y Trying to understand bigotry. #idiots #homophobic

Trying to understand bigotry. #idiots #homophobic

Am I the only one that fears losing their love? There’s nothing to fear, but I fear change. I shouldn’t though.

Excited for my boyfriend’s job interview today. And I’m also so happy for what the future will bring for both of us. Can’t wait.

Summer and Now

The last two months have been incredible: I Met someone whom I enjoyed each moment that has gone by. Yesterday was the first day of fall, and well, I anticipate a great season with this guy. I don’t have much to say, but I hope for the best.

meowmrieatepaint:

masteriz:

weareimmunetobullets:

con-ceal:

IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS FUCKING VIDEO WATCH IT RIGHT NOW ITS ALL ABOUT THE BOOTY

TUMBLR, I NEED A GIF OF THE ASS CLAPPING RIGHT AWAY.

The truth

i am laughing so hard.

This made me be a fan of the butt.

ricktimus:

Oh my god.

I had the best night in a while with a special guy. Still smiling

y neurosciencestuff:

Neymar’s brain on auto-pilot
Brazilian superstar Neymar’s brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10 per cent the level of amateur players, suggesting he plays as if on auto-pilot, according to Japanese neurologists.
Results of brain scans conducted on Neymar indicate minimal cerebral function when he rotates his ankle and point to the Barcelona striker’s wizardry being uncannily natural.
"From MRI images, we discovered Neymar’s brain activity to be less than 10 per cent of an amateur player," researcher Eiichi Naito said on Friday.
"It is possible genetics is a factor, aided by the type of training he does."
The findings were published in the Swiss journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience following a series of motor skills tests carried out on the 22-year-old Neymar and several other athletes in Barcelona in February.
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(Image: Sergio Moraes / REUTERS)

neurosciencestuff:

Neymar’s brain on auto-pilot

Brazilian superstar Neymar’s brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10 per cent the level of amateur players, suggesting he plays as if on auto-pilot, according to Japanese neurologists.

Results of brain scans conducted on Neymar indicate minimal cerebral function when he rotates his ankle and point to the Barcelona striker’s wizardry being uncannily natural.

"From MRI images, we discovered Neymar’s brain activity to be less than 10 per cent of an amateur player," researcher Eiichi Naito said on Friday.

"It is possible genetics is a factor, aided by the type of training he does."

The findings were published in the Swiss journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience following a series of motor skills tests carried out on the 22-year-old Neymar and several other athletes in Barcelona in February.

Read more

(Image: Sergio Moraes / REUTERS)