jerkidiot:

I’ve been really angsty on twitter lately

hiddledbythebatch:

inner—utopia:

Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

listoflifehacks:

listoflifehacks:

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update: everything still goes with nutella

trappedinvacancy:

starfighting:

do you ever see a character that’s worshipped by a fandom and go “you’re not that great”

If you hadn’t played Rachel in Glee, which other character would you have liked to be in the show?

Hover over your birth month:

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Hover over your current mood:

Happy | Sad |  Tired | Stressed |

Hopeless | Angry | Bored |  Sick | 

(Source: chylerwest)

The first official portrait of Prince George released for his first birthday on the 22.7.14

(Source: georgeslays)

allthingseurope:

Manchester Town Hall, England (by Zill Niazi)

Do you ever just meet one person

and at first it is awkward

then you start talking

and its like

“holy crap where have you been all my life”

(Source: wretchedentropy)

Blog revamp in the works!

Hi lovely followers! This is just a PSA to let you all know that sometime in the next couple of weeks (schedule permitting) I will be doing a total revamp of my blogging style and content. That is to say, you can expect much less celebrity/TV/film content and much more medical-related content!

mediiolab:

Peter Ubel writing about how doctors trained to treat disease can clash with patients who have different perspectives:

By the end of this particular appointment, the oncologist had done what modern physicians are supposed to do—he informed his patient of her treatment alternatives and he left the final choice up to her. But, in the process, he left the patient little choice but to accept one of these alternatives rather than to leave her cancer untreated.

During my oral exam for my surgery rotation in medical school, I was asked how I would describe the treatment options for breast cancer to a newly diagnosed patient. I started off by saying that the first option would be to do nothing. I was laughed at by the surgical oncologist administering the test.

malformalady:

Marking the ligaments and tendons in the forearm and hand

stealinyoman:

marry a guy who has sisters because he’s seen the female in her natural state therefore won’t have any unrealistic expectations of you 

(Source: niqabisinparis)

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