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beastboy:

chameleons have such cute hands

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look they’re like little mittens


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I’m not going to be the girl you marry.
I’ll be the memory you have when you propose to her. As you slide that ring on her finger you’ll think about that time we got dressed in our swankiest threads and had a horrible time at that party so we came back home and sat in an empty bath tub drinking whiskey outta the bottle talking about our childhood dreams.

I’m not going to be the girl you marry. I’ll be that memory whenever you and her get in an argument. you’ll recall our first fight and the endless glares and icy tones. Repetition of words like RESPECT and WHY rung through the stillness of the air. We almost ended that night. Thankfully you stopped me from walking out of that door.

I’m not going to be the girl you marry. I’ll be that memory when you have your first child. When you and your wife are picking out names you’ll remember our talk about our future. Our apartment layout and first pet. A dog named Pascal because I’m allergic to cats.

I’m not going to be the girl you marry. I’ll be the girl you fall for when you are too young to understand what falling really is. You’ll fuck up and lose me. You won’t realize it until a while later. But when you do, you’ll think about me everyday. Forever.

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-you’ll miss me- jlw (via burgundythoughts)
A girl canal dream (via universal-crush)
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Demonstrating empathy in my OSCE

whatshouldwecallmedschool:


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DIC

whatshouldwecallmedschool:

HAHAHAHA


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"Bring consent out of the bedroom. I think part of the reason we have trouble drawing the line “it’s not okay to force someone into sexual activity” is that in many ways, forcing people to do things is part of our culture in general. Cut that shit out of your life. If someone doesn’t want to go to a party, try a new food, get up and dance, make small talk at the lunchtable—that’s their right. Stop the “aww c’mon” and “just this once” and the games where you playfully force someone to play along. Accept that no means no—all the time."

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The Pervocracy: Consent culture. (via notemily)

it’s especially important to practice this with KIDS. Kids need to know it’s ok to say no to giving auntie a hug and kiss. it’s ok to say no to getting up on stage at a children’s show or activity. it’s ok to say no. please teach your children this!

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THiSSS. I am not your prancing pony. I don’t want to smile, so don’t tell me to. I don’t want to talk to you, so stop trying to talk to me. I am not a circus elephant here to amuse you.


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quicksilverwracked:

gaztastic:

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larrywentworth:

One of the best Monty Python sketches. 

future life goals

Me when I am old and even more wretched.

Pretty sure that sketch is in Bolton too, so you don’t even have to go that far.

Niiiiiiice, life goals are getting more and more manageable.

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dieselotherapy:

There are total 12 pairs of cranial nerves that originate from our brain and brain stem. Each of them carries different functions related to different senses of body. Apart from sensory functions there are also some that work as motor nerves or mixed nerves. Here is a brief description of 12 cranial nerves.
 1.   Olfactory
  This is a type of sensory nerve that contributes in the sense of smell in human being. These basically provide the specific cells that are termed as olfactory epithelium. It carries the information from nasal epithelium to the olfactory center in brain.
 2.   Optic nerve
 This again is a type of sensory nerve that transforms information about vision to the brain. To be specific this supplies information to the retina in the form of ganglion cells.
  3.   Oculomoter nerve
  This is a form of motor nerve that supplies to different centers along midbrain. Its functions include superiorly uplifting eyelid, superiorly rotating eyeball, construction of pupil on the exposure to light and operating several eye muscles.
 4.   Trochlear
  This motor nerve also supplies to the midbrain and performs the function of handling the eye muscles and turning the eye.
 5.   Trigeminal
  This is a type of largest cranial nerve in all and performs many sensory functions related to nose, eyes, tongue and teeth. It basically is further divided in three branches that are ophthalmic, maxillary and mandibular nerve. This is a type of mixed nerve that performs sensory and motor functions in brain.
 6.   Abducent
  This is again a type of motor nerve that supplies to the pons and perform function of turning eye laterally.
 7.   Facial
  This motor nerve is responsible for different types of facial expressions. This also performs some functions of sensory nerve by supplying information about touch on face and senses of tongue in mouth. It is basically present over brain stem.
 8.   Vestibulocochlear
  This motor nerve is basically functional in providing information related to balance of head and sense of sound or hearing. It carries vestibular as well as cochlear information to the brain and is placed near inner ear.
 9.   Glossopharyngeal
  This is a sensory nerve which carries sensory information from pharynx (initial portion of throat) and some portion of tongue and palate. The information sent is about temperature, pressure and other related facts.
 It also covers some portion of taste buds and salivary glands. The nerve also carries some motor functions such as helping in swallowing food.
 10.       Vagus
 This is also a type of mixed nerve that carries both motor and sensory functions. This basically deals with the area of pharynx, larynx, esophagus, trachea, bronchi, some portion of heart and palate. It works by constricting muscles of the above areas. In sensory part, it contributes in the tasting ability of the human being.
 11.       Spinal accessory nerve
  As the name intimates this motor nerve supplies information about spinal cord, trapezius and other surrounding muscles. It also provides muscle movement of the shoulders and surrounding neck.
 12.       Hypoglossal nerve
  This is a typical motor nerve that deals with the muscles of tongue.
 These are the 12 cranial nerves that carry many important functions in body.
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dieselotherapy:

