lostgeekette
221b-bagend-street-badwolf:

only-slightly-insane:

yourfavoriteantihero:

we-who-swear-in-the-angels-name:

amosanguis:

andrysb24:

spooky-tomanii:

I’M 600% DONE.

OMFG I nearly spit Coke on my students taking a practice test

Forever reblog.

I’m sorry I have to reblog this simply because there are teachers who are on tumblr, the fandom part of tumblr, during class. You’re f***ing awesome.

MY REAL OTP

I nearly spit Coke on my students
you are my hero, random fandom teacher

RANDOM FANDOM TEACHER

221b-bagend-street-badwolf:

only-slightly-insane:

yourfavoriteantihero:

we-who-swear-in-the-angels-name:

amosanguis:

andrysb24:

spooky-tomanii:

I’M 600% DONE.

OMFG I nearly spit Coke on my students taking a practice test

Forever reblog.

I’m sorry I have to reblog this simply because there are teachers who are on tumblr, the fandom part of tumblr, during class. You’re f***ing awesome.

MY REAL OTP

I nearly spit Coke on my students

you are my hero, random fandom teacher

RANDOM FANDOM TEACHER

lostgeekette
anyilherron:

greenberetgirl:

#US american’s complete inability to manage navigation outside a trete grid will never cease to amuse me. Never.

((Boston is the city designed by cows.
No, really. The major thoroughfares are the first paved roads of the city - which, in turn, were the major thoroughfares of colonial life. And these were determined both by landscape and other concerns, such as the paths one walked to take the cows to grazing, water, and back home again. These were the first roads to be paved, cobblestones first before asphalt!, and are the major thoroughfares today.
Alternately, there’s a legend that the Boston city planner looked at his plate of spaghetti one night to find his inspiration… ^^ ))

anyilherron:

greenberetgirl:

((Boston is the city designed by cows.

No, really. The major thoroughfares are the first paved roads of the city - which, in turn, were the major thoroughfares of colonial life. And these were determined both by landscape and other concerns, such as the paths one walked to take the cows to grazing, water, and back home again. These were the first roads to be paved, cobblestones first before asphalt!, and are the major thoroughfares today.

Alternately, there’s a legend that the Boston city planner looked at his plate of spaghetti one night to find his inspiration… ^^ ))