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faensoundslikefun:

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wauw universiteit dan nog. pfff kost wrs ook nog stukken van mensen dan. Moest ik men ‘ding’ vinden dan vrees ik dat het zowiezo niet meer zal lukken om fulltime naar school te gaan.

Bwah, universiteit valt in België toch heel goed mee vergeleken met andere landen?

Studies aan de Ugent liggen ongeveer tussen €300-€1000 euro. Afhangend van de richting en de hoeveelheid boeken die je moet kopen. Geneeskunde is bv. duur. 

Toen ik filosofie ging studeren kwam het op ongeveer €500. Het is in België uiteraard heel gemakkelijk om aan een beurs te geraken dan ben je er soms al met 100 euro vanaf.

Verder is halftijds studeren of combineren met voltijds/halftijdswerk meer en meer mogelijk. Je moet ook wel wat geluk hebben met professoren maar er zijn er meer en meer die toelating doen voor werkstudenten.

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darksigyn:

mattg124:

angrynerdyblogger:

straight-up-juggahos:

kendralynora:

buginateacup:

jaydenw:

whitepajamas:

automatonic-absinthe:

isaia:

rosswoodpark:

time-for-maps:

this changes everything oh my god

do you understand why it trips me out that people can drive 45 minutes and be in aNOTHER COUNTRY?I drive for 45 minutes and im like
a city over 

I live in “Italy” and took a day trip to go to “Austria” and “Germany”

 #it is literally impossible to leave texas #you will be in texas #FOREVER

Chums, that’s sweet, and all, but Australia just ate Texas for breakfast. 


If you drive for 45 minutes in Australia you aren’t a city over, you’re just 45 minutes away from the city.

If you drive for 45 minutes in Australia you may not even leave the cattle station.


If you drive for 45 minutes in Canada you may not even leave your driveway.

If I drive 45 minutes in the us I’m just at another mcdonalds

If I drive for 45 minutes in Northern Ireland I’m 10 minutes into the sea.

I can’t drive. 

I will use this post to explain tumblr

Actually those maps are incredibly inaccurate when it comes to comparing the size of countries… A standard world map, for example, shows the scandinavian countries to be about the size of India while India is actually 3 times as big.
I’m not sure exactly where Texas’ borders end but that one was pretty accurate.

But when you use the entire European continent (I wasn’t sure if I should include Turkey or not so I just went with the ‘traditional’ European countries) and compare it to the States it does seem like there’s not THAT big a difference? (Hahaha, nah, Europe’s tiny)

Canada and Australia on the other hand, that was completely inaccurate. The standard world map favours the North over the South after all. I think it’s safe to say Canada is bigger. But not THAT much bigger. 

Now for the real kicker:

(It’s not entirely accurate, some of the countries overlap a little and East-Canada’s not in Africa anymore. Still, I think it brings my point across.)

darksigyn:

mattg124:

angrynerdyblogger:

straight-up-juggahos:

kendralynora:

buginateacup:

jaydenw:

whitepajamas:

automatonic-absinthe:

isaia:

rosswoodpark:

time-for-maps:

this changes everything oh my god

do you understand why it trips me out that people can drive 45 minutes and be in aNOTHER COUNTRY?

I drive for 45 minutes and im like

a city over 

I live in “Italy” and took a day trip to go to “Austria” and “Germany”

 #it is literally impossible to leave texas #you will be in texas #FOREVER

Chums, that’s sweet, and all, but Australia just ate Texas for breakfast. 

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If you drive for 45 minutes in Australia you aren’t a city over, you’re just 45 minutes away from the city.

If you drive for 45 minutes in Australia you may not even leave the cattle station.

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If you drive for 45 minutes in Canada you may not even leave your driveway.

If I drive 45 minutes in the us I’m just at another mcdonalds

If I drive for 45 minutes in Northern Ireland I’m 10 minutes into the sea.

I can’t drive. 

I will use this post to explain tumblr

Actually those maps are incredibly inaccurate when it comes to comparing the size of countries… A standard world map, for example, shows the scandinavian countries to be about the size of India while India is actually 3 times as big.

I’m not sure exactly where Texas’ borders end but that one was pretty accurate.

But when you use the entire European continent (I wasn’t sure if I should include Turkey or not so I just went with the ‘traditional’ European countries) and compare it to the States it does seem like there’s not THAT big a difference? (Hahaha, nah, Europe’s tiny)

Canada and Australia on the other hand, that was completely inaccurate. The standard world map favours the North over the South after all. I think it’s safe to say Canada is bigger. But not THAT much bigger. 

Now for the real kicker:

(It’s not entirely accurate, some of the countries overlap a little and East-Canada’s not in Africa anymore. Still, I think it brings my point across.)

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ofhouseadama:

A brief history of fandom, for the teenagers on here who somehow think tumblr invented fandom:

  • 1960s: with the advent of Star Trek, fandom moves into the public sphere for the first time with a television in almost every home, creating a large group of people all excited…
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Let’s make Dean in gym shorts the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.

somethingfangirly:

joanne-the-fallen-angel-of-pizza:

idgit-pies-and-puppydogeyes:

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“Challenge accepted!” —SPN fandom.

omg this is still going

IT’S A RULE TO REBLOG EVERY TIME IT SHOWS UP ON YOUR DASH.

i’m not even in the supernatural fandom and i’m still going to reblog

lost count of the times i’ve reblogged this

I swear like half of those reblogs is me

…………………..it’s still not fucking broken 

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