Autumn by (ZacharySnellenberger) | Follow on Tumblr

Autumn by (ZacharySnellenberger) | Follow on Tumblr

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Handwriting Analysis: Signatures and Size

psych-facts:

spiritualseeker:

image

Your signature represents your public-self image:

  • What you think of yourself in public
  • What you would like others to think of you
  • And what you think others think of you

Compare sig size to “Hope to see you before long! We Love you,”

A….

"Try to say nothing negative about anybody.
a) for three days
b) for forty-five days
c) for three months


See what happens to your life."

Cleaning Piece III by Yoko Ono  (via thatkindofwoman)

I try to be positive about everything and it really has helped me a lot in the long run

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sunfl0werpetal:

rainbow-ginger-butterfly:

wholetjackdrive:

queerart-civildisobedience:

European accents (and in general white people accents) are commonly perceived as attractive and endearing, while accents from basically any other part of the world are considered to be signs of laziness and disrespect and get routinely made fun of.

My whole family is Korean. My sister and I have grown up in the US so we can pretty much speak English. However, our parents speak very broken English. It makes me mad though because my mother has taken ESL classes at our local university and my father graduated from the University of Washington with a PhD in mechanical engineering, yet I constantly see them being made fun of by their coworkers or other people in general because “they’re too lazy to try to understand English.” My mom has spent countless nights crying whilst taking her classes because of the stress wishing she could speak half as fluently as I can. If you don’t know what it’s like trying to learn English as a second language, then you have no room to talk.

NEVER MAKE FUN OF SOMEONE WHO SPEAKS BROKEN ENGLISH. IT MEANS THEY SPEAK ONE MORE LANGUAGE THAN YOU DO. 

Reblogging for that last comment. 👌

sunfl0werpetal:

rainbow-ginger-butterfly:

wholetjackdrive:

queerart-civildisobedience:

European accents (and in general white people accents) are commonly perceived as attractive and endearing, while accents from basically any other part of the world are considered to be signs of laziness and disrespect and get routinely made fun of.

My whole family is Korean. My sister and I have grown up in the US so we can pretty much speak English. However, our parents speak very broken English. It makes me mad though because my mother has taken ESL classes at our local university and my father graduated from the University of Washington with a PhD in mechanical engineering, yet I constantly see them being made fun of by their coworkers or other people in general because “they’re too lazy to try to understand English.” My mom has spent countless nights crying whilst taking her classes because of the stress wishing she could speak half as fluently as I can. If you don’t know what it’s like trying to learn English as a second language, then you have no room to talk.

NEVER MAKE FUN OF SOMEONE WHO SPEAKS BROKEN ENGLISH. IT MEANS THEY SPEAK ONE MORE LANGUAGE THAN YOU DO. 

Reblogging for that last comment. 👌

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Weitkar, Dachsteingebirge by (Stephan Bruckner)

Weitkar, Dachsteingebirge by (Stephan Bruckner)

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slayboybunny:

one time I went to a gamestop and as I walked in the employee was like “cooking mama is over there!” and snickered with his friend and I was so pissed because 1) I was there to pick up diablo III and 2) cooking mama is an excellent game not an insult to fling at women when u feel like being a misogynist. anyway I hate nerds

(Source: slayboobunny, via trust)

lionsandshadows:

ponchopeligroso:

every single person you know has something in their life and past that is probably worth collapsing to the ground in an uncontrollably sobbing heap over, so be nice to each other and tell good jokes

this is really important.

(via trust)

userbar:

have a retro ghost for your blog in the spirit of halloween

userbar:

have a retro ghost for your blog in the spirit of halloween

(via trust)

"Don’t judge me for my choices when you don’t understand my reasons."

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