My name is Bri. I'm a 19 years old girl from West Michigan with a passion for anything beautiful and simplistic. My weaknesses include indie movies, clothes that are 2x too big, and boys that look homeless. Talk to me, I'm a nice lady, I swear!

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feury:

they say the best things in life are free

is food free

is internet free

guess not

THERE’S FREE WIFI AT MCDONALD’S AND YOU COULD SCAVENGE FOR FRIES LIKE A PIGEON

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opens window curtains, takes 50 selfies in natural light, closes window curtains

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egberts:

driving is so dangerous ur literally controlling a giant metal contraption with a circle and some foot buttons

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jill-bird:

You see Spongebob,  It’s a metaphor. You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but never give it the power to kill you.
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pointmybodyouttosea:

i can watch this for hours

fuck you and your steady hand :’(

sorry for the porn


this is so soothing

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Bunny falls asleep
Funny Stuff you like?
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"What is the Illuminati?"

TL;DR The “original” Illuminati were a bunch of scientists trying to advance research in medicine and astronomy whilst avoiding prosecution by the (deeply catholic) bavarian authorities. Our understanding of a “secret world domination” order has nothing to do with what the Illuminati were!

Originally, “the Illuminati” refers to the “bavarian Illuminati” founded some time in the 1770s in a little town called Ingolstadt (thats where Audi, the car brand, comes from). It was a group founded to secretly pass on scientific knowledge and advance research especially regarding medicine and astronomy. The reason why they had to turn it into a secret order was the deeply religious and conservative society back then, which basically deemed science the work of the devil.

About 15 years later they were officially disbanded and the bavarian king banned them along with the freemasons and other secret orders. Later on it was claimed that they never ceased to exist and that their influence has led to various historical events such as the french revolution, the two world wars or the terrorist attacks on 9-11.

There is no evidence that this order still exists (compared to the freemasons, who are still very active) and it definitely never was anything like the secret world domination order we think it was… That’s mostly due to shitty books like Dan Browns Illuminati and some ridiculous US historian (cant remember his name, sorry) who basically made up their stories and spread them out across the world…

If you want to know more I can post some more information later on…

Source: I am from that area and have worked as an intern with historians researching the secret orders from back then and their influence nowadays.

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"Why does paper get permanently altered when it gets wet?"

It actually isn’t permanently changed. When paper factories make paper, they push unsettled paper through high pressure steam rollers to smooth it out. When you get the paper wet, the paper unsets itself and goes back to its rough original texture. You can push it back through a steam roller to smooth it out again, and that is partly what happens when we recycle paper.

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unshaped:

WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON???
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