How to use Proclivity in a sentence as a noun

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Level of absurdity experiences elevation of unprecedented degree in wake of proclivity for elucidative ambiguities inherent with governance languages. Pretenses in lucidity affirms role of faithful escort for funeral procession of sanity slain in the alter dedicated to malfeasance.

I couldn't have said it better. I don't know which of the following is worse, but I've always had a proclivity toward holding the Duggars in extreme contempt and disdain, though...

Power provides the ability to choose. But has the proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence.

Creativity is a gift while proclivity is the hindrance. Searching for progressions beyond my comprehension it feels like.

I had an opportunity to do my little research a year ago,i visited one prison in Gauteng,3 in Mpumalanga and 2 in Limpopo........85% of the inmates confirmed that they never had a fatherly love or never had a chance to hear the voice of a man in their household,this then brings me to a conclusion that a father is a guide to a boy,he announces to a boy what they will become,fathers have a proclivity of looking a kid in the eye and see a king while they are still little boys,hence every boy need a father whether biological or not.

Power, born out of nature, coveted by man. Wars rage on, and victors are crowned, but true power can never be lost or won, true power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty, or stolen from the innocent, power provides the ability to choose, but has the proclivity for corruption, the use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence....

To have power is to hold the luxury choice in ones hand. However it is also a proclivity to corruption. For as man is gentle, man is also prone to atrociousness.

We like to joke that daughter #1 may not survive the teenage years with her proclivity for fits and attitude. At this point I'm not sure she'll even get that far.

He has a deviant proclivity to experiencing pleasurable pain. Delivery of said product must be...

Power can be hoarded by the mighty, or stolen from the innocent, Power provides the ability to choose, but as a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence!

Avon, 31 bags, school bus, and cleaning... then there are my callings for church and helping mom... not to mention my proclivity for being a social butterfly.... I'm a busy girl...

[...]stify expressing that disposition and that proclivity and that goes across the board for all sexuality! - Ravi Zacharius

Sex is a sacred gift of God. But temptation stocks you everday! Does it have anything to do with how much you love your spouse? Probably not! Because youcan love your spouse with 100% desire to love the person, but the human body reacts to the sight, entertained by the imagination and gives you all kindsof false hints that stolen waters will be sweeter when they won't they'll leave you emptier! So a disposition and proclivity to do something does not justify expressing that disposition and that proclivity and that goes across the board for all sexuality! - Ravi Zacharius

"A bit like Magneto, but without the lame costume and proclivity to be total dicks all the whole time."

Those with a proclivity for consistently overusing esoteric verbiage don't seem to realize how pretentious they sound by inadvertently revealing their atavistic desire to impress.

What's with Taylor Swift's recent proclivity to repeat her song lyrics?!? It's nothing but annoying to me me me me!!!

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but has the proclivity for corruption. The use of power is never to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence.

A large community of these creatures is currently living in Fresno, Ca. They have a proclivity for rapid and random procreation.

"Power provides the ability to choose. But has the proclivity for corruption. the use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence."

"Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but has the proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence." ~ Revenge ~

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but has a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence.

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose. But has a proclivity for corruption.

I loathe when imperfect people demand perfection from me!! Such a double standard!!! Why is there a proclivity to degrade when faults present themselves!?!

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen form the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose, but has a proclivity for corruption. The abuse of power is not to be taken lightly... for it is never without consequence.

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent Power provides the ability to choose but has a proclivity for corruption The use of power is not to be taken lightly for never its without consequences!!!!!

A friend was complaining about his teenage son's proclivity for missing the toilet bowl and splattering all over the bathroom floor. The adolescent with bad aim had the chutzpah to claim victim status and tried to frame his younger sister. And to think that the problem can be solved with a strategically-placed sticker of a fly.

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen by the innocent. Power has the ability to choose but has the proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly as it is not given without consequence.

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but a proclivity to corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for its never without consequence.

"Power provides the ability to choose but has a proclivity for corruption" #unknown

What does it say when you have been picking partners with a high sexual proclivity? I was filling up my journal with steamy details and realized, there is a pattern.

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but is a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence.... ~Revenge~

Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. But as a proclivity, the use of power is not to be taken lightly as it is never without it's price..

Thank you lord for the proclivity to the meticulousness,lolz!

