Someone please explain this
No one explain it
Took me a second
HOW THE 3 DOLPHIN ARE YOU??
HOW THE FLIPPER TRIO ARE YOU???
HOW THE 3 FIN ARE YOU??
HOW THE SHARK 3 ARE YOU??
I’M NOT GETTING IT AND IT’S AGGRAVATING ME
You’re too young
Yeah, this is not a “too young thing”. This is a “you had to have actually watched it” to get it thing.
I’m 33 and I had to google it to figure out what it was. But, then again
Brain, Child: call for submissions -
Brain, Child is an award-winning literary magazine for mothers. We publish 20-plus essays per month for our print, online and blog publications. Founded in 2000, our mission is to bring the voices of women of different backgrounds and circumstances together on the page, on our website, and on our blog.
We love to read submissions. We are excited by great writing. It makes our day when we hear from an established writer or publish an author for the first time. We believe our writers are the lifeblood of our publication and strive to publicize and promote our writers through our website, Facebook (90,000+ fans), and partnerships with Babble.com, The Huffington Post, Mothering.com and others. We respond within eight to ten weeks. We offer competitive pay rates. We welcome follow up emails if by chance you do not hear from us.
For all submissions, please email the manuscript in the body of the email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Submission” and the department (i.e. “Fiction” “Essay” “Feature Pitch”) as the subject heading. Please don’t send your submission as an attachment.
BRAIN, TEEN: In 2015 we will have another special issue for parents of t(w)eens. Here we invite essays, fiction and poetry that capture the unique experience of raising t(w)eens. Examples of essays include a father coming out to his daughter, a mother letting her son take a gap year, and a mother’s foray into heavy metal music with her teen daughter. Deadline: November 1, 2014.
BRAIN, MOTHER (500 to 1,200 words): This is our signature blog where we capture short essays that spur thinking and conversation. Recent posts include a mother teaching her children about discrimination, a mother deciding whether to medicate her daughter, and a mother’s adoption of a foster child.
Upcoming Fall 2014 Blog Series: We invite posts (750 -1,000 words) for two upcoming Brain, Mother blog series:
1) LGBT families: Examples might include a mother’s love for her transgender son; two moms sending their first born off to college; how a parent talks to a child about gender identity.
2) Adoption-themed: Examples might include a mother’s choice to change her adoption plan; adoptees as mothers; when adoptive parents decide they are unable to parent their adoptive children.
Deadline for both blog series: October 1, 2014. Multiple submissions welcome.
Reblogging for two reasons:
1) To signal boost for anybody who thinks they fit the qualifications they’re looking for and would like to submit.
2) To ask if anybody knows of any similarly themed magazine that is looking for submissions from fathers. I’m a stay-at-home dad, as well as a writer, and I’d love to be able to share some of my experiences with others.
INTELLIGENCE IS NOT MEASURED IN YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF MATH
There’s 9 Types of Intelligence, just remember that and if anyone tells you otherwise, just shove with picture in their face
Awww neat, I need a poster of this!
(Source: aestheticqueens, via seanoftheundead)
*goes to bed at 2am instead of 5am* wow, my life is so in order right now. i’m making such good decisions for myself and my body and my soul and im so in love with myself for doing this
go into a starbucks in NYC and say very loudly into your phone “this movie script is stale and trite! we need some new talent, someone with a fresh outlook” and wait
On the bowsprit
"We’re preparing you for the real world"
I don’t meant to alarm you but
the real world has calculators
Teachers should just switch things up and say:
"We’re preparing you for the eventual apocalypse. One day, you may all need to rebuild society from nothing."
So I was looking up Norse names and