The Hidden Moon

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harry2016:

HOLY TRINITY 

MULTIPLE people I am following are asking what these are, why we call them holy when only one has a hole. If they are made by the same company, and what is with us praising these.

I weep for you people, from other countries. WEEP.

Aussies may have Tim Tams.

EU may have Kinder and All sorts of fantastic biscuits.

USA? Has GIRL SCOUT COOKIES.

Not only are these things SINFULLY good, they are only sold for a bit over 1 month of the year, depending on region, that month of the year changes.

That middle one is Chocolate, Caramel Coconut. The left one is Peanut Butter, chocolate and sex on a stick aka crumbly cookie/biscuit.

You can eat em straight from the box, but pros? Pros eat these bad boys frozen.

And thin mints, man. that right one? THIN MINTS. You may have heard of these. Chocolate biscuit infused with mint essence coated in dark chocolate.

Yeah.

Those thin mints.

The Thin Mints for which every grown ass American on a Medical Diet cries for when they see a girlscout.

The Thin Mints with 1000 copycats, and not a one of them successful.

Girl Scouts, regularly boycotted by Fundies and Anti-choice nutters, not only taste amazing, but you get the joy of giving money to a good cause, while subtly flipping the bird at overly wound up fundie groups.

It’s like donating to Planned Parenthood and getting a box of double dark chocolate with fudge filling tim-tams especially made for them.

The reason we eat them frozen is that we buy as many boxes of thin mints as we possibly can during that short sale period, and then store them for the dark months, like proud American squirrels.

PROUD AMERICAN SQUIRRELS.

AMERICAN SQUIRRELS REPRESENT

This is the greatest explanation of Girl Scout cookies I’ve ever seen

As a lifelong Girl Scout I fully approve of this post.

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Come on man… use your webs to stop her falling.. what’s the worst that could happen

I actually just shuddered reading that line. 

Read the comics and you too can understand all that is wrong with that apparent solution

there’s spiderman comics?

what did you think spiderman was based off of?  

I thought they just saw how popular batman was and swapped spider for bat

And what do you think batman was based of????

I thought they just saw how popular superman was and swapped super for bat

… I wonder what your theory on Superman’s origin is…

I thought they just saw how popular jesus was and made him an alien who could fly

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thebobblehat:

- Professionals

- Frat buds

- Children

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adiostoredork:

Wow this is great

adiostoredork:

Wow this is great

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“I don’t mind getting naked or seeing you naked.
I don’t mind talking about sex or having sex
or never having sex. I don’t mind my body
or your body with mine. I don’t mind
your sweaty palms, your chapped lips,
your dirty tongue. I don’t mind
your noisy music, your crappy poetry,
your soiled shoes and ugly handwriting.
I don’t mind 2ams and late night
phone calls, stolen kisses and white lies.
I don’t mind your half-eaten donut,
frozen teabags and sticky hair.
I want your toothbrush’s head
leaning towards mine. I want
your 4am back massage.
Cup my breasts and don’t say
they’re small. I already know that.
Kiss me once and kiss me more.
Pretend what we’re doing is illegal.
It’s always good to be caught
with our mouths tied together
like handcuffs. Dry your cheeks
and make me bleed.
Crave me.
Crave me.
Crave me.”
— (via abcdomo)

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newsweek:

It should come as no surprise that more and more people meet their spouses online. But not all of those romances start on websites that are meant for finding partners.
A recent study by Jeffrey Hall, an associate professor of communication studies at University of Kansas, found that among people who met their spouse online, more than half had done so somewhere other than a dating site. Hall used an online survey to collect data from Americans who married someone they met online between 2005 and 2012, a period during which one in three American marriages started with an online meeting of some sort.
Looking for love online? Forget OkCupid; try Facebook or “World of Warcraft”

newsweek:

It should come as no surprise that more and more people meet their spouses online. But not all of those romances start on websites that are meant for finding partners.

A recent study by Jeffrey Hall, an associate professor of communication studies at University of Kansas, found that among people who met their spouse online, more than half had done so somewhere other than a dating site.

Hall used an online survey to collect data from Americans who married someone they met online between 2005 and 2012, a period during which one in three American marriages started with an online meeting of some sort.

Looking for love online? Forget OkCupid; try Facebook or “World of Warcraft”

“The bottom line is that saying there are differences in male and female brains is just not true. There is pretty compelling evidence that any differences are tiny and are the result of environment not biology,” said Prof Rippon.

“You can’t pick up a brain and say ‘that’s a girls brain, or that’s a boys brain’ in the same way you can with the skeleton. They look the same.”

Prof Rippon points to earlier studies that showed the brains of London black cab drivers physically changed after they had acquired The Knowledge – an encyclopaedic recall of the capital’s streets.
She believes differences in male and female brains are due to similar cultural stimuli. A women’s brain may therefore become ‘wired’ for multi-tasking simply because society expects that of her and so she uses that part of her brain more often. The brain adapts in the same way as a muscle gets larger with extra use.

“What often isn’t picked up on is how plastic and permeable the brain is. It is changing throughout out lifetime

“The world is full of stereotypical attitudes and unconscious bias. It is full of the drip, drip, drip of the gendered environment.”

Prof Rippon believes that gender differences appear early in western societies and are based on traditional stereotypes of how boys and girls should behave and which toys they should play with.

Men and Women Do Not Have Different Brains, Claims Neuroscientist (via thegendercritic)

That’s what we been saying. All studies like the ones mentioned in the article are quick to make conclusions as fact of nature, rather than fact of nurture.  (via emulgent)

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