Hi my name is Andrew. I'm a gamer, a Microbiology Major, and a generally quiet and shy person. I like Videogames, and Books. Hana Is my tumblr wife. Feel free to ask me any questions. I like bananas.


Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings that puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly inside.

Sigmund Freud





#that meat lady was the real national treasure

I’ve always loved this scene. 

I mean, on one level, it’s just funny. Steak Lady’s no nonsense attitude, the way she delivers the line.

But then there’s a second level, that’s even more awesome. Steak Lady is doing her thing, selling steak, and suddenly there is this woman behind her counter. And the woman tells her that she’s hiding from her ex husband. Women don’t hide from ex husbands behind steak counters unless they really need to. So Steak Lady looks at this woman who is running from her probably abusive ex, and offers her the support she needs to get through this extremely fraught situation. 

You go, Steak Lady. Keep on being awesome.

(Source: ksniasolo)




Interviewer: So what Diet are you on?

What a queen

Oh man, she’s my favorite celebrity cause she’s so real! You can’t beat that kind of mentality.

I hope hollywood doesn’t ruin her.

When someone who doesn’t know what they are talking about tries to teach me about my major


Here’s how tonight’s convo went between me and a radiology tech: 

Me: Did that guy say he had C. diff

Him: No, but even if he did, it wouldn’t be a big deal. You, know C. diff is just a change in the gut microorganisms. We ALL have it. It’s just that some people’s immune systems are bad. 


Me: *keeping my mouth shut, but thinking: NO! You are wrong. It’s not “no big deal”. Not all of us have it. C. diff does NOT refer to the microbiota…it’s the name of a microorganism, Clostridium difficile. It can be a huge deal at the hospital. 

Then, he goes on to tell me all about how they keep telling him (and hospital workers in general) to wash their hands and use wipes and leave the antibacterial wipes on surfaces for 5 minutes “or something, but it’s all useless”. 


There I am thinking: you and people like you are the reason nosocomial infections are so common. Gosh, people in the medical system really need to be better educated; it should be required for everyone to take at least one semester of microbiology. Really.