cubebreaker:

In this video from Metropolis TV, farmers who have harvested cocoa their entire lives taste chocolate for the first time. Many did not even know what it was used for and simply knew it as something for the whites.

cubebreaker:

Chinese artist XiaozuoZ created this series of the characters from Spongebob Squarepants in human form.

<3

tsamthepoet:

The world stands with Palestine.

ALWAYS AND FOREVER!!!!! &lt;3

ALWAYS AND FOREVER!!!!! <3

Tae Yang&#8230; GORGEOUS! ^.^

Tae Yang… GORGEOUS! ^.^

Economics Today

Let’s talk about the Budget. To most my age, they wouldn’t care less but if it gets you out of class. Well then everyone’s interested.

So my accounting and economics classes got to hear the Finance Minister, Bill English, talk about the budget. Like all politicians, they were careful and round about answers to the questions different schools asked.

Surprisingly, he answers my hypothetical question about what he’d have like to put funding into, if we weren’t in deficit. His answer included superannuation and I can’t remember the rest.

I wanted coffee afterwards, turned out we’d gone into a cafe/bar, they kicked us out. Nevertheless it was a good day apart from the crappy yet typical weather.

Cool Song #0104

This song is definitely complemented on a drab, winter’s day.

I took this on a walking track by my house, in 2008. I was walking my beloved dog, Bonnie, who died last year. :( She was 15 years old so she had a long life.

I took this on a walking track by my house, in 2008. I was walking my beloved dog, Bonnie, who died last year. :( She was 15 years old so she had a long life.

Don’t be boring… Life is too short to blend in.
Paris Hilton
Procrastination

The whole reason I went online was to get information for my History internal… I somehow managed to find my way onto Tumblr. The “History Text Book Chapter” is due on Thursday, but as per usual I’ve not done much. As per usual I’ll end up doing it the last minute. Ohhh well, I mostly get E or M marks. So I’m not too worried.

Social Classes from 1558-1667 doesn’t sound to appealing at the moment. But I will persever, time to get to work!