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She knows

(Source: all-shamy)

“I know it doesn’t seem like it to you, but for me, what we have; it’s extremely intimate”

—   Sheldon Cooper (via lizziear)

journeyintohiddlestiel:

imagine sheldon saying to amy, “well i remember our first kiss but you don’t because you were intoxicated” and amy says “what was it like?” and sheldon doesn’t even say anything back. instead he just kisses amy like she had kissed him…

"then you went to vomit. i’m won’t do that."

bigbangsheldon asked: SIK 1 vs SIK 2

Why you might ask? Because it’s Sheldon himself kissing her just because and confirming it’s a normal thing for them now.

(Source: gothictexan123)

64bitwar:

"Bow down BITCHES""Don’t say bossy"
You know, I really believe the idea that we do shit like this to make ourselves feel good about having no real problems. I really do. Weak, pussified culture, reminds itself it’s all okay with fake problems.

64bitwar:

"Bow down BITCHES"
"Don’t say bossy"

You know, I really believe the idea that we do shit like this to make ourselves feel good about having no real problems. I really do. Weak, pussified culture, reminds itself it’s all okay with fake problems.

teddyrooseveltvevo:

as some people may have already noticed, google has added a link to their homepage advertising #banbossy, a movement to teach young girls how to be independent and assertive. from the website’s home page:
"When a little boy asserts himself, he’s called a ‘leader’. Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded ‘bossy’. Words like bossy send a message: don’t raise your hand or speak up. By middle school, girls are less interested in leading than boys- a trend that continues into adulthood. Together we can encourage girls to lead."
on the website, you can “pledge to ban bossy”, and that will automatically share the site on your facebook. you can share on other social media sites as well. the site has videos explaining their cause, lists of helpful tips for parents to help their daughters, and tons of other really cool stuff. if you’re not already sold on it, the movement is partially funded by the girl scouts (just one more reason to add to the list of why theyre becoming freaking awesome).
please spread around to let others know!!

teddyrooseveltvevo:

as some people may have already noticed, google has added a link to their homepage advertising #banbossy, a movement to teach young girls how to be independent and assertive. from the website’s home page:

"When a little boy asserts himself, he’s called a ‘leader’. Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded ‘bossy’. Words like bossy send a message: don’t raise your hand or speak up. By middle school, girls are less interested in leading than boys- a trend that continues into adulthood. Together we can encourage girls to lead."

on the website, you can “pledge to ban bossy”, and that will automatically share the site on your facebook. you can share on other social media sites as well. the site has videos explaining their cause, lists of helpful tips for parents to help their daughters, and tons of other really cool stuff. if you’re not already sold on it, the movement is partially funded by the girl scouts (just one more reason to add to the list of why theyre becoming freaking awesome).

please spread around to let others know!!

He put his good hand on the marble rail and vaulted over, rolling as he hit the sand. The bear turned at the thump, sniffing, watching this new intruder warily. Jaime scrambled to one knee. Well, what in seven hells do I do now? He filled his fist with sand. “Kingslayer?” he heard Brienne say, astonished.

“Jaime.” He uncoiled, flinging the sand at the bear’s face. The bear mauled the air and roared like blazes.

“What are you doing here?”

“Something stupid. Get behind me.” He circled toward her, putting himself between Brienne and the bear.

(Source: oathkeeprs, via maybeiwantthetrouble)

maybeiwantthetrouble:

"Where will she be safer than here?"