that will ferrell movie anchorman is on all the time and as a result this happened
and so did this:
veronica am i doing suave!korra right yet
(actually don’t answer that this comic is STUPID)
-spits and laughs-
One day we’ll be in a Marvel movie, sitting there as something doesn’t feel right. and as the credits start to roll we’ll know what it is. It will flash up on screen and our hearts will break. “In loving memory of Stan Lee”. There was no cameo in that movie. And there never will be again.
XDDDDDDD OMG I CAN’T
You know how when you are programming and you run into a problem and have no idea how to fix it, and you keep working at it and it just doesn’t work, and you get fed up and work on something else for a while, and when you come back to the problem and try a new approach and it works on the first…
Story of my life.
Fight The Power!
Happy National Masturbation Month
Look Jason you made it into the science tag
“i just like to be happy and not take things seriously why do you always have to be so negative” more like “i want to be happy at your expense i dont take your feelings seriously why should i care about what you think”
Being truly happy never comes at the expense of someone. Perhaps the, “why”, is less in the sense of, “How come you can’t be happy like me?” and more in the sense of, “What is it, or what things made you feel this way?”
When we constantly feel something, we start to constantly to perceive the world as such.
For example: If you are depressed, then your perception and view of things will be depressing. Kind of like how people who are depressed after a relationship only see how depressing music is. Vice versa, if you feel love, aka, you are IN love, then you start to have a loving perception of things. Things seem more profound, and little things don’t really bother you.
And just as it is that you feel people can’t understand why it is the way you feel, maybe you should try to understand why it is that people are try to be happy.
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