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The Amazing Blahblah!!

Just your sorta ordinary guy who happen to be weird and nerdy.
Apr 23 '14
stonecoldpapi:

bruh…
Apr 23 '14
a-wintersoldier:

omg i was fooling around with gif making and the loop makes it look like they’re playing a really intense game of frisbee.

a-wintersoldier:

omg i was fooling around with gif making and the loop makes it look like they’re playing a really intense game of frisbee.

Apr 23 '14
Apr 23 '14
blackphoenix77:

girlsrule-subsdrool:

donglek:

megustamemes:

It’s more disturbing with the USB cable plugged in.



Well shit.

This site sometimes…..

blackphoenix77:

girlsrule-subsdrool:

donglek:

megustamemes:

It’s more disturbing with the USB cable plugged in.

Well shit.

This site sometimes…..

Apr 22 '14

freakzter:

viergacht:

policymic:

Here’s what the average American will look like by 2050

It’s no secret that interracial relationships are trending upward, and in a matter of years we’ll have Tindered, OKCupid-ed and otherwise sexed ourselves into one giant amalgamated mega-race.

But what will we look like? National Geographic built its 125th anniversary issue around this very question last October, commissioning Martin Schoeller, a renowned photographer and portrait artist, to capture the lovely faces of our nation’s multiracial future.

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For drawing ref, this is great stuff. 

They forgot to make them obese.

Apr 21 '14
Apr 21 '14
this moment

this moment

Apr 21 '14
Robert Downy Jr doing Wing Chun kung fu

Robert Downy Jr doing Wing Chun kung fu

Apr 21 '14
Apr 20 '14
"In one experiment, mothers were asked to guess the steepness of a carpeted slope that their 11-month olds would be able to crawl. Then the children actually crawled the slope, and the difference between actual and mother-predicted angles was noted.

The results showed that both boys and girls were able to crawl the same degree of incline. However, the predictions of the mothers were correct within one degree for the boys and underestimated their daughter’s ability by nine degrees.

What this shows is that the presumption that boys are more physical causes parents to encourage their boys more in physical activities while cautioning their girls. This further translates into providing more opportunities for boys to be physical and fewer for girls. The result?

Boys actually do develop stronger physical skills than girls. But not because of anything innate or biological, but rather because of the gender roles that the parents subconsciously projected onto their babies."