iaskforpleasurefirst:

timeanustestified:

macklecorn:

demposts:

did-venusblowyour-mind:

turmanology:

pendingpendulums:

passionisthewriting:

karkatcarrotcake:

misslizettte:

This is the saddest commercial I’ve ever seen in my life

WHAT KIND OF FUCKING COMMERCIAL IS THIS? ALL OF THAT EMOTIONAL TURMOIL I JUST WENT THROUGH JUST TO SELL INSURANCE? WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?

THIS IS TERRIBLE, IM LITERALLY CRYING OMG

Oh my god. Tears…

I WAS NOT EXPECTING TO ACTUALLy CRY DAMMIT

WHAT THE FUCK

I FUCKING CRIED IN MY CHEMISTRY CLASS AND ITS SILENT REVIEW DAY

THAT’S SO SAD OH MY GOD

WHAT KIND OF FUCKING COMMERCIAL IS THIS WHAT THE HELL I BROKE DOWN SOBBING

for real guys if you watch this you’ll probs cry, just warning you now

I REMEMBER THIS HOLY SHIT THIS MADE ME CRY QAQ

(Source: 93044)

discoverynews:

newshour:

How to wash your hair in zero gravity: U.S. astronaut Karen Nyberg gives us a great firsthand tutorial from the International Space Station.

Probably the most fascinating hair-washing video you will ever see.

(via fresh-tendrils)

zeram:

tacobellfantasy:brooklynwaste:

Trade School is an alternative, self-organized school that runs on barter.

It works like this:

1) Teachers propose classes and ask for barter items from students. For example, if you teach a class about making butter, you might ask students to bring heavy cream, jars, bread, music tips, clothes, vegetables, or help with something like finding an apartment.

2) Students sign up for classes by agreeing to bring a barter item for the teacher.

Trade School is for people who value hands-on knowledge, mutual respect, and the social nature of exchange. We believe that everyone has something to offer.

The Trade School network is made up of self-organized barter-for-knowledge schools across the world. It started in 2010 with a small group of friends in New York and spread to Virginia and Milan in 2011. In 2012, we built a better version of our barter-for-knowledge web platform so that we could share it with organizers elsewhere. If you want to organize a Trade School in your area, go here.

this is a rad idea.

:’)

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quentinaudio:

Ike And Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits (1970)

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proper-copper-coffee-pot:

videohall:

Shortest life changing video I’ve ever seen

I feel like my life is all the better for watching this.

(via pepperminttealeaves)

griffinilla:

futuresparkle:

But this is brilliant.

oh my god

(Source: itwasfuturesparkle, via fillydelphia)

themarvjthompson:

AFTER EARTH Trailer #1 (starring Will Smith & Jaden Smith)

femmefilipina:

adventure time theme song

BECAUSE REASONS (that’s the first time i’ve ever used that phrase on tumblr — worth the wait!!!)

Mathmatical!

(Source: petitsirena)

5feet12inches:

JAPAN: Hide the Penis Dance

bravenazar:

Found this while taking notes on the Attica Riots for a short comic.

fisherpon:

Hub’s Game Of The Week: Adventure Ponies! (by HUBTVNETWORK)

Pinkie Pie displays her knowledge of the internet yet again.

(via fishermod)

blackdynamitetv:

Check out a sneak peek of this Sunday’s episode of Black Dynamite “Bullhorn Nights”.

genderfuckandsecrets:

[tw: racism, classism, slurs]

newwavefeminism:

nuestrahermana:

Fair or Not?: The Snow White Complex

Directed by: M. Hasna M.

“Fair or Not?: The Snow White Complex” is a documentary about Eurocentric standards of female beauty that are held across most (post-Colonial) cultures. 

Some of the topics covered: Skin color preferences in relation to class/culture, the media’s role in exacerbating internalized racism, skin bleaching products, exoticism of dark-skinned women, and the phenomenon of tanning amongst White women.

WATCH THIS NOW. WATCH IT.

Its moments like these where I love tumblr for the things that randomly show up on my Dash. I might forward this to a professor I know. Watch everybody!!

EVERYBODY!

fuckyeahlatinamericanhistory:

Ed Sullivan interviewed Fidel Castro in Cuba over a week after the triumph of the Revolution in January 1959.

(Source: fylatinamericanhistory)

beatonna:

Storycorps, forever, forever.  Love the design on that dad.