- Landed in San Jose yesterday night after getting free upgrades to first class.
- Christmas at well-off cousin’s home.
- Recent blog post got over a thousand notes.
- Didn’t even flinch at getting said notes.
- Felt like an internet badass for not caring.
- Realized that the reason I don’t care is because I don’t care for getting notes as much when posting funny things as I do when I get notes for posting personal content or music.
This is something my dad would say.
Edit: I’m giving you too much credit.
I have an Econ final tomorrow and it’s worth 50% of my grade and I have not been doing the reading for this class at all so I’m cramming a whole semester into two nights. Then I realized,
I am legitimately interested in 80% of what I’m reading.
and it’s my toughest one, but all I want to do is watch some Samurai Champloo.
I read ALL of the blogs.
Kim Jong-Il died because he found out Michael Jordan retired.
i have a lot of questions for you. like
If another person reblogs those dancing reindeer gifs, I’m going to fly to the North Pole and stab each and every reindeer along with Santa and post the results online.
Now you can ‘feature’ your stories enabling you to shove whatever you’re doing even further down your friends’ throats!
A young lady and her admirer were taking a constitutional in a heavily trafficked area. Worrying about her lover’s commitment, the girl asked, “Darling, will you be fond of me forever?”
The gentleman replied in the negative. This caused the lady great distress, and in her anguish she failed to take heed of nearby traffic signals. Attempting to cross the street illegally, she was struck by a vehicle and killed. The young man who had accompanied her hastened to her body, and sadly whispered, “It was my intention to use feeble wordplay to stress my commitment.”
Please repost this if it evokes a dependable emotional response.
A whole shitload of tumblr users are sitting in their fapstations right now thinking they are Time’s Person of the Year because they reblogged a few photos.
People that post post 2-5 times per day on their web blogs are found to be much smarter and score significantly higher on IQ tests. They also were generally reported to list their own characteristics as “lazy” or “not motivated” which shows they squander their potential. Additionally, users that stated that they often reblogged pictures of memes and cats were in an even higher group of scorers on the tests and had power levels that were well over 9000.