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May 18 2015

eezybree:

SCIENCE HAS CONFIRMED THAT DOGS LOVE US BACK BECAUSE THEY GET THE SAME RUSH OF OXYTOCIN WHEN THEY LOOK AT US THAT WE GET WHEN WE LOOK AT THEM

robina-otaku:

Are you telling me that dogs are looking up to us and think “omg what an adorable fucking cutiepie”?

dear-bunni:

a while ago I read an article about how dogs love us back, but recognize that we’re different from them, while cats see us as bigger and clumsier than them, but do not consider us different  

princess-shatter:

Dogs: I am fuzzy creature and you are a different adorable creature and I love you!!!!!
Cats: I am lanky and graceful and you are a giant mess

purrypixel:

This is why cats occasionally try to bathe and feed us

deadmomjokes:

It’s true; cats see us as giant dumb hairless babies. That’s why they bring us half-dead prey– to teach us how to hunt and eat properly. That’s why they attack when we rub their bellies– that’s how parent cats teach kittens to defend themselves. That’s also why they meow– cats communicate with other adults on a frequency we can’t hear, but meow at kittens because their ears aren’t fully developed. They even specialized a set of meows they use only for humans, because we are especially deaf babies.

We are all of us dumb kittens.

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December 11 2014

grabbidyballs:

smattenhove:

cacen:

teapartyasian:

Is there a word that’s a mix between angry and sad

malcontented, disgruntled, miserable, desolated

smad.

there are two types of people

November 27 2014

thatsridicarus

June 28 2014

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January 24 2014

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letsjuststopandthink:

People feel sensations in different parts of their bodies when they experience emotions.

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November 01 2013

ohgomen:

seriously jealousy is the worst emotion 

you’re not only really sad but you’re really annoyed and helpless at the same time

and you feel pathetic like you’re ruining people’s fun but don’t want to be left out so you just sit around quietly annoyed

and some people won’t rest until they equal the amount of luck and fun all these people have, and maybe more.

April 29 2013

thatsridicarus

nexxeh:

striderbaby:

superwholockian-in-camelot:

obsessedbooknerd:

LOOK AT ALL THE EMOTIONS

I literally didnt recognize her

i only knew it was her because of the start of the shhh shhh and the fascinating gif…

too much emotion tOO MUCH EMOTION

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October 22 2011

thatsridicarus

October 03 2011

Goethe on the Psychology of Color and Emotion

“Colour itself is a degree of darkness.”

Color is an essential part of how we experience the world, both biologically and culturally. One of the earliest formal explorations of color theory came from an unlikely source — the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who in 1810 published Theory of Colours (public library; public domain), his treatise on the nature, function, and psychology of colors. Though the work was dismissed by a large portion of the scientific community, it remained of intense interest to a cohort of prominent philosophers and physicists, including Arthur Schopenhauer, Kurt Gödel, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

One of Goethe’s most radical points was a refutation of Newton’s ideas about the color spectrum, suggesting instead that darkness is an active ingredient rather than the mere passive absence of light.

(source: brainpickings)
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August 07 2011

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