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25 Of Homer Simpson’s Greatest Food Moments Of All Time

Donuts. Beer. Sandwiches that fell behind the radiator weeks ago. Homer Simpson would do almost anything for his family, but his love of food knows no bounds. So see Homer’s funniest food moments here.

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Baby Squirrel Passes Out After Delicious Meal

City Wildlife, Washington, D.C.’s only urban wildlife rehab center, currently has 16 baby squirrels, ranging from 2 to 7 weeks old. Watch them eat, sleep and do other remarkably cute baby squirrel things here. 

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WATCH: Stephen King Did The Ice Bucket Challenge, And It Was Wonderful
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9 Things Only People With Depression Can Truly Understand

The frustration that comes when someone suggests you can “snap out of it.”
The hard truth is, depression is not the sort of thing you can just wake up and be over one morning — and suggesting such may be sending an unsupportive message. According to John F. Greden, M.D., the executive director of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center, these phrases often stem from a lack of understanding of mental illness.

"When [loved ones] don’t understand what’s happening, their responses are ‘suck it up’ and ‘stop feeling sorry for yourself,’" Greden tells The Huffington Post. "It’s not understood that these are underlying illnesses and chemical abnormalities, so what they’ll do is use these phrases. … These comments are probably one of the worst irritations."
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huffingtonpost:

9 Things Only People With Depression Can Truly Understand

The frustration that comes when someone suggests you can “snap out of it.”

The hard truth is, depression is not the sort of thing you can just wake up and be over one morning — and suggesting such may be sending an unsupportive message. According to John F. Greden, M.D., the executive director of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center, these phrases often stem from a lack of understanding of mental illness.

"When [loved ones] don’t understand what’s happening, their responses are ‘suck it up’ and ‘stop feeling sorry for yourself,’" Greden tells The Huffington Post. "It’s not understood that these are underlying illnesses and chemical abnormalities, so what they’ll do is use these phrases. … These comments are probably one of the worst irritations."

Read more here

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i’ll never not see Tim Drake when I look at this.

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