What the Helen?!
What the Helen?!
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When I tell people I don’t have the internet at home.
When I tell people I don’t have the internet at home.
When I tell people I don’t have the internet at home.
When I tell people I don’t have the internet at home.
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When someone tells me how many calories is in something I thought was pretty healthy
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When my best friend is asking me for advice on what to text her ex
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just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
just-a-random-blooger:

devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

 I would probably stare back at it, like challenging it. ITS ON!
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peanutbutterlov-er:

clittyslickers:

very into charts about naps

This is very useful for when I go back to uni.

How the hell are you supposed to avoid those 4 minutes between getting work done after hours and getting sleep inertia?!
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#Chris Pratt?  #More like Christ Pratt

#Chris Pratt?  #More like Christ Pratt

#Chris Pratt?  #More like Christ Pratt

#Chris Pratt?  #More like Christ Pratt
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rimediallateoriadelcaos:

Troy and Abed in the morning! NIGHTS.
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likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
likeafieldmouse:

Andy Freeberg - Guardians
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My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.

My strategy is to win.

I stumbled into watching “The Writer’s Room” on Netflix where there’s an episode about Parks and Rec. Leslie Knope may be the best female television character on tv today, and I was floored to learn that when they first showed her to an audience, they considered her a dumb blonde. How did they fix this? They changed the way people reacted to her. People respect Leslie Knope for her genuine, productive, loving nature rather than treat her as silly or stupid. Lesson learned.