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Taryn.20s.Canadian.Biology nerd and science geek.Avid reader, runner and skier.I post what I want, deal with it.

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After a 14-month self-imposed hiatus, I’ve come back.

Bear with me while I reacquaint myself.

Tag(s): #mystuff

I bet there’s both a recipe and a porno called “The Loin King”.

And that some poor soul has clicked on the wrong link in Google.

persistdirt: that little bit of dirt that remains on the floor after sweeping that you can’t get into the dust pan no matter how fucking hard you try, so you end up sweeping it under the fridge/sofa/rug because you’re too lazy to drag out the fucking vacuum

Tag(s): #mystuff

I bought an air compressor today.

It was one of the highlights of my day.

Most people: It's Monday.
Castle fans: IT'S MONDAY!!!!!!

You know what I’ve noticed? 

We don’t break tumblr.

Not for lack of trying, I’m sure, but tumblr is always up and running during and immediately after the newest episode ends. Now, other fandoms break tumblr like it’s their day/evening job. I swear, Glee breaks it every damn week, and last week it was The Vampire Diaries keeping it down for a while. 

So, why not us?

We all know that the next episode is going to be a good one, if the sneak peeks are any indication, and it’s bound to give us a lot of talking/blogging/GIFing moments, so let’s have our fandom break tumblr for a change.

Shall we?

It fucking snowed today. I know I live in northern Alberta, but I do not want snow now. Someone make it go away.

  • cry
  • laugh
  • pound various body parts against various inanimate objects out of frustration
  • repeat ad nauseum

I don’t know why, but having a Dalek as my dashboard link makes me very happy

Even though I’m Canadian and am currently living in the middle-of-nowhere, Alberta, something tells me that I’ll have students wondering/asking about the significance of tomorrow while at school. Hard to believe that they were all elementary students/toddlers when 9/11 happened, and I was in high school.