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Dad, Dude, and Gordon Ramsay: Gordon Ramsay doesn't like being called "mate" mbelinky 11 videos 520,423 38 Subscribe 78856 canoninmunaone 1 month ago i'm not your mate buddy Reply 13d rockhaze 1 month ago Im not your buddy, pa Reply6in reply to canoninmunaone MultiJello123 1 month ago Reply 6 in reply to rockhaze dregz13 1 month ago I'm not your friend, cuz. Reply . 6ub n reply to Mutuello123 MultiJello123 1 month ago I'm not your cuz, bro. Reply 7in reply to dregz13 rockhaze 1 month ago I'm not your bro, mate. Reply . 9ié īreply to Mult ello 123 MultiJello123 1 month ago m not your mate, dog Reply . 10 1· in reply to rockhaze WunderDoob 1 month ago I'm not your dog, dude Reply 8in reply to Multuello123 MultiJello123 1 month ago I'm not your dude, broski Reply 8in reply to WunderDoob Jackj Oo 1 month ago I'm not your broski, son Reply8in reply to MultiJello 123 MultiJello123 1 month ago I'm not your son, dad Reply 11in reply to Jackj Oo Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your dad, son Reply 27in reply to Multülello123 MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not your son, acquaintances of mine Reply 5 in reply to Lord Vader . Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your acquaintance, love 5ié in reply to Mult ello! 23 Reply . MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not your love, sweetheart 5lé Reply in reply to Lord Vader . Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your sweetheart, babe Reply 5in reply to Multilello 123 MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not your babe, darling Reply 5in reply to Lord Vader Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your darling, dearie . 6 lé Reply יי in reply to Mult ello! 23 MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not your dearie, honey Replyin reply to Lord Vader Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your honey, sugar 51. in reply to Mult ello! 23 Reply . MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not your sugar, baby Reply 3 in reply to Lord Vader . Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your baby, sweetie 31. in reply to Mult ello! 23 Reply . MultiJello123 3 weeks ago I'm not vour sweetie, lover 3 lé וי in reply to Lord Vader Reply . Lord Vader 3 weeks ago I'm not your lover, precious Reply . 8 in reply to Mult ello123 ' dimas0302 2 weeks ago That's it, that enough internet for me today in reply to Lord Vader Reply יי . Lord Vader 2 weeks ago I'm not your internet, random dude Replyin reply to dimas0302 Luke Skywaker 2 weeks ago I'm not vour random dude, Dad Reply9in reply to Lord Vader Lord Vader 2 weeks ago I'm... I'm not... I mean. find your lack of faith disturbing Reply 10in reply to Luke Skywaker silent-calling: ohlookarandompersonexisting: pep-no: pepoluan: tasty-ghoul-boy: So I went looking at Gordon Ramsay videos and found this and laughed for about 10 minutes. This shall never be not reblogged. Time to reblog this again. this is like actually hilarious  I say this shit and nobody can keep up with me.
Dad, Dude, and Gordon Ramsay: Gordon Ramsay doesn't like being called "mate"
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 canoninmunaone 1 month ago
 i'm not your mate buddy
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 rockhaze
 1 month ago
 Im not your buddy, pa
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 MultiJello123
 1 month ago
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 dregz13 1 month ago
 I'm not your friend, cuz.
 Reply . 6ub
 n reply to Mutuello123
 MultiJello123
 1 month ago
 I'm not your cuz, bro.
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 rockhaze
 1 month ago
 I'm not your bro, mate.
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 ello 123
 MultiJello123
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 m not your mate, dog
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 I'm not your dog, dude
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 MultiJello123
 1 month ago
 I'm not your dude, broski
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 Jackj Oo 1 month ago
 I'm not your broski, son
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 I'm not your son, dad
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 Lord Vader 3 weeks ago
 I'm not your dad, son
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 I'm not your son, acquaintances of mine
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 I'm not your love, sweetheart
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 I'm not your sweetheart, babe
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 MultiJello123
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 I'm not your babe, darling
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 Lord Vader
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 I'm not your darling, dearie
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 MultiJello123 3 weeks ago
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 Lord Vader
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 dimas0302 2 weeks ago
 That's it, that enough internet for me today
 in reply to Lord Vader
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 יי
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 Lord Vader
 2 weeks ago
 I'm not your internet, random dude
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 Luke Skywaker 2 weeks ago
 I'm not vour random dude, Dad
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 Lord Vader
 2 weeks ago
 I'm... I'm not... I mean. find your lack of faith disturbing
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silent-calling:

ohlookarandompersonexisting:
pep-no:

pepoluan:


tasty-ghoul-boy:
So I went looking at Gordon Ramsay videos and found this and laughed for about 10 minutes.

