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The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

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The Ebola epidemic has a 70 percent mortality rate, according to the World Health Organization, but leaves survivors immune to the strain that sickened them. 

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor James Mulbah, 2, stands with his mother, Tamah Mulbah, 28, who also recovered from Ebola in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivors Mark Jerry, 30, (R), and Zaizay Mulbah, 34, stand together before their shifts as nurse’s assistants at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Jerry was a money changer and Mulbah a delivery driver before they caught the disease and went to the MSF center where they recovered. MSF hired them afterwards to counsel and comfort others stricken by the disease. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Emergency room doctor and Ebola survivor Philip Ireland stands outside the JFK Hospital where he works on October 13, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. Ireland spent 21 days recovering from the disease in July. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Mohammed Bah, 39, stands at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Bah, who works as a driver, said he lost his wife, mother, father and sister to Ebola. Like many other Ebola survivors, he said that the stigma of having had Ebola as been difficult. “I’ve been rejected by everyone. I’m alone with my two children,” he said. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor John Massani, 27, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The construction worker said that Ebola killed 6 members of his extended family and he thinks he contracted the disease while caring for a sick relative. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Peters Roberts, 22, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after a survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The 11th grade student said that he lost a sister, uncle and cousin to Ebola and he believes he caught the disease while caring for his uncle. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Abrahim Quota, 5, stands outside the JFK Ebola treatment center after recovering from the disease on October 13, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. He had arrived at the treatment center 10 days before with his parents, who both died there from the virus. The Ministry of Health was to deliver him home after his release to live with relatives. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Vavila Godoa, 43, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Godoa, a tailor, said the stigma of having had Ebola has been difficult, and he has lost all of his clients due to fear. “They don’t come around anymore,” he said. He believes he caught Ebola while caring for his sick wife, who died of the disease. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Ami Subah, 39, stands inside the low-risk area of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), treament center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Subah, a midwife, said she thinks she caught Ebola when she delivered a baby boy from a sick mother. The boy, she said, survived, but the mother died. She said she has not had work since her recovery, due to the stigma of having had Ebola. “Nobody will even let me draw water from the community well,” she said. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Emanuel Jolo, 19, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after a survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The 12th grade high school student lost six family members and believes he caught the disease while washing the body of his father, who died of Ebola. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Benetha Coleman, 24, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after attending a survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. She said that her husband and two children died due to the disease. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Mohammed Jan Jallo, 40, stands in the low-risk area of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after his recovery and release on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Jallo, a vendor in an outdoor market, spent 9 days at the treatment center recovering from the virus, which leaves survivors immune to the strain that sickened them. (Getty Images/John Moore)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Eric Forkpa, 23, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The college student, majoring in civil engineering, said he thinks he caught Ebola while caring for his sick uncle, who died of the disease. He spent 18 days at the MSF center recovering from the virus. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Victoria Masah, 28, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. She said her husband and two children died of Ebola. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Sontay Massaley, 37, smiles upon her release from the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Massaley, who spent 8 days recovering from the disease in the center, said she worked as a vendor in a market before contracting the virus, which has an average 70 percent mortality rate, according to the World Health Organization. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Varney Taylor, 26, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after attending a survivors’ meeting on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. He said he lost three family members to the disease and believes he contracted Ebola while carrying the body of his aunt after her death. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Mohammed Wah, 23, stands in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The construction worker said that Ebola killed 5 members of his extended family and he thinks he contracted the disease while caring for his neffew. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Jeremra Cooper, 16, wipes his face from the heat while in the low-risk section of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The 8th grade student said he lost six family members to the Ebola epidemic before coming down sick with the disease himself and being sent to the MSF center, where he recovered after one month. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Oliver Weeh, 40, stands in the low-risk area of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after recovering and being released on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. The high school history teacher said lost his younger brother and sister to the disease, and that he probably caught it while caring for them. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Nancy Paye, 20, stands outside the JFK Ebola treatment center after recovering from the disease and being released from the center on October 13, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. Paye, who works selling dry goods in an outdoor market, said she thought she contracted the disease from a friend, who died in her care. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor James Harris, 29, stands for a portrait before a shift as a nurse’s assistant at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Harris spent 2 weeks recovering from the disease. The former construction worker said that he believes he caught the disease while caring for his father, who died of Ebola at home. He now counsels others at the treatment center. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Sontay Massaley, 37, smiles upon her release from the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Massaley, who spent 8 days recovering from the disease in the center, said she worked as a vendor in a market before contracting the virus. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Moses Lansanah, 30, stands at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Lansanah, a construction worker, said he lost his pregnant fiance, Amifete, 22, who was 9 months pregnant with his child, when she died of Ebola. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivors Anthony Naileh, 46, and his wife Bendu Naileh, 34, stand at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center after meeting with fellow survivors on October 16, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. Anthony said he is a steographer at the Liberian Senate and plans to go back to work for the January session. Bendu, a nurse, said she thought she caught Ebola after laying her hands in prayer on a nefew who had the disease in August. She then sickened her husband, who cared for her. (John Moore/Getty Images)

The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

Ebola survivor Lassana Jabeteh, 36, smiles before his shift as a nurse’s assistant at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Ebola treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. He said that he previously worked as a taxi driver and that he thinks he caught Ebola when he transported a sick policeman who vomitied in his car on the way to the hospital. MSF hired Jabeteh after he recovered in their treatment center and he now counsels and comforts others stricken by the disease. (John Moore/Getty Images)

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during a quidditch game the Ravenclaw announcer narrates “and the seeker’s taking a dive, he’s turning down, can he-” before a muggleborn darts in and yells “TURN DOWN FOR WHAT” into the mic and every muggleborn in the entire arena loses their minds

"oh an excellent-" another muggleborn grabs the mic and yells "SHOTS, SHOTS, SHOT SHOT SHOTS! EVERYBODY!!" and there is no hope of recovering the crowd of dancing muggleborns after that

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The room came to be known as Starks Secret Stash of Steve.

Steve was the only one who didn’t know about it.

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Fun fact! Tony literally in canon set up a Captain America Room in Avengers Tower

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Men who can’t cook, clean, or even do their own laundry are not “cute” and “in need of a woman to care for them”. They are spoiled brats so dependent on gender roles that they never bothered to learn the minimal skills to take care of themselves.

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conversation at work

i work at a halloween haunted house park
Guy who works in a haunted house:
The best part about working in the haunted house is when girls go under the black-light.
Me:
Yeah? Why's that?
Guy:
If they're wearing a white bra, you can see it glow! Haha like why would you wear a white bra to this place?
Me:
uh
Me:
i dont get it
Guy:
you can see their bras. Its funny.
Me:
did you not know girls wear bras? Did you not know girl's have breasts?
Some girl walking past:
What? We have... Hold on *looks down shirt* WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT
some other boy:
HOLY SHIT what the FUCK is under your SHIRT?
girl:
I DONT KNOw? BREASTS APPARENTLY??
other boy:
*SCREAMING*
girl:
*SCREAMING*
me:
*SCREAMING*
first boy:
uh fine whatever fine i get it jesus christ