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This is wholesome in the true sense.: r/AskReddit Posted by u/pijeN57.11Hh What's the weird way you met one of your now best friends? Discussion 3.4k Share BEST COMMENTS GarunixReborn 11h We were at year 7 camp, and he ran... MinerOfStarDust 9 . 8h . One of my best friends an I m… CarterMT099 10h We were both trying to get with the sa. DaPretzelBoi 11h I threw a rock. I wasn't aiming at him, Frugal_Midwestern 10h I went to her birthday party in ki... PixelLaurs 10h My therapist told me it would be a good idea to make a friend. I disagreed because I thoughtI was doing just fine by myself, but then again I was in therapy for an attachment disorder so I wasn't really the expert on that. She eventually convinced me to give it a try, which I did mostly just to get her to stop bothering me about it. I had seen a girl walking around my college campus a few times wearing elf ears, so I thought, if I have to have a friend, that's the one I want. I approached her one day at lunch and started a conversation about the ears. As it turns out, she told me one of the reas- ons she wore them was as a conversation starter to help her make friends. I told her it worked and asked her flat out if she wanted to be friends because social interaction is hard and I didn't know how else to go about it. Well, it turns out my therapist was right. The elf-ear girl was my maid of honor when I got married last August, but I had to ask her not to wear them during the ceremony. :) Reply 3.9k This is wholesome in the true sense.

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macabremusings: bi-sexual-lingual: carazelaya: caucasianscriptures: A Good Old-Fashioned Midwestern Apocalypse I’m a Florida girl and this is how I feel about hurricanes. Earthquakes sound ABSURD HARD PASS Are you kidding me? Just hanging around, waiting for a maybe disaster? Fuck that. I’ve got shit to do. If a natural disaster is gonna hit, give me an earthquake any day. No warning, things get wiggly, and if it’s not just fun wiggly times, probably you’re already been crushed to death by whatever building you’re in. I’d rather be squished than huddling in fear for hours. This all sounds terrifying. No thank you. Crippling blizzard for me over ANY of those. : kind, good, and very tired @christapeterso I hate earthquakes very much. I am a good midwestern girl and TORNADOES are the proper way to receive the wrath of god 1:31 PM 16 Feb 19 Twitter for iPhone 289 Retweets 2,368 Likes kind, good, and very tired @christ... .6h v If this earth is going to strike us down the sky should be green, there should be lighting, and we should be holding each other in the basement. Crüushed to death by a collapsing building on a SUNNY DAY absolutely not 6 t 23 macabremusings: bi-sexual-lingual: carazelaya: caucasianscriptures: A Good Old-Fashioned Midwestern Apocalypse I’m a Florida girl and this is how I feel about hurricanes. Earthquakes sound ABSURD HARD PASS Are you kidding me? Just hanging around, waiting for a maybe disaster? Fuck that. I’ve got shit to do. If a natural disaster is gonna hit, give me an earthquake any day. No warning, things get wiggly, and if it’s not just fun wiggly times, probably you’re already been crushed to death by whatever building you’re in. I’d rather be squished than huddling in fear for hours. This all sounds terrifying. No thank you. Crippling blizzard for me over ANY of those.
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the-mighty-birdy: libertarirynn: katekarl: libertarirynn: kingdomofkitten: Born To Be Alive: Page 20 by Borba I don’t really have much to say here, except….Nick’s face in the first panel, tho. I’m gonna fucking end myself “Carrotholics” FUCKING Like how are you even supposed to pronounce that? I’m quite sure it’s a play on “Catholics“ but the way the English language works it just looks like “carrot-holics”. Like carrot alcoholics. This is what happens when English isn’t your first language. Also not to put too much thought into this but considering the demographic of Judy’s family (Ya know, rural, conservative, presumably midwestern) it doesn’t make much sense they’d be Catholic anyway. Baptist or Lutheran would be more realistic.Ah shit I’m trying to apply logic to a Zootopia comic aren’t I Idk, there are rural conservative Catholics. And it would explain the shit ton of babies lmao: BORN TO BE ALIVE A 2OOTOPIA FAN COMIC BY BORBA YOU YOU REPLAGED I THINK YOU'D BETTER SAY "VIXEN." MELNITFEMALA ANOTHER FOXI?! FOXI? How HOW MANY THINGS HAPPENED WHILE YOH... YOu WUICE AWAY. NICK. 20 the-mighty-birdy: libertarirynn: katekarl: libertarirynn: kingdomofkitten: Born To Be Alive: Page 20 by Borba I don’t really have much to say here, except….Nick’s face in the first panel, tho. I’m gonna fucking end myself “Carrotholics” FUCKING Like how are you even supposed to pronounce that? I’m quite sure it’s a play on “Catholics“ but the way the English language works it just looks like “carrot-holics”. Like carrot alcoholics. This is what happens when English isn’t your first language. Also not to put too much thought into this but considering the demographic of Judy’s family (Ya know, rural, conservative, presumably midwestern) it doesn’t make much sense they’d be Catholic anyway. Baptist or Lutheran would be more realistic.Ah shit I’m trying to apply logic to a Zootopia comic aren’t I Idk, there are rural conservative Catholics. And it would explain the shit ton of babies lmao
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<p>Black history month black artists edition day 2: American poet, playwright, and novelist Langston Hughes.</p> <p>Langston Hughes was born in 1902 in Joplin, Missouri. As a child he grew up in several midwestern small towns. After his father left the family and divorced his mother, he spent most of his time being raised by his maternal grandmother while his mother searched around for work. Through oral tradition his grandmother instilled a sense of pride for his heritage and an appreciation for storytelling. In his autobiography he wrote: &ldquo;I was unhappy for a long time, and very lonesome, living with my grandmother. Then it was that books began to happen to me, and I began to believe in nothing but books and the wonderful world in books—where if people suffered, they suffered in beautiful language, not in monosyllables, as we did in Kansas.&rdquo;</p> <p>Langston developed a strong interest in poetry and writing; in grammar school he was elected class poet. He went to school for engineering but soon left due to racial prejudice and his strong attraction to Harlem culture and poetic pursuits. He floated through a few jobs, once even becoming the personal assistant of historian Carter G. Woodson. Eventually his poems called the eye of poet Vachel Lindsay, who helped Hughes publish his first official book of poems. In the mid-1920s, Hughes reenrolled in college, this time at the historically black Lincoln University. There he earned his bachelors degree and attended undergrad classes with future supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall.</p>: <p>Black history month black artists edition day 2: American poet, playwright, and novelist Langston Hughes.</p> <p>Langston Hughes was born in 1902 in Joplin, Missouri. As a child he grew up in several midwestern small towns. After his father left the family and divorced his mother, he spent most of his time being raised by his maternal grandmother while his mother searched around for work. Through oral tradition his grandmother instilled a sense of pride for his heritage and an appreciation for storytelling. In his autobiography he wrote: &ldquo;I was unhappy for a long time, and very lonesome, living with my grandmother. Then it was that books began to happen to me, and I began to believe in nothing but books and the wonderful world in books—where if people suffered, they suffered in beautiful language, not in monosyllables, as we did in Kansas.&rdquo;</p> <p>Langston developed a strong interest in poetry and writing; in grammar school he was elected class poet. He went to school for engineering but soon left due to racial prejudice and his strong attraction to Harlem culture and poetic pursuits. He floated through a few jobs, once even becoming the personal assistant of historian Carter G. Woodson. Eventually his poems called the eye of poet Vachel Lindsay, who helped Hughes publish his first official book of poems. In the mid-1920s, Hughes reenrolled in college, this time at the historically black Lincoln University. There he earned his bachelors degree and attended undergrad classes with future supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall.</p>

