Aw Heck Indeed

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One explanation for sightings of “ghost” is that the shape of a ventilation systeem of buildings can cause the wind to make a person’s eyeballs to vibrate a a frequency that fools the eyes, causing you to see something in the corner of your eye.

did you really say vibrating eyeballs

Sorry, ran out of space, the purpose of that message was to say “don’t worry!” Have a good day!

ahhh thank you, same to you! fortunately I am more afraid of falling off a ladder or dropping a light lens on the floor than of paranormal beings.

  April 16, 2014 at 07:48pm
Watch a few episodes of Supernatural and take the appropriate precautions.

hmmm

I’m gonna be that guy who dies at the beginning of the episode right

  April 16, 2014 at 07:45pm

alright I did some research because I’m stupid and found out that apparently the theatre I work in has about ten ghosts that have been sighted a few times.

not that I believe in such stuff.

but yeiks.

  April 16, 2014 at 07:02pm

benedictsolo:

DO NOT LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT

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theaveragefish:

why the hell did we all learn the exact words

"the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell"

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claraoszwin:

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Every Disney Film: Treasure Planet (2002)

«Now, you listen to me, James Hawkins. You got the makings of greatness in you, but you got to take the helm and chart your own course. Stick to it, no matter the squalls! And when the time comes you get the chance to really test the cut of your sails, and show what you’re made of!»

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A word about courtesy

gingerhaole:

I once reblogged a piece of art by a well-known fan artist, something that had tens of thousands of notes on it, and, sick with envy, said that I wished she would just stop. She reblogged it and said, “You know I can see all the comments people make to my art, right? Even if you delete it later.” And even though it should have been really, stupidly obvious, it was kind of a revelation when she said it, and I was mortified and ashamed.

When you make a comment on someone’s work, they will see that. Every single one. Think about what you say before you say it. Is this something you really want to say? Is this something you would say to the OP’s face? Is this something you want them to associate you with for the rest of your online career? Is this something that will make you look like a fuckin’ jerk, and if so, are you okay with that? (If you are okay with lookin’ like a fuckin’ jerk, what’s the matter with you?)

So just think about the stuff you say, carefully, before you say it. Take a second to picture the person who’s going to read that comment. You don’t have to be some namby-pamby Polyanna, just be courteous and compassionate.

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Erik! Take my hand!

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threepipe:

ok but when people say “that character isn’t canonically gay” when they’re talking about a character whose sexuality is never actually mentioned in the books/show/whatever. no. no actually u chose to infer that the character is canonically straight because u think straight is the automatic sexuality of all beings unless the word “gay” is in bolded size 60 font and that’s shitty

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"I’ll go with you."

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