This shall never be not reblogged.


Time to reblog this again.

this is like actually hilarious 


I say this shit and nobody can keep up with me.

silent-calling: ohlookarandompersonexisting: pep-no: pepoluan: tasty-ghoul-boy: So I went looking at Gordon Ramsay videos and found this...

Children, Friday, and Fucking: Trump administratiorn admits they've lost track of roughly 20 percent of toddlers' parents And only half of the youngest children abducted by the Trump administration will be reunited by the court-imposed deadline. ADAM PECK Y JUL 6, 2018, 4:21 PM During a conference call with reporters and U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw on Friday afternoon, government officials acknowledged that as many as 20 percent of the youngest children ripped from their parents on Donald Trump's orders won't be reunified with their families any time soon The revelation comes a day after Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar assured the public that the government would meet the court's July 10 deadline to reunite children under the age of 5 with their parents, only to immediately backtrack lemonvortex: lemonvortex: lemonvortex: I’m gonna be ill “They are arguing that they shouldnt have to reunite them with their kids” AND WHAT ALTERNATIVE, EXACTLY, DO YOU HAVE? I literally just cant even keep up with every awful headline I see at this point Even people who are naturalized citizens are at risk And I’m hardly seeing anyone outside of news-oriented social circles talking about what may be coming in the wake of all of this It all just keeps piling up And more And more I feel like the point of no return for the initiation of a dystopian regime is far behind us and it makes me fucking sick
Children, Friday, and Fucking: Trump administratiorn
 admits they've lost
 track of roughly 20
 percent of toddlers'
 parents
 And only half of the youngest children
 abducted by the Trump administration
 will be reunited by the court-imposed
 deadline.
 ADAM PECK Y
 JUL 6, 2018, 4:21 PM

 During a conference call with reporters
 and U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw on
 Friday afternoon, government officials
 acknowledged that as many as 20
 percent of the youngest children ripped
 from their parents on Donald Trump's
 orders won't be reunified with their
 families any time soon
 The revelation comes a day after Health
 and Human Services Secretary Alex
 Azar assured the public that the
 government would meet the court's
 July 10 deadline to reunite children
 under the age of 5 with their parents,
 only to immediately backtrack
lemonvortex:

lemonvortex:


lemonvortex:

I’m gonna be ill 

“They are arguing that they shouldnt have to reunite them with their kids” 
AND WHAT ALTERNATIVE, EXACTLY, DO YOU HAVE?


I literally just cant even keep up with every awful headline I see at this point

Even people who are naturalized citizens are at risk

And I’m hardly seeing anyone outside of news-oriented social circles talking about what may be coming in the wake of all of this

It all just keeps piling up

And more

And more

I feel like the point of no return for the initiation of a dystopian regime is far behind us and it makes me fucking sick

lemonvortex: lemonvortex: lemonvortex: I’m gonna be ill “They are arguing that they shouldnt have to reunite them with their kids” AN...

