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    terezi-pie-rope:

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    abseas:

    This is important

    i just imagine trespassers coming on your lawn so you open this, they fall in the pool, and then you close it again.

    eventually people are falling into a pool of skeletons if you gotta lotta trespassers

    at least they won’t be bone dry

    CAN WE JUST HAVE ONE COOL POST
    ONE
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    effies-trinket:

    "Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. And dreams are forever." - Walt Disney

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    gaymzee:

    i like to think of my followers as a giant conga line and im at the front and whenever i get a new follower they receive a grass skirt and coconut bra and join the conga line and we all have a great time

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    1. Do not date a boy who does not care what your favourite song is. The boy who does not care what melodies ignite your heart strings with love and wonder while staring at passing street lights on the last train home, will not care if it’s 2 a.m. and your heart is breaking.

    2. Do not let anyone fold you up like last winters tattered scarf and put you away with the others in a neatly labeled box. Even when there’s thunder and the sky is crying, you are your mum’s favourite summer dress. You are to wear yourself like you believe it.

    3. We are all stories. Write yours how you want. Make today’s chapter about purposely taking the wrong bus and discovering a tiny blue tea shop, or folding origami paper hearts over and over on your window sill. Just make sure it’s something you’d enjoy reading.

    4. I will always try to save you.

    5. Someday you will be 19 and lost and heartbroken and you will think about a place you’ve seen on TV or heard or read about in a book or seen a picture of. You will feel your heart drop into your stomach. Go there. For a day, a month, forever, but it’s important that you go.

    6. The world is so beautiful. Do not let the slumped over homeless man outside the convenience store or the stories of guns and bombs on the television let you believe otherwise. We are all so lost. All of us. We all show it in different ways. I write bad poems. Others start wars. There is no inherent evil, only good people searching too hard.

    7. I love everything about you.

    8. Money turns people into liars and emotional ghosts. School grades are an inaccurate representation of you. Measure your life’s worth in how many times you’ve nearly lost your life to laughter, how many books you’ve closed with happy tears in your eyes, people whose lives you’ve brought joy to, marshmallows eaten, or countries visited.

    9. Don’t ever let anyone tell you to stop crying. Cry if you want to. It’s okay. You’re allowed.

    10. My best friend once told me that the most important decision he had ever made was to love everyone and everything. He’s the only person I’ve ever known to have a viewable aura of light around him. Don’t forget to love this world, to love people. Be light. You are already mine.

    10 things I will tell my daughter. - Julia LaValley (via steadies)  
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    The original post only has US helplines. I've added UK helplines underneath. It would be great if people could add numbers from everywhere in the world.
    Depression Hotline: 1-630-482-9696
    Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-8433
    LifeLine: 1-800-273-8255
    Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386
    Sexuality Support: 1-800-246-7743
    Eating Disorders Hotline: 1-847-831-3438
    Rape and Sexual Assault: 1-800-656-4673
    Grief Support: 1-650-321-5272
    Runaway: 1-800-843-5200, 1-800-843-5678, 1-800-621-4000
    Exhale: After Abortion Hotline/Pro-Voice: 1-866-4394253
    Child Abuse: 1-800-422-4453
    UK Helplines:
    Samaritans (for any problem): 08457909090 e-mail jo@samaritans.org
    Childline (for anyone under 18 with any problem): 08001111
    Mind infoline (mental health information): 0300 123 3393 e-mail: info@mind.org.uk
    Mind legal advice (for people who need mental-health related legal advice): 0300 466 6463 legal@mind.org.uk
    b-eat eating disorder support: 0845 634 14 14 (only open Mon-Fri 10.30am-8.30pm and Saturday 1pm-4.30pm) e-mail: help@b-eat.co.uk
    b-eat youthline (for under 25's with eating disorders): 08456347650 (open Mon-Fri 4.30pm - 8.30pm, Saturday 1pm-4.30pm)
    Cruse Bereavement Care: 08444779400 e-mail: helpline@cruse.org.uk
    Frank (information and advice on drugs): 0800776600
    Drinkline: 0800 9178282
    Rape Crisis England & Wales: 0808 802 9999 1(open 2 - 2.30pm 7 - 9.30pm) e-mail info@rapecrisis.org.uk
    Rape Crisis Scotland: 08088 01 03 02 every day, 6pm to midnight
    India Self Harm Hotline: 00 08001006614
    India Suicide Helpline: 022-27546669
    Kids Help Phone (Canada): 1-800-668-6868, Free and available 24/7
    suicide hotlines;
    Argentina: 54-0223-493-0430
    Australia: 13-11-14
    Austria: 01-713-3374
    Barbados: 429-9999
    Belgium: 106
    Botswana: 391-1270
    Brazil: 21-233-9191
    China: 852-2382-0000
    (Hong Kong: 2389-2222)
    Costa Rica: 606-253-5439
    Croatia: 01-4833-888
    Cyprus: 357-77-77-72-67
    Czech Republic: 222-580-697, 476-701-908
    Denmark: 70-201-201
    Egypt: 762-1602
    Estonia: 6-558-088
    Finland: 040-5032199
    France: 01-45-39-4000
    Germany: 0800-181-0721
    Greece: 1018
    Guatemala: 502-234-1239
    Holland: 0900-0767
    Honduras: 504-237-3623
    Hungary: 06-80-820-111
    Iceland: 44-0-8457-90-90-90
    Israel: 09-8892333
    Italy: 06-705-4444
    Japan: 3-5286-9090
    Latvia: 6722-2922, 2772-2292
    Malaysia: 03-756-8144
    (Singapore: 1-800-221-4444)
    Mexico: 525-510-2550
    Netherlands: 0900-0767
    New Zealand: 4-473-9739
    New Guinea: 675-326-0011
    Nicaragua: 505-268-6171
    Norway: 47-815-33-300
    Philippines: 02-896-9191
    Poland: 52-70-000
    Portugal: 239-72-10-10
    Russia: 8-20-222-82-10
    Spain: 91-459-00-50
    South Africa: 0861-322-322
    South Korea: 2-715-8600
    Sweden: 031-711-2400
    Switzerland: 143
    Taiwan: 0800-788-995
    Thailand: 02-249-9977
    Trinidad and Tobago: 868-645-2800
    Ukraine: 0487-327715
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    geisha-kai:

    Maiko Tanefumi in her summer outfit (SOURCE)

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    sixpenceee:

    Questions we’ve all been wondering about, and to clarify I mean blind from birth and deaf from birth. 

    BLIND PEOPLE AND DREAMING

    People who are blind from birth cannot create visual clues in their brains, so their dreams are all about their other senses. Many people who are born blind claim to “see” images in their dreams, but what they’re actually referring to is an experience, rather than a picture.

    In the Hartford study, a congenitally blind 46-year-old man reported a dream in which he went to the hospital to see his first grandchild. Upon questioning, it came to light that what he referred to as “seeing the baby for the first time” actually meant the experience of meeting him, hearing him cry and holding him.

    Similar experiences were reported by other study participants, who also referred to “seeing” when describing scenes from their dreams, even though the scenes were based completely on tactile and auditory memories.  

    SOURCE

    DEAF PEOPLE AND LANGUAGE

    There was an interesting thread on Quora.com that asked this question.

    One participant states, ‘I have a “voice” in my head, but it is not sound-based. I am a visual being, so in my head, I either see ASL [American Sign Language] signs, or pictures, or sometimes printed words.’

    Scrounging around different threads this seems to be the case. 

    SOURCE & SOURCE

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