hardestcopy:

dbvictoria:

More Disney Parks facts here

Oh my god that last one though

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ahealthyearth:

toneitup-coffee:

Always reblog the creepy water droplet!

Your body needs water. It doesn’t need milk, orange juice, juice, tea, coffee, or alcohol. 

ahealthyearth:

toneitup-coffee:

Always reblog the creepy water droplet!

Your body needs water. It doesn’t need milk, orange juice, juice, tea, coffee, or alcohol. 

(Source: weheartit.com)

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thebristolboard:

Original painting by Arthur Suydam from “Mudwogs” in Echo of Futurepast #1, published by Continuity Comics, 1984.

thebristolboard:

Original painting by Arthur Suydam from “Mudwogs” in Echo of Futurepast #1, published by Continuity Comics, 1984.

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humansofnewyork:

“I took my daughter to Disney World over the 4th of July. And seeing her face as those fireworks went off gave me goosebumps. She looked so amazed. It just really made me feel like I’d accomplished something.”

humansofnewyork:

“I took my daughter to Disney World over the 4th of July. And seeing her face as those fireworks went off gave me goosebumps. She looked so amazed. It just really made me feel like I’d accomplished something.”

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thebristolboard:

Original Madman illustration by Tim Bradstreet, 1996. 

thebristolboard:

Original Madman illustration by Tim Bradstreet, 1996. 

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kodemunkey said: hello, do you have any tips for getting around writers block?

joehillsthrills:

Sometimes writers block happens when your imagination wants to explore a particular idea or subject, and you’re afraid to give yourself permission. Maybe you’re worried if you write about “X” your Mom will be horrified, or your friends will be disgusted and disappointed. So you try and think of an idea that isn’t “X” and your imagination says, “Oh, I see how it’s gonna be, go screw yourself.”

Your imagination runs on its own circuit. You either plug it in or you don’t.

Of course it’s also possible you’re just not feeling it this day/week/month. Take some walks. Read some short stories. I think the daily writing habit is a terrific one, but I also think sometimes it’s okay to write a couple letters and an entry in your journal. Give yourself a break. No one day of work matters all that much. See below for more on this subject.

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