Amazon, Ass, and Books: Millennials Are Out- Reading Older Generations But younger Americans value library services less than more senior cohorts, study finds natural–blues: decrystallize: witchtimez: onlyblackgirl: m4ge: m4ge: m4ge: m4ge: This came up on my facebook feed and I am so excited to see how generation Xers and Baby Boomers will find a way to use this to shit on millenials anyways nice okay we’re off to a good start oh boy do i have something to tell you about millennials, working, and debt that’s gonna absolutely blow your socks off banksy’s family found this article Why old people so mad. It’s funny because millennials can pretty much multitask like it’s second nature simply because it’s necessary to keep up with society, while baby boomers whine about reading subtitles and can’t seem to program anything more complicated than a VCR. But sure, ok, the kids are lazy and have entitlement complexes Older Generations: -Make comics about kids not knowing how books work- Millenials: -Read more books than anyone else- Older Generations: …no we changed our minds reading a lot is lazy and entitled now I had a professor, way older, talk at a great length about how his generation is more well read than Millenials. When it was brought up that our generation reads more, he literally came out of nowhere with “Well, that’s not the point. See, my generation was better informed. You kids don’t know what it is to actually sit down and read for information. This generation is the least informed of any previous generation! Other generations sat and read, listened to the radio for information. There’s access, but are any of you *actually* informed? No. If I wanted to know what happened in Finland to make it a country, I would go to the library, speak to another human being, and check out books to read on the subject. We were happy to do it.” A girl a few seats behind me goes, “Bullshit. If I want to know that, I can Google that in a few seconds depending on my signal. I can youtube or Netflix a documentary on Finnish History. I can listen to podcasts made by Scandinavian historians. I can use Duolingo to get a better than basic understanding of the language, and use Amazon same-day to get a book in my hand by my last class of the day, delivered to the class. I can order Finnish food on my ubereats app, find a language partner chat app to video with people in Helsinki, use Google Earth to visit, patronise interactive museums, and stream the most popular films from the country *right now*. If I so desire I can take an opensource course from a highly accredited university about the same subject and apply to study abroad with a trusted program with the click of a button. I can use Tinder to find me someone there to get some with, I can buy plane tickets and find a top rated hotel for a good price with great reviews and stream their local radio stations with an app. I can buy train tickets, bus tickets and rent a car. We aren’t less informed. We just don’t learn things we don’t give a shit about or need just to say we did all smug about it. Stop sneering at us for the access your generation dreamed of giving us actually happening just because your old ass doesn’t know how to use it.”
Amazon, Ass, and Books: Millennials Are Out-
 Reading Older Generations
 But younger Americans value library services less than more senior
 cohorts, study finds
natural–blues:

decrystallize:

witchtimez:

onlyblackgirl:

m4ge:

m4ge:

m4ge:

m4ge:

This came up on my facebook feed and I am so excited to see how generation Xers and Baby Boomers will find a way to use this to shit on millenials anyways


nice okay we’re off to a good start


oh boy do i have something to tell you about millennials, working, and debt that’s gonna absolutely blow your socks off


banksy’s family found this article

Why old people so mad.

It’s funny because millennials can pretty much multitask like it’s second nature simply because it’s necessary to keep up with society, while baby boomers whine about reading subtitles and can’t seem to program anything more complicated than a VCR.
But sure, ok, the kids are lazy and have entitlement complexes

Older Generations: -Make comics about kids not knowing how books work-
Millenials: -Read more books than anyone else-
Older Generations: …no we changed our minds reading a lot is lazy and entitled now


I had a professor, way older, talk at a great length about how his generation is more well read than Millenials. When it was brought up that our generation reads more, he literally came out of nowhere with “Well, that’s not the point. See, my generation was better informed. You kids don’t know what it is to actually sit down and read for information. This generation is the least informed of any previous generation! Other generations sat and read, listened to the radio for information. There’s access, but are any of you *actually* informed? No. If I wanted to know what happened in Finland to make it a country, I would go to the library, speak to another human being, and check out books to read on the subject. We were happy to do it.”
A girl a few seats behind me goes,  “Bullshit. If I want to know that, I can Google that in a few seconds depending on my signal. I can youtube or Netflix a documentary on Finnish History. I can listen to podcasts made by Scandinavian historians. I can use Duolingo to get a better than basic understanding of the language, and use Amazon same-day to get a book in my hand by my last class of the day, delivered to the class. I can order Finnish food on my ubereats app, find a language partner chat app to video with people in Helsinki, use Google Earth to visit, patronise interactive museums, and stream the most popular films from the country *right now*. If I so desire I can take an opensource course from a highly accredited university about the same subject and apply to study abroad with a trusted program with the click of a button. I can use Tinder to find me someone there to get some with, I can buy plane tickets and find a top rated hotel for a good price with great reviews and stream their local radio stations with an app. I can buy train tickets, bus tickets and rent a car. We aren’t less informed. We just don’t learn things we don’t give a shit about or need just to say we did all smug about it. Stop sneering at us for the access your generation dreamed of giving us actually happening just because your old ass doesn’t know how to use it.”

natural–blues: decrystallize: witchtimez: onlyblackgirl: m4ge: m4ge: m4ge: m4ge: This came up on my facebook feed and I am so excite...

