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6woofs:

Well, I was GOING to go to bed…

xiza:

kaloriesblog:

mary-freaking-morstan:

youme-atbakerstreet:

coyotekissesandteenagecrime:

First introduced by Neuro-psychiatrist John C. Lilly in 1954 A Sensory Deprivation Chamber is a light-less, soundproof enclosure, filled with salt water that is kept at skin temperature. In this chamber a person will float weightless on the water with their senses deprived (Hence the name Sensory Deprivation Chamber). They are unable to see or hear anything, all while because of the water being the same heat as your body, subjects have been noted to have said “it all just fades away” and all that’s left is the mind.
In this pitch black pod, you float on the surface of a pool of water set at body temperature. Sight, sound and eventually touch are all muted so only your thoughts remain. It is an experience that makes the user feel weightless.










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xiza:

kaloriesblog:

mary-freaking-morstan:

youme-atbakerstreet:

coyotekissesandteenagecrime:

First introduced by Neuro-psychiatrist John C. Lilly in 1954 A Sensory Deprivation Chamber is a light-less, soundproof enclosure, filled with salt water that is kept at skin temperature. In this chamber a person will float weightless on the water with their senses deprived (Hence the name Sensory Deprivation Chamber). They are unable to see or hear anything, all while because of the water being the same heat as your body, subjects have been noted to have said “it all just fades away” and all that’s left is the mind.

In this pitch black pod, you float on the surface of a pool of water set at body temperature. Sight, sound and eventually touch are all muted so only your thoughts remain. It is an experience that makes the user feel weightless.

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coolfatcat:

dingdongyouarewrong:

buzzfeed:

Sometimes tumblr is perfect.

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see in my day

wantgaga:

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charlie-carmichael:

              Love the booty   

          Grab the booty

         Hold the booty 

      Desire the booty

    Fight for the booty

                 Bite the booty

                         Touch the booty

                                  Care for the booty                                

                                       Worship the booty

                                         Squeeze the booty

                                        Believe in the booty

                                      Embrace the booty

                                   Respect the booty

                            Protect the booty

                        Spank the booty

                           Hug the booty                

canonqueer:

*procrastinates doing things I love for an unknown reason*

Anonymous
asks:
I just got an asexual girlfriend. She is a wonderful girl, and we talked about boundries, (cuddles, dates, and making out) and I totally respect her. I was wondering if you have any advice to dating an asexual?

life-of-an-asexual:

just treat her like she’s a person, and always make sure to be aware of and respect her boundaries; that stands for any relationship. make sure to be careful of your language, so that you don’t accidentally invalidate her identity; we’re socialized to believe that experiencing sexual attraction is the default and the only way to be normal, so these things get internalized and it’s easy to accidentally say things that are dismissive or erasive of asexual people’s experiences

so, listen to her, if she tells you that you’ve messed up, even if you may think at first that it’s a silly thing. make sure to support her with anyone she’s out with, and don’t out her to anyone she’s hasn’t told yet—it’s for a reason. call people out when they say acephobic things, and not just when she’s present. make sure to educate yourself about asexuality; you shouldn’t rely on her solely for that

and that’s what i’ve got. if you have any more questions, feel free to ask. you should always ask her first, because hers is the opinion that matters most in this case; unless you think your question may be offensive, then run it by an ace-blog like this first

~Mod Q

tastefullyoffensive:

Missed by a hare.

tastefullyoffensive:

Missed by a hare.

n4uticalbliss:

mattressblowoutsale:

Adult things arent NEARLY as complex as I thought they were growing up I just walked into bank of america and said im here to open a checking account and they said ok and opened me a checking account

This gives me hope