Posted on 14th Sep at 8:19 PM, with 720,505 notes



apparently “bae” means “before anyone else” i always thought it was a ghetto word for “babe”

you mean bacon and eggs right

Posted on 14th Sep at 8:19 PM, with 56,476 notes


fun drinking game: drink a glass of water every few hours to stay healthy and hydrated!

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:27 PM, with 197,384 notes


*annoying fifth grader voice*

haha spell icup

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:24 PM, with 179,557 notes



Whachu know bout me

Vine by Wyn Wiley

black dude on the right is rly feeling himself bless

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:23 PM, with 361,391 notes






faked the whole squad

faked the cameraman too

sikk tekkers bruv…

This is illegal in 63 galaxies

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:22 PM, with 80,434 notes

this is my new favorite twitter account
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this is my new favorite twitter account

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:22 PM, with 101,222 notes



Qian Hongyan was just four when she lost both her legs. A speeding trucker left her for dead as she crossed the main road in her village of Zhuangshang in southern China. 

For nearly two years Qian was immobile as she didn’t even have enough of her body left to sit up in a wheelchair. Doctors said her only hope of being able to move by herself again would be extensive surgery to allow her to be fitted with prosthetic limbs.Her parents couldn’t afford this treatment. 

Qian’s granddad Yuan came up with a simple but effective treatment to get her moving again. He took a basketball the village boys had discarded and cut a hole just big enough for tiny Qian to fit into, padded the inside with stiff floor mats from his car, then propped her up inside. All of a sudden Qian was able to stabilize herself and was able to by move herself by rolling the ball in any direction she wanted. She supported herself using wooden handles. 

From that day on Qian would not be stopped by any obstacle. She went back to school, started to play with her friends again, and started to get back the life of any girl her age. She began professional swimming training in 2007 and defied the odds of her double amputation to become one of the first members of the Yunnan Youth Swimming Club.

She won three gold medals in last year’s Yunnan Para Games and took a gold and two silver medals at the National Swimming Championship for the Disabled (Under 18) in 2009 before continuing impressively at this year’s Para Games.


I should have added this in the original post but after attention in the Chinese press, Qian traveled to Beijing to receive free artificial limbs at the China Rehabilitation Research Center, a center that has been providing help to the disabled in China for over 20 years. At 18 years old she is ready for her full adult prosthetics. 

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:20 PM, with 245,994 notes


never underestimate the power of a low quality webcam to make you look good in a selfie

Posted on 14th Sep at 12:20 PM, with 311,380 notes


when a slow download finally finishes


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