Books, Confused, and Music: HOW TO GET BETTER AT LISTENING COMPREHENSION by rhubarbstudies Listening comprehension: is a huge part of learning (and speaking) any language 1. It's about discrimination; isolating sounds and words while you practice 2. Pronunciation and comprehension go hand-in-hand. As 3. Listen with prejudice: listen for certain words, certain information. one improves, so does the other Best practice: Listen to your target language often: 5 hours/week in class is a good start. Watching shows or listening to music in your target language is a enough to significantly improve your understanding of the language Strategies and tips for improvement Music: listen to music and read the words at the same time. The goal is to start training your brain to recognize the letters that go with the sounds. The better you get, the more you'll be able to understand the words when vou hear them without text. Read out loud: just like when you learned your first language, reading aloud in your target language is a basic way to advance your comprehension. Use your book: its more than likely that your textbook has a section on listening, so use it Dare to mispronounce: use the words often and out loud. The more familiar y uth muscles become with making the sounds, the better you will get at interpreting them. → Repetition: if you have listening exercises, repeat those over and over again. The more you use them, the better you'll get. HOW TO STUDY GRAMMAR by rhubarbstudies Grammar: is the nuts and bolts of language Best practice: Nightly review: good, organized notes & repetition for mechanical proficiency. Think of grammar as the moving pieces of lanquage. It's flexible. There is rarely one right way to say something Study strategies for grammar (choose as needed) → Examples, examples, examples: write copious examples in your notes: the more ways you see things done, the clearer the pattern is. → Look for patterns: most grammar is very clean, there are rules and the the grammar will follow them in organized ways. When you notice a pattern, write it down, draw arrows and cartoons and anything else that helps you remember. → Become familiar with the parts of speech: (in all languages) and what they do. These are the building blocks of al language, and there are only seven. For conjugations: practice new forms immediately. If you get them into memory, you'll never think about them again, and you'll always have them ready Montessori shapes: associate different elements of a sentence with shapes and colors. Use whatever you can to help features stand out. → Translate this is the old school method. The more connections you forge between you current language and your target language, the easier the target language is to understand. Grammar drills: this is boring, but repetition has a huge success rate with grammar. Meet with your teachers: they most likely understand the topic they're teaching, so meeting with them is often the easiest thing you can do HOW TO MEMORIZE VOCABULARY by rhubarbstudies Vocabulary: the meat of the language-acquiring vocabulary is one of the most important parts of study. The goal is to enter it into long-term memory (saving you work down the road) Best practice: Nightly review: no more than 5 minutes. Flashcards are the most efficient method Other methods for working with vocabulary (choose as needed) ord groups: create charts if words grouped together that are similar, the more associations between words, the easier they are to recall Pictures: associate new words with both images and definitions. Vocabulary fan: write all the vocab down the side of a piece of paper, then fold it over and write the definitions. Keep doing this until, you have filled the whole page, and the page will be folded into an accordion shape Recopying: some people find success with the traditional way of writing out lists and definitions until you don't need the lists anymore Vocab journal this is what the pros do-keep a notebook purely for vocabulary. Any time you come across a word you've had to look up more than three times, add it to the journal with a definition. Kinetic study: associate movement with words and definitions. Engage your whole body in the topic. Your body helps jog your memory. Interactive notebooks: use foldable (like the vocabulary fan) to make flip books or flip boxes that you paste into a notebook. The more senses you engage, the faster toy can assimilate the new information. Drawing if you have a penchant for art, draw the ideas that come with the words. sing your vocabulary; set it to music that sticks with you. SongES HOW TO GET BETTER AT HOMEWORK by rhubarbstudies Homework is really a necessity in mastering new concepts because it's repetition. Use your book & other resources: if you have a textbook/workbook set, the homework you're doing most likely has corresponding sections. Look up words and anything else you don't know. Understanding the directions and questions is super important to sense of what your practicing Try anyway even if you get confused, try anyway. Giving up will only lead to getting behind and more confusion down the line identifying what you don't know is hugely helpful write questions in the margins of your homework/book so that you can remember them in class for next time or look them up on your own. Ask for help your teachers are most likely easy to contact and willing to give you homeworlk support or a quick meeting to clarify things. Keep up with your work and engage in class: if you work out of your workbook/textbook a lot, your quizzes and tests will most likely reflect your books. Keep them up to date. Correct wrong answers and use the books together rhubarbstudies: [5/27/17] My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check out the original doc he gave us here
Books, Confused, and Music: HOW TO GET BETTER AT LISTENING
 COMPREHENSION
 by rhubarbstudies
 Listening comprehension: is a huge part of learning (and speaking) any language
 1. It's about discrimination; isolating sounds and words while you practice
 2. Pronunciation and comprehension go hand-in-hand. As
 3. Listen with prejudice: listen for certain words, certain information.
 one improves, so does the other
 Best practice:
 Listen to your target language often: 5 hours/week in class is a good start. Watching shows or
 listening to music in your target language is a enough to significantly improve your understanding of
 the language
 Strategies and tips for improvement
 Music: listen to music and read the words at the same time. The goal is to start training your
 brain to recognize the letters that go with the sounds. The better you get, the more you'll be able to
 understand the words when vou hear them without text.
 Read out loud: just like when you learned your first language, reading aloud in your target
 language is a basic way to advance your comprehension.
 Use your book: its more than likely that your textbook has a section on listening, so use it
 Dare to mispronounce: use the words often and out loud. The more familiar y
 uth
 muscles become with making the sounds, the better you will get at interpreting them.
 → Repetition: if you have listening exercises, repeat those over and over again. The more you use
 them, the better you'll get.

