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zoewashburne:

kids, here is something i wish my dad had told me. the longest pause you’ll ever experience in your life is the one following asking the question: will you marry me? your brain goes into override, imagining every possible response. 

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unpopulaur:

"You should smile more!"

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"You look tired!"

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"Are you really going to eat all that?"

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Is it that time of month?

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"You’re just being dramatic"

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"You have terrible taste"

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"Just exercise and eat less!"

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"Thats really slutty"

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youcannoturnaway:

MI SENTO MALEAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

youcannoturnaway:

MI SENTO MALEAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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citysleep:

hulu:

Dear Chris Messina

Our holiday party is on the 13th. Stop by if you’d like. 

Sincerely,

Hulu

DANNY CASTELLANO

M E S S I N A

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sherlockspeare:

Turn around, look. Oh for god’s sake, just turn around!

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leupagus:

For Sandra

Oh my God.

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entertainmentweekly:

coughsyrupstickynote:

boymeetsworldconfessions:

emilehirschey:

entertainmentweekly:

Want to watch Ben Savage, Rider Strong, and Danielle Fishel crack up while re-enacting lines from Boy Meets World on the set of their Reunions Issue photoshoot?
Of course you do!

I AM CRYING. I AM IN AN EMOTIONAL STATE LEAVE ME ALONE

incase anyone hasnt seen this. please excuse my emotional breakdown above

This is too short! I DEMAND MORE! *weeps*

Oh, don’t worry — more is coming. (Including a special investigative report into what happened to Mr. Turner.)

DAMMIT I DON’T WANT TO LIKE A FACEBOOK PAGE TO WATCH A VIDEO I JUST WANT TO WATCH A VIDEO. COME ON. YOU DON’T NEED MY REAL NAME AND MY LIFE STORY AND MY COLLEGES AND MY EMPLOYER. I JUST WANT TO WATCH A BOY MEETS WORLD VIDEO. oh god life is misery

entertainmentweekly:

coughsyrupstickynote:

boymeetsworldconfessions:

emilehirschey:

entertainmentweekly:

Want to watch Ben Savage, Rider Strong, and Danielle Fishel crack up while re-enacting lines from Boy Meets World on the set of their Reunions Issue photoshoot?

Of course you do!

I AM CRYING. I AM IN AN EMOTIONAL STATE LEAVE ME ALONE

incase anyone hasnt seen this. please excuse my emotional breakdown above

This is too short! I DEMAND MORE! *weeps*

Oh, don’t worry — more is coming. (Including a special investigative report into what happened to Mr. Turner.)

DAMMIT I DON’T WANT TO LIKE A FACEBOOK PAGE TO WATCH A VIDEO I JUST WANT TO WATCH A VIDEO. COME ON. YOU DON’T NEED MY REAL NAME AND MY LIFE STORY AND MY COLLEGES AND MY EMPLOYER. I JUST WANT TO WATCH A BOY MEETS WORLD VIDEO. oh god life is misery

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sagansense:

Which federal agencies are untouched, and which are ghost towns?

Congress’ failure to pass a budget has led to a federal government shutdown, but some offices are emptier than others on Tuesday because some federal workers are deemed too essential to stop working and certain agencies have independent sources of funding.

Hardest hit by the shutdown are NASA, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Education, and the Environmental Protection Agency. These agencies and others have basically gone on life support, with nine out of 10 employees furloughed, according to the Washington Post.

The effect of the shutdown on the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and Department of Defense is comparatively slight, with less than 20 percent of employees furloughed in each.

The Federal Reserve and the Postal Service will continue operating because they are self-funded agencies, and the State Department has the funding to operate normally and issue passports for a limited time.

For a full rundown of how the shutdown is impacting the services of each of these agencies, head to the Washington Post.

Correction, Oct. 1, 2013: This article originally understated the proportion of employees of the Department of Defense who have been furloughed. About 18 percent of the department’s total employees have been furloughed, not 5 percent. This article also originally misstated that 91 percent of SEC employees have been furloughed. The SEC has the funds to continue running normally for a few more weeks.

Source: Slate

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