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MY GEEKY LIFE


This is a story/blog about my geeky life. it has ups and downs, happy times and sad times. it is a novel of life-size porportions

geekparenting:

Errr shouldn’t someone look into that ;)

Breaking Bad, Level: Reality

geekparenting:

Errr shouldn’t someone look into that ;)

Breaking Bad, Level: Reality

your bad. AND I LIKE IT!!!!! REAON #12549743 IS WHY LSP IS MY SPIRIT ANIMAL. ALSO, I LOVE HER SASS.

That moment when you are watching this with a little child and you are the only one that relizes that this is a bondage referance

NOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPE.

NOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPENOPE.

staff:

yalipop:

Does the staff actually ever reply to posts or is that just a myth?

No one will believe you.

No one has to believe me. I have the goddess, Nyx on my side, and she believes me. 

ANNNNDDDD….THIS IS HOW PARENTS NEED TO THINK ABOUT WHAT THEY SAY, BEFORE THEY SAY IT!!!!

ANNNNDDDD….THIS IS HOW PARENTS NEED TO THINK ABOUT WHAT THEY SAY, BEFORE THEY SAY IT!!!!

wired:


For every story you hear about investors behaving badly, there are far worse stories that many women wouldn’t dare to tell. “The most common thing I hear from other women is: ‘Oh the stories I’ll tell once I’m far enough along that I don’t have to worry about being shamed,’” says Kathryn Minshew, co-founder of the job search and career advice site The Muse.
For women who have experienced this bias—and there are many—the simple act of talking about it is taboo. There’s a notion that acknowledging the problem only exacerbates it. No one wants to be known as the woman who cried sexism for fear of being labeled a tattletale, a liability, or, at the very least, not worth the trouble. And yet, it’s only through these stories that we can begin to understand that the statistics aren’t the result of some fluke or mass oversight, but a very real problem that needs to be solved.

MORE.

i thought that this was a hipster painting representing marcaline, under her daddys problems and binds.

wired:

For every story you hear about investors behaving badly, there are far worse stories that many women wouldn’t dare to tell. “The most common thing I hear from other women is: ‘Oh the stories I’ll tell once I’m far enough along that I don’t have to worry about being shamed,’” says Kathryn Minshew, co-founder of the job search and career advice site The Muse.

For women who have experienced this bias—and there are many—the simple act of talking about it is taboo. There’s a notion that acknowledging the problem only exacerbates it. No one wants to be known as the woman who cried sexism for fear of being labeled a tattletale, a liability, or, at the very least, not worth the trouble. And yet, it’s only through these stories that we can begin to understand that the statistics aren’t the result of some fluke or mass oversight, but a very real problem that needs to be solved.

MORE.

i thought that this was a hipster painting representing marcaline, under her daddys problems and binds.

geekparenting:

Hahahaha

i have never faceplamed so hard in my life, and then thought of how my mom once got me a turtle, (it was stuffed animal, dont worry animal protection!) and dyed it TARDIS blue. then gave it to me on my birthday, and said, its the TORDIS!!! with a face full of happiness.

geekparenting:

Hahahaha

i have never faceplamed so hard in my life, and then thought of how my mom once got me a turtle, (it was stuffed animal, dont worry animal protection!) and dyed it TARDIS blue. then gave it to me on my birthday, and said, its the TORDIS!!! with a face full of happiness.

when ever i run out of katsup, and the resturant wont give me anymore, i scream UNNACCEPTABLE!!!!!!! Then, i leave with paying, and a bigtip, yet, i write on the bill,  Lemongrabs face.

when ever i run out of katsup, and the resturant wont give me anymore, i scream UNNACCEPTABLE!!!!!!! Then, i leave with paying, and a bigtip, yet, i write on the bill,  Lemongrabs face.

staff:

fox-comiccon-2013:

Dan Mintz shows us how Bob’s Burgers is a big hit at FOX SDCC.

Dan Mintz, beloved voice of Tina in Bob’s Burgers, was brutally murdered in our photo booth during Comic-Con.

this is accuratly how reality hits me when i cant find the charger for mty dead computer

staff:

fox-comiccon-2013:

Dan Mintz shows us how Bob’s Burgers is a big hit at FOX SDCC.

Dan Mintz, beloved voice of Tina in Bob’s Burgers, was brutally murdered in our photo booth during Comic-Con.

this is accuratly how reality hits me when i cant find the charger for mty dead computer