 HOW TO STUDY GRAMMAR
 by rhubarbstudies
 Grammar: is the nuts and bolts of language
 Best practice:
 Nightly review: good, organized notes & repetition for mechanical proficiency.
 Think of grammar as the moving pieces of lanquage. It's flexible. There is rarely one right way to say
 something
 Study strategies for grammar (choose as needed)
 → Examples, examples, examples: write copious examples in your notes: the more ways you see
 things done, the clearer the pattern is.
 → Look for patterns: most grammar is very clean, there are rules and the the grammar will follow
 them in organized ways. When you notice a pattern, write it down, draw arrows and cartoons and
 anything else that helps you remember.
 → Become familiar with the parts of speech: (in all languages) and what they do. These are the
 building blocks of al language, and there are only seven.
 For conjugations: practice new forms immediately. If you get them into memory, you'll never
 think about them again, and you'll always have them ready
 Montessori shapes: associate different elements of a sentence with shapes and colors. Use
 whatever you can to help features stand out.
 → Translate this is the old school method. The more connections you forge between you current
 language and your target language, the easier the target language is to understand.
 Grammar drills: this is boring, but repetition has a huge success rate with grammar.
 Meet with your teachers: they most likely understand the topic they're teaching, so meeting
 with them is often the easiest thing you can do

 HOW TO MEMORIZE VOCABULARY
 by rhubarbstudies
 Vocabulary:
 the meat of the language-acquiring vocabulary is one of the most important parts of
 study. The goal is to enter it into long-term memory (saving you work down the road)
 Best practice:
 Nightly review: no more than 5 minutes. Flashcards are the most efficient method
 Other methods for working with vocabulary (choose as needed)
 ord groups:
 create charts if words grouped together that are similar, the more associations
 between words, the easier they are to recall
 Pictures:
 associate new words with both images and definitions.
 Vocabulary fan: write all the vocab down the side of a piece of paper, then fold it over and
 write the definitions. Keep doing this until, you have filled the whole page, and the page will be
 folded into an accordion shape
 Recopying: some people find success with the traditional way of writing out lists and
 definitions until you don't need the lists anymore
 Vocab journal
 this is what the pros do-keep a notebook purely for vocabulary. Any time you
 come across a word you've had to look up more than three times, add it to the journal with a
 definition.
 Kinetic study:
 associate movement with words and definitions. Engage your whole body in the
 topic. Your body helps jog your memory.
 Interactive notebooks: use foldable (like the vocabulary fan) to make flip books or flip boxes
 that you paste into a notebook. The more senses you engage, the faster toy can assimilate the new
 information.
 Drawing
 if you have a penchant for art, draw the ideas that come with the words.
 sing your vocabulary; set it to music that sticks with you.
 SongES

