I feel like I need to start a different blog for all my political/international affairs related rants. Because I’m tempted to go on another one about the water charges in Ireland but I don’t want to keep clogging my humour blog with political angst.
Still find it very interesting that the US has no problem intervening in various countries militarily to serve it’s own interests, but the Ebola epidemic is considered a local problem and not our business. Even now, with the epidemic clearly a regional health crisis, the US hasn’t really contributed nearly as much aid as it could. Apparently the government is much more comfortable spending money to kill people rather than heal them.
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Having an immigrant parent is weird because you use expressions and stuff you grew up hearing and you thought were common expressions and then your friends don’t understand what you’re talking about.
when u and ur friends look fresh af
there’s nothing worse than getting told you’re bad at the only thing you’re good at
That video of the Maori love song in the New Zealand Parliament after they legalised gay marriage never fails to make me tear up.
Even though I’m not at all religious, I still light a candle in all the churches we visit like the good little catholic boy I was raised to be.
Can we please stop assigning students so much work that life feels like a distant cycle of school, homework, and studying? Like, I’d really appreciate not constantly feeling like I’m on the verge of tears every time I think about everything I have to do.
foods dangerous to dogs:
- raw bread dough
- grapes and raisins
- onions and garlic
- macadamia nuts
- raw salmon
- xylitol (artificial sweeteners)
if you have a dog please reblog thisYou don’t need to have a dog, everyone just reblog this maybe ok yes
we all have that one mutual follower we try to impress with every post