My husband won this shirt for me. I love him. :3
Omg wat did I just watch
I don’t like sports, but the Bearcats are my new favorite team.
This guy is perfect.
I LOL’D SO HARD!
Look it up on YouTube; it’s even better in video!
but the costuming is so historically inaccurate
The armour is from oddly mixed locations and periods..
Exactly what kind of Native American tribe is this suppose to be?
The subtitles on your foreign bad guys aren’t what they’re actually saying.
Thank god, there are more of me
Alex, this meme is you
Let’s talk about SciFi movies where there are big battles in space and you can HEAR the noises.
Or when they’re on a spaceship and there’s somehow gravity.
Or entering another planet’s atmosphere. It’s amazingly at the right level of oxygen, the right pressure, and the right temperature! Not to mention lack of toxic fumes or infectious organisms…
This dropped me into Ofunato, Japan; a small town recovering from flood damage.
This is so appropriate for me, it’s uncanny.
What American accent do you have?
My Result: The Midland(95%)
“You have a Midland accent” is just another way of saying “you don’t have an accent.” You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.
The Midland (95%)
The West (73%)
The Inland North (56%)
North Central (53%)
The South (46%)
The Northeast (39%)
Yep. Just what I suspected. Although I wonder why my sister has a result that is 73% South, when mine is 73% West… LOL
Can I just say that I am SO FREAKING HAPPY to have a job that fits my skills?
I mean seriously; I was miserable for the last four years. But when I returned to something artistic (cake decorating) that exercised my creative skills, Ohhhh…
I’ve never been so happy to put in overtime!
When you have a job that you love and uses your talents/passions, it’s no longer a job; it’s a career, and you love it. And I think this is mine.
So for my handful of followers out there: Find your passion. Keep pursuing it until you find the right job; it’ll become a career, and you’ll never tire of it.