zeldathemes
I live in Bilbo's house.
I'm a high-functioning sociopath

Trying to stay awake in a boring class

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It is now 3 weeks since Michael Brown was murdered by Ferguson PD Officer Darren Wilson. Officer Darren Wilson still has not been arrested, charged, or even brought to prison or court for the murder of Michael Brown.

thepoliticalfreakshow:

#JusticeForMichaelBrown

southernshot:

girl-in-nike:

This commercial is amazing.

I work at an Under Armour store and we got to see this commercial way before they showed it on TV and everyone was speechless except one dude. He was all like “What the hell? Why the fuck would they make a ballet commercial? It’s not a sport.” My boss was quick to jump down his throat and said “Alright then get your ass on the floor and work on you tippy toes for the rest of your shift. If I fucking see you off them you will be the first of the temps to get cut!” He was on his tippy toes for the last hour and a half of his shift lol 

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Song: La campanella
Artist: Franz Liszt
Album: Grandes études de Paganini S. 141
Played: 834 times.

odditoreum:

Franz Liszt – “La campanella" from Grandes études de Paganini S. 141 – Yundi Li

I feel like a Paganini~

cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - Ricardo Bouyett is a 21-year-old photographer from Chicago, Illinois.

I derive inspiration from life, and I don’t mean that in an avant-garde romantic way at all. I mean that I play witness to many different forms of art and expression that I feel compelled to pay tribute to these varying beauties by creating portraits that communicate identity, love, loss, and life. I tend to rely a lot on music, dance, and poetry 

via interwiev for lostfreedommagazine.com

                                     :-)

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Song: Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55, No. 1
Artist: Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55, No. 1
Played: 1,262 times.

odditoreum:

Frédéric Chopin – Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55, No. 1 – Idil Biret

lavender-lovee:

Otters hold hands when they sleep so that they don’t drift away from each other :)

lavender-lovee:

Otters hold hands when they sleep so that they don’t drift away from each other :)

Wuh

2.5 hours of sleep
5 hours of driving
All in one day. Wow. Tired.

But good friends.

tastefullyoffensive:

Animals Waving Hello to You [boredpanda]

Previously: Perfectly Timed Dog Photos

deanlovecastiel:

frigerator:

frigerator:

MY FRIEND IS RED/GREEN COLORBLIND AND WE WERE LOOKING AT COLORBLIND TESTS AND I WAS LAUGHING AND HE WAS LIKE “WHAT WHAT DOES IT SAY” AND I READ IT TO HIM AND HE WAS LIKE “HEY FUCK YOU TOO”

a colorblind person just messaged me asking what this says i’ve been laughing at the colorblind all day

I can’t see shit what does it say

deanlovecastiel:

frigerator:

frigerator:

MY FRIEND IS RED/GREEN COLORBLIND AND WE WERE LOOKING AT COLORBLIND TESTS AND I WAS LAUGHING AND HE WAS LIKE “WHAT WHAT DOES IT SAY” AND I READ IT TO HIM AND HE WAS LIKE “HEY FUCK YOU TOO”

a colorblind person just messaged me asking what this says i’ve been laughing at the colorblind all day

I can’t see shit what does it say

carnivaloftherandom:

curlykytta:

comedium:

news flash: bbc finally does something right

Listen up college kiddies that think your drunken escapades don’t matter!

Ooh, and bonus Colin Salmon.

claphne:

send help

neuromorphogenesis:

How playing an instrument benefits your brain

Recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has many applications, such as music therapy for people with emotional problems, or helping to treat the symptoms of stroke survivors and Alzheimer’s patients. But it is perhaps even more significant in how much it advances our understanding of mental function, revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.
Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading the music and making the precise and practiced movements required. But inside their brains, there’s a party going on.

From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins

Animation by Sharon Colman Graham