The proclivity of my actions landed me where? Sometimes I feel sane, and sometimes Insane Gradually becoming an infernal nuisance O' Hell! I tried hard, but failed from the very start.....! -aaka'shhh

Often manifested in war, the fatal flaw of humanity is the self-destructive principle inherent in the mind. If the human race had been engineered, a better fail safe could not have been imagined for an unforseen scenario of success and proliferation into large number--akin to what we see today. Given the human proclivity towards self destruction, it is surprising how successful the collective civilization has been up to this point in known history. I wonder whether the life-wish will overcome death-wish.

An amalgamation of incorrigible emotions and discordant ideologies can develop a proclivity for malevolence that overwhelms civility with unwarranted violence. Our government has established pusillanimous inclinations to award detestable comportment, which encourages impudent adversaries to expect concessions.

Anyone who wears Jordans is openly admitting to their all but intrinsic proclivity to homosexual acts with men all of age ranges.

As i was descending from ma proclivity, with such xcess velocity, i lost the centre of my gravity and was participated in some precipitous macadamisation.... Translation: as i was running, i slipped and fell on wet road

Quote Examples using Proclivity

I found this fascinating; controversial because there is no way to condone the resultant behaviors but equally compelling because I do believe you must be aware, see and understand your shadows to live in your light. This is the passage that caught me... "A psychopath's rapacious proclivity to live in the moment, to 'give tomorrow the slip and take today on a joyride', is well documented—and at times can be stupendously beneficial. In fact, anchoring your thoughts unswervingly in the present is a discipline that psychopathy and enlightenment have in common." See... fascinating... controversial... compelling?

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"El poder...proviene de la naturaleza, codiciado por el hombre. Instigador de guerras, cuyos vencedores son coronados, pero el verdadero poder ni se gana ni se pierde. El verdadero poder proviene de dentro. El poder puede ser albergado por los poderosos, o robado a los inocentes. El poder proporciona la posibilidad de elegir... pero tiene cierta inclinación a la corrupción. El uso del poder es algo que no debe tomarse a la ligera... por que siempre trae consecuencias." "Power...pour out of nature, coveted by men. War's great yawn, invictors are crowned, but true power can never be lost or won. True power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty, or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose...but has a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly...further is never without consecuence." Emily Thorne

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Local Government elections in some states are here again. The quality of persons I see in posters on the street speaks volume on the kind of leaders certain societies can provide. And I ask the question: “Is this all we can provide?” and the response I get is: “What do you expect…candidate ‘A’ is being sponsored by soso political godfather, candidate ‘B’ is being sponsored by soso political godfather and so on…”. Sadly, today, years and years of corruption and abuse of office have turned the otherwise noble profession and vocation of politics into a dark temple where money and power occupy the assemblages. The result is that rather than seeking men and women of honour for public office, our country has lost a sense of a common vision for creating the Good society. Nigerians have now developed a navel gazing and incestuous view of power that feeds on corruption. We no longer trust the other; only those who speak like us can be trusted to represent us. Today, Nigerians believe that the only good public office holder is not the one who is most qualified, the most honest, the one with the greatest capacity to do good, but rather, the one who is a member of our circle of greed and corruption. How long will this continue?

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I'll never apologise for not agreeing with homosexuality. . . Its against the will of God. Only ethists believers will agree with sexual relations between people of the same sex. #via Levictus 18 : 22, Romans 1 : 18-32 & 1Corinthians 6 : 9-10

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A phenotypic understanding of human sexuality variants is inevitable. We will do this research either directly or indirectly and such models will be proposed. Whether a full and satisfying explanation of the vastness of human sexual gender, identity, proclivity, and emotion can be explained through genetics and embryology is unknown. I have my own opinions, but I will withhold them. However, what I believe the most important question is: does pursuing active "direct research" rather than avoiding such realities put us in a better position of understanding our unique phenotypes simply as differences, rather 'variations' and not as inferiorities? I would argue that such "direct research" is important, because it allows a direct contextual framing of the findings. Indirect discoveries lend themselves to semantic misinterpretations that enter the scientific if not public consciousness and often have to be counterend. Even in the face of reason this can be very difficult.

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Wow, just wow. Who would have known... “"I think the problem is that people spend so much time worrying about what might happen, what might go wrong, that they completely lose sight of the present. They completely overlook the fact that, actually, right now, everything's perfectly fine." “So the trick, whenever possible, I propose, is to stop your brain from running on ahead of you.” Leslie's pragmatic endorsement of the principles and practices of what might otherwise be described as mindfulness is typical of the psychopath. A psychopath's rapacious proclivity to live in the moment, to “give tomorrow the slip and take today on a joyride”

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Aphorism of the Day The significance of today's events may not fully occur to us today. The meaning of today when added with future occasions of our lives will become expanded beyond what we are often able to grasp in the moment. Remember the dreaming Jacob who dreamed about the angels ascending and descending upon a ladder. In an after thought he exclaimed, "God was in this place and I did not know/realize it." How do we realize God's presence in a retrospective way? Faith involves fulfilling the human proclivity of having purpose and meaning and through faith we discover the ordinary history of our lives to be providence. God was with us; and we did not realize it at the time.

