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Questions?   Hello there, I am Hannah, I am 20 years old, and I live and breathe and study in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A collection of things I find funny/have had to suppress laughter in class over, things I find interesting, and other things of the general sort. I tag all of my own pictures/text posts with #hannahpaiges, so enjoy that and message me so that I feel special. Thanks!

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    Study break. #apple #cat #kittylove

    Study break. #apple #cat #kittylove

    — 15 hours ago with 3 notes
    #kittylove  #apple  #cat  #hannahpaiges 
    hayleu:

this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

    hayleu:

    this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

    (Source: menandtheirdogs, via saltybikini)

    — 15 hours ago with 325392 notes
    in-exxhale:

icy-brunette:

lailuna:

I HAVE WAITED MY LIFE TO FIND THIS OMG I CAN’T I JUST CAN’T

so much swag in 3 people

your lying if you say you don’t need this on your blog 

    in-exxhale:

    icy-brunette:

    lailuna:

    I HAVE WAITED MY LIFE TO FIND THIS OMG I CAN’T I JUST CAN’T

    so much swag in 3 people

    your lying if you say you don’t need this on your blog 

    (via liquidchocolate)

    — 15 hours ago with 965041 notes
    musicghost:

Scraggly almost-dead branches waking up for the summerOttawaApril 21, 2014

    musicghost:

    Scraggly almost-dead branches waking up for the summer

    Ottawa
    April 21, 2014

    — 15 hours ago with 6 notes
    musicghost:

Almost 20 years ago, when freight trains still flew by on these tracks, my dad and I would stack any coins we could find on the rails to get squished into indistinguishable metal. It was so much fun.I also remember putting a tooney on the rails only to be blown away when I realized I actually separated the centre from the outside… I think I still have it in a box somewhere.ALSO… when we discovered stacking coins on top of each other would meld them together… that was quite an exciting experience.I miss those days of childhood wonder, when 5 hours of entertainment could come from chasing butterflies and running around in the forest. Now I just get mad when I lose a game on my iPhone.
Times sure have changed.OttawaApril 21, 2014

    musicghost:

    Almost 20 years ago, when freight trains still flew by on these tracks, my dad and I would stack any coins we could find on the rails to get squished into indistinguishable metal. It was so much fun.

    I also remember putting a tooney on the rails only to be blown away when I realized I actually separated the centre from the outside… I think I still have it in a box somewhere.

    ALSO… when we discovered stacking coins on top of each other would meld them together… that was quite an exciting experience.

    I miss those days of childhood wonder, when 5 hours of entertainment could come from chasing butterflies and running around in the forest. Now I just get mad when I lose a game on my iPhone.

    Times sure have changed.

    Ottawa
    April 21, 2014

    — 15 hours ago with 48 notes
    fishingboatproceeds:

I guess now that this has 213,000 notes, it should be mentioned that I never tweeted this (or thought it). The creator has acknowledged they made it up as a joke.

    fishingboatproceeds:

    I guess now that this has 213,000 notes, it should be mentioned that I never tweeted this (or thought it). The creator has acknowledged they made it up as a joke.

    — 15 hours ago with 283795 notes
    All these widows and orphans but.. what do you call someone who lost a child? You’d think someone would have given that a name.

    (Source: walkingdixon, via the-walking-dead-amc)

    — 15 hours ago with 3190 notes

    jonnovstheinternet:

    So I heard it’s Earth Day

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    Earth day in Canada was last month

    (via kikibeegs)

    — 15 hours ago with 128070 notes