 HOW TO GET BETTER AT HOMEWORK
 by rhubarbstudies
 Homework
 is really a necessity in mastering new concepts because it's repetition.
 Use your book & other resources:
 if you have a textbook/workbook set, the homework you're
 doing most likely has corresponding sections.
 Look up words
 and anything else you don't know. Understanding the directions and questions
 is super important to sense of what your practicing
 Try anyway
 even if you get confused, try anyway. Giving up will only lead to getting behind
 and more confusion down the line
 identifying what you don't know is hugely helpful
 write questions in the margins of your homework/book so that you can remember them
 in class for next time or look them up on your own.
 Ask for help
 your teachers are most likely easy to contact and willing to give you homeworlk
 support or a quick meeting to clarify things.
 Keep up with your work and engage in class:
 if you work out of your workbook/textbook a
 lot, your quizzes and tests will most likely reflect your books. Keep them up to date. Correct wrong
 answers and use the books together
rhubarbstudies:
[5/27/17]
My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check out the original doc he gave us here

rhubarbstudies: [5/27/17] My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check o...

0 to 100, Anaconda, and Finals: Meet Josh and Michelle. They matched on tinder since 2014 but still never met. And both of them kinda busy which took them 2 months to reply soo Verizon LTE 7:30 PM , 28% Michelle YOU MATCHED WITH MICHELLE ON 9/20/14 Nov 28, 2014, 11:04 PM Hey sorry my phone died! Nov 20, 2014 140 AM Wow you found that pretty fast. It usually takes me about five months to find my charger Nor 29, 2014 10107 PM Yeah I just wanted to make sure it was fully charged, 0 to 100 real slow. an 10, 2015, 10 45 PM Hey, sorry was in the shower Feb 13 2015, 12 25 AM Hey just saw this message, sorry I was in class May 18, 2015 441 PM Sorry Michelle I have made a horrible first impression, Fit really caught up with finals Dec 20. 2015, 8:3G P Hi I really do apologize for just now getting back to you, I've just had a really busy week Oct 10, 2010, 950 PM Michelle, I don't want you to think I'm rude, midterms are coming up and it's just been really hard to keep up with it all Feb 22, 2013 18 AM Hey Josh, just wanted to get back to you really quickly! Presidents' Day had me swamped recently, you know how it gets!! l72017, 211PM Type a Message Josh seriously wanna met Michelle but she dont wanna break the joke osh Avsec Hahahaha one day l'm going to meet this girl and it's going to be epic. Look at the dates of our tinder texts 12:21 AM-8 ul 2017 ClevelandOH O 12 11.26441.252 Michelle Arendas Follow sorry I'd reply but I need to give it a few months ! :30 AM-8 2017 t2581 5.439 Suddenly Tinder jump into their conversation because who the hel gonna wait another 2months Tinder Follow It's time you got together IRL You have 24 hrs to decide the city you want to have your first date in and we'll send you there! @mch nd twitter.com/Wes 03/status/ 025 PM-10 d 2037 t2 2,032 8,429 Tinder O Hi Josh, thanks for swiping right! Let's get you and Michelle to Maui. What's your email address? Tindert Im literally speechless! This is the most gracious thing anyone has done for me. My email address is Thank you with every muscle in my entire body 12 43 PM Tinder O Follow Aloha! We're sending you to Maui but you can't take two years to pack your bags! 04 PM-11 Jal 2017 13 722 4.973 Lucikest man on the planet Josh Avsec Follow Wow This is single handedly the coolest thing twitter has ever done for me. Be sure to check your DMs sometime at the end of August. 38 AM-B Jul 2017 13 241 3,412 Pro level procrastination
0 to 100, Anaconda, and Finals: Meet Josh and Michelle. They matched on tinder since 2014 but still
 never met. And both of them kinda busy which took them 2 months
 to reply
 soo Verizon LTE
 7:30 PM
 , 28%
 Michelle
 YOU MATCHED WITH MICHELLE ON 9/20/14
 Nov 28, 2014, 11:04 PM
 Hey sorry my phone died!
 Nov 20, 2014 140 AM
 Wow you found that pretty fast.
 It usually takes me about five
 months to find my charger
 Nor 29, 2014 10107 PM
 Yeah I just wanted to make sure it
 was fully charged, 0 to 100 real
 slow.
 an 10, 2015, 10 45 PM
 Hey, sorry was in the shower
 Feb 13 2015, 12 25 AM
 Hey just saw this message, sorry
 I was in class
 May 18, 2015 441 PM
 Sorry Michelle I have made a
 horrible first impression, Fit really
 caught up with finals
 Dec 20. 2015, 8:3G P
 Hi I really do apologize for just
 now getting back to you, I've just
 had a really busy week
 Oct 10, 2010, 950 PM
 Michelle, I don't want you to think
 I'm rude, midterms are coming
 up and it's just been really hard