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Power born out of nature, coveted by man. Wars rage on, and victors are crowned. But true power can never be lost or won, true power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose,but has a proclivity for corrupcion. The use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence.

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Power. Born out of nature. Coveted by man. Wars rage on and victors are crowned. True power can never be lost or won. True power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen form the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose, but has a proclivity for corruption. The abuse of power is not to be taken lightly... for it is never without consequence .... Emily Thorne

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Power can hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose. But the proclivity of corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly. For it is never without consequence.

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My proclivity in picking sports games is to do the thing that no one else is doing. lots of people are calling an alabama blowout. some people are saying that alabama wins in a close one. a few people are calling notre dame in a low scoring nail-biter. that means.....i am predicting notre dame wins big.

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Power provides the ability to choose. But has the proclivity for corruption. the use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence. True power comes from within. - Emily Thorne, Revenge S2 Epi10

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"Satan does not come to Christ with, "You are not the Son of God," or "That voice which gave you that testimony was a lie or a delusion." No, he proceeds by questioning, which seems to grant that Jesus was the Son of God, that he might possibly beget a doubt in Jesus' mind." —Richard Gilpin. Satan doesn't tempt us ostensibly. He sneaks in. He is quiet and tactful. He slowly leads us away. Leads us to drift, to doubt, to deny. He doesn't jump right in and pushes us to the denial stage. That would be to obvious. He tempts us to sin, then in our moment of weakness he pushes us further. A slow gradual progression. In these times we are separated from the Father. We do not a right standing connection. But the Bible says "Draw near to God and he will draw near to you" We turn and are restored. We are renewed again. But the tempter will come. So submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. But the submitting has to come first.

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Power: born out of nature, covenant by man, wars rage on and victors are crown. True power can never be lost or won. True power comes from within. Power provides the ability to choose but has a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly, for its never without consequences.

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Power is coveted by man, wars rage on and victors are crowned. True power can never be lost or won , true power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose but has proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly for it is never without consequence.

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~~ L o v e ~~ menulis: Five minutes meditating in the morning literally blesses our entire day. It expands time, calms our nervous system and restores our cells. It makes forgiveness easier because it opens the heart. It interrupts the ego's proclivity for attack and defense, retrains our attitudinal musculature and delivers us to inner peace. Plus, it is free. —Marianne Williamson

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Five minutes meditating in the morning literally blesses our entire day. It expands time, calms our nervous system and restores our cells. It makes forgiveness easier because it opens the heart. It interrupts the ego's proclivity for attack and defense, retrains our attitudinal musculature and delivers us to inner peace. Plus, it is free. Damn.... and here I thought that I was just #!$%@&!$%@%... LOL

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Five minutes meditating in the morning literally blesses our entire day. It expands time, calms our nervous system and restores our cells. It makes forgiveness easier because it opens the heart. It interrupts the ego's proclivity for attack and defense, retrains our attitudinal musculature and delivers us to inner peace. Plus, it is free. —Marianne Williamson

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Power: born out of nature; coveted by man. Wars rage on and victors are crowned, but true power can never be lost or won. True power comes from within. Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen by the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose, but has a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence. <3 Emily Thorne

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Also, completely apropos of nothing: Dear Azalia Banks, I'm not really mad at you for using the word #!$%@&, especially not in regards to Perez effing Hilton. I'm not saying it was okay, but I know who/how you are and I wasn't surprised or offended. What got me was this line: "A #!$%@& is not a homosexual male. A #!$%@& is any male who acts like a female. There's a BIG difference." Because it's just like saying "a #!$%@ is not just a woman. It's a woman who blah blah blah" or "a #!$%@& is not a black person it's a black person who lah dee freaking dah" It's adding degrees to a slur which doesn't have nor need degrees. I guarantee you someone calling a gay dude a #!$ isn't like, "Oh, excuse me, it's not your kind's general proclivity to homosexual sex that offends me, but your general nanciness, so you're not a #!$%@&, but I'm still going to beat the #!$% out of you, okay?" They're all faggots, they're all #!$%@&!, we're all #!$%@&!. Don't act new trick.

