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22

Aug

im-living-life-in-color:

Our Dearest Zach Attack~
You taught us that crying a lot, wearing pink and cuddling with men are okay. You taught the entire world a lesson about true friendship. Every time I eat skittles I’ll save the orange ones for last. And some how you made Froot Loops even better. You played one hell of a game ya Froot Loop Dingus. Thanks for consuming my summer with you brushing your teeth, sleeping and eating cookies, though I wouldn’t have it any other way
Yours Truly: Us 

im-living-life-in-color:

Our Dearest Zach Attack~

You taught us that crying a lot, wearing pink and cuddling with men are okay. You taught the entire world a lesson about true friendship. Every time I eat skittles I’ll save the orange ones for last. And some how you made Froot Loops even better. You played one hell of a game ya Froot Loop Dingus. Thanks for consuming my summer with you brushing your teeth, sleeping and eating cookies, though I wouldn’t have it any other way

Yours Truly: Us 

zach’s exit ( we’ll miss you, you fruit loop dingus ♡ )

18

Aug

The best kiss is the one that has been exchanged a thousand times between the eyes before it reaches the lips.
Anonymous (via bakedblushh)

(Source: thingsaboutnothingandeverything)

diacrit:

hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

it contains important lab results

diacrit:

hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

it contains important lab results

(Source: awwww-cute)

(Source: jonassource)

17

Aug

16

Aug

academy-dawg:

(Found on We Heart It.)

Study Tip: One of the best ways to study any kind of math (in my opinion) — be it Algebra, Geometry, Math Analysis, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Stats, etc. — is to practice, practice, practice. Break out your notes, look at the sample problems, do them over. Find your already completed homework problems, do them again. Understand what you have just done and why it works.

academy-dawg:

(Found on We Heart It.)

Study Tip: One of the best ways to study any kind of math (in my opinion) — be it Algebra, Geometry, Math Analysis, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Stats, etc. — is to practice, practice, practice. Break out your notes, look at the sample problems, do them over. Find your already completed homework problems, do them again. Understand what you have just done and why it works.