1. majesticaljeff:



    Favorite story posts part 1

    That last one

    My dad says the ‘making love in a canoe’ about american beer

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  2. Happy 25th birthday, Daniel Jacob Radcliffe! (July 23, 1989)

    (Source: danielradcliffedaily, via padmila)


  3. Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

    (Source: chrisprattdelicious, via deadlydinos)



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  6. carolrossettidesign:

    [image text] Its was a very hot day when Eduarda wore shorts at school. The teacher told her never to dress like that again, because the boys got distracted during class. Eduarda, It’s not your job to make other people behave with decency and respect. You should dress how you feel comfortable!


  7. Breathe.It’s only a bad day,not a bad life.
    — Johnny Depp  (via yoursly)

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  9. marissachantelle:



    Oh shit

    so fucking down


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  10. myers-briggs personality types

    ↳ ENTP (The Inventor)

    ENTPs are typically friendly and often charming. They usually want to be seen as clever and may try to impress others with their quick wit and incisive humor. They are curious about the world around them, and want to know how things work. However, for the ENTP, the rules of the universe are made to be broken. They like to find the loopholes and figure out how they can work the system to their advantage. This is not to say the Visionary is malicious: they simply find rules limiting, and believe there is probably a better, faster, or more interesting way to do things that hasn’t been thought of before.

    The ENTP is characteristically entrepreneurial and may be quick to share a new business idea or invention. They are confident and creative, and typically excited to discuss their many ingenious ideas. The ENTP’s enthusiasm for innovation is infectious, and they are often good at getting other people on board with their schemes. However, they are fundamentally “big-picture” people, and may be at a loss when it comes to recalling or describing details. They are typically more excited about exploring a concept than they are about making it reality, and can seem unreliable if they don’t follow through with their many ideas.


    • least likely of all types to suffer from heart disease and hypertension
    • least likely of all types to report stress associated with family and health
    • scored among highest of all types in available resources for coping with stress
    • over represented among those with Type A behavior
    • among highest of all types on measures of creativity
    • among types most dissatisfied with their work, despite being among the types with the highest income
    • commonly found in careers in science, management, technology, and the arts
    • famous entps: steve jobs, benjamin franklin, conan o’brien, and walt disney



  13. myers-briggs personality types

    ↳ ENFP (The Champion)

    ENFPs love to talk about people: not just the facts, but what motivates them, what inspires them, and what they envision achieving in life. They’ll often share their own aspirations freely, and want to hear others’ in return. The ENFP is unlikely to judge anyone’s dream, and will discuss the most imaginative and outlandish of fantasies with warm, enthusiastic intensity. They love to explore creative possibilities, and nothing deflates them faster than talking about dry facts or harsh reality.

    ENFPs often seem unconventional, and may come off as scattered; they don’t tend to be in touch with their physical surroundings. They often overlook the details, as they are more likely to focus on connecting with other people or on exploring their own imagination and self-expression. They have little patience for the mundane and want to experience life with intensity and flair. ENFPs often have an artistic streak, and may be artistic in appearance. Many have developed a distinctive and quirky personal style.


    • scored among highest of all types in available resources for coping with stress
    • ENFP women are less likely to suffer from heart disease
    • ENFP men are less likely to suffer from chronic pain
    • over represented by academically gifted elementary school students
    • personal values include home & family, friendships, creativity, learning, and community service
    • commonly found in careers in counseling, religion, teaching, and the arts
    • famous enfps: bill clinton, julie andrews, dr. seuss, and drew barrymore

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  14. myers-briggs personality types

    ↳ INTP (The Architect)

    INTPs are often thoroughly engaged in their own thoughts, and usually appear to others to be offbeat and unconventional. The INTP’s mind is a most active place, and their inward orientation can mean that they neglect superficial things like home décor or appropriate clothing. They don’t tend to bother with small talk but can become downright passionate when talking about science, mathematics, computers, or the larger theoretical problems of the universe. Reality is often of only passing interest to the Architect, as they are more interested in the theory behind it all.

    INTPs are typically precise in their speech, and communicate complex ideas with carefully chosen words. They insist on intellectual rigor in even the most casual of conversations, and will readily point out inconsistencies of thought or reasoning. Social niceties may fall by the wayside for an INTP who is more interested in analyzing logic, and they may offend others by submitting their dearly held values and beliefs to logical scrutiny.


    • more likely than other types to study a foreign language
    • most frequent type among college students committing alcohol and drug policy violations
    • have lowest level of coping resources of all the types
    • one of types least likely to believe in a spiritual power
    • highest of all types in career dissatisfaction
    • in school, have lower grades than would be predicted by aptitude scores
    • More likely than average to complete engineering programs
    • Personal values include Autonomy, Freedom, and Independence
    • Overrepresented among working MBA students
    • Commonly found in science and technical occupations
    • famous intps: albert einstein, abraham lincoln, marie curie, and charles darwin

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  15. meidosuji:



    I’m just gonna let the world figure this out

    What does this mean???? Help????

    Wait for it

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