1. stardusttx:

    grapewallofchina:

    your life hasn’t been completed until you see giraffes fighting 

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    you’re welcome

    i thought they were partying

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  3. littlebitoftroyler:

    restlesslyaspiring:

    fucking-tom-hiddleston:

    k-lionheart:

    continualsanitynotlikely:

    If this gets 1 million notes I’ll make a dress out of theseimage

    And wear it to the nearest major city 

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    YOU’RE GONNA REGRET PUTTING THIS ON TUMBLR

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  4. poopflow:

    james franco look like one of those sweaty stoners that shows up to class late every day and is like “you got another pencil i can use bruh” and he never gives them back what does he do with all those pencils

  5. Shit what a disgusting dream; I dreamt that my psychology exam which I revised stupid amounts for and felt confident with was all pointless because it was only a mock and *surprise* the exam was today and I’d forgotten everything as oh sweet lord I need a hug

  6. mylifeasqueenb:

    if you hate on james franco, sorry but we can’t be friends

  7. earthdad:

    don’t let this video die

  8. okay i find the whole concept of private schooling incredibly wrong.

    now, i don’t want to say anything rude and uncalled for because i really have NOTHING against the students (except the snobby ones) or even parents who send their children to private schools because a) i have quite a few friends who go to private schools and they’re the best people ever, and b) parents just want what’s best for their kids, and if that means paying the extra fortune to ensure their kids get the best chance at education, then hey knock yourself out. I also know that just because a student goes to a state school this does NOT make them poor; likewise a privately educated student is not necessarily rich.

    however, saying this, i stand my place in the belief that it is fairly sickening how, just because my family bank statement is as light as a feather, heightened by the fact that we are a fairly large family, why does that mean we should be thrown into a whirlpool of disadvantages when entering the wide world of a competitive society, which is supposed to be equal? now SURE, there are people leaving my state school sixth form with straight A/A*’s and receiving acceptance letters from highly valued universities like Oxford and Cambridge, and SURE if you work hard enough, ANYTHING is possible, right?! But you know, I bet people getting these results put oceans of blood, sweat and tears into gaining these, drilling endless stacks of information into every crevice of their brain. And I take my hat off them too! it payed off! But I bet you didn’t know this; universities value an A/A* student from a state school the same amount as they value a C student from a private school. Let me explain that again. An A* student who is less wealthy, stands the same chances as a rich C student. Fucked up, right?

    Funny thing is, it’s a cycle. We’ve got a barbed wire fence dividing us commoners from running in and attacking private schools, pickaxes in hand. By which i mean, because private school students are so much more highly regarded by Universities and employers, they stand a significantly higher chance at ending up with a spectacularly payed job. this means that in the future, when, and if, they give birth, they will be able to send their children to private schools to follow in their footsteps, (and the cycle repeats). Now, as a WHOLE, the cycle also exists within state school students. So sorry guys, more often than not, if you weren’t born rich, you won’t die rich.