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rnusicality:

fun statistics for adults!
“when I was a kid, I had no help with college tuition, I was hardworking and paid it all myself”
-Annual tuition for Yale, 1970: $2,550
-Annual tuition for Yale, 2014: $45,800
-Minimum Wage, 1970: $1.45
-Minimum Wage, 2014: $7.25
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 1970: 4.8
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 2014: 17.3

yamatohatake:

sauntering-vaguely-into-insanity:

officialundertaker:

grellsutc1iff:

antagonist does not equal bad guy

antagonist does not equal bad guy

antagonist does not equal bad guy

protagonist does not equal good guy

protagonist does not equal good guy

protagonist does not equal good guy

protagonist

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antagonist

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literally the defintion of protagnoist is the main character and the antagonist is the person who opposes him it has nothing to do with morals or right and wrong

(Source: darbroy)

In which my dad learns about purses and jeans sizes.

  • My dad:

    Your sister's crazy. Who'd want a $200 purse?

  • Me:

    She does.

  • My dad:

    What is it with ladies purses, anyway?

  • Me:

    (glancing at my purse) What do you mean?

  • My dad:

    How did that start--I mean, why do women use them? Doesn't it get tiring carrying a bag around all the time?

  • Me:

    (stands up and turns around) See those pockets?

  • My dad:

    ... Yes?

  • Me:

    What can I fit in them?

  • My dad:

    What?

  • Me:

    How many things do you think I could fit in my pockets? Honestly. How many things?

  • My dad:

    Doesn't look like you could fit much.

  • Me:

    A pack of Orbit, some folded bills, and that's about it. That's why we use purses--because we can't carry our shit in our pockets like you do.

  • My dad:

    But I can fit my wallet, my keys, and my cigarettes in my pockets!

  • Me:

    And your jeans also fit the way they should.

  • My dad:

    I'm almost afraid to ask, but what do you mean?

  • Me:

    Your jeans are sized by, what, your inseam and waist, right?

  • My dad:

    ... Aren't yours?

  • Me:

    I'm a size 3.

  • My dad:

    3 what?

  • Me:

    No, just a 3. A size 3.

  • My dad:

    What does that mean?

  • Me:

    I actually have no idea. I'm a size 3 in these jeans. In some other jeans, I'm a 5. I'm a 7 in my favorite pair of shorts.

  • My dad:

    Wait, it's not the same?

  • Me:

    Nope. A size 3 in one brand's jeans is completely different from a size 3 in another brand.

  • My dad:

    That's fucking stupid! How do you shop for them?!

  • Me:

    With great difficulty. This is why when you ask me what I did during the week and despite the fact I know you won't care I sometimes tell you I found a pair of jeans. Because finding a pair of jeans that fit and fit well is like finding the Holy Grail with your name encrusted in diamonds on it

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