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jerkidiot:

has anyone ever seen a volcano entered in a science fair or is that just a myth from tv and movies

has anyone ever actually had a science fair

We did at my junior high and I went to State both years. The first year I compared the bacteria level in dogs’ mouths to humans’ to see which mouth was cleaner. The second year, I compared the shape of the red blood cells of different animals. So no, it is not a movie myth…and neither is the volcano one. Those were done by the kids who didn’t care about science, but had to do something.

Queen of the Nerds

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fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

oeve-at-221b:

my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you:

albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain

What?

nobody say a word

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I made homemade cinnamon rolls for my Sunday School class for Easter. I was so proud of my bread and the way they came out that I had to take pictures. They would have been bigger if I had allowed them to rise again before baking them and put them in a bigger pan, but you live you learn.

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I did something really bad, but O do they taste so good!

I made baked chocolate cake donuts with a glaze. I decided to use a heart shaped cookie cutter instead of a traditional round one. The glaze could have been done a little better. Despite the looks, they are delicious.

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pussoliath:

WHY DO PUPPIES DO THIS LIKE LEG THROWING THING IT’S SO CUTE I WANT TO PUKE

One theory is that dogs will place their paws on top of things to show their dominance over the other individual/thing/dog. For example when you are in the battle of wills with your dog and he/she is constantly trying to put their paws on you, they are not trying to be cute but are trying to assert their dominance on the matter. My dog does it when I try to cut her nails. So, this puppy is trying to dominate the camera…
"Get back here, you will kneel before me!"
(Okay someone who has great editing skills needs to put Loki’s helmet on this puppy - thank you)

pussoliath:

WHY DO PUPPIES DO THIS LIKE LEG THROWING THING IT’S SO CUTE I WANT TO PUKE

One theory is that dogs will place their paws on top of things to show their dominance over the other individual/thing/dog. For example when you are in the battle of wills with your dog and he/she is constantly trying to put their paws on you, they are not trying to be cute but are trying to assert their dominance on the matter. My dog does it when I try to cut her nails. So, this puppy is trying to dominate the camera…

"Get back here, you will kneel before me!"

(Okay someone who has great editing skills needs to put Loki’s helmet on this puppy - thank you)

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pajamaben:

"Billy where is your homework?"

"im sorry Ms. Klein my dog- *sees dog in the window make a throat cutting motion* -gone cat ate it”

One time in college I received my pathophysiology test back with bit marks. My teacher apologized and explained that her cat got a hold of it and took off running with it. 

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This is exactly why I REFUSE to watch any movie where the animal is the lead character. It took me two years before I watched ‘War Horse,’ and even then it was with great hesitation.

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twotabletaylor:

what does a room without a roof even FEEL like?

a fenced in backyard

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my favorite thing about school was sitting with your friend and flipping through a random textbook pointing at ugly pictures and saying “that’s you.”

I do this with the students when I substitute teach. The look on their faces is priceless and then they flip so fast through the book in order to find an uglier picture to show me and point out that it is me.

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Watched a movie tonight called, “Into the White.” It was a wonderful film based on true events during WWII. It takes place in Norway. A German plane and British plane are shot down. The two opposing sides end up meeting at a cabin in the middle of a white out.

The actors all do a fantastic job. Although, I was worried about one in particular…Rupert Grint. I had never seen him in anything before (no, I have not seen Harry Potter) and didn’t know how he would fair against the others, but I was happily surprised.

The f-word does get dropped at the beginning quite a bit by Grint’s character, but it quickly disappears from his dialogue. The development of the characters and plot are fantastic. I would highly recommend this movie.