fuckyeaharonkwak:

jojje94:

Notification trolling.

HOLY

arcticwankies:

respond to all anon hate with this gif

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hejibits:

All those times you thought you felt a text message were actually a cute lil ghost who wanted to be your friend.

You monster.

themouseabides:

Knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein is not the monster.

Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein is the monster.

Matilda (1996)

Sometimes Matilda longed for a friend, somebody like the kind, courageous people in her books. But it occurred to her that talking dragons and princesses with hair long enough to climb, such people would only exist in storybooks.

GOOOO WALLABIES!

dont-dropdead-dropthebeat:

rilgon:

lieutenantbites:

nosdrinker:

eveltal:

supamuthafuckinvillain:

sageoftenpaths:

WOW

I’m pretty sure you’ve reached Legendary Status when the God of Skating, Tony Hawk looses his shit

That’s literally the move Christ Air from the first tony hawk pro skater game

HE REALLY DID IT

holy
FUCKING SHIT

so wait

someone literally had the balls of vibranium it takes to attempt christ air

in front of Tony Hawk

AND STUCK IT

jfc

ashiecrackerr:

So in my basic drawing class we are learning to draw facial features and I couldnt help myself to draw eyes on all the lips

ryanandmath:

Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman and first Iranian to be awarded the Fields Medal!

The Fields Medal is one of the highest honors granted in math. Every four years the medal is awarded at the International Congress of the International Mathematical Union to two, three, or four mathematicians under the age of 40. Along with the Abel Prize, it is considered “the mathematician’s Nobel Prize.”

Mirzakhani’s work focuses on Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces and connecting aspects of differential geometry, complex analysis, and dynamical systems. Currently she is working on developing the understanding of billiards and translation surfaces with fellow mathematician Alex Wright. A fantastic overview of her life can be found in this article.

The Fields Medal was also awarded to Artur Avila (dynamical systems), Manjul Bhargava (number theory), and Martin Hairer (stochastic differential equations).

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