<p>Black history month black artists edition day 2: American poet, playwright, and novelist Langston Hughes.</p> <p>Langston Hughes was...

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<p><a href="http://arizonaconservativegal.tumblr.com/post/165831857331/swagintherain-pathetic-ok-but-they" class="tumblr_blog">arizonaconservativegal</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://swagintherain.tumblr.com/post/165473071402/pathetic" class="tumblr_blog">swagintherain</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> Pathetic. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>Ok but they don’t know that the liquid is actually apple cider. I can label a bottle of bleach with “water” but that doesn’t make it safe to drink. </p></blockquote>: St. Louis County PD stlcountypd POLI Officers confiscate bottles with unknown chemicals used to against police tonight in downtown #st Cl 10:38 PM 17 Sep 17 CID 0114 t 257 1950 midwestern mom @vesscola Replying to @stlcountypd and @SLMPID THIS IS LITERALLY APPLE CIDER VINEGAR. Which helps alleviate damage from the chemical agents you spray. 10:49 PM 17 Sep 17 79 Retweets 203 Likes <p><a href="http://arizonaconservativegal.tumblr.com/post/165831857331/swagintherain-pathetic-ok-but-they" class="tumblr_blog">arizonaconservativegal</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://swagintherain.tumblr.com/post/165473071402/pathetic" class="tumblr_blog">swagintherain</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> Pathetic. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>Ok but they don’t know that the liquid is actually apple cider. I can label a bottle of bleach with “water” but that doesn’t make it safe to drink. </p></blockquote>

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