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52 Thoughts You Have When Getting Your First Tattoo

“No ragrets.”

1. The time has come — let's head to the tattoo parlor!
2. Oh my gosh, there are so many options on the walls.
3. Do people actually get some of these?
4. Looks a little elaborate….
5. Good thing I came in knowing what I wanted.
6. It costs how much??
7. Alright. It's worth it.
8. I just have to do it.

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9. Oh my god, I'm getting nervous now.
10. I wonder how many people have gotten the same kind of tattoo as the one I want.
11. I wonder how much the artist will judge me on my tattoo.
12. I wonder how much she'll judge me if I cry.
13. That has to be pretty common, right?
14. Now she is leading me to another room.
15. At least if I cry nobody else will see.
16. Okay, the blueprint is on my skin.
17. Last chance to back out.
18. Oh my god she's holding the needle. Oh my god she's holding the needle.
19. These needles are safe, right?
20. I won't catch some kind of disease?
21. I should have taken that into consideration before I made it this far into the process.
22. IT'S ON MY SKIN.
23. Welp, no turning back now.

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“She” Takes Center Stage In The First “Gone Girl” Trailer

Watch Ben Affleck hunt for his missing wife in director David Fincher’s theatrical adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s acclaimed novel.

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The biggest book of 2012 (and 2013, in all honesty) is set to become the biggest movie of 2014 as Ben Affleck and David Fincher bring Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl to theaters, and the first trailer for the film — also written by Flynn and set for release on Oct. 3 — seems to indicate everything we loved about the book remains.

And the one thing nearly everyone loathed about the book, the ending, has been changed!

Affleck stars as Nick Dunne, a seemingly loving husband who comes home one day to discover his wife, Amy Dunne (played by Rosamund Pike), is missing. But to the police, Amy's diaries present a much darker picture of her husband, turning him into their prime suspect.

Perfectly scored to the oft-covered “She,” the trailer and song combine in an unexpectedly haunting way within the context of this atmospheric and intoxicating trailer.


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30 Character Building Stages Of Getting Glasses For The First Time

The denial, the anguish, the ultimate acceptance.


Learning you will be getting them

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Immediately being overwhelmed with visions of looking like this:

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Questioning the doctor's authority – this guy doesn't know what he's saying!

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After all, you've done fine without them all these years! JUST FINE.

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24 Adorable Stories About Meeting Your First Pet

Getting your first pet (or any pet, really) is one of the happiest days of your life. I asked BuzzFeed writers about their first time meeting their furry best friend.

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1. “My first dog (and best friend) was Barkley, a sweet, playful cairn terrier that was already a few years old by the time I was born. I'm assuming one of my brothers is at fault for this weird logic, but I grew up viewing Barkley as my equal in the family. I would never pick him up, because I would think to myself, I can't. Barkley is older than I am. We went on like that for 13 years.” —Jen Lewis

2. “When I was 5 we brought my first dog, a gorgeous, burnt sienna golden retriever, back from the Humane Society. She was sweet and gregarious, but we were worried that she was deaf or kind of stupid because she wouldn't respond to the name they gave us at her shelter, Misty. 'Misty!' we kept yelling. 'Misty!' Later that night, my mother looked in the paperwork they had given us. 'It says her name is Tawny?' The dog came running, smiling ear to ear, and we never mentioned 'Misty' again.” —Joe Bernstein

3. “My family had a dog and two cats when I was born (winners, all!) but the first authentically NEW pet in my life was an Airedale terrier puppy named Punto. On the day we went to pick him up, we knew which one he was because this ribbon around his neck was purple, a noble color. He was very small and curly, and peed on my mom's lap on the way home, which we all optimistically interpreted as an expression of his deep sense of comfort and belonging. We named him in honor of a previous fox terrier my mom had as a kid (Punto is a Norwegian name, I think?). He grew up to be fairly large and unfailingly sweet. He was once tied by his leash to the leg a garden chair, at some point tried to get up and run after a tennis ball or something, and was TERRIFIED to find that the chair was CHASING HIM. From that point on, he was always nervous around furniture, thunderstorms, and arguments. I loved him with all my heart.” —Rachel Sanders

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71 Thoughts You Have When You Get Your First Dog

“It was so much easier when my mom took care of the dog!”

