"This isnt a project that you will be able to do the night before"
reblog if u understand this inspirational message
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I like the person that read this in bass clef
I LITERALLY DO 8 SECONDS OF WORK THEN REWARD MYSELF WITH 40 MINUTES OF TUMBLR LIKE CAN I STOP DOING THAT
In case anyone was wondering what state of mind I am in because of finals, I just tried to open my drink that had no cap on it for about two minutes.
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
This game is the intro to my fan adventure, Don’t Go to Sleep.
In this game you can explore Terezi’s dream and watch as a mystery begins to unfold before you.
SEIZURE WARNING FOR SOME PARTS!!
Also it might be kinda loud so if you are wearing headphones I’d suggest turning the volume WAY down.
You can play the game here.
HERES THE GAME GUYS.
A TEREZI GAME!?!?!?!??!?!?!??!?!?!?!??!
IS IT CHRISTMAS?!??!?!?!?!
I am having the worst writters block right now. Here is my prompt, please help me come up with at least a direction to go with this paper or a politician to write to.
“For this final essay consider the question, do you think you have a better shot at a good life than your parents did in the American Political/Economic climate? Model your answer in the form of a letter to the political figure of your choice. Who this figure is will depend on the details of your letter, meaning the exact nature of your admiration or grievance (the former if you think you have it better off than your parents, the latter if you think the future less hopeful). Consider the levels of government that exist in the United States today, county/city, state, and federal. The political figure of your choice will depend on the level of government that can best handle your complaint or confidence. If you have a problem with Wall Street a letter to your local mayor will probably not do much good. In addition to good examples (you are encouraged to use at least one outside source) backing your grievance/admiration remember to include a good thesis statement toward the beginning of the letter. A good thesis should be argumentative with a confident should/because… statement. Good luck.”