1. gallifreyan-gallimaufry:




    I want to go to this exact point and run around it saying “I’m in Sweden!” I’m in Finland!” “I’m in Norway!” until I get tired

    i aspire to great things in life

    According to Google Maps, that point is in the middle of a small lake.

    So we’ll do it in January when it’s frozen.

    actually that’s why they’ve helpfully dropped a big-ass cement block with a bridge surrounding it in the middle of the lake: for the express purpose of doing what OP aspires to do

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  2. perks-of-being-chinese:


    this video keeps me young


    (Source: nevereverbeensosatisfied, via rightsided)

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  6. xion1212:



    And socialism is different? Or Progressivism? Or Communism? All whom create poor quality products and no real choice? 

    "Less choices"????


    Capitalism is why we can choose from ten brands of gum that all offer spearmint flavor. Because I don’t like any spearmint gum except trident but that doesn’t mean everyone else likes it too.

    People can be so ignorant.

    This is why I have gray hair at 23.



    (Source: comunistalibertario, via objectivistnerd)

  7. spiritvs-evropa:



    Whilst in Sydney in 1994, a man apparently tries to assassinate Prince Charles. And not a single fuck was given by His Royal Highness.


    That look on his face.

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  8. meinefluchderzeit:

    animals with albinism - imgur.com

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  10. ihateyolandasaldivar:


    Language Patterns: Spanish and Portuguese 

    Noticing patterns from Spanish -> Portuguese helped me improve really quickly, because I would be able to guess a word in Portuguese based on the patterns I knew and the word I knew in Spanish. 

    All words that are similar (no matter what language) may be an exception though, so it’s not always 100% reliable. 

    This also helps with trying to figure out pronunciation. The first one that comes to mind is the ñ/nh example. They sound similar except one is with a different accent. 

    *Note: In the –les/–is chart, there’s the word, “legais” under Portuguese. It means “legal” but is used frequently as “cool” in Brazil. 
    Example: Você é muito legal (singular), Vocês são muito legais (plural)

    "I speak Portuguese fluently"

    This is literally all you have to learn in Portuguese as Spanish speakers. 

    If you want to learn Portuguese and you’re a Spanish speaker, take an intensive 6 week course in college and listen to some songs, and  bam you’ll be fluent. And if you’re not by then, then bye

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