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1. Ah PUPPY this is so awesome!
2. I can't believe I finally have my own warm little puppy!
3. I love him so much!
4. Ow, his teeth hurt weirdly more than a normal dogs?
5. That's okay! I still love him!
6. That's what chew toys are for, right?

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7. Damnit, he's asleep already! It's only noon! I wanted to play more!
8. Oh, but he's so cute when he sleeps.
9. My god, that is the cutest thing.
10. I'm just going to pick him up and snuggle.
11. Ahahaha he just farted.
12. Oh god, puppy farts.
13. Can I handle this?
14. Yeah, I can handle this.
15. Did I just get a child? Is this now my child?
16. No, you can't leave a baby alone for an hour.
17. Okay, phew.
18. But he's so cute, he's kind of like my furry child.
19. Can I get away with putting clothes on him?
20. What if I don't make him go outside in clothes, that's not weird, right?
21. I guess it's time for bed, he's so cute.


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26.2 Observations That Every First Time Marathon Runner Makes

There are a lot of things you learn training for your first attempt at that 26.2 mile target…

You regress to your eighties self with luminous running gear.

You regress to your eighties self with luminous running gear.

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It’s a great way to build a collection of “Well done, you’ve taken part” medals.

It’s a great way to build a collection of "Well done, you’ve taken part" medals.

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You have a solid excuse to wear tights out in public.

You have a solid excuse to wear tights out in public.

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You spend a small fortunate on the best race shoes, molded in-soles, cold weather running gear, high-tech GPS trackers and watches, heart beat monitors and a shopping cart of gels, energy drinks, and shakes – making you feel like a machine.

You spend a small fortunate on the best race shoes, molded in-soles, cold weather running gear, high-tech GPS trackers and watches, heart beat monitors and a shopping cart of gels, energy drinks, and shakes – making you feel like a machine.

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24 Lessons You Learn When You Go To Disneyland For The First Time As An Adult

“OMG, you’ve never been to Disneyland?! It’s literally the most magical place on Earth.” —California proverb

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According to literally everybody on planet Earth, it's apparently impossible for two people to make it to 24 years of age without ever having been to the most magical place on Earth.

In fact, whenever you tell a person you've never been to Disneyland, they go through at least seven different stages of stunning disbelief before telling you that you have to — no, listen: YOU. HAVE. TO. — get in a car and drive to Disneyland immediately, because every second you waste not being at Disneyland is apparently crushing your soul into tiny bits of magic-less oblivion. And then their eyes glaze over and their body begins to shake in the throes of a nostalgic fit and you have no choice but to appease them by saying that fine, yes, all right, you'll GO, just calm down for the love of god.

Mere hours later, you find yourself in a car bound for the magical land of Disney, and there's no going back. You're going to Disneyland for the first time, as a grown-ass adult, and there's nothing you can do about it.

And this is what you learn:

Disneyland is a cult and you are their newest recruit.

Disneyland is a cult and you are their newest recruit.

There's a certain narcotic effect that Disneyland has upon humans under the age of 18 that leaves the lasting impression that everything that happened there was somehow “fun” and “magical” and “not at all terrifying or awful.” Whenever you so much as mention the name of Disney around someone who belongs to this cult — that is, someone who went there as a kid — they will inevitably respond with any variation of one, and only one, sentence, every single time: “OH MY GOD, I FUCKING LOVE DISNEYLAND.”

We get it, OK?! YOU LOVE DISNEYLAND AND YOU WANT US TO JOIN YOUR CRAZY DISNEY TRIBE. WELL, WE'RE HERE NOW, OK?! ARE YOU HAPPY?!

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They give you a “first-timer” badge to officially mark you as a lesser human.

They give you a "first-timer" badge to officially mark you as a lesser human.

If you're a child at Disneyland with a “first-timer” button, it's fine, because you're a kid and everybody expects you to be wearing one. If you're a child at Disneyland without a “first-timer” button, good for you, you should feel great and successful, because you're probably here for, like, the thousandth time. But if you're an ADULT wearing a “first-timer” button, you are officially designated as “less accomplished than almost every other child around you.” Actual children look DOWN on you as you walk past them, and the worst part is… they enjoy it. They enjoy looking down on you and your shitty adultness. They are superior and they know it.

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