The Workings of a Socially Awkward's Cranium

So I think of myself as a socially awkward person!Not that I'm that horrible or anything!I'm just not like many other people and thus, i think I'm awkward! this is my world of social awkwardness..hehe :D
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Once upon a “ADA Strolling Goats” memory, we stood…







They’re flirting telepathically.

This will forever be my favorite gif/pic of them.

This is my new favorite gif




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By Eli Sabblah 

She walked into the class confidently and headed straight for the lecturers’ table at the front. It turned out the course wasn’t the only thing new to me that day, the lecturer was too. Female writers of Africa – an elective course I selected because I thought it wouldn’t be too cumbersome. Little did I know this course would change my perception about gender in a way I never…

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Previously: Everyday Objects Blended With Simple Sketches

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Last August saw us officially debut our shirts. We called them the August Rush Tees. We had a lot of fun with the design process, printing and more importantly, interacting with you and seeing your memorable reactions; we had a…

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We told the white missionary that we had such fables too, but kept them for the entertainment of those yet growing up — fables of gods and devils and a supreme being above everything. We told him we knew soft minds needed such illusions, but that when any mind grew among us to adulthood it grew beyond these fables and came to understand that there is indeed a great force in the world, a force spiritual and able to shape the physical universe, but that that force is not something that is cut off, not something separate from ourselves. It is an energy in us, strongest in our working, breathing, thinking together as one people; weakest when we are scattered, confused, broken into individual, unconnected fragments.
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Made In Ghana (or Not)

I try to be patriotic, I bet we all do, most likely in subtler, seemingly less significant ways,…

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