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An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside...– A Cherokee proverb (via greenteaandcyder)
LIFE PRO TIP OF THE FUCKING DAY: KEEP THE FIGHTS... →
fuckinghomepage: IT’S FUCKING TUESDAY. DID YOU KNOW THE FBI ONCE SENT MLK JR. A LETTER ENCOURAGING HIM TO COMMIT SUICIDE? LIFE PRO TIP OF THE FUCKING DAY: KEEP THE FIGHTS CLEAN AND THE SEX DIRTY. PERSON OF THE FUCKING DAY: PATENTED THE ARTIFICIAL HEART AND VOICED GARGAMEL ON THE MOTHERFUCKING SMURFS….
Are you an Amateur Artist? 9 warning signs:
Are you an Amateur Artist? 9 warning signs: 1. amateur artists wait for inspiration 2. amateur artists work until something else comes up 3. amateur artists are constantly changing their focus 4. amateur artists believe that if they build it, you will come 5. amateur artists believe that success will happen quickly 6. amateur artists believe they don’t need schedules or organization 7....
“Bitch, you come in my house, you eat my food the way I FUCKING MAKE IT” (video)
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20 Ways to Get Good Karma
By: The Dalai Lama 1.Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk. 2.When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. 3.Follow the three R’s: - Respect for self, - Respect for others and - Responsibility for all your actions. 4.Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck. 5.Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly. ...
The Dirty Etymology of Everyday Words →
Orchid from the Greek orchis, which literally translates as “testicle” Porcelain porcellana, which literally translates as a “cowrie shell” and the Italian cowrie shell in turn takes its name from porcella, because the shell’s shape is reminiscent of a small, female pig’s vulva Vanilla from the Latin vagina, “sheath” Seminar from the Latin seminarius, meaning “of seed” and the Latin...