turn on your television.

i live in new york city, i don't capitalize my letters, and i love tv. found on twitter at @kimberlykraft

August 14, 2014 at 12:46am
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cutting edge technology

the amount of times i reference the animated kid’s classic the brave little toaster and the amount of times someone gets my references is easily a cool 0 for 50000

August 13, 2014 at 12:39am
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a reflection on the #icebucketchallenge and ALS, by my friend Mikie

my beautifully eloquent friend was kind enough to share his thoughts on ALS and the direct impact it has on his family on facebook today. when you’re done reading, please donate to the ALS Association:


you don’t even need to dump a bucket of ice on your head to do it.

"I don’t normally post opinions on Facebook - I don’t use it as a forum for political debates or try to force opinions down other people’s throats. But it has been interesting to watch responses and opinions form regarding the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. 

ALS is a muscular degenerative disease. It stands for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and ironically enough, you’ll find my stepmothers name (who has the disease) within the first three letters. 

When hit with the disease, the muscles deteriorate until there’s nothing. That INCLUDES lungs, vocal chords, and heart… Not just inhibiting movement. 

I’m touched so many people are helping spread awareness. I’m thrilled people are asking questions regarding the impact of the videos. I’m ecstatic to read people are imploring others to donate. But my question is - how many of you knew what this disease was before this challenge went viral on Facebook? The thing is - it’s really, really okay if you didn’t. Which is why I love seeing people post videos of themselves going through a split second of discomfort to help raise awareness of this awful disease. My family has been dealing with the letters ALS for seven years now. I have watched it literally take away a happy, independent life - a life who spent the past (almost) thirty years raising three adopted boys, and one of her own. Now - my stepmother - lays in bed, with a feeding tube and on life support - able to communicate by blinking.

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August 12, 2014 at 11:53pm
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south florida weather in one picture

(taken from a friend’s facebook)

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the worst part of possibly getting a pill stuck in your throat is that taking a motrin would make it feel better because it would reduce the inflammation that is making it feel like something is stuck but you’re too afraid to because YOU MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE A PILL STUCK IN YOUR THROAT

August 11, 2014 at 9:06am
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The restaurant on my corner seems to be going through an identity crisis

The restaurant on my corner seems to be going through an identity crisis

August 7, 2014 at 10:09pm
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#tbt: the best lesson i ever learned in high school

in AP english junior year my teacher one time made us grade our essays ourselves, based on how we think we did. i just assumed that she’d then collect them and give us actual grades based on what she thought, but instead she just went around and recorded our self-evaluated grade in her gradebook. 

IMMEDIATELY all the girls started yelling and complaining, while the boys started cheering. evidently, all of us girls graded ourselves harsher than we actually would have done, and all the boys gave themselves As.

from then on, whenever we did a self-evaluation, i gave myself an A. because if the boys were going to cheat the system, why shouldn’t i?

August 5, 2014 at 8:42pm
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a toilet's a toilet, goddammit

matt: why were you in the men's room?!
me: no line!! fuck the binary i had to pee

August 2, 2014 at 10:18am
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i was watching dating naked and

they’re on a naked date on the beach and the guy goes “i’m curious what you’re making here”

and the girl just goes “has anyone ever called you a dickhead?”


i sent this picture to my boss and he was not a fan

July 31, 2014 at 11:03pm
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July 23, 2014 at 10:44pm
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