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(Pff je fype comme une folle, désolée! ;_;) But yeah, I too remember how people also said S was the best. The worse you could go in was L, along the general. And it’s like if you were stupid if you were into any other way. -_-

And people in S were complaining about S being way too general and not enough scientific, as it should be. Yeah. There’s some reforms to be done there.

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gameofthronesdaily:

Breaker of Chains

ponytailwhippingnacho:

supaslim:

Guys, let me tell you about orcas.
Orca whales are mean motherfuckers. They cruise the oceans with only two things in mind: one, having sex, and two, eating every poor fuck they find out there that’s smaller than them. They are such badass motherfuckers that even great white motherfucking sharks don’t dare fuck with them, which in my books, places them above the sperm whale as Biggest Badass of the Ocean. And why don’t sharks bother them, you may wonder? Because orcas fucking learned that if you flip a shark over they go into a sort of coma, so now they do it intentionally so they can eat the motherfucking sharks. Not only that, but orcas have also learned how to hunt sperm whales and motherfucking sea birds.
The orca whale lives in a matriarchal pod. Every pod has unique hunting methods and whatnot, which is passed down from parent to offspring- these scary fuckers have formed civilizations. And what do they do for fun, apart from hopping around on the water’s surface and grinning like crazy mofos? They hunt for fun, going so far as to tip over ice floes and beach themselves just for the thrill of killing.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. Orca whales are too damn cute and smiley looking to be heartless predators of the sea. Well, let me counter-argue with this photo:

THOSE ARE NOT THE TEETH OF A CREATURE THAT WANTS TO BE YOUR FRIEND.

Why has nobody mentioned what’s happening in the original gif?
This is how orcas hunt - or, it’s one of the ways they do. They have a ton of tricks and techniques they use to fuck up everything below them on the food chain, and that gif portrays my personal favorite.
Orcas will literally BEACH THEMSELVES to grab unsuspecting seals (or whatever else happens to be splashing around in the surf) and snarf them down like hot dogs. Yeah, that’s right. This is a 6-ton apex predator, crashing right out of the fucking water to snatch their prey right off the beach. Any other animal that size would get stuck there and die, but do you see that fucker? He fucking wriggles right back into the surf. An orca can get all the way up onto dry land and still manage to wiggle their way back into the water to fuck up more shit on another day. There is literally no other sea-dwelling creature of comparative size with that ability - most sea animals lack the muscular strength to move without enough water supporting their weight.
Orcas have also been known to eat moose. Yeah, that’s right. Fucking MOOSE.
You don’t fuck with orcas.

ponytailwhippingnacho:

supaslim:

Guys, let me tell you about orcas.

Orca whales are mean motherfuckers. They cruise the oceans with only two things in mind: one, having sex, and two, eating every poor fuck they find out there that’s smaller than them. They are such badass motherfuckers that even great white motherfucking sharks don’t dare fuck with them, which in my books, places them above the sperm whale as Biggest Badass of the Ocean. And why don’t sharks bother them, you may wonder? Because orcas fucking learned that if you flip a shark over they go into a sort of coma, so now they do it intentionally so they can eat the motherfucking sharks. Not only that, but orcas have also learned how to hunt sperm whales and motherfucking sea birds.

The orca whale lives in a matriarchal pod. Every pod has unique hunting methods and whatnot, which is passed down from parent to offspring- these scary fuckers have formed civilizations. And what do they do for fun, apart from hopping around on the water’s surface and grinning like crazy mofos? They hunt for fun, going so far as to tip over ice floes and beach themselves just for the thrill of killing.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. Orca whales are too damn cute and smiley looking to be heartless predators of the sea. Well, let me counter-argue with this photo:

image

THOSE ARE NOT THE TEETH OF A CREATURE THAT WANTS TO BE YOUR FRIEND.

Why has nobody mentioned what’s happening in the original gif?

This is how orcas hunt - or, it’s one of the ways they do. They have a ton of tricks and techniques they use to fuck up everything below them on the food chain, and that gif portrays my personal favorite.

