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staff:

Have a great weekend, Tumblr. 

(Source: 7ae)

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When I see someone wearing crocs

whatshouldwecallme:

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When my best friend and I get home after a night out

whatshouldwecallme:

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John

badkidsjokes:

john your mom is a teacher but u dont know to read

so what your dad is dentist and your sisters got no teeth

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Paper

badkidsjokes:

What name do you give to someone that constantly eats paper?

NATASHA.

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tylercoates:

The future is SO STUPID.

(via tylercoates-deactivated20130905)

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Going for a more “natural” look

whatshouldwecallme:

Some girls:

Me:

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thedailywhat:

Royal Family of the Day: OMFG.
[thanks, brian!]

thedailywhat:

Royal Family of the Day: OMFG.

[thanks, brian!]

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thedailywhat:

WoW May Bring Down This Politician of the Day: So this is the age we live in — Maine state Senate candidate Colleen Lachowicz is an avid World of Warcraft player, and she’s catching all kinds of hell for it from her Republican opponents.
Lachowicz is being called out for her “time-consuming double life,” and her opposition has even gone so far as to dig up forum posts that are proof of her “crude, vicious, and violent” behavior.
Putting aside Lachowicz’ actual legitimacy as a candidate for a minute, what’s notable is the way political vetting has extended to the virtual world — should politicians be forced to maintain constant professionalism online, or should the public forgive this sort of behavior?
[mainegop]

thedailywhat:

WoW May Bring Down This Politician of the Day: So this is the age we live in — Maine state Senate candidate Colleen Lachowicz is an avid World of Warcraft player, and she’s catching all kinds of hell for it from her Republican opponents.

Lachowicz is being called out for her “time-consuming double life,” and her opposition has even gone so far as to dig up forum posts that are proof of her “crude, vicious, and violent” behavior.

Putting aside Lachowicz’ actual legitimacy as a candidate for a minute, what’s notable is the way political vetting has extended to the virtual world — should politicians be forced to maintain constant professionalism online, or should the public forgive this sort of behavior?

[mainegop]