blackest-blood

Shout at my muse to see how they respond:

  • "I shouldn’t be in love with you!"
  • "It’s not fair!"
  • "I could kill you right now!"
  • "Knock it off!"
  • "Screw you!"
  • "You’re a complete moron!"
  • "I love this song!"
  • "Bring that here!"
  • "I hate you!"
  • "I’m pissed off!"
  • "Make me!"
  • "I wish you’d never been born!"
  • "I bought ice cream!"
  • "Kiss my ass!"
  • "Shut up!"
  • "I can’t do it anymore!"
  • "Take me home!"
  • "Just kiss me already!
  • "I can't be in love with you!"
  • "I can't believe this!"
  • "Piss off!"
  • "I wish things were that simple!"
  • "I love you!"
  • "Jump off a bridge!"
  • "You’re so hot!"
vodkapleasuresmile

ocevns:

6-packs:

ocevns:

america is like the popular girl in school: everyone talks shit about her behind her back, but as soon as she talks to them, everyone pretends they love her because they know they’ll be cooler and get invited to parties

and then canada is like america’s best friend, who’s like the uglier version of her, but all the other kids think she’s way nicer

mexico is like the weird kid who keeps trying to get really close to america to smell her hair

peacelovepastablog

lullabelleno:

heroes-get-made:

“This isn’t your typical love story…” opens the trailer for a movie about a white, heterosexual, cisgender, able-bodied, middle class, and likely loosely Christian couple who find each other through serendipity and a very small amount of actual work.

  (via fourofthem)

sixpenceee
sixpenceee:

When does this self-awareness set in? 
A particular study has shed some light. 
In this study, pregnant mothers read aloud a 3 minute story, in the last 6 weeks on their pregnancy. 
Within 2 days of birth, these babies were tested if they recognized the story or not. Researchers measured the rate of sucking a nipple, while the mothers read aloud the story. It turns out when the same story was read to them, the rate went up, but when it was a different story the rate went down.
They preferred the familiar story, hinting that 3rd trimester fetuses can acquire some audible information in the womb. 
Some say that a baby is completely unconscious until birth, this study proves that they are aware of auditory details even in the womb. 
The question of when thoughts start rising in the brain, is still up to debate, although scientists have found that 5 month old babies have working memory, and have certain spikes in their brain waves when seeing a moving object. 
Their brain reactions were similar to that of an adult suggesting they may be capable of thought. 
SOURCE: Evolution of Consciousness by Euan M. Macphail and this article
TWINS WHO MAY SHARE CONSCIOUSNESS

sixpenceee:

When does this self-awareness set in? 

A particular study has shed some light. 

In this study, pregnant mothers read aloud a 3 minute story, in the last 6 weeks on their pregnancy. 

Within 2 days of birth, these babies were tested if they recognized the story or not. Researchers measured the rate of sucking a nipple, while the mothers read aloud the story. It turns out when the same story was read to them, the rate went up, but when it was a different story the rate went down.

They preferred the familiar story, hinting that 3rd trimester fetuses can acquire some audible information in the womb. 

Some say that a baby is completely unconscious until birth, this study proves that they are aware of auditory details even in the womb. 

The question of when thoughts start rising in the brain, is still up to debate, although scientists have found that 5 month old babies have working memory, and have certain spikes in their brain waves when seeing a moving object. 

Their brain reactions were similar to that of an adult suggesting they may be capable of thought. 

SOURCE: Evolution of Consciousness by Euan M. Macphail and this article

TWINS WHO MAY SHARE CONSCIOUSNESS