Inside My Head

no one said it was easy to hear
but i am well on my way



if you work at a sex shop is it still nsfw



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Apex: The Sharks of Dave White


Stupid things I’ve heard today because of my attire.

1) No one in the history of mankind has every played darts while wearing a tie.

2) We’re gonna make a new gay site and call it guys in ties.

"Underneath everything in your life, there’s that thing – that empty… forever empty. Just the knowledge that it’s all for nothing and you’re alone. You know, it’s down there. And sometimes…when things clear away, you’re not watching anything, you’re in your car and you start going, ‘Oh no. Here it comes. I’m alone.' Like, it starts to visit on you. Just the sadness; life is tremendously sad just by being in it. And then you're driving and then you go, 'Ahhhh!' That's why we text and drive […] People are willing to risk taking a life and ruining their own because they don't wanna be alone for a second.” x

(Source: c-mines, via lowercase-numbers)

Gene Belcher - Feminist

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Hey, I know that corner, that’s St. Paul in the Old Port


selling drugs to your girlfriend’s mom is one hell of a first impression

This reminds me of rolling joints in front of my gf’s parents. Such a weird feeling.


The Green Flash

"Given a clear path to the horizon — such as over the ocean — this means that there’s a slight region of space just above the reddened Sun where only the shorter wavelength light is visible!

And when that happens, in addition to the normal color gradient that comes with a sunset, you can also get a small, separate region above the disk of the Sun that appears yellow, green, or even blue! (And much fainter than the rest of the Sun!)”

During sunset, the Sun appears to redden, dim, and eventually sink below the horizon. Every once in a while, a rare phenomenon emerges along with it: a green flash, where a greenish-colored beam of light appears just over the Sun. What causes it? One of the most beautiful natural phenomena our planet has to offer, explained in glorious detail.

(via science-junkie)