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horationelson replied to your post:I am eternally laughing that one of my profs on my…

he is pretty handsome tbh

tbqh yes but it’s such a ridiculous thing, he is 2-3 decades older than those dudes

he’s so pompous and ridiculous but he’s such a great historian he can get away with it

africandogontheprairie:

Scarves really bring out his eyes.

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tennyowithaluger:

ocd-over-compulsive-dib:

mylordshesacactus:

voidbat:

explainervideo:

What happens to cats in zero gravity ?   more educational gifs«

OH GOD THOSE POOR BABIES i am sobbing i am laughing so hard

There’s a lot of really awful shit going on right now so here are some zero-gravity cats.

cats:”HOLY FU******KING SHITWUTTHEFUCKISGOINGONNN!!!!!!”

Men dressed in fancy uniforms playing with cats in free-fall (for science)? Money well-spent imo. Can you imagine accepting this mission though? Like “Hey, we need you to go up in an airplane in free-fall and drop some cats to see if they land on their feet in simulated zero-gravity.”

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I am eternally laughing that one of my profs on my thesis panel is in the running for Inside Edition’s Dallas’ Hottest Bachelor

http://www.insideedition.com/polls/115-who-is-the-hottest-bachelor-in-the-dallas-area

he’s the last one, obvs

I really need to see how many people have voted for him

Obama, a communist

shitmystudentswrite:

It just totally upsets me that Obama, a communist, made ObamaCare instead of making the Affordable Care Act.  That was a better idea.  He should have done that.  

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californstar:

My anaconda don’t wanna go to class tomorrow

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feuille-d-automne:

Les escaliers de la Butte Montmartre par Eugène Atget , 1921 .
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Les escaliers de la Butte Montmartre par Eugène Atget , 1921 .

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