college au yeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Client: “My modem won’t work anymore”
Me: “What lights do you see on it?”
Client: “None. No lights.”
Me: “Plug it in.”
Client: “It’s plugged in. But no lights.”
Me: “Have you been having problems with it lately?”
Client: “Yes, it used to heat up…”
Me: “That’s normal for—”
Client: “…so I put it in the freezer for a few hours.”
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.
skype sleepovers may seem like a weird internet thing but theyre really cute and make u feel nice n safe because just imagine like having a nightmare or s/t but then you wake up and your friend in the call is there iTS PRETTY MUCH LIKE SLEEPING WITH THEM IRL AND ITS FUN AND SWEET
WAIT THOSE ARE THINGS?
WE NEED TO DO THIS
DOOD I AM SO DOWN FOR THIS
PRAISE!!! GO KERRY!!!
My soul has been cleansed
I felt the need to reblog this again because^^^^^^ all that. Whew. I luh her.
Ugh I wish she was my Mama.
The truth is that teen culture is not homogenous—and neither is fangirl culture. Teenagers are complicated and complex, and they behave differently in different contexts. The average teenager who goes to a Five Seconds of Summer concert and screams her head off is actually capable of writing an essay on the political situation in the Gaza Strip the next day. She’s capable of liking Taylor Swift and disliking heels, of deploying a Twitter hashtag or helping out a charity drive, of loving Twilight and hating Fifty Shades of Grey. She contains multitudes.