Were we a mistake or not? Was I meant to be yours forever, or was I not? These thoughts keep flashing through my mind—are we meant to be?
Wind in my hair
Hand on the back of my neck
I said, “Can we party later on?”
He said, “Yes, yes, yes”
my mum skyped me and asked if i’d been attacked by vampire bats 😔
I wish my mom were that considerate
A fanmix for our dear Varys who is fucking done with this shit [ X ]
No so there are these two construction workers at my house and tHEY ARE A FREAKING COUPLE AND I SWEAR THEY ARE SO CUTE and so I came down stairs and I guess they didn’t hear me cause they were talking and the one guy was like ‘babe can you hand me that hammer’ and the other one was like ‘which one’ while look at him suggestively and the other one got all flustered and embarrassed he was like ‘babe, later’. I SWEAR THEY ARE FREAKIN ADORABLE.
eternal-wonder: this is so fucking majestic
Friendly reminder that the Duckbill Platypus is not beaver sized but the tiniest most cutest patootie being in existence
i thought these things were the size of like, large cats or something. ITS FUCKING TINY JESUS
Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour
“For in dreams, we enter a world that’s entirely our own.”
At age 50, those who had been frequently bullied as a child were much more likely to have depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and poor physical health than those who were not. In addition, they were less likely to have higher education degrees, high-paying jobs, romantic partners or social support. Even when childhood intelligence levels were taken into account, these adults also scored lower on cognitive IQ tests. In general, they reported lower quality of life and satisfaction.
Does anybody have access to the actual paper? I’m wondering what the correlation is between childhood socioeconomic status and adult socioeconomic status. Are people from a low socioeconomic status more likely to be bullied?