Cassiastrophe and the World Between Ears

May 18
royalkyrii:

What emoticon seriously pisses you off?When texting, what is one phrase you hate to hear?Do you like talking on the phone or texting?

I don’t like the ;-) emoticon mostly because one of my online professors would use it at the end of every email or reply he sent.When texting I hate any one worded response unless i specifically asked a yes or no question because then I feel like the other party isn’t interested in having a conversation ( this really pisses me off when said party initiates conversation.)I prefer texting to talking on the phone but talking in person over both.When textingI hate

royalkyrii:

What emoticon seriously pisses you off?
When texting, what is one phrase you hate to hear?
Do you like talking on the phone or texting?

I don’t like the ;-) emoticon mostly because one of my online professors would use it at the end of every email or reply he sent.

When texting I hate any one worded response unless i specifically asked a yes or no question because then I feel like the other party isn’t interested in having a conversation ( this really pisses me off when said party initiates conversation.)

I prefer texting to talking on the phone but talking in person over both.
When textingI hate

May 06

gallium-knight:

Here’s a test:

I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding a fetus in the other.

I’m going to drop one. You chose which.

If you really truly believe a fetus is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.

Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.

Because you’re aware there’s a difference.

Now admit it

Okay I understand what this post is about but I have to add that if you think about the chances of survival and you want to save both you drop the baby because a baby’s bones aren’t fully developed and they have a high probability of surviving a fall like that. Whereas a fetus would not. 

May 03

I find it funny now but back when…

I was a junior in High School my English teacher asked one of us to volunteer to deliver a letter to the school’s superintendent. The rest of the class raised their index fingers and touched their noses, hands going up one after another. I guess I should have “caught on” and did the same yet I was sitting there baffled thinking, “What the fuck are you all doing?” Of course by these “playground rules” that I had never learned as a child (I chose to read instead of participate in group activities at recess) I had “volunteered” my services. Later on I would ask my best friend whom I shared the class with what the nose touching was about. She enlightened me. Now I think back and internally laugh at what I can imagine only was the one of the most confusing looks I had ever given my classmates. This was later topped by the extreme confusion I felt when the majority of them wanted to hug me the night of our graduation. If I haven’t talked to you in eight years what makes you think I want to hug you… bitch. 

May 03

I am really very new to being a “financially responsible adult” so I sort view my bank account as a High Scores table. I get really excited when there’s a whole $500 dollars in there. And go around bragging about it to people. Like here for example :P

May 01
221cbakerstreet:

hanniballecters:

So, with the new TV show out, I’ve seen a new/renewed interest over the Hannibal novels by Thomas Harris so I thought this post would be helpful to those who liked the show and wish to read the original material or those who want to re-read them again.
Even if you don’t watch the show (or have seen the movies) or even know what a ‘Hannibal Lecter’ is (shame on you) these books are great and well written and very entertaining! So add them to your Spring/Summer reading list.
Red Dragon
Silence of the Lambs
Hannibal
Hannibal Rising (a prequel novel)

All are written by Thomas Harris, all are in PDF format so they are able to read virtually anywhere, and I HIGHLY recommend that you do go out and buy your own copies of the novels. 
Have fun! (and don’t eat anyone)

READ THEM THEY’RE SO FAB

221cbakerstreet:

hanniballecters:

So, with the new TV show out, I’ve seen a new/renewed interest over the Hannibal novels by Thomas Harris so I thought this post would be helpful to those who liked the show and wish to read the original material or those who want to re-read them again.

Even if you don’t watch the show (or have seen the movies) or even know what a ‘Hannibal Lecter’ is (shame on you) these books are great and well written and very entertaining! So add them to your Spring/Summer reading list.

  1. Red Dragon
  2. Silence of the Lambs
  3. Hannibal
  4. Hannibal Rising (a prequel novel)

All are written by Thomas Harris, all are in PDF format so they are able to read virtually anywhere, and I HIGHLY recommend that you do go out and buy your own copies of the novels. 

Have fun! (and don’t eat anyone)

READ THEM THEY’RE SO FAB

Apr 30
Going for a lighter brown didn’t work out quite as planned. So now I have red hair… this was unexpected. Because of my combination hair, freckles, blue eyes, and fair skin my Best Friend now calls me Ginger. Whoops. I dont love it or hate it yet.

Going for a lighter brown didn’t work out quite as planned. So now I have red hair… this was unexpected. Because of my combination hair, freckles, blue eyes, and fair skin my Best Friend now calls me Ginger. Whoops. I dont love it or hate it yet.

Apr 29

guardianhiccup:

frostyjackk:

frostyjackk:

do you ever just make a text post and

aW MAN I”M GONNA BE FAMOUS THIS IS IT THIS IS GONnA BE MY FIRST 10K+ POST I’M GNONA BE ON ON FUNNIEST POSTS BLOG i:”M GONNA GET A MILLION NEW FOLLOWER AND—

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please don’t make me regret this post

we’re gonna get you ur 10k notes you asked for it

Apr 24

No matter what happens in Supernatural, Sherlock or Doctor Who…

thewhiteviolin:

Bridget Jones and Mark Darcy is my OTP.

Apr 23

150 Posts and I’m starting a new game. Let’s check out this Dragon’s Age: Origin so many have been raving about.

Apr 21
obsoletecollectionofstuff:

Maybe the reason Clara wears red so much, is because she’s a red herring.

obsoletecollectionofstuff:

Maybe the reason Clara wears red so much, is because she’s a red herring.