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This is why you weren’t in the avengers

This is why you weren’t in the avengers

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fressamour:

ultimatefangirl24601:

livepreppily:

preppyinpink9:

I have literally reblogged this so many times like

I’m mesmerized

Their reactions tho

The guy furthest away has the most skill. The third guy from the right almost ruined it. 

ultimatefangirl24601:

livepreppily:

preppyinpink9:

I have literally reblogged this so many times like

I’m mesmerized

Their reactions tho

The guy furthest away has the most skill. The third guy from the right almost ruined it. 

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fandomcollector:

He looks so fucking done

His mum mixed up photo day with pyjama day and decided to post it to the internet, where it has gone viral. 

fandomcollector:

He looks so fucking done

His mum mixed up photo day with pyjama day and decided to post it to the internet, where it has gone viral. 

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

10knotes:

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

THIS should be a thing.

10knotes:

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

THIS should be a thing.

(Source: mrserialx)

wuffspiikdogbro:

takemetoanotherdimension:

They see me rollin’ they hatin’

They hopin that they gon catch me ridin dirty’

(Source: kogyaru)

Two elderly women come in to the pharmacy asking about entitlement scripts.

"For two people, they need 60 scripts? And for one person, 60 scripts? That’s not right. Should be half."

Well, it is right and I didn’t set the rules.

"Why I pay $11 for this and here say $6?" A very angry customer asked, pointing at the safety net sticker.
“For some medications, there are less expensive brands, so the government wants people to go for the less expensive brand, so there’s something called a brand price premium on some medications. If you go for the less expensive brand, it will be $6.”

"I should be paying only $5.90 for this medication. Why are you charging me $8.90?"
“Starting from the first of January 2014, the concession price went up to $6. Also, there’s something called a brand price premium which the government charges on certain medications when there is a less expensive brand. For this medication, there is a less expensive brand so the government has put an extra surcharge of $2.90.”
“No, I should be paying $5.90. I only got the pension card last month. I should only be paying $5.90 for my medications.”

I hate how people think I’m the one who knows where to get a certain medication that’s either discontinued or out of stock from the manufacturer and supplier for a while. Then they take their anger out on me. And when the original brand is out of stock, but a generic one is available, they choose to go on a hunt for the brand name.

"Why can’t you get any?"
“What do you mean its out of stock? When is it coming back?”
“It’s discontinued? What will I take?”
“Is there only one supplier in the whole of Australia?”
“I got some last month. What do you mean it’s out of stock?”