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I also used to feel dirty after I was forced to go to church for any reason.

darlingwalker:

i want to achieve “she’s adorable and i will protect her at all costs but also i am slightly frightened by her power”

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I feel dirty after hanging around gossipy, judgemental, and/or negative people. 

I’m kinda “talking to” this lab tech in the lab in rotating in and this was established this weekend, so I’m 100% sure tomorrow is going to be awkward as fuck.

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I started drinking beer thanks to grad school. 

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This plague lab is the first time I’ve worked with bacteria that you can grow on plates, since I’ve always worked with obligate intracellular bacteria before this.

midwesthotmess:

I was so excited about sleeping in

And it’s 8 AM and I’m wide awake

God damn it

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I was a “player” in high school as a result of being heartbroken and betrayed on several occasions.

autopilot-disengaged:

definitivelysarah:

"No homo" cries the team at the dig site. The head archaeologist sinks to his knees, sobbing. He has dedicated his entire career to the pursuit of homo habilis, an important part of the hominid evolutionary line. All his work led up to this archaeological dig site. But now, his whole life has been for nothing. There is no homo….there is only Australopithecus.

I read this to a group of archaeologists and they completely lost their shit

manifestdestiny1839:

sw meme: {3/4} characters - han solo

➝ never tell me the odds!

ideal man= young harrison ford

I finished my first graduate class yesterday. No more 13 hour Thursdays!

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When I was in 8th grade, my brother was deployed. I stopped saying the pledge that year as even at the age of 13, I realized that “if you try to fix violence you do nothing but create violence” and that the suffering of everyone involved in their loved ones fighting a bullshit war was completely pointless. As a result, I no longer know the words to it.

So, I’m not really all that computer inclined and I’m taking bioinformatics. I got called up to present my project and my protein didn’t come up in 3/4 of the databases I had to search in. The professor asks me, “what would you do if this was a protein in your research that you couldn’t find?” and I tell him “bug someone else to help me.”

So then he asks me, “okay if you were in charge and people came to this area what would you tell them?” My reply: “I would tell them they came to the wrong person.”  Everyone laughed at me, but I’m completely serious. I have issues when it comes to computers.