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I think libertarians ultimately do a very poor job explaining our positions. When we say, "No taxation! No welfare state! No government handouts!" the average person hears, "They want to let poor people starve to death!" This is the furthest thing from the truth. We are not opposed to helping people. We're opposed to the government helping people. In any society, the poor must be fed, the weak must be uplifted, and the children must be cared for. Our belief is that government is the wrong mechanism for achieving these worthy goals. What would replace government? Private charities. Churches. Community organizations. Individuals. All of which would do a far better job helping those in real need than the highly-inefficient brand of government aid. I don't doubt for a second that if the state were to disappear tomorrow that the disadvantaged in society would be better off. I'm certain they would receive more help. People are not cold, heartless bastards. Who among us would fail to help a neighbor in need? Who among us would allow children to go unfed? Who among us would not answer a cry for help? Not one of us. But our government would, because they are incapable of dealing with such problems. If government were removed from the equation, we would have a society were people could help each other - coming from a place of love and compassion - instead of relying on the brute force of authority. Remember this - most freedom-loving people are not opposed to helping others. We believe the government does a poor job of it. We, acting as individuals, can - and would - do better.

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The best things in life are imperceptible to the eye, instead they have to be felt. When we kiss, or cry, or dream, we close our eyes and learn how to feel with every sensation we embody as sentient beings, rather than merely ascribing meaning to life by what we see... and it's through feeling that we infuse life with meaning. But we have a proclivity to repress what we feel when it gives rise to pain. Learn to feel more deeply.

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I feel safe when I think and even more so when I have conscience. From philosophy to sociology and psychology, art, literature, science and nature, there have been many questions that have circled my curiosity. To an extent, these questions have helped me clarify some of the dimmed matters that hovered in my head as well as erasing some of my doubts. For I feel that walking with doubt is like walking in uncomfortable shoes. And as far as those time wasting and kilo joule consuming ontological questions are concerned, those I have long ago relinquished. What I have come to learn is that there is more or less a methodology for everything, and with that comes less doubt. When I thought as a teenager that there will never be machines that can recreate Michelangelo’s Pieta , now I see that there are machines that can carve and make anything in any material and in any form. When I thought that nature produced the best, now technology makes it even better. When I thought that people with bipolar disorders could never be healed, today they can with machines that can switch them on and off like puppets on batteries. When I thought that computers will never be able to make a painting with visible and variable brush strokes, there are now software that does that and beyond! At first, it was all impressive to me, then frightening, and lastly, I saw a valuable clue; there seems to be an algorithm to everything, even to something as loosely defined as art. And if there is an algorithm then there is methodology, and, in turn, methodology is learnable! So if there is methodology in everything, it must also mean there is methodology in how to think. And there is, it is not an unknown secret, seasoned mathematicians know of it. But what I been pondering about is how do great ideas light up in someone’s head? Why does an inventor’s mind generate more conceivable ideas than other ordinary people’s minds? We could say because an inventor is a talented creative thinker subsumed in thinking. But such an answer is in need of elaboration. Lately, I have observed through my practice as an instructor that talent, as I see it, is in fact mind’s ability to withdraw a suitable methodology for a problem or task at hand in combination with powerful desire. This indeed coins the accredited phrase; practice makes perfect because without desire to practice, methodology is impossible to conceive. Just like a student who can be taught how to draw well signifies that he/she is acquiring a methodology that enables them to resolve a problem, in this case, methodology in observing or even something more specific such as a methodology for rendering a shadow. Through practice, when such a student acquires the skill and ability to draw well, those who are unaware of his learning and practice will say that the student is a talented artist. Likewise, the creative and talented inventor has a possible methodical way of thinking that enables him to come up with more credible ideas than the rest of us. Could it be then that if we are able to induce a proper thinking methodology that we too would be able to conceive great ideas and perhaps do so on a regular basis? Through scrutiny, deconstruction, synthesis and revision, I am confident to say that there very well may be a methodology involved in helping us how to come up with great ideas. Imagine if you could come up with a great selling idea whenever you choose to think about it! I will be my own a guinea pig.

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In light of the Brady Campaigns release of a sexually offensive and inflammatory ad, I have a story for all our friends here. I won a debate with 2 anti-gun individuals a few nights previously. They alluded that no one "needs" a firearm.... After I accurately pointed out that their 95lb daughters would not be saved from being raped by a 230lb criminal by calling the nearest cop 12 minutes away, but could be saved by instantly using her firearm for defense-they both shut up immediately. Austin, MGR

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What is the solution, or A solution to getting factual and important information to the majority of poorly informed Americans in a way they can easily digest it and use it to make better decisions? 1. It should let the information extend out beyond our closed circles of like minded friends. 2. It should be decentralized. 3. It should be free of corporate influence.

