Okay, now I’m in school, but just earlier today I was on the bus, and some really old gross beer smelling trash guy sat besides me.

He got too uncomfortably close and turned around to look at me over and over. I noticed this with the reflection of my phone. 

And then when the bus arrived my stop, he didn’t want to stand up from the seat, he just moved his legs so I could leave, but I’m carrying a giant-ass bag so I couldn’t and because I knew he was a creep, I growled “GET OUT OF THE WAY” and pushed him with my huge-ass bag. 

Worst part is that he reeked.

I would never trade our current generations’ cartoons for the 90s cartoons, nah son. Modern cartoon aesthetics are way better, colors are better, storylines are better, look at Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls and Over the Garden Wall. 

today was a good day! mostly due to the Pepe Shrinky dinks but I mean I didn’t do much at school and I barely have any homework so it’s been pretty chill. I feel pretty tired but what’s new about that lmao

PHILIPPINES - A boy pushes a wooden cart with his siblings on it at a market in Manila on April 24, 2015. The Philippines beat expectations after a surprising economic rebound saw growth accelerate in the last three months of 2014, with officials predicting further strong expansion in the year ahead. AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS


German: Textbook vs. Reality

“I talk about the difference between the German we learn in school and the German we learn abroad. And believe me, I had many things I didn’t get to mention! I also try to speak Pfälzisch. It’s probably really bad. If you’re interested, here are a few places to learn more about the dialect where I live in Germany!”

Random person’s video from Germersheim, Rheinland-Pfalz in Southwestern Germany. She’s from Louisiana, USA.

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