it really annoys me when people pass on m giveaways because like

??

why did you enter in the first place then

i really hate having to bump people up ugh

tsuthetiger:

I thought mami used muskets

tsuthetiger:

and I thought madoka used arrows?!

draggu:

draggu:

i wonder how many candy canes i can fit in my mouth

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the answer is 19

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peetamellarkeys:

birdthenerd:

I have never reblogged something so fast in my life

nobodysuspectsthebutterfly:

nijuukoo:

kimberlyspeter:

luftkissenfahrzeug:

clarri:

wowfunniestposts:

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Calculus
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Algebra
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Theorem
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Analysis
Harry Potter and the Order of Operations
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Statistician
Harry Potter and the Deathly Algorithms

OH MY FUCKING GOD

AND THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS 

I’m in Dumbledores math club…

More like Harry Hypotternuse.


You’re a mathemagician, Harry.

nobodysuspectsthebutterfly:

nijuukoo:

kimberlyspeter:

luftkissenfahrzeug:

clarri:

wowfunniestposts:

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Calculus

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Algebra

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Theorem

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Analysis

Harry Potter and the Order of Operations

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Statistician

Harry Potter and the Deathly Algorithms

OH MY FUCKING GOD

AND THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS

I’m in Dumbledores math club…

More like Harry Hypotternuse.

You’re a mathemagician, Harry.

Easy Guide To Hatching Eggs: Pokemon X&Y

whiskerpillar:

Step 1: Go to Lumiose City and go to the Prism Tower Plaza, get on your bike, aline your character somewhere in the middle of the street so you don’t bump into anything.

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Step 2:  Grab a quarter or any other small coin and stick it under the analog so that your player moves in a straight line.image

Step 3: Let the quarter do all the work while you continue to spend hours onlineimage

Step 5: Hatched!

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moriarty:

cinnabutt:

wwankin:

hey doesn’t Sherlock have a best friend or something in this show?

John Wazowski

moriarty:

cinnabutt:

wwankin:

hey doesn’t Sherlock have a best friend or something in this show?

John Wazowski

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teratomarty:

devilduck:

"Worlds Smartest Dog" Knows 1,200 Words, Understands Syntax and can Make Inferences
Chaser has been able to learn more human language than any other non-primate—and, in fact, more than almost any primate. Chaser knows upwards of 1,200 words. Not just nouns, but also verbs and modifiers like adjectives and prepositions…
Chaser has also been proven to retain the names of objects after learning them, even if she hasn’t seen them in years…
What really excites [Pilley] is the idea of teaching Chaser other elements of language: how words interact, how one word can modify another, and how words can signify more than one thing.
Chaser is the first known dog to understand the concept of categories in human speech. If you tell her to “fetch ball,” and have set aside a ball, even if she’s never seen that specific ball before she’ll understand that the word “ball,” for her, refers to something round and bouncy. And fetch it.
Branching off from that is Chaser’s ability to make inferences. Say you set out three objects for her: one is a Fuzzy, one is a Bamboozel, and one is a New Balance sneaker. Chaser knows the first two objects, knows them by name, but has never seen that sneaker before. But tell her to “fetch New Balance,” and she’ll walk over to the three objects, puzzled, and analyze them for a second. She’ll walk among them, look at them carefully, and then gently grab the sneaker and bring it back to you—because she has figured out that she has to fetch something and this weird object is the only thing that could possibly match up with that weird sound you told her to fetch.
(via I Met The World’s Smartest Dog | Popular Science)

I call shenanigans. She’s a werewolf.

teratomarty:

devilduck:

"Worlds Smartest Dog" Knows 1,200 Words, Understands Syntax and can Make Inferences

Chaser has been able to learn more human language than any other non-primate—and, in fact, more than almost any primate. Chaser knows upwards of 1,200 words. Not just nouns, but also verbs and modifiers like adjectives and prepositions

Chaser has also been proven to retain the names of objects after learning them, even if she hasn’t seen them in years…

What really excites [Pilley] is the idea of teaching Chaser other elements of language: how words interact, how one word can modify another, and how words can signify more than one thing.

Chaser is the first known dog to understand the concept of categories in human speech. If you tell her to “fetch ball,” and have set aside a ball, even if she’s never seen that specific ball before she’ll understand that the word “ball,” for her, refers to something round and bouncy. And fetch it.

Branching off from that is Chaser’s ability to make inferences. Say you set out three objects for her: one is a Fuzzy, one is a Bamboozel, and one is a New Balance sneaker. Chaser knows the first two objects, knows them by name, but has never seen that sneaker before. But tell her to “fetch New Balance,” and she’ll walk over to the three objects, puzzled, and analyze them for a second. She’ll walk among them, look at them carefully, and then gently grab the sneaker and bring it back to you—because she has figured out that she has to fetch something and this weird object is the only thing that could possibly match up with that weird sound you told her to fetch.

(via I Met The World’s Smartest Dog | Popular Science)

I call shenanigans. She’s a werewolf.

michaelperry95:

J.K Rowling you genius