 to keep up with it all
 Feb 22, 2013 18 AM
 Hey Josh, just wanted to get
 back to you really quickly!
 Presidents' Day had me
 swamped recently, you know
 how it gets!!
 l72017, 211PM
 Type a Message
 Josh seriously wanna met Michelle but she dont wanna break the joke
 osh Avsec
 Hahahaha one day l'm going to meet this girl and
 it's going to be epic. Look at the dates of our tinder
 texts
 12:21 AM-8 ul 2017 ClevelandOH
 O 12 11.26441.252
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Brains, Reddit, and Sorry: Depression seems to reveal what reality is. (self.depression) Do you guys ever feel like depression just reveals what reality is? Like when I'm on my Nope, sorry. There is a scientific reason you feel empty and why you feel so sure of your conclusions. Depression sets you up neurologically for confirmation bias and stagnation. if you've been depressed for more than a few months, your brain is physically disabled. Depression damages the hippocampus, the part of your brain that forms new neurons and interweaves them as you make new memories, new connections, new knowledge, new habits, new emotions, new perspectives, new motivations and inspirations. Healthy brains grow new neurons as we learn. Neural growth slows way down if you're depressed, to the point where new neurons can't keep up with learning, and most new info and experiences won't stick. When a depressed brain interacts with the world, it can no longer incorporate new experiences to adjust old thought cycles or modify old knowledge concepts with new information. Experiences should rearrange and teach your brain, but that happens less and less when your brain is depressed. Instead experiences roll right off you without effecting anything. You become stagnated, and thoughts seem to confirm your biases instead of contradicting them. The rest of your brain is not fully accessing your emotional center. You think that makes the world flat and meaningless. It really means your emotion center (amygdala) has stopped contributing emotions to your brain and world view like it normally would. You're not enlightened. Your brain is broken. That's harsh, but it's important. The damage is 100% reversible. Stuff like exercise, medication, and meditation grows back the damage and returns your neural growth to a normal rate after a few months. permalink embed oldmanyellsatcloud: tenderwear: Found this reddit post. This kinda makes me feel better. And it’s something I think about sometimes because I always feel like regardless of how hard I work on something I don’t get anywhere. Nice summary. If you’re curious, the anon here is referring to studies over the last decade that have pointed to major impacts on pattern separation with depression, and how depression can have major impacts on nonsynaptic plasticity. 
Brains, Reddit, and Sorry: Depression seems to reveal what reality is. (self.depression)
 Do you guys ever feel like depression just reveals what reality is? Like when I'm on my

 Nope, sorry. There is a scientific reason you feel empty and why you feel so sure of your conclusions.
 Depression sets you up neurologically for confirmation bias and stagnation. if you've been depressed
 for more than a few months, your brain is physically disabled. Depression damages the hippocampus,
 the part of your brain that forms new neurons and interweaves them as you make new memories,
 new connections, new knowledge, new habits, new emotions, new perspectives, new motivations and
 inspirations.
 Healthy brains grow new neurons as we learn. Neural growth slows way down if you're depressed, to
 the point where new neurons can't keep up with learning, and most new info and experiences won't
 stick. When a depressed brain interacts with the world, it can no longer incorporate new experiences
 to adjust old thought cycles or modify old knowledge concepts with new information. Experiences
 should rearrange and teach your brain, but that happens less and less when your brain is depressed.
 Instead experiences roll right off you without effecting anything. You become stagnated, and thoughts
 seem to confirm your biases instead of contradicting them.
 The rest of your brain is not fully accessing your emotional center. You think that makes the world flat
 and meaningless. It really means your emotion center (amygdala) has stopped contributing emotions
 to your brain and world view like it normally would.
 You're not enlightened. Your brain is broken. That's harsh, but it's important. The damage is 100%
 reversible. Stuff like exercise, medication, and meditation grows back the damage and returns your
 neural growth to a normal rate after a few months.
 permalink embed
oldmanyellsatcloud:

tenderwear:

