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great to be doge

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OH YEAH

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OH YEAH

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'If I met you in real life…' Finish it in my ask.

braided-basket:

Do it. You won’t.

OH JUST HUMOR ME FOR ONCE TUMBLR

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odditiesoflife:

Victorian Headless Portraits

The Victorian era had many photographs, most of which showed the subject sitting or standing with a stern expression. Since photography was still in its infancy, photographers were experimenting with novel ways to create fun photos that differed from the norm. Animals acting human was one popular concept, and then came the headless portrait. Funny, strange and entertaining, a new genre of photography was born.

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"You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job market with triple the unemployment isn’t interested in purchasing the assets of the generation who just blew an enormous housing bubble and kept it from popping through quantitative easing and out-and-out federal support? Curious."

— When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials arent’ buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)

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thedailybeard:

alright guys here’s the deal, if we can mange 30 pre orders (By Monday, Aug 5th) this Eric shirt will become a real life thing.  It’ll be printed on Gildan 100% cotton shirts from Small to 4XL.    ships worldwide. pre order is up now.*ship date is estimated and may arrive sooner.  

For my nighttime tumblrrrrs. Tumblerers?

Last chance dance.

Haha, cool!

lloydiseric:

lloydiseric:

thedailybeard:

alright guys here’s the deal, if we can mange 30 pre orders (By Monday, Aug 5th) this Eric shirt will become a real life thing.  It’ll be printed on Gildan 100% cotton shirts from Small to 4XL.    ships worldwide. 

pre order is up now.
*ship date is estimated and may arrive sooner.  

For my nighttime tumblrrrrs. Tumblerers?

Last chance dance.

Haha, cool!

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falldownlikefire:

WHAT IS IN THAT NARNIAN WATER AND WHERE CAN I GET SOME

I had such a huge crush on William Moseley my senior year in high school. What the hell does he even do now?

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thechronicallyillest:

waronxmas:

teapotsie:

servicedoodle:

mylifewitheds:

pretzlcoatl:

kitteh-neon-is-chemically-inert:

green-gold:

negatronic:

polyandthenomials:

RADISHES NOT RITALIN
(my ass)

Kumquats cured my diabetes!

Cucumbers are great birth control. 

Pumpkins Not Prozac!!!!!!!!11!!!
I solved the issue of my debilitating, consuming, life threatening depression with squash, y’all.

My doctor told me I had cystic fibrosis, but it turned out it was just almond butter deficiency.

My dislocating joints can be fixed with tomatoes!

Tomatoes you say? My joints were sorted out by zucchini! 

Broccoli will put an end to my rare disease forever!!!!!!!! VEGGIES 4 THE CURE.

I eat 5 pounds of iceberg lettuce every day and now I never get sick, my depression and anxiety are gone AND I have super powers.

hahahahahaha i am done 

I don’t really understand why so many people are scoffing at this.
About three years ago, my mother saw a fairly renowned nutritionist in our area.
 At this time, my mother had been on depression, cholesterol, blood pressure meds, and sleeping pills for over well 20 years. My mom used to be sad. All the time. She never slept. She never felt well. Shit kind of sucked for her.
After my mom saw the nutritionist, she completely cut out caffeine, sugar, and all forms of grain from her diet. She was told to drink a shit ton of water and eat a shit ton of vegetables. 
My aunt saw the same nutritionist a few months later. She has RSD, a rare and complicated disease which causes almost unbearable pain, almost constantly, to which their is no cure. The nutritionist told her to do basically the same thing as my mom, but with a bit more specifics due to the severity of her condition.
My mom has been off of every single one of her medications (yes, even the depression medication) for three years, and has not added any of the stuff she cut out back into her diet. She has lost about 70 pounds and looks about 10 years younger. She says she has never felt better, physically or mentally, in her whole life. 
My aunt still has bad pain days, of course, but her good days have greatly increased in number and she attributes it to her changed diet. Nothing in the past that doctors could do for her ever did anything lasting…it was all just a temporary band-aid for the pain. She finally feels like she has a fighting chance and that is incredible to see. Mabe it’s all a bunch of bullshit, but to see someone who was so hopeless look at me and say “I think I can do this thing”, is pretty fucking awesome.
So, yeah, it might seem ridiculous for people to claim that food can heal, especially when you’re in the middle of battling something serious…and if you’ve found something that works for you that has nothing to do with your nutrition, then great. But don’t be too quick to dismiss the idea that nutrition can play a big role in healing for a lot of people, and don’t shame those who want to go down that road. For many, it really does work. I’m not claiming it can work for everyone…I don’t know enough about anything to say that. But I’ve seen it change the lives of two pretty important people and I just think that’s pretty cool.

thechronicallyillest:

waronxmas:

teapotsie:

servicedoodle:

mylifewitheds:

pretzlcoatl:

kitteh-neon-is-chemically-inert:

green-gold:

negatronic:

polyandthenomials:

RADISHES NOT RITALIN

(my ass)

Kumquats cured my diabetes!

Cucumbers are great birth control. 

Pumpkins Not Prozac!!!!!!!!11!!!

I solved the issue of my debilitating, consuming, life threatening depression with squash, y’all.

My doctor told me I had cystic fibrosis, but it turned out it was just almond butter deficiency.

My dislocating joints can be fixed with tomatoes!

Tomatoes you say? My joints were sorted out by zucchini! 

Broccoli will put an end to my rare disease forever!!!!!!!! VEGGIES 4 THE CURE.

I eat 5 pounds of iceberg lettuce every day and now I never get sick, my depression and anxiety are gone AND I have super powers.

hahahahahaha i am done 

I don’t really understand why so many people are scoffing at this.

About three years ago, my mother saw a fairly renowned nutritionist in our area.

 At this time, my mother had been on depression, cholesterol, blood pressure meds, and sleeping pills for over well 20 years. My mom used to be sad. All the time. She never slept. She never felt well. Shit kind of sucked for her.

After my mom saw the nutritionist, she completely cut out caffeine, sugar, and all forms of grain from her diet. She was told to drink a shit ton of water and eat a shit ton of vegetables. 

My aunt saw the same nutritionist a few months later. She has RSD, a rare and complicated disease which causes almost unbearable pain, almost constantly, to which their is no cure. The nutritionist told her to do basically the same thing as my mom, but with a bit more specifics due to the severity of her condition.

My mom has been off of every single one of her medications (yes, even the depression medication) for three years, and has not added any of the stuff she cut out back into her diet. She has lost about 70 pounds and looks about 10 years younger. She says she has never felt better, physically or mentally, in her whole life. 

My aunt still has bad pain days, of course, but her good days have greatly increased in number and she attributes it to her changed diet. Nothing in the past that doctors could do for her ever did anything lasting…it was all just a temporary band-aid for the pain. She finally feels like she has a fighting chance and that is incredible to see. Mabe it’s all a bunch of bullshit, but to see someone who was so hopeless look at me and say “I think I can do this thing”, is pretty fucking awesome.

So, yeah, it might seem ridiculous for people to claim that food can heal, especially when you’re in the middle of battling something serious…and if you’ve found something that works for you that has nothing to do with your nutrition, then great. But don’t be too quick to dismiss the idea that nutrition can play a big role in healing for a lot of people, and don’t shame those who want to go down that road. For many, it really does work. I’m not claiming it can work for everyone…I don’t know enough about anything to say that. But I’ve seen it change the lives of two pretty important people and I just think that’s pretty cool.

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littlechihuahua:

"Haven’t you heard? We’re writers now."

littlechihuahua:

"Haven’t you heard? We’re writers now."

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