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when will i sleep? idk probably never cause school and stress and insomnia and the works

titytwochainz:

every family got a plastic bag full of plastic bags

(Source: kngshxt, via vegawesome)

raptorific:

I see how it is. Rihanna can wear a shiny, completely transparent dress in public and everyone loves it, but when I did it, I was “wasting saran wrap” and “ruining Easter, Daniel.”

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WAIT FOR IT
Anonymous said: What the hell is the psat and with all the flamethrowers on tests?

I said:

Ok so basically the PSAT is a standardized test given to highschoolers in America. The idea is that it prepares you for the SAT which is one of the main tests, besides the ACT. A lot of colleges need these to consider admitting you because ya know, that high competition and jazz. The reason there are all these posts is because the test has THE MOST RIDICULOUS articles and questions. And the flamethrowers is because if you have to leave early, have your teacher DESTROY YOUR TEST. no joke that’s what it says.

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orgasmicmarshmallow:

don’t you just hate it when you sneeze during a test and a teacher runs over to your desk with a flamethrower and incinerates your exam

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thehunner:

- are a form w kid
- ships either young sensei and the crimson leaves or with the interviewer
- ship boston man x garcia lopez de cardena
- bedazzle
- found the number for 23 -23.5
- are team positive reinforcement or team free will
- have lenses as round as a soup bowl
- know dolphines are…

  • Teacher: Now, write down your favorite poem
  • Me: Crimson leaves. Falling
  • Teacher:
  • Me:
  • Teacher:
  • Me:
  • Teacher:
  • Me: By Kiichi Shimano
  • Teacher: Good girl
  • Me: Woof

milkandpinky:

I kinda feel bad for foreign people on tumblr reading PSAT jokes because they see the PSAT fandom but they don’t SEE the PSAT fandom

crimson leaves, falling
simitaneously at the same time
as the elusive Grand Canyon
stands tall, beckoning tourists
from Boston with a great thirst for
satisfaction.

I owe a great wealth of gratitude to
García López de Cárdenas,
the only man alive who has ever truly
SEEN
the Grand Canyon. I would give anything
to SEE merely 1/1000000 of the Canyon that Cárdenas was blessed with witnessing
even if that 1/1000000 fell between
the numbers of 23 and 23.5.
But, alas, that intangible opportunity will never be bestowed upon me.

crimson leaves,
no longer falling.
the crimson leaves
are now

gone.


-unspoken words of the young sensei, originally written in calligraphy (via invalid-login)