Found this reddit post. This kinda makes me feel better. And it’s something I think about sometimes because I always feel like regardless of how hard I work on something I don’t get anywhere.

Nice summary. If you’re curious, the anon here is referring to studies over the last decade that have pointed to major impacts on pattern separation with depression, and how depression can have major impacts on nonsynaptic plasticity. 

oldmanyellsatcloud: tenderwear: Found this reddit post. This kinda makes me feel better. And it’s something I think about sometimes becaus...

Fall, Friends, and Life: After all, it's so small and easy to ignore often all the attention is hard to explain unlil it's too pouesful and out of control But neglect will only make it grous No MATTER THE SI2E OF your DEPRESSION... .ALWAYS TAKE CARE! Pehit potato tumblr,com athenadark: petitpotato: Something that I’ve learnt from my many years of struggling with depression is that it’s never really gone. Even at times when I feel good and healthy, I’m still always at risk of relapse. So far, I’ve experienced relapses every couple of years and one of the many reasons that happened is that I didn’t take my depression seriously enough. No one likes being mentally ill, so once depression doesn’t feel too present, I tend to ignore it. I quickly put myself under a lot of pressure, because everyone else does too, and since my depression isn’t acting up in that particular moment, I don’t feel like I have an excuse to take things easy. I feel like a liar and very disrespectful of other people’s hard work, so I push myself all the time to keep up with everyone. I don’t want to cause trouble because of something no one can see.While every single time seems still manageable to me, those situations keep stacking, until I can’t deal with the amount of stress anymore. Then I fall apart.This is a reminder to me and everyone else who’s in a similar situation: by accepting your depression and keeping it in mind, you’ll be able to live a healthier life in the long run. It’s difficult to miss out on certain things or to say “no” to friends because of something that isn’t an immediate problem. But every time you decide to take care of your needs, you will keep depression away a bit longer. As a depression sufferer myself I appreciate this and it reminds me of Mr Johnson’s Cat
Fall, Friends, and Life: After all, it's so small
 and easy to ignore
 often all the attention
 is hard to explain
 unlil it's too pouesful
 and out of control
 But neglect will only
 make it grous
 No MATTER THE SI2E OF your DEPRESSION...
 .ALWAYS TAKE CARE!
 Pehit potato tumblr,com
athenadark:

petitpotato:

Something that I’ve learnt from my many years of struggling with depression is that it’s never really gone. Even at times when I feel good and healthy, I’m still always at risk of relapse. So far, I’ve experienced relapses every couple of years and one of the many reasons that happened is that I didn’t take my depression seriously enough. No one likes being mentally ill, so once depression doesn’t feel too present, I tend to ignore it. I quickly put myself under a lot of pressure, because everyone else does too, and since my depression isn’t acting up in that particular moment, I don’t feel like I have an excuse to take things easy. I feel like a liar and very disrespectful of other people’s hard work, so I push myself all the time to keep up with everyone. I don’t want to cause trouble because of something no one can see.While every single time seems still manageable to me, those situations keep stacking, until I can’t deal with the amount of stress anymore. Then I fall apart.This is a reminder to me and everyone else who’s in a similar situation: by accepting your depression and keeping it in mind, you’ll be able to live a healthier life in the long run. It’s difficult to miss out on certain things or to say “no” to friends because of something that isn’t an immediate problem. But every time you decide to take care of your needs, you will keep depression away a bit longer.

As a depression sufferer myself I appreciate this and it reminds me of Mr Johnson’s Cat

athenadark: petitpotato: Something that I’ve learnt from my many years of struggling with depression is that it’s never really gone. Even ...