94 days of summer in San Diego.

[link]

It’s been a crazy four years in San Diego. I never thought I would enjoy this place, but bit by bit, I think I am starting to appreciate this little cozy chill town. Sure, it’s at the end of my four years, but better late than never right? I also visited LA today and visited the USC campus. They do have a nice campus, but it doesn’t have the same feeling as UCSD. I think it’s come full circle in finally appreciating UCSD. I still wanna bomb the fuck out of those eucalyptus trees and redesign the freaking landscape.

Things I’ve done and things to do. 27.5/94. That’s an F. There’s still lots to do compared to what I’ve done…

Read More

eyress:

I CHALLENGE YOU TO A BATTLE OF WITS
The game is this: I set up five pairs of identical looking shots:  pineapple juice or lemon juice,  Chinese sugar tea or apple cider vinegar,  flat coke or soy sauce,  water or distilled white vinegar,  and tomato juice or Tabasco sauce.
I challenge a player in the circle to a color. They pick one and I take the other, with our best poker faces. Other players have to guess who got what.
It’s like the Princess Bride/A Study in Pink but no one gets poisoned!

Oh my god this is pure evil.

eyress:

I CHALLENGE YOU TO A BATTLE OF WITS

The game is this:
I set up five pairs of identical looking shots:
pineapple juice or lemon juice,
Chinese sugar tea or apple cider vinegar,
flat coke or soy sauce,
water or distilled white vinegar,
and tomato juice or Tabasco sauce.

I challenge a player in the circle to a color. They pick one and I take the other, with our best poker faces. Other players have to guess who got what.

It’s like the Princess Bride/A Study in Pink but no one gets poisoned!

Oh my god this is pure evil.

(via squishyjellfishy)

Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids’ movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.

Turning kids’ movies into horror films.

This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.

(Source: whyarethe-robots-so-sad, via ruinedchildhood)

LOLOMG I got tagged by a new follower; hi! :D well here’s my handwriting. I suppose I shall keep this going and tag @funkeemonkee @squishyjellfishy @paprtowels @blanketsandpillows @joejoegotthemojo @withlove-alaina. 

My handwriting goes through phases and currently I am very bothered by my handwriting. I’ve been doing writing exercises to try to learn business cursive from the 1920s but like every hobby and side projects, they only last for about a week and after I lose motivation to continue :P One day though

LOLOMG I got tagged by a new follower; hi! :D well here’s my handwriting. I suppose I shall keep this going and tag @funkeemonkee @squishyjellfishy @paprtowels @blanketsandpillows @joejoegotthemojo @withlove-alaina.

My handwriting goes through phases and currently I am very bothered by my handwriting. I’ve been doing writing exercises to try to learn business cursive from the 1920s but like every hobby and side projects, they only last for about a week and after I lose motivation to continue :P One day though

humansofnewyork:

"People confuse the source of their happiness. They become temporarily happy when they get a new car, or a new house, or a new marriage. And they think that they are suddenly happy because of this new thing in their life. In reality, they are happy because for a brief moment, they are without desire. But then soon another desire comes along. And the search continues."

humansofnewyork:

"People confuse the source of their happiness. They become temporarily happy when they get a new car, or a new house, or a new marriage. And they think that they are suddenly happy because of this new thing in their life. In reality, they are happy because for a brief moment, they are without desire. But then soon another desire comes along. And the search continues."