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AGGRESSIVE

Straight to the point.

This shit is my favorite

THIS IS HOW YOU GO ON DATES. none of this fucking “i dunno, what do you wanna do?” bullshit. don’t fuck around. if you ask someone on a date you plan where you’re going to take them and you fucking PAY FOR IT

vonmunsterr:

AGGRESSIVE

Straight to the point.

This shit is my favorite

THIS IS HOW YOU GO ON DATES. none of this fucking “i dunno, what do you wanna do?” bullshit. don’t fuck around. if you ask someone on a date you plan where you’re going to take them and you fucking PAY FOR IT

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megarah-moon:

Koko the world-famous signing gorilla was in mourning over the beloved Bay Area actor and comedian, Robin Williams. The Woodside, California-based Gorilla Foundation was formed in 1976 in part to to care for Koko, a gorilla born at the San Francisco Zoo in 1971 who became famous for her fluency in sign language and for her amazing relationship with a kitten. 

According to a Foundation spokesperson, when the calls regarding Williams’ death began to come into the facility, Koko approached Foundation co-founder Dr. Penny Patterson “with an inquiring look on her face.”

Dr. Patterson told Koko that “we have lost a dear friend, Robin Williams,” a spokesperson said. Later in the day, after hearing another person break down in tears, Koko signed “CRY LIP,” withdrew, and “became very somber, with her head bowed and her lip quivering.”

“Koko and Robin’s encounter is a supreme example of how humans and gorillas can overcome interspecies boundaries and express the highest form of empathy — embracing differences,” Dr. Patterson said in a statement.

“Robin’s ability to just ‘hang out’ with Koko, a gorilla, and in minutes become one of her closest friends, was extraordinary and unforgettable for Koko. We hope that when you remember Robin Williams, you’ll remember that he is not only one of the world’s most beloved entertainers but also one of the world’s most powerful ambassadors for great ape conservation.” [x]