"The common octopus hunts at dusk."



tl;dr 

trust nothing and no one

when reading about the history of anything please remember to take into consideration who wrote it (white men prob) but even now when there are sources to find information that seem to be relatively Good again please be aware of where the information is coming from and what motives (no matter how small or seemingly insignificant) they (“they”) might have in sharing / spreading this information.

k thanks bye

i’m drunk and trying to read on the history of ISIS and its relations to Saudi Arabia and all the articles are using big words and i am struggling

i did the ice bucket challenge heres the vid

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so many people coming to chicago all of a sudden ok i’m cool with this 

dylanaildon:


The Hunters in the Snow (1565) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

when I was very small I had a book of riddles and my favorite page had this painting, all its riddles were about colors

dylanaildon:

The Hunters in the Snow (1565) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

when I was very small I had a book of riddles and my favorite page had this painting, all its riddles were about colors

danielrossen:

i luv katie

look at my schedule this quarter
h*ll yeah

look at my schedule this quarter

h*ll yeah

what is yr fav short story pls

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