April192014
April42014
viridecinerem:

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viridecinerem:

Reblog and/or display this badge on your blog to show your support for the Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home for the Night Vale Mayoral Race!

Faceless Old Woman Badge | Know Your Candidate: FOW

Hiram McDaniels Badge | Know Your Candidate: Hiram McDaniels

Marcus Vansten Badge | Know Your Candidate: Marcus Vansten

(Source: solumcinerem)

April12014
March282014

If anyone tries to tell me that was a ‘purely platonic date’ I swear to god

shinuto:

it was a friendly date…why would Satsuki JOIN them then?

I fucKING KNEW IT

(Source: therealdutchy)

11AM
10AM
March272014

I’ve decided that the only thing worse than completing a series and wanting more is an ongoing series abruptly ending and not realizing until the end of the last episode

March132014
10AM

I’VE DONE IT

FINALLY

FINALLY FINALLY FINALLY

COMPLETED THE LORD OF THE RINGS BOOKS

DEFEATED THEM

GOD DAMNIT THAT WAS A LONG 3 YEARS

9AM

Fun Canadian facts!

1) The average Canadian is 1/16th moose.
1a) if a Canadian attempts to inform you that they are “1/Nth native”, where N is any number greater than 4, it is actually Canadian code for “I am 1/Nth Moose”.

2) While the average Maple Syrup:Blood ratio that flows through he veins of a Canadian can vary person to person and even day to day, the world record for highest ratio goes to Sarah Smith, whose ratio often exceeded 10:1

3) By the age of 4, most Canadian children have learned to out-build beavers as part of heir childhood dam-and-lodge building training

4) Canadians learn to snowshoe before they learn to walk

5) While Canadians have been recorded surviving in temperatures as low as -90°C (-130°F), Canadians thrive best in temperatures of approximatly 8-10°C (46-50°F)

6) Canadians have a ‘sixth sense’ to be able to determine the exact temperature and wind chill (and thus appropriate garb for outdoor wear) by simply glacing out the window.Thus when working / living in cold environments, it is beneficial to keep a Canadian at hand and dress in two layers more than the Canadian daily.
6a) If you see a Canadian outdoors wearing more than 3 layers of clothing, DO NOT venture outdoors. It is unsafe for all but Canadians to experiance the current temperature, and you would likely die of hypohermia before even reaching your car.

7) Most Canadians keep a supply of American Beer on hand, in case their water supply is ever cut off.

8) A Canadian can consruct a standard living condition (4-bed, 2-bath, hot water, fully stocked kitchen, and at least 3 working televisions, tuned to different hockey games) igloo in under 4 minutes, given only an ample supply of snow

9) Canada has no defense system. The standard plan for any invasion, land, sea, or air, is to invite the invaders in to watch the hockey game, a meal, and a place to stay the night. This defence system has proven the best worldwide, with a 100% success rate for the following reasons:
9a) Invading armies that accept this offer, without fail, apply for Canadian citizenship within one week.
9b) Invading armies that deny his offer will freeze to death within three days.

10) The odds of a Canadian apologizing to you within a 10 minute conversatinoal period can be calculated by he following formula:

[ (50)*(1 + # of times they have wronged you) + (50)*(1 +# of times you have wronged them) ]%

11) If you somehow manage to anger a group of Canadians (a very difficult task), the best way to escape is to simply pass through a doorway. They will be stalled as they all attempt to hold the door for each other, insisting that he others go through first.

12) Canadians naturally larger in stature because of a chemical used to treat the tap water supply such that it doesn’t freeze solid, even in the summer

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