This is my Creative Process Professor….needless to say, my professor is cooler than all of your professors combined.
How to draw a butt. (with variations)
I needed this laugh..
I love how the people at the desks don’t even acknowledge them like it happens all the time hahaha
When you cheat on a girl who you know is vindictive, holds grudges and/or has trust issues, you have to be prepared to lose everything. She will put you through some shit that will make Dante’s Inferno seem like Disney Land.
And she will get even.
The force will not be with you.
The force gon be like “nah brah, you wildin”
She look like she tastes like milky way candy bars.
STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND WATCH THIS.
I started balling when he started running holy crap
I have to always reblog this. It’s amazing.
watched this guy on YT. hes pretty much a bamf.
We watched this in leadership. It’s pretty great
OMG. WATCH. STOP. WATCH.
NEVER GIVE UP
CHRIS JOHNSON, DEVIN HESTER TO RACE A CHEETAH-
Two of the fastest NFL players will race against the fastest animal in the world. Chris Johnson and Devin Hester will be showing off their speed against a cheetah. This is for National Geographic Wild’s Big Cat Week kickoff special, “Man vs. Cheetah,” which will air in November.
“This is the most incredible challenge I’ve ever faced,” Johnson said, according to TheWrap.com. “I wanted to go up against the fastest in the world and test myself, and this was it!”
… Hester also shared excitement over the unusual challenge:
“The whole idea of racing next to a cheetah for Nat Geo Wild was a very unusual proposition,” Hester said. “But it was something I was ready to take on to see if I could get an edge on.”
According to TheWrap.com, “Man vs. Cheetah” will not only look at how the cheetah’s speed, maneuverability and instinct all come together, but it will reveal the key advantages and the vulnerabilities of the contestants. The special addresses whether cheetahs have hidden weaknesses despite their all-out running power, and whether comparing them to humans might reveal new information about cheetahs’ potential for survival in the wild. The margin between cheetah speed and human ability is shown to be razor-thin, with factors like agility, endurance and the human ability to strategize and adapt leveling the playing field.
“Man vs. Cheetah” will be hosted by naturalist and host of America the Wild, Casey Anderson, along with wildlife biologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Luke Dollar.(Photo:USATSI/National Geographic)
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