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You want to click this. You really, really do.

Yeah, like I was going to answer that.

Yeah, like I was going to answer that.

Can’t stop laughing. I just can’t. Don’t open this in a library while you’re studying silently with a friend. Don’t do it.

Ok, do it. But don’t say I didn’t warn you.

I found this on a friend’s Facebook this morning and it made me do one of those completely unexpected burst-out-laughing-when-you’re-not-ready-to-laugh guffaws.

I found this on a friend’s Facebook this morning and it made me do one of those completely unexpected burst-out-laughing-when-you’re-not-ready-to-laugh guffaws.

I love The Onion sometimes. On this subject, almost always. There’s also this one about the Vatican reversing its stance on gay marriage after meeting a gay couple. The first one is my favorite Onion article I’ve read thus far.

Earlier today I had a conversation with two of my friends on the ethics of marrying and/or enslaving your clone. It was actually interesting, beyond the fact that it was completely ridiculous. It was inspired by this article.

Tattle Tales

My dad: Lauren didn't leave me any hot water for my shower.
My mom: Why do I care?
Me: *Silent laughter*

Harry Potter “FIREBOLT” Katy Perry Parody

Words. Do not have words. I’ve been up for half an hour and my day’s already been made.

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writingadvice:

“Lately I’ve been asked a lot if I have any writing advice, particularly for young aspiring writers. This video contains about the only writing advice I feel that I can provide with any kind of confidence.

My publishing advice to teens is:  Generally, don’t. What is the point of trying to publish now? There is so much to be gained from waiting and so little to be gained from not waiting. I think that not worrying about publishing a novel by the age of 16 will free young writers from the constraints of the literary marketplace. And if you write a novel that’s really wonderful, then you can always revise it and publish it later. (See, for instance, M. T. Anderson’s Whales on Stilts.)”

- John Green

This is the funniest video ever. I will definitely be checking out this YouTube channel. Watch. Even if you’re not interested in writing, it’ll make your day, I promise. And if it doesn’t, well, I don’t care. It wasn’t the real kind of promise.

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