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small world. big dreams.

One of the few people I would wake up at 5 and travel 1.5 hours across the island for. It’s been a good 8 years here with you doing all the epic(and I mean really really epic) stuff we’ve done over the years. You’re definitely going to do more stupid stuff in your next 3/4 years over there but do take care and don’t forget us! (screw security clearance, get an angmoh girlfriend)

Ellen Bass, “The Thing Is”


Ellen Bass, “The Thing Is”

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15 of the Best Tweets About the Apple Watch

At Apple’s annual “Here’s The New Phone That Will Instantly Turn Your Current Phone Into A Worthless Paperweight” conference, the tech giant announced a new product in their line of touchable-screens: the Apple Watch. It’s pretty much exactly what you think it is, but if you need more information, try googling “Apple Watch” and enjoy the thousands and thousands of tech blog posts desperate to explain it to you.

The real best part of any Apple announcement, however, are people making fun of it over social media. Click here to read more of the best reactions to the newest piece of wearable tech!

23 Dog Thoughts That Will Change Your Outlook On Everyday Dog Life

"What if I never find out who’s a good boy" HAHAHAHAHA

I wish I could be a kid again. We all lose something as we grow up. The ability to see things so much differently, the boundless potential for imagination, the rich stories we are able to weave.
Saw these couple of kids today on the way back home playing at the playground. Seemed like brothers but maybe just close friends. So the older one(i think) was commanding and defending the playground from the top and told the other one to send the dragon out to attack and the other one was scurrying about looking basically majorly adorbs.
And tbh that was me/most of us what 10/11 years ago? I remember I used to do funny stuff like that, pretending to be people and pretending to do epic stuff. We even had a group of us who would do all this story weaving and coming up with the adventures. We’d fill up jotter books not with math and sci and homework but with stories and heros and stats and quests. The breaks between after school and before CCA would be filled with really retarded(in hindsight) games in the Kidzone(haha wow i still remember things so well).
We grew up too fast :/

“The death of a beautiful woman is, unquestionably, the most poetical topic in the world.”

—   Edgar Allan Poe (via observando)

at least TRY it… [theawkwardyeti]


at least TRY it… [theawkwardyeti]

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Last night we asked kids in Times Square how they felt about going back to school.