Queen of Tea

(Also the absent-minded professor of Psuedo-Sciences)

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dannyrandy:

i can’t believe people get so angry about a bisexual spider-man. whatever. have your shitty bi/homophobic opinions. you’re an asshole anyway. i just can’t believe you’re robbing everyone of all the glorious ‘swings both ways’ jokes

(via the-yodelling-muffin)

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east coasters:
i drove through 17 states on the way to work
west coasters:
i have been traveling in this desert for 49 years. generations have died. children have been born. when will i make it to the promised land
Midwesterners:
I haven't left a 20 mile radius in 2 years
Northwesterners:
I haven't left a 20 mile radius ever.

Filed under You missed one

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everyoneisgay:

!!! For Every Book Pre-Ordered, We Will Donate A Copy To A PFLAG Chapter !!!

SOMETHING AWESOME IS HAPPENING.

We recently talked to the lovely human beings at Chronicle Books (our book’s publisher), and explained how important we felt it was to get This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids in the hands of people who need it most: parents of LGBTQ kids (duh).

Chronicle agreed with us, and so through September 8th, every single pre-order for This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids will be matched with a book donated to a local PFLAG Chapter!!!!

All you need to do is this:

1. Pre-order your copy
2. Go to this link to make sure your pre-order is matched!!

TADA! If you’ve already pre-ordered, you can still let Chronicle know and ensure that you are getting a copy donated.

This is pretty amazing.
Please share far & wide!!

xoxoxo

Dannielle & Kristin

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micdotcom:

What your Facebook statuses say about your personality

Gone are the days in which we turned to physical diaries, burn books or private online forums to unleash a flood of our ecstatic or tormented thoughts. Today, we post these thoughts on social media, most prominently on none other than good old Facebook.

According to a recent University of Pennsylvania study, we take to Facebook to post exactly how we feel, not how we want others to think we feel —at least when you consider the words and emoticons people use to describe themselves on Facebook.

Your status is revealing who you are Follow micdotcom