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pink-d0ggies:

Austin/Becky

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thatsonofamitch:

there are no rules in college

Ten months, ten entire months have passed since I have made this post. I made this post while I was at college, I am now home. Moreover, some meme loving fuck, at some time today, I don’t know when, silently left a box of kid cuisine on my doorstep. You bothered to somehow find out where I live, which is quite far from my university by several hundred miles, pay money for a frozen children’s meal, and drive out to where I live, just to meme on me. I can’t believe this is real.

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fifth-mayy:

'are you as bored as I am' can be read from back to front and still make sense

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dutchster:

just a tip if you suffer from acne: wash your face with boiling water. it will kill off any bacteria present on your face

Yeah burn your face off too

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loveinkslingers:

Earlier, we had a class in Philippine Government Constitution and with the words that my Professor had said, I’m losing the hope for the Philippines to prosper and to be able to be a “developed” country— basically because it’s nonsense. With his words about how greed is prevailing in the government, or how undisciplined the Filipinos are, it’s just making me sad and half frustrated. 

Imagine, I’ve lived my 16 years in this country, most of it I’m sighing of all the natural resources that we’ve lost because of greed, and to those people in the government who takes a lot of country’s wealth. 

It’s sad how we think of education as a necessity in our lives, but in the end, we don’t use it when we get older. We review for UPCATS, DLSUCET, ACET, USTET and other university entrance exams, we compete with almost hundred thousands of people for slots, and then when we get in we spend a lot of money on our transportation, tuition, books & everything. And then during classes, we tried to fight our laziness because we want to have a better life in the future. But what do we do when we get older? We vote for people because they give us money. We vote for people because they are popular (they are the sibling of a popular actor, they are the spouse of the popular actor or they are a popular actor. We vote for them even if we don’t know what future would look like with them. 

Aren’t we being unfair to the future generation? Because I think I want to blame all the votes who went to this and that elected whoever. They are a big waste of time. And a big waste of money. 

We have a good education, we have a lot of dedicated teachers. We can speak English better than other Asian Countries. But what we need are facilities that can help students. Especially those in the public schools. Imagine, politicians can spend a lot of money on cars and luxuries in life, with those PDAF and all, but how about those in the province, did they have better facilities? Better chairs? Better tables? Books? Aren’t they using their PDAF’s on funding only one scholar, and making them already feel like they already helped a lot?

Education is an essential. As they’ve said, knowledge is the only thing that other people can’t take away from us. So we have to nurture our intellectualities, and sharpen our minds. Treat education as an essential, and think of it as something that will be your shield against stupid and manipulative people and a weapon against threatening people. Education is what gives you wisdom, knowledge and understanding on a specific thing. Education makes every blurred lines clear. 

In Singapore, why aren’t there a need of security guards in the malls? And why aren’t there a traffic? It’s because they’re disciplined. And discipline can also be developed through education. Most people in Singapore are either working or studying, they’re educated. And them being educated, gives them the awareness that any wrong deed that they will commit will be a shame to theirselves and that is again because of education. 

I know it’s inevitable for politicians to be corrupt, but please do your job properly. We don’t only need honest people, we need brave & inteligent politicians. Because brave people knows what to speak, how to speak and when to speak regardless if there are many daggers pointed on him. 

They say "Politics is everyone’s business, but not everyone’s game." So I hope, if a future leader is reading this one, I hope you can do your job properly. Always remember that not because everyone’s doing it you have to do it too. Don’t worry education will guide you along the way. It’s your only weapon.

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m3d1c101:

if you’re ever feeling sad, just imagine you and all your friends living in the same house together it works like magic

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vashiane:

Natural Eye Color Chart

i’m A30 ^.^ 

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hope-is-hopeless:

Summer Life Hacks
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🐚Exfoliate legs before tanning to get a better tan
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🐚Always use Aloe Vera after tanning to prevent flakey skin and an intensified tan
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🐚Wear a bandeau bikini top to avoid awkward tan lines
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🐚Use a cupcake liner at the bottom of your popsicle to avoid messy drips
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🐚To lighten your hair mix lemon juice and water in a spray bottle and spray it in your hair, leave it in for 2 hours in the sun then rinse out
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🐚Put a dryer sheet in your pocket or rub it on your clothes and skin to keep mosquitos away
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🐚Drink milk to tan easier and longer
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Hope these help!
#lifehacks #summerlifehacks #tumblr #summer #brisk #lemonade

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