There are total 12 pairs of cranial nerves that originate from our brain and brain stem. Each of them carries different functions related to different senses of body. Apart from sensory functions there are also some that work as motor nerves or mixed nerves. Here is a brief description of 12 cranial nerves.

 1.   Olfactory

  This is a type of sensory nerve that contributes in the sense of smell in human being. These basically provide the specific cells that are termed as olfactory epithelium. It carries the information from nasal epithelium to the olfactory center in brain.

 2.   Optic nerve

 This again is a type of sensory nerve that transforms information about vision to the brain. To be specific this supplies information to the retina in the form of ganglion cells.

  3.   Oculomoter nerve

  This is a form of motor nerve that supplies to different centers along midbrain. Its functions include superiorly uplifting eyelid, superiorly rotating eyeball, construction of pupil on the exposure to light and operating several eye muscles.

 4.   Trochlear

  This motor nerve also supplies to the midbrain and performs the function of handling the eye muscles and turning the eye.

 5.   Trigeminal

  This is a type of largest cranial nerve in all and performs many sensory functions related to nose, eyes, tongue and teeth. It basically is further divided in three branches that are ophthalmic, maxillary and mandibular nerve. This is a type of mixed nerve that performs sensory and motor functions in brain.

 6.   Abducent

  This is again a type of motor nerve that supplies to the pons and perform function of turning eye laterally.

 7.   Facial

  This motor nerve is responsible for different types of facial expressions. This also performs some functions of sensory nerve by supplying information about touch on face and senses of tongue in mouth. It is basically present over brain stem.

 8.   Vestibulocochlear

  This motor nerve is basically functional in providing information related to balance of head and sense of sound or hearing. It carries vestibular as well as cochlear information to the brain and is placed near inner ear.

 9.   Glossopharyngeal

  This is a sensory nerve which carries sensory information from pharynx (initial portion of throat) and some portion of tongue and palate. The information sent is about temperature, pressure and other related facts.

 It also covers some portion of taste buds and salivary glands. The nerve also carries some motor functions such as helping in swallowing food.

 10.       Vagus

 This is also a type of mixed nerve that carries both motor and sensory functions. This basically deals with the area of pharynx, larynx, esophagus, trachea, bronchi, some portion of heart and palate. It works by constricting muscles of the above areas. In sensory part, it contributes in the tasting ability of the human being.

 11.       Spinal accessory nerve

  As the name intimates this motor nerve supplies information about spinal cord, trapezius and other surrounding muscles. It also provides muscle movement of the shoulders and surrounding neck.

 12.       Hypoglossal nerve

  This is a typical motor nerve that deals with the muscles of tongue.

 These are the 12 cranial nerves that carry many important functions in body.

sources: (x) (x)


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