Ok I only have a few hours left until I am a “legal” adult. What shit can I still get away with

I’ve started watching anime again and I’m getting angry about the voices in the English dubs…. I need help


Led Zeppelin at Herb Greene Studio in San Francisco, 1969.

Led Zeppelin at Herb Greene Studio in San Francisco, 1969.

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So I’m the youngest of 4, I’m 18, and I’m realizing that my whole family is obsessed with poop….
I hate everything

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

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skaisnotdead:

hentaiprincesspls:

rydenarmani:

zev-the-brony:

heyitsdjfill3:

bloomacncheez:

snk-potato-girl:

canigetaramen:

Reminder that this happened

I CANT STOP LAUGJING

UM YES HELLO IT’S BEEN TEN YEARS AND I STILL DON’T REGRET MY INTERNET NAME THANK YOU

I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING

HOLY SHIT

after all these years, i still can’t believe this happened.

HAHAHAHA YES

I WAS WATCHING IS AS IT HAPPENED AND I LOST MY SHIT MY FAMILY WAS SO CONFUSED

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ratak-monodosico:

*In response to questions/submissions in my ask box regarding the Klein Bottle*
As you might already know, the Klein bottle is a non-orientable object that has the interesting property of not having an inside and outside (I don’t know how to word this better). The Klein bottle is related to the Mobius strip, which is a non-orientable surface that has the property of only having one side. In fact, if you cut a Klein bottle in half, you’d find yourself with two Mobius strips! 
Anywho, I’ve been getting a lot of messages about whether or not one can make a Klein bottle. The answer is basically “no”. One cannot make a true Klein bottle. We can only make things that look like a Klein bottle. The fact of the matter is that Klein bottles can only exist in 4 dimensions where an object is allowed to pass through itself without the presence of a hole. If you look at a 3D Klein bottle (or a 2D drawing of a 3D Klein bottle like the one above), the neck of the bottle has to pass through itself. This is called a self-intersection. Above, I’ve circled where the Klein bottle self-intersects. It is this self-intersection that renders 3D and 2D unable to be considered true Klein bottles.
3D and 2D representations of Klein bottles do serve important purposes, however. They help us to visualize/understand the Klein bottle, and they look super cool: 

Sources (for credibility): Wikipedia and Wolfram MathWorld. Image sources: Top, bottom. I’d like to add that I don’t know any information regarding Klein bottles in dimensions higher than 4. 

ratak-monodosico:

*In response to questions/submissions in my ask box regarding the Klein Bottle*

As you might already know, the Klein bottle is a non-orientable object that has the interesting property of not having an inside and outside (I don’t know how to word this better). The Klein bottle is related to the Mobius strip, which is a non-orientable surface that has the property of only having one side. In fact, if you cut a Klein bottle in half, you’d find yourself with two Mobius strips! 

Anywho, I’ve been getting a lot of messages about whether or not one can make a Klein bottle. The answer is basically “no”. One cannot make a true Klein bottle. We can only make things that look like a Klein bottle. The fact of the matter is that Klein bottles can only exist in 4 dimensions where an object is allowed to pass through itself without the presence of a hole. If you look at a 3D Klein bottle (or a 2D drawing of a 3D Klein bottle like the one above), the neck of the bottle has to pass through itself. This is called a self-intersection. Above, I’ve circled where the Klein bottle self-intersects. It is this self-intersection that renders 3D and 2D unable to be considered true Klein bottles.

3D and 2D representations of Klein bottles do serve important purposes, however. They help us to visualize/understand the Klein bottle, and they look super cool: 

Sources (for credibility): Wikipedia and Wolfram MathWorld. Image sources: Top, bottom. I’d like to add that I don’t know any information regarding Klein bottles in dimensions higher than 4. 

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