Ask me anything!
This hurts so much more today
Dear people attending the Sherlock premiere in 3 days,
first off, Congratulations. secondly,
PLEASE NO SPOILERS. PUT IT IN A READ MORE PLEASE. DEAR GOD PLEASE DON’T MAKE A BIG POST ABOUT HOW SHERLOCK DID IT OR HOW JOHN FEELS OR WHATEVER THAT PEOPLE MIGHT SEE UNINTENTIONALLY. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD PLEASE
Awkward moments of 2013
i feel ridiculously awkward just watching these
it was painful
Probably the best description of that particular aspect of depression that I’ve ever read. At least, that’s how it is for me.
That’s actually a pretty damn good explanation. For why, for example, I’ll be falling on my face tired and sleepy, but cannot get up the motivation to walk the fifteen feet to my bed. It takes more mental effort and spoons to do that than it does to, say, hit ‘redeal’ on the solitaire game I’m having difficulty differentiating the different cards on.
I once slept on the couch for literally months during a depressive episode because it was too much effort to go to bed.
YES. YES YES YES. Motivation is my fucking number one problem and I really need people to understand this.
I’m feeling the thing with using the bathroom so hard, though. It’s that and eating and showering and getting dressed to go to class, for me.
This is me. It’s gotten much worse recently. I’ve put off doing assignments until the very last available minute. It has moved beyond procrastination. Before I would think, ‘oh shit I need to this, it’s due tomorrow.’ Now I just think ‘I have this to do. I need to do this. I’m going to this now.’ but instead of doing it I just watch my shows or read a fic.I don’t even have the motivation anymore to get panicky and frustrated that I’ve put stuff of for so long like I used. I also do the thing with needing to pee..
Samsung gives us a glimpse of the future via a prototype of their flexible OLED screen, which paves the way for everything from foldable phones to tablets that you can roll up like a newspaper.
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
[influx of butt dialing begins]
The kindergartener in this video signed her entire class Christmas concert for her deaf parents and it is incredibly cute.
Five-year-old Claire Koch was born to two deaf parents, and American Sign Language was her first language. So while 60 of her peers used generic hand motions, Claire chose to use ASL, much to her parents’ surprise.
YES!! I have chills.
guYS WATCH THIS YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT
IVE BEEN LAUGHING FOR 3 DAYS OMG
I FUCKING LOST IT WHEN I HEARD THE CASTIEL VOICE
my favorite thing to do in the christmaa season is remind my overly religious family that this is what cindy lou who looks like now, that she sings in a rock band and how much I love her and they get really mad
Hooray! Peace in our time.
Lisa Simpson at Stuff-n-Hug
this the kind of shit you find on high school stairways
did GLaDOS drop this
So I opened my locker today and…
i think you should be more concerned that they know your locker combo