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Proper Noun Examples for Proclivity

Diminutive: a very small person. Proclivity: tendency to choose or do something regularly. This diminutive girl must change her proclivities.

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If you see me today, yes i am reppin the Procliv shirt!

For the first time in US history, single women are more likely than single men to go to college, go to church, have a job, or have a driver's license. A lot of 20-something single guys are about as useful as a potted plant.

Contemplating a question that has probably been thought about for centuries. Do women repeat themselves to men because men tune them out or do men tune women out cuz they always repeat themselves ? Sort of a chicken or the egg what came first scenario - I vote for the chicken on that one.

Ok I'ma try this out....It's hump day and if you have a gripe or need to vent but can't do it on your page because the person you talking about is Facebook friend that's policing your page..... Comment below. *Please hold the profanity to zero. **Feel free to use real names

The number of murders committed by guns has nothing to do with the impact they have on our collective sense of safety, or sanity. It only takes one "statistical" gun death to change the course of the nation. Don't believe me? Ask JFK.

Finished my last case of the day ...shooo been a long day ....now for a long glass of cold .....very cold .....soweto pepsi....

I guess I'm a bleeding heart liberal cause I don't applaud this douchebag at all, AND I was naive enough to expect some balanced commentary below...

Testimony in Canadian parliament argues that pedophilia is a "sexual orientation." Once you accept the idea that sexual urges should be accepted because they're naturally occurring, it doesn't seem that crazy. Plant a seed and watch it grow...

He's spreading the latest NRA misinformation as well...I'm finding out who funds him...

It's clear that the Maloofs would not agree to a deal with Comcast and the City that would pass the smell test in Richmond. Kudos to the Mayor for not selling us down the river for an ownership team that was simply looking for a community and state desperate enough to build them an arena and probably guarantee their financial success at the same time.

Now that this year's CBC's Food Bank drive is over is it time to rethink this annual event stretching back more than 25 years? A "right to food" campaign maybe? What do you think?

Hollywood celebretards who've made millions on violent shoot-em-up flicks now coming out against gun violence is about as genuine as if the same group started a 'Till death do us part means till death do us part' campaign against divorce. But, if the Rambos and Jason Bournes want to alleviate their guilt, they could add up all the money they've made on films celebrating rampant violence and write a check in that amount to the victims of violent crimes. I'm sure it'll be in the mail right behind the check to the Treasury for all the extra taxes they claim they really, really want to pay.

Soldiers behave like a soldier, Cowards don't follow any war ethics.... Invite Javed Miandad and keep enjoying Cricket, our soldiers are their to sacrifice their lives. Salute to the Soldiers....RIP

Matthew 13 v 22. Can u understand that...gm beautiful faces ...and good day

It's so hot today that Julie Bishop has downgraded her stare from "icy" to "cool".

All I've ever wanted was an honest week's pay for an honest day's work.

That moment when you click on something and an add pops up and straight away you know your computer is impregnated with loads like a frog and its tadpoles!!!

And there are people out there who will think this is real and go, "Well, yeah!"

And don't forget this guy is why bars close earlier in Atlanta. I'll be glad when he's done.

It starts this week! Getting more serious with my Paleo, going to WOD like a beast, and work hard to be a more kick-ass person. Time to get it done!

Why is it that many Christians choose to live their lives as if they were trying to prove to the world that they ARE NOT saved?

No internet and a cold shower. Winthrop, this is not what I expected my first day back. >.>

Loyalists vow Dublin flag protests will be peaceful

This is nice but it's too bad he drank himself to death at 47. I think he did not practice what he preached?

I can't stop farting... And it's those looooong ones that sound like a 67' Harley, lmfao!

Can you believe it?, I fell flat on my front on my way to see the chiropractor, mainly hurting my knees and hands.

I need 10, maybe 11, drinks. Who's in?

Tag this photo . . . "Party on, Barry!"

First day back at gym. My face is red and blotchy, my back aches and I can barely walk. So well worth it, then.

Is Satan the only one we should blame when bad things happen in our lives ? Or will it be more accurate to blame our own bad choices and decision making ? Is it fair if any person should ever blame God ?

Proclivity definitions

noun

a natural inclination

See also: leaning propensity