Orcas will literally BEACH THEMSELVES to grab unsuspecting seals (or whatever else happens to be splashing around in the surf) and snarf them down like hot dogs. Yeah, that’s right. This is a 6-ton apex predator, crashing right out of the fucking water to snatch their prey right off the beach. Any other animal that size would get stuck there and die, but do you see that fucker? He fucking wriggles right back into the surf. An orca can get all the way up onto dry land and still manage to wiggle their way back into the water to fuck up more shit on another day. There is literally no other sea-dwelling creature of comparative size with that ability - most sea animals lack the muscular strength to move without enough water supporting their weight.

Orcas have also been known to eat moose. Yeah, that’s right. Fucking MOOSE.

You don’t fuck with orcas.

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thecrimsonvalley:

soryenn:

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Had that problem in high school with a variety of courses like Psychology, script writing and advanced courses in theatre. Having people sitting there without any interest just to pass was kind of annoying. other people could have used it better.

My thoughts exactly

I already had that problem with the competitive exam at the end of the first year of med school, because there was a lot of motivated people who would have made good doctors and didn’t pass, and then we got drop outs in nearly every year after that.

Like we’re not children anymore, if you’re not interested, nobody’s forcing you, so don’t do it.

(as a side note, you had some interesting courses in high school!)

I remember that I had this scrip writing course in high school (I went to a theatre high school ) and there was these bunch of girls from the dance course that had 0 interest in actually being there.

They would never really listen, they were a pain in the ass to work with because they wouldn’t finish their stuff on time and over all you could have thrown the golden script of all scripts at them and they would have turned it into a 1 graders school play.

It was too bad the same in psychology, a lot of people who just took the course to fill out points while I and a few others had a genuine interest. And that drove me nuts when we had to have discussions since they basically answered “well I don’t know” or “don’t really care” when we tried to discuss the different theories and methods.

I understand your frustration that a lot of people who were genuinely interested actually got the short end of the stick on that one «

I had the chance that my optional classes in high school (music and Greek) were actually taken by people who wanted to be here, but yeah, it’s a pain in the ass to deal with and an infuriating thought when you think about how those valuable places are wasted.

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Don’t they?? Sweden is way more broad than France when it comes to school subjects. I bet if we had this system (instead of the “good” filière gérénale and the disregarded BTS and all, much more people would know what they’d want to do/where to go.

Indeed

there’s this frontier between the general baccalauréats and all the other diplomas which are nearly never talked about at school and even between the baccalauréats I remember we were already criticizing that tendency to say that S was the high way and the only path to get to higher education

plus yeah if we had more school subjects even just mentioned, I think it’ll be a lot easier to discover what you want to do and we’ll have less people wasting their youth years away

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yami-pimea:

m-e-u-f-s:

Libérée. C’est ce que j’ai ressenti en sortant pour la première fois de chez moi habillée en garçon. J’avais 12 ans. Je n’étais plus Faheema, la fille qui se devait d’être propre sur elle et de faire attention à chacun de ses gestes; mais Faheem, qui avait du courage et pouvait aller où il voulait.

(…)

Avec mes cheveux courts et mon pantalon, je me suis rendue compte que personne ne me regardait dans la rue ou ne venait me harceler. Je n’avais pas à porter de foulard. Je pouvais regarder les gens dans les yeux. Je pouvais parler aux autres garçons et aux adultes aussi. Je n’avais pas à me faire plus petite en me recroquevillant. Je pouvais marcher vite. Ou courir si j’en avais envie.

C’est l’histoire d’une petite fille afghane qui a préféré prendre l’apparence d’un garçon pour vivre comme elle l’entendait. A lire sur le site de Time magazine.

Article in English.

I highly recommend the reading, as it’s really fascinating!

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Had that problem in high school with a variety of courses like Psychology, script writing and advanced courses in theatre. Having people sitting there without any interest just to pass was kind of annoying. other people could have used it better.

My thoughts exactly

I already had that problem with the competitive exam at the end of the first year of med school, because there was a lot of motivated people who would have made good doctors and didn’t pass, and then we got drop outs in nearly every year after that.

Like we’re not children anymore, if you’re not interested, nobody’s forcing you, so don’t do it.

(as a side note, you had some interesting courses in high school!)

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