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Posted: April 4st
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bearygood:

captainredfieldswifey:




Jake Gyllenhaal


O.M.F.G.
I think I just fell in love with Jake all over again. O_O


MINE!

bearygood:

captainredfieldswifey:

Jake Gyllenhaal

O.M.F.G.

I think I just fell in love with Jake all over again. O_O

MINE!

lowse:

koalatea:

i dont need a boyfriend i need 12 million dollars and a donut 

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Posted: March 3st
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imhereforthemen:

#cockinasock 

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damn jon. ;P

Posted: March 3st
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penises.

Posted: March 3th
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Posted: March 3th
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Sweden Is One of the Happiest Countries
The 2013 World Happiness Report ranks Sweden the fifth best place to live in the world. The report, published by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), examines national well-being in the hopes that policy makers will incorporate the data into their decision making processes.
The report rated Danes as the happiest people in the world (out of 156 nations ranked), with Norwegians as a close second. Switzerland and The Netherlands also outranked Sweden, placing third and fourth on the list.
Nordic neighbours Finland and Iceland came in seventh and ninth place, respectively. The United States took 17th place and the UK came in 22nd.
Sweden improved by two places since the first World Happiness Report, which was commissioned for the 2012 United Nations Conference on Happiness, when Denmark also finished in the top spot.
The 2013 report delves into even more detail than the previous report, breaking down happiness levels into six key variables. The six factors examined are income, healthy life expectancy, relationships, perceived freedom to make life choices, freedom from corruption, and generosity.
Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the SDSN and professor at Columbia University, stated that an increasing number of world leaders are discussing the importance of national well-being.
"There is now a rising worldwide demand that policy be more closely aligned with what really matters to people as they themselves characterize their well-being," Sachs said in a statement.
Scandinavian nations typically rank highly in such studies, with Sweden coming in second place this year on the OECD’s Better Life Index after Australia, but it is not the first time the Danes have out-smiled the Swedes.
The ten happiest countries in the world
1. Denmark
2. Norway
3. Switzerland
4. The Netherlands
5. Sweden
6. Canada
7. Finland
8. Austria
9. Iceland
10. Australia
Source:  TheLocal.se, Original pic: yourchoir.wordpress.com, Our edit
Related Reading:  World Happiness Report 2013

Sweden Is One of the Happiest Countries

The 2013 World Happiness Report ranks Sweden the fifth best place to live in the world. The report, published by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), examines national well-being in the hopes that policy makers will incorporate the data into their decision making processes.

The report rated Danes as the happiest people in the world (out of 156 nations ranked), with Norwegians as a close second. Switzerland and The Netherlands also outranked Sweden, placing third and fourth on the list.

Nordic neighbours Finland and Iceland came in seventh and ninth place, respectively. The United States took 17th place and the UK came in 22nd.

Sweden improved by two places since the first World Happiness Report, which was commissioned for the 2012 United Nations Conference on Happiness, when Denmark also finished in the top spot.

The 2013 report delves into even more detail than the previous report, breaking down happiness levels into six key variables. The six factors examined are income, healthy life expectancy, relationships, perceived freedom to make life choices, freedom from corruption, and generosity.

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the SDSN and professor at Columbia University, stated that an increasing number of world leaders are discussing the importance of national well-being.

"There is now a rising worldwide demand that policy be more closely aligned with what really matters to people as they themselves characterize their well-being," Sachs said in a statement.

Scandinavian nations typically rank highly in such studies, with Sweden coming in second place this year on the OECD’s Better Life Index after Australia, but it is not the first time the Danes have out-smiled the Swedes.

The ten happiest countries in the world

1. Denmark

2. Norway

3. Switzerland

4. The Netherlands

5. Sweden

6. Canada

7. Finland

8. Austria

9. Iceland

10. Australia

Source:  TheLocal.se, Original pic: yourchoir.wordpress.com, Our edit

Related Reading:  World Happiness Report 2013

Posted: March 3th
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fuck man.

fuck man.

Posted: March 3th
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it’s a Cabernet kinda night.

it’s a Cabernet kinda night.

Posted: March 3th
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Before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will fall into a sleep-like death !


old maleficent’s was better! sleep like death? lame. lol

Before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will fall into a sleep-like death !

old maleficent’s was better! sleep like death? lame. lol

Posted: March 3th
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