July312014
“I have a GENIUS idea for a TV show. Half cat;half dog. No, no. I already have the perfect name. Get this. “Catdog”. No, don’t worry about how it poops. You’re disgusting. This is a kids show” Someone at nickelodeon like 20 years ago (via juliepowers)

(Source: andisaysthings, via pizza)

8AM
gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

(Source: blackwithmoreblack, via chompette)

6AM
“For what it’s worth: it’s never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and if you find you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over again.” F. Scott Fitzgerald (via un-exotic)

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5AM

anondracomalfoy:

bless you if you can admit your favorite character has flaws.

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4AM
science-junkie:

If your friends feel like family, there’s a good reason for it
The truism that friends are the family you choose may be more accurate than you might suppose.
A study published on Monday found that people are apt to pick friends who are genetically similar to themselves - so much so that friends tend to be as alike at the genetic level as a person’s fourth cousin.
The findings were based on an examination of about 1.5 million markers of genetic variations in a group of nearly 2,000 people who had taken part in a long-running health study based in Massachusetts. The researchers compared people identified as friends to those who were not.
The study showed people were most similar to their friends in olfactory genes, which involve the sense of smell, and were least similar in relation to immune system genes.
"Olfactory genes have a straightforward explanation: People who like the same smells tend to be drawn to similar environments, where they meet others with the same tendencies," said one of the researchers, James Fowler, a professor of medical genetics and political science at the University of California, San Diego.
The study, published in the scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, follows research released in May that found that people tended to choose spouses who have similar DNA.
Read more @reuters.com
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science-junkie:

If your friends feel like family, there’s a good reason for it

The truism that friends are the family you choose may be more accurate than you might suppose.

A study published on Monday found that people are apt to pick friends who are genetically similar to themselves - so much so that friends tend to be as alike at the genetic level as a person’s fourth cousin.

The findings were based on an examination of about 1.5 million markers of genetic variations in a group of nearly 2,000 people who had taken part in a long-running health study based in Massachusetts. The researchers compared people identified as friends to those who were not.

The study showed people were most similar to their friends in olfactory genes, which involve the sense of smell, and were least similar in relation to immune system genes.

"Olfactory genes have a straightforward explanation: People who like the same smells tend to be drawn to similar environments, where they meet others with the same tendencies," said one of the researchers, James Fowler, a professor of medical genetics and political science at the University of California, San Diego.

The study, published in the scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, follows research released in May that found that people tended to choose spouses who have similar DNA.

Read more @reuters.com

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3AM

jamietheignorantamerican:

feelingwhimsy:

What on earth is happening

I’m hAVING AN OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE-

(Source: clarkchan1211)

2AM

They say the pack is led by a monstrous she-wolf, a stalking shadow grim and grey and huge. They will tell you that she has been known to bring aurochs down all by herself, that no trap nor snare can hold her, that she fears neither steel nor fire, slays any wolf that tries to mount her, and devours no other flesh but man. 

get to know me meme: [1/10] female characters - Arya Stark

(via gameofthronesdaily)

1AM

What I want to do with Jon is that he can’t be a hero straight away, and that’s what the writers are doing as well. He has to learn,” Harington tells Zap2it. “I think this season he really starts learning. He starts being able to control his temper more, which he’s not been so good at in the past.

(Source: daenerysstormbon, via gameofthronesdaily)

July302014
marlasingerturkeyversion:

blazepress:
Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

marlasingerturkeyversion:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

(via sfveganyogi)

9PM

I really fell in love with the show and the characters and also Amy’s character Leslie Knope has kind of evolved into this heartbreaking, hilarious, but really just the sweetest character on television right now. I think that she’s just such a big heart. So, to watch her week to week, striving for this perfection in government has been really hilarious but also uniquely heartbreaking - Adam Scott

I really fell in love with the show and the characters and also Amy’s character Leslie Knope has kind of evolved into this heartbreaking, hilarious, but really just the sweetest character on television right now. I think that she’s just such a big heart. So, to watch her week to week, striving for this perfection in government has been really hilarious but also uniquely heartbreaking - Adam Scott

(Source: amypoehler, via confessionsofapawneecitizen)

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