I call it the Squid Effect: when threatened, the student releases ink. —
a professor commenting on the unnecessary prolixity of our papers (via vouksen)
My new favorite verb. “Friend, this paper is just so wordy. You squidded all over me.”
(Source: firmine, via professorfangirl)
art students before a final is due
is that a human transmutation circle
are you trying to resurrect bob ross
Bob, I hope you can see this.
You don’t have to be a parent to understand the horror of walking into a room to discover that the baby crawled out of his crib and onto that pottery wheel you forgot to turn off. And while the baby is spinning around and around, the dog is sitting there all calm, like a person, gently using his paws to fashion the baby’s soft cartilage head into something a little more modern. It might be the classic tale of bad parenting, but let’s see where the dog is going with this.
Paediatric Neurology, UCL, London
Chemistry, UNC-Chapel Hill