aphroditeens:

I write sins not five page research papers

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canaydian:

its a young boys first year of school and his dad is very proud of him. his dad is really rich and shit so he asks his son”what do you want as your reward?” his son says “one grain of sugar” and his dad  thinks its kinda weird but he gives it to him anyways.

a few years later his son is graduating elementary school and his dad is very proud of him and very rich so he asks again what he wants as a reward. he says “one grain of sugar” so his dad gets him one grain of sugar. he is kinda offended by this cause he is so rich and can get his son anything he wants but he keeps asking for grains of sugar.

a couple years later the son is graduating middle school and his dad asks what do you want as a reward? and the son says “one grain of sugar” and the dad, of course, gives him what he wants. He is starting to get a little mad by now. He is rich, he can get him whatever he wants.

some years pass by and the son finally graduates high school. his dad is very proud and offers to buy his son a Lamborghini. His son says “no, just one grain of sugar” and his dad obliges. He is very annoyed.

After that, the son finally graduates college as a doctor and his dad asks him what he wants as a reward. the son asks again for one grain of sugar. the dad says “i can buy you whatever you want, are you sure?” the son says “yea” so he does. 

a couple days later the son ends up in a car accident and is very injured. He is in the hospital and the dad visits him knowing he’s going to die soon and asks him “why were you asking for these grains of sugar all these years when i am rich and can get you whatever you want?” the son smiles at his dad, and dies

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nevver:

Patience, Josef Hoflehner

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Some LEGO employees get LEGO people business cards!

omgfactsofficial:

Some LEGO employees get LEGO people business cards!

This is a very creative way to get your brand out. Some senior LEGO staff get a minifig that looks like them to hand out instead of business cards. Check out the card on the right. Pretty creative no?

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"Getting There," Christopher Buckley

punch-in-the-face-poetry:

Time to give up
grieving my mother’s loss,
faulting my father and
his Neolithic moral certitude
about every detail
on the evening news,
his general absence
hanging like the gray
sheets on the line.

Never mind how
mismatched in the heart,
I should be grateful
they were there at all,
for that moment
that childhood stretched
like fog, the beach empty
and unmarked.

It comes to little now
who I forgive, mourn,
or thank. The dust shifts
and we are barely
suspended in the light.

I know this little thing:
there’s a boy somewhere
in a station where
the trains still run,
wearing scuffed brown shoes,
gray overcoat, and cap;
someone has neatly parted
and combed his hair.
He is waiting
to be taken by the hand
and told where we are going,
to hear we are headed home—
though I can see nothing
beyond the smoke
and midnight haze
at the far end
of the platform,
where I am not
even sure of the stars

humoristics:

Awesome uses for lego

You can find the rest here, EVERYBODY should try #1

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hipsterwavves:

jinkeu:

Tomie (富江) is a Japanese horror manga series written and illustrated by Junji Ito. it tells the story of a high-school girl named Tomie, who can be seen as a living embodiment of lust and all the negative emotions that go along with it, such as jealousy. She possesses an undisclosed power to make anyone fall in love with her. Through sleight of hand, or emotional manipulation, she drives these men into jealous rages that inevitably lead to brutal acts of violence. Men kill each other over her; and girls are sometimes driven to jealous rages as well. She is inevitably killed time and again, only to regenerate. Tomie is the ultimate self-destructive entity, yet ironically she survives anything and is cursed to go on forever in this way.

Everyone needs to read Tomie.

Junji Ito is a favorite of mine! You should all read his works, especially Uzumaki, which is about a town’s deadly obsession with spirals.

hipsterwavves:

jinkeu:

Tomie (富江) is a Japanese horror manga series written and illustrated by Junji Ito. it tells the story of a high-school girl named Tomie, who can be seen as a living embodiment of lust and all the negative emotions that go along with it, such as jealousy. She possesses an undisclosed power to make anyone fall in love with her. Through sleight of hand, or emotional manipulation, she drives these men into jealous rages that inevitably lead to brutal acts of violence. Men kill each other over her; and girls are sometimes driven to jealous rages as well. She is inevitably killed time and again, only to regenerate. Tomie is the ultimate self-destructive entity, yet ironically she survives anything and is cursed to go on forever in this way.

Everyone needs to read Tomie.

Junji Ito is a favorite of mine! You should all read his works, especially Uzumaki, which is about a town’s deadly obsession with spirals.

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nevver:

Her smoke rose up forever

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charliemcdonnell:

the amount of hair i lose in the shower really concerns me

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