Study: Why you never seem to know what day of the week it is

Why not, I haven’t said anything in a while. Here’s a reblog, sorry I’m a lame working person.


The Definition Of Hell For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type

“Your deepest thoughts and feelings are exposed to a large audience and everyone thinks that you’re pathetic and unoriginal.”

…the internet?

Thought Catalog

Screen Shot 2015-05-13 at 3.04.19 PMESTJ – An incredibly impractical person is put in charge of all of your major life decisions. You have to do whatever they say and are powerless to argue or reason with them.

INFP – Your deepest thoughts and feelings are exposed to a large audience and everyone thinks that you’re pathetic and unoriginal.

INTJ – Every time you open your mouth to say something intelligent, something entirely idiotic comes out instead.

ESFJ – Someone you love is in dire need of practical help and you can’t give it to them. Worse yet, they think you’re refusing to help them out of pettiness and they’re mad at you.

ESFP – You are stuck in a room by yourself for the rest of eternity.

ISTP – The Zombie apocalypse happens but you’re suddenly the world’s weakest fighter and must depend solely on your loved ones to keep you alive.


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“Growing up kind of sucks. Philadelphia’s Science Club understands that. The pressure to be successful and not disappoint everyone around you can be a lot to handle, especially when you begin to realize that “you can do anything you want with your life” really means “you’ll be good at two or three things, and those things still might not make you happy”. Day Job, the band’s sophomore album, is an eleven track ode to coming to terms with being an adult, even if it’s not entirely clear what being an adult means.”

Album Review: Science Club – “Day Job”

Five Songs In Defense of Blink 182

Fatter, Older

If you are in your 20s and you like punk music, there is a very good chance that Blink 182 is at least part of the reason why.

My experience with the band is probably very similar to most. I heard a song that I liked (“Dammit,” in 1997, courtesy of Rochester’s only alternative radio station), I bought some records (Dude Ranch and Cheshire Cat, the latter being my first experience in mail order), I watched them blow up to be the biggest band for teenagers in the goddamn world (probably at least partially thanks to their nudity), then I got a little older and I found things that interested me more (Take Off Your Pants and Jacket was the jumping off point for me. I can remember being 15 and telling someone I thought it was “too produced,” though I had no idea what…

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Australian Work and Holiday Visa: The Do It Yourself Guide

This is great advice for making it look easy, if not very cheap, to travel to and work in another country. However, the real first step is PASSPORT, PASSPORT, PASSPORT 😉

Personally I need to renew mine.

Kate from the States

People have been asking me how I was able to work in Australia – Well here it is. This is how. And low and behold it’s not just an opportunity for me – but you my friend can do it too. (Certain countries may not be eligible. Read the links to find your country)


Subclass 462 – This visa is for young people who want to holiday and work in Australia for up to a year.
It’s specifically for Americans and anyone with a passport from the following countries: Argentina, Bangladesh, Chile, Indonesia, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Uruguay.

If I didn’t list your country, you may be eligible for the 417 Working Holiday Visa. And if you are, I’m extremely jealous, because you get two years to work in Australia with an optional third year on completion of farm work. This is for…

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