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Megan. 24. Nurse. Living in the DC area and finally away from the Maryland Eastern Shore (praise).

thevirginityslayer:

edwardspoonhands:

moeranda:

itseliberg33:

can she just get an award or something

I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.

So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.

Best video in the world

(Source: aryanstark)

They are using me for $75,000

Good luck. That’ll be more than my salary if I ever get a job

My niece sings along to the Elmo’s World theme song

It is so freaking cute

THE GREEK COUPLE IS TRYING TO SUE ME AGAIN

I mean

if you had back problems before the accident

(and I literally hit you at 5 mph)

and y’all are older anyway

I am almost certain that like

you weren’t having sex before the accident

Stop blaming me for your lack of sex

Just saying

(Source: chuskopan)

I’m just gonna see if there’s regular parking. I don’t parallel park.
—Nicole Richie (via hungryforwonderful)

Literally me

19 hours ago | 12,837 notes
grapeson:

smitethepatriarchy:

greenthepress:

smartercities:

Meet The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Developed A Low-Cost Water Purification System | FastCompany
The next generation of scientists is already hard at work solving our biggest problems. Take Deepika Kurup, a 14-year-old high school student from Nashua, New Hampshire. After seeing children in India drinking dirty water from a stagnant pool, she decided, in her words, “to find a solution to the global water crisis.” And then she actually made some progress towards that goal, developing a solar-powered water purification system.

She is the future

Ever notice how it’s always brilliant teenagers making stuff that will actually solve the world’s worst problems, like what do adults even do?

Brilliant teenage GIRLS, specifically.

grapeson:

smitethepatriarchy:

greenthepress:

smartercities:

Meet The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Developed A Low-Cost Water Purification System | FastCompany

The next generation of scientists is already hard at work solving our biggest problems. Take Deepika Kurup, a 14-year-old high school student from Nashua, New Hampshire. After seeing children in India drinking dirty water from a stagnant pool, she decided, in her words, “to find a solution to the global water crisis.” And then she actually made some progress towards that goal, developing a solar-powered water purification system.

She is the future

Ever notice how it’s always brilliant teenagers making stuff that will actually solve the world’s worst problems, like what do adults even do?

Brilliant teenage GIRLS, specifically.

1 day ago | 95,921 notes

camera-eyes-and-far-cries:

aqualateral:

back to school commercials

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back to school commercials after graduation

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