"52% of men say they’d stay with their girlfriend even if she got fat"
EVEN if she got FAT!?? wow… someone give these men a purple heart for their courage and bravery. truly inspiring. god forbid i ever get fat and have to put my boyfriend through the rough decision of whether to keep me around or not. but maybe if im lucky, he’ll be in that amazing 52%. what a world.
this is sucriya. she accessorizes her catholic school uniform with a different scarf every day, which every teacher writes her up for. when my principal walked up to her and pointed to her scarf and said “what’s this?” she said
"sister, that’s fashion"
and just walked away
i truly cannot believe that sucriya has touched the lives of seventy two thousand people
what a world we live in today
from one insomniac to the next
this shit will put you out
there’s a whole line of these drinks pertaining to different things
apparently they’re all psychological except this one
but everyone I’ve talked to said this is the only one that actually works
the first time I only drank to where my index finger is in the picture, but I was out like a light in about 45 minutes
really helpful if you’re trying to fix your sleeping pattern for school
BELOVED MOUNTAIN GUIDE DOG PASSES AWAY - “Tillie hiked the mountain as often as 10 times a day and stayed loyal to whatever group she started out with.”
Tillie, a 13-year-old Border Collie mix was discovered wandering around Berea College in Kentucky when she was a puppy. She quickly became a fixture around the Indian Fort Mountain Trails and accompanied hikers on their hikes. She was subsequently adopted by the Deaver family. Sadly, Tillie recently passed away due to illness. Read more from the Richmond Register:
Tillie made an impression on the many who visited the Indian Fort Mountain trails over the years as she could almost always be seen waiting at the bottom of the mountain to accompany hikers up the trail.
“My name is Tillie. I am not a stray. I live next door. Let’s go for a hike,” the tag on her collar said.
Ten years ago, Tillie found a home with Ron and Bhana Deaver, who reside on the edge of the Berea College forest next to Indian Fort Theater on KY 21. That’s when Tillie’s career began as the unofficial Pinnacle guide dog.
In June, the Deavers announced Tillie had an invasive growth in the lining of her bladder. News of Tillie’s condition spread fast, and hikers began hitting the trails to catch a glimpse of the famous dog.