anonymous said:

are you planning on colin into playing the lead role in a movie you write and then casually getting to know him, marry him, growing old together, being a cute writer and actor couple who met over your successful movie but only you knowing that you had been running a blog p much dedicated to his existence for years

[overwrought laughter] what? [shifty eyes] that’s - what! what are you even talking about?! [sweats nervously]


i thrive on the fact that when i start speaking in class i hear a collective sigh

Sips and Sjin would be those two antagonists in a Disney movie who are totally in sync with each other, that the protagonist meets, doesn’t trust but tags along with anyways, and then gets in a crap ton of trouble.

Since it’s the beginning of the semester and all I figured that it would be only right of me to put this out there early; The first guy to 'Sure, babe' me this year is going to go on my do not call ever again list because that’s probably the most annoying thing a guy can ever say to a girl. Anyway, I don’t have any classes tomorrow and I want to do something fun. Someone give me some suggestions.


I saw the Maze Runner with my little brother...
  • Brandon (near the end of the movie, a few minutes before Gally shows up):"The movie is over."
  • Me:"No it's not, shut up."
  • Brandon:"Yes, it is."
  • Me:"No, I read the book and you didn't so I would know."
  • *Gally shows up and almost kills Thomas*
  • Brandon:*speechless*
  • Me *in tears*:"I told you so."
All of the statistics
  • Big Boss:So I want you to give a statistics class to the IACUC [big wigs] at their semi-annual meeting.
  • Me:Sure thing! What would you like it to cover?
  • Big Boss:Statistics.
  • Me:...Ummm ... any specific requests?
  • Big Boss:Oh you know. Just the stuff that can come up in experimental protocols.
  • Me:So... that could be like... everything.
  • Big Boss:Exactly. But not too much. You'll have 45 minutes to speak. Bring hand outs. The meeting is in 3 weeks. Good luck!


As many of you know, I have a background as a chemistry teacher. I’ve come to realize that much of what I teach my students applies not only to what goes on in the classroom, but in life also. It’s not as crazy as it sounds. You see, technically, chemistry is the study of matter, but I prefer to see it as the study of change: Electrons change their energy levels. Molecules change their bonds. Elements combine and change into compounds. But that’s all of life, right? It’s the constant, it’s the cycle. It’s solution, dissolution. Just over and over and over. It is growth, then decay, then transformation. It’s fascinating really. It’s a shame so many of us never take time to consider its implications.

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