@ddlovato Good news and bad news. Bad news, the top of my deodorant fell off this morning. Good news: OH MY GOD IT’S THE FIRST SHOW TONIGHT!!!!!
It’s not what it seems by Hikaru Cho
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it feels like the screen actually shakes woahhhhhh
Please don’t tap the glass it frightens the bloggers
apparently the key to happiness is to have a long and shitty winter
and if you can’t have that, surround yourself with deadly wildlife
or maybe these countries have free or reasonably priced health care, good education and costs nothing or very little, marriage equality(not all do however on the list but they at least aren’t extremely homophobic either), decent minimum wages, stable economies, low crime rates and so forth and also deadly wildlife because we protect our environment
Countries tend to be happier when there’s less inequality, period. The bigger the gap between the rich and poor, the worse health tends to be, violence tends to be more widespread- every social problem tends to be worse. There’s also a link with how trustworthy people think others are. In Scandinavian countries, something like two thirds of people asked thought that most other people can be trusted. Surprisingly, wealth has little to do with happiness. Environment, on the other hand, actually does.
(Sorry, I’m writing a report on this right now and got v excited.)
I love that feeling you get when you don’t remember that you’re reading. When you’re so captured by a book that you forget you’re reading the words. All you see is the descriptions and conversations that being to play out like a movie in your head. You don’t even think about it. Then before you know it, you’ve read 100 pages without realizing it. That’s probably the best feeling in the world.
We have been given so many reasons to celebrate this year. Zoie Palmer thanked her partner Alex Lalonde in a very moving acceptance speech at the Canadian Screen Awards. Ellen Page drove most of us to tears (whether we would like to admit that or not) with her vulnerable and…