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inkspelledfaery:

"Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Study hard. Be evil."

(Inspiration for all my friends headed to school tomorrow.)

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artemisfowlstolemysoul:

Being a nice person is so fun

Waiter messes something up? You can see the relief on their faces when you don’t scream and swear at them about it

Extra tickets at an arcade/prize place? Watch a little kid’s face light up when you give them a bunch of tickets

There are too many assholes in this world. Be a nice person.

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megthomson:

Choosing a university can be one of the most life-changing decisions in a person’s life.  It doesn’t make it any easier knowing that you have to make it at only seventeen or eighteen years old.  So what happens if you pick the wrong one?  How do you know which one is right for you?  Well, hopefully these tips help you make that decision with a little more ease.

1.  Figure out what you want.

One of the most stressful ways to search for a university is to do it without knowing what you’re looking for.  There are thousands of universities to choose from, so to narrow it down, you want to look at certain criteria.  How big of a school do you want?  What kind of social environment are you interested in?  Do you want to live in a big city or a small town?  What is your price range?  Are you interested in Greek life?  Niche is a great website to use when narrowing down your search; it allows you to put in all of your preferences and search by them, giving you a list of recommendations.  It gives ratings and student reviews for elements of each school so you can see what other students are saying about it.  The site gives admission requirements for the schools as well as your likelihood for acceptance.

2.  Apply to every school you are interested in.

Even if you feel like it’s unlikely that you will go there, or unlikely that you will get in, apply anyway.  The more applications you send in, the more options you will have when you go to make the big decision.  It’s easy to feel like you have a million options, but unless you apply, those options and opportunities aren’t available to you.  Choices are great, and if you don’t apply, you’re just selling yourself short.  Some colleges require an application fee, though, so keep your eyes peeled for that as well.

3.  Make sure they have areas of studies that you are interested in.

Don’t choose a school just because of its reputation or location.  Make sure the school is able to provide a major and area of study for you in your potential career path.  If you aren’t sure what you want to do, that’s perfectly fine too!  That’s more common than you might think; according to NBC, 80% of incoming college freshmen have not picked a major, and of those that have, 50% of those students change their major at least once.  Liberal arts schools are extremely common, and they are great ways to receive a well-rounded education while you explore various career paths.

4.  Visit.

This is one of the biggest factors included in a lot of students’ decisions.  Visiting the campus is your first real look into those next potential four years.  It’s when you truly get a feel for whether or not you want to live there, and whether or not you feel like you will fit in, both with the environment and the other students.  Before you visit, email an admissions counselor and see if you can sit in on a class that fits your interests.  Most universities allow you to observe if you ask ahead of time.  (Quick tip: before the professor comes into the classroom, ask the students their opinions about the course, professor, and the school itself.  It’s a great way to hear their honest opinions!)  Sitting in on a class is the perfect way to truly get a sense of the university’s atmosphere and academics.  In addition to observing a class, try splitting off from your parents for a while during your visit.  The general vibe is different when you are a student walking around by yourself as opposed to a prospective student with his or her parents, sticking out like a sore thumb.  Walk around, meet some students and teachers, and just get a general feel for the campus on your own.

5.  Be the one to make the decision.

This is your education and your life.  Just because your parents want you to go somewhere, or the media says you should be somewhere, doesn’t mean it’s the right place for you.  A decision like this one shapes your life in so many ways, and it’s your life to shape, no one else’s.  Ultimately, you are the one who needs to be happy with your decision, so you are the one that needs to make it.  While advice and guidance from others are great tools, that’s all they are and all they should be: tools.  You need to use those tools to your own discretion and make the choice on your own.

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blazepress:

Love at first sight is dangerous.

This is so cool.

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h0odrich:

not interested dot com forward slash you

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comparingmeerkats:

when you walk past a classroom that your friend is in 

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Chris Evans being bothered by the camera flashes at the world premiere of Captain America: The Winter Solder. (x)

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ammaasante:

Here is what is going on in Pakistan right now:

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prayistrash:

the situation in islamabad, pakistan

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imherethephantom:

starxapple:

a little girl in the grocery store just asked me if i was a princess because my dress was pretty and i said everyone’s a princess and she pointed to her dad and asked if he was a princess too and her dad said yep its true im a princess and she looked so happy idk it was adorable

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greenassin:

all-four-cheekbones:

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zooophagous:

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youngharlemnigga:

sexbooksandvacations:

Niggas be like ”He don’t bite” 

"He still a baby"

"he won’t hurt you, just pet him"

That’s not a dog it’s a lion o_o

I’ve had dogs bound up to me like that and all they did was give me a hug and lick my face.Hell I had a wolf (genuinely, it was at a wolf sanctuary) do this to me one time.

Plus, look at how sturdy that leash is, and the grip he has on it. He’s making sure the dog doesn’t jump on anyone. Dude’s just got a big dog.

That dog’s tail is wagging a mile a minute. It’s not being aggressive, it’s just getting a little over excited.
That being said, it can be extremely intimidating to have such a large animal jump at you like that even if it is just trying to say hello.
This kid understands that and has a very good hold on his dog. He isn’t alarmed or surprised by the dog’s actions. The dog isn’t acting out of the ordinary. It’s just excited.

greenassin:

all-four-cheekbones:

hoganddice:

zooophagous:

better-than-kanye-bitchh:

youngharlemnigga:

sexbooksandvacations:

Niggas be like ”He don’t bite”

"He still a baby"

"he won’t hurt you, just pet him"

That’s not a dog it’s a lion o_o

I’ve had dogs bound up to me like that and all they did was give me a hug and lick my face.
Hell I had a wolf (genuinely, it was at a wolf sanctuary) do this to me one time.

Plus, look at how sturdy that leash is, and the grip he has on it. He’s making sure the dog doesn’t jump on anyone. Dude’s just got a big dog.

That dog’s tail is wagging a mile a minute. It’s not being aggressive, it’s just getting a little over excited.

That being said, it can be extremely intimidating to have such a large animal jump at you like that even if it is just trying to say hello.

This kid understands that and has a very good hold on his dog. He isn’t alarmed or surprised by the dog’s actions. The dog isn’t acting out of the ordinary. It’s just excited.

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assume:

sleepovers when i’m 10: omg guys we’re going to sTAY UP ALL NIGHT AND PARTY!!!!

sleepovers when i’m 15: if you fucking make a sound after midnight you’re leaving

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