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Why the MBTI types don't do prank calls
  • INTJ: they got too frustrated when their recipients were so gullible.
  • INTP: they are forcibly prevented from doing so since the last incident.
  • ENTJ: they're too busy at business meetings.
  • ENTP: no one knows the difference between their normal calls and prank calls. they seem to always be pranking.
  • INFJ: they have no idea how to hide their caller id.
  • INFP: they don't currently have a phone.
  • ENFJ: they came up with something too obscure and inoffensive that no one would even let them do it.
  • ENFP: they just burst into random maniacal laughter halfway through, giving themselves away.
  • ISTJ: they're afraid of being caught.
  • ISFJ: they're afraid of hurting someone's feelings.
  • ESTJ: so that they can tell others not to do so and seem like the better person.
  • ESFJ: they're always on the receiving end because they're so gullible.
  • ISTP: their phone isn't currently functioning because they pulled it just apart so they could put it back together again.
  • ISFP: a teacher confiscated their mobile three years ago and they never got it back.
  • ESTP: they haven't payed their phone bill yet.
  • ESFP: everyone knows it's them.
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Amazing followers, we asked, and By Loki, did you answer, in the time since I asked, we received close to 40 imagines. Thank you all so much. Needless to say, it will take a week to get through them all, but each one made the queue so along with our great stories, we are well stocked on great imagines for great ideas to come. 

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Originally posted by spindle-berry

Originally posted by maryxglz

I might have a talk with Kae and reconsider this whole zine thing. May or may not be just a little too much for me to handle on top of the blog; seems like double the negativity and animosity is smothering us, to the point where I had to turn off the anon feature.

We’ll reply to people privately unless they give us permission to post it publicly. For now, I’m going to go play OW because I just need a break from all this. There’ll probably be a queue going on, but we never tag our queues so it’ll look like normal posts.

Later, folks.


I went through a real punk stage-I had braids, red hair, pink hair, green hair, I cut it into a Mohawk, the lot. Then about five years ago, I dyed it dark and stayed out of the sun to get pale, because I hated looking like everyone else, all blonde hair and tanned skin.


#tidappreciationweek17: day four ≡ favourite platonic relationship

“I cannot leave you to face death alone,” Will whispered, but he knew he was beaten; the sands of his will had run out.
Jem touched the parabatai rune on his shoulder, through the thin material of his nightshirt. “I am not alone,” he said. “Wherever we are, we are as one.”

anonymous asked:

I don't understand how facists are Nazis (Nazis we're socialists) I don't understand how advocating free speech makes someone a fascist (basically the opposite of fascism) I don't understand how you can know someone's political leaning without having a conversation with them? I also don't understand why people stopped debating? That's how you get a point across. Violence creates more violence. This is just two different groups of people screaming "let us talk" while beating each other up. Wtf

what the ever loving fuck are you on about?

Study moods
  • Productive procrastination: having an essay due in a couple of days but reluctantly chooses to do homework instead.
  • Early bird: waking up at 6am and having a nice study session before school starts.
  • Late owl: stays up late to finish that one essay you procrastinated doing earlier.
  • In through one ear and out the other: reading the same paragraph five times and still wondering what it's about.
  • Slow but steady: when I make slow progress but I'm very proud of myself.
  • I don't want to: laying on your bed and continuously thinking that you will start studying in five minutes. Alternatively you stare at your book for a prolonged period of time.
  • The master of the free period: the times that you have a snack and a nice spot in the library and just study.