TV taught me how to feel

Now real life has no appeal

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thecutestofthecute:

Another photo of our rescue dog (I submitted one awhile back). We have this little “pool” on our yard and my dad put a couple of fishes in there, and he likes to just stand there and watch the fishes. Sometimes he tries to catch them with his paw and it’s the cutest thing! Needless to say, the fish are always too fast for him :)

thecutestofthecute:

Another photo of our rescue dog (I submitted one awhile back). We have this little “pool” on our yard and my dad put a couple of fishes in there, and he likes to just stand there and watch the fishes. Sometimes he tries to catch them with his paw and it’s the cutest thing! Needless to say, the fish are always too fast for him :)

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Right. So. The way I see it is… we say it was self-defence. And we do that because…well, Gina was suffering from…Stockholm Syndrome. Which is actually quite common in assistants with demanding bosses. The affair was just an example of how far Mr Kaufman’s…brainwashing of Gina went. He…made her fall in love with him. So in this way her…poisoning him was…an act of self-defence. [The class giggles.]

(Source: stardust-rain, via sizzleshorts)

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