Anonymous asked: Can girls pee when they're on their periods?

sarcastic-snowflake:

no we just hold it in for a week.


brownpeopleproblems:

I heard the funniest joke on the punjabi radio this morning okay I will translate and share

some uncle: little girl you shouldn’t eat that much chocolate, it’s bad for your health

Little girl: you know my grandma lived to be 105

Uncle: oh by eating chocolate?

Little girl: no she just minded her own business and didn’t swerve in other peoples lane (loosely translate)

Funky punjabi music to emphasis punch line


arjuna-vallabha:

Temple jewellery from Tamil Nadu


Drake Help Me Through This


The control center of your life is your attitude.
— Norman Cousins (via quotes-shape-us)

zaynrocketking:

Zayn knows his own management have been whitewashing him since the start and doesn’t allow him to talk about his religion, Zayn knows people who works around him supports Israel, Zayn knows the media are assholes towards him yet He was brave enough and tweeted #FreePalestine. Zayn Malik deserves too much respect


baelor:

amoying:

imagine if trees gave off wifi signals, we would be planting so many trees and we’d probably save the planet too

too bad they only produce the oxygen we breathe


teded:

A Guide to the Energy of the Earth

Energy moves in and out of Earth’s physical systems, and during any energy transfer between them, some energy is lost to the surroundings as heat, light, sound, vibration, or movement.

Our planet’s energy comes from internal and external sources. Geothermal energy from radioactive isotopes and rotational energy from the spinning of the Earth are internal sources of energy, while the Sun is the major external source, driving certain systems, like our weather and our climate.

Sunlight warms the surface and atmosphere in varying amounts, and this causes convection, producing winds and influencing ocean currents. Infrared radiation, radiating out from the warmed surface of the Earth, gets trapped by greenhouse gases and further affects the energy flow.

From the TED-Ed Lesson A guide to the energy of the Earth - Joshua M. Sneideman

Animation by Marc Christoforidis


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