull. What went as expected? What didn’t? How did the surprise play out?

In the mean time, play with your cards. Draw two cards at random and ship them. What kind of relationship would they have? Would they stay together, or would it fall apart? Why? Draw a third card, now your ship is in the environment of the third card. What happens next? (Stay tuned for the next episode of “As The Tarot Said”.)

As your understanding of the symbols, the meanings, and the idiosyncrasies of the deck(s) you are using sinks in, you’ll find your readings becoming more encompassing over time. It’s not going to happen over night.

It’s like learning the piano. It takes less than a day to learn the names of the keys, and to recognize where Middle C is. It takes decades (usually, shut up overachievers) to become a virtuoso. It takes practice, performance, and play to become that comfortable with the keys.

You’re overwhelming yourself with practice. Go play.


Hey, I’m looking for lgbt+ or lgbt+ friendly witches and/or pagans C:

Like or reblog if you fit under this description !


Egyptian Mermaid 


School has started or will very soon so what would be better to do than to gather some great resources for a better school year?

  1. Evernote - keep your research at one place
  2. Khan Academy - over 4,200 educational videos
  3. Mathaway - helps you solve almost every math problem
  4. Cliffnotes - read and prep for school work
  5. Studious - great way to keep track of schedule
  6. iFormulas - references for mathematical formulas
  7. Pocket - save studies and articles much easier
  8. Science glossary - for those hard science words
  9. Studyblue - online flashcards for your next test
  10. Any.do - daily planner 
  11. Dropbox - don’t rely on your computer alone, make sure your notes and papers are safely uploaded online, just in case.
  12. Feed.ly  - gather all your fav websites for research or whatever in one place - I love this myself!
  13. Scribd - online library
  14. Self Control - we all know self control during work or school isn’t always around
  15. TED - lots of good presentation by interesting people
  16. Chegg - don’t have all the money for new text books? Chegg lets you rent many text books for much less than it costs to buy
  17. Duolingo - learning a new language? Then I’ll recommend this one
  18. Mint.com - make sure you’ve got your money straight 
  19. Alarmy - hard to get up in the morning? Well, this alarm makes you take a picture of your sink to turn it off!
  20. Sworkit - don’t forget that exercise will make it easier to concentrate! 

Don’t forget to look at my 27 websites for a new year - where you can find lots of other resources for health, fitness, school/work and div when starting a new year(school year too)

I’ve also got a post called 53 posts for students which contains nutrition and fitness posts especially for students!

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