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This Guy Built A TARDIS In His House And We’re Totally Jealous

Is this real life? Please say yes!

Ever want to have a party inside the TARDIS console room with all your friends?

Ever want to have a party inside the TARDIS console room with all your friends?

Of course you have!

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Well, there’s a guy who can help with that.

Well, there's a guy who can help with that.

And no, it isn't the Doctor.

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Jayman White is from the countryside of Sunshine Coast Australia.

Jayman White is from the countryside of Sunshine Coast Australia.

When he's not recreating the inside of the greatest time-space travel machine the universe has ever seen, he works part-time in construction with his father, and as a barista/bartender the rest of the time.

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Jayman told BuzzFeed Life, he’s been a fan of Doctor Who since he was 10 years old.

Jayman told BuzzFeed Life, he's been a fan of Doctor Who since he was 10 years old.

He grew up watching the black and white reruns after school.

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27 Borderline Genius Ways To Save Money In College

More useful than Econ 101.

Rather than shelling out money on Netflix or Hulu Plus, rent DVDs of movies and TV shows from the library.

Rather than shelling out money on Netflix or Hulu Plus, rent DVDs of movies and TV shows from the library.

“We used to have really shitty internet, so we couldn't really stream or download movies & no one wants to constantly be buying DVDs, so I used to [borrow] DVDs from my uni's library. They had this massive collection, like thousands, and they were all free :)” — Submitted by moniques4b138ac76.

“I used the library to borrow movies and TV shows for free instead of paying the monthly fee for Netflix.” — Submitted by Julie Ricci, Facebook.

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Borrow required textbooks from the school or public library.

Borrow required textbooks from the school or public library.

“I always checked to see if professors put their textbooks on reserve in the school library or if they were available in the public library… I only had to buy about 1/5 of the books but was still able to do all the required reading.” — Submitted by sarahh43c616308.

“Get your required books through the library. If your library doesn't have the book, use the consortium system to order it from another library! Some classes only use books for a few weeks!” — Submitted by Addison Mercer, Facebook.

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Find an e-book or scan library reserve copies of your readings and print pages if needed.

My school library kept most textbooks available for short, in-library checkout periods. I would scan them all onto a USB. I could also usually find slightly older versions of the textbook which could be borrowed for 3 months and were essentially the same as the current version. Saved me $400+ each semester. — Submitted by specialk813.

“Before you buy a textbook or even go to the library, do a quick search to see if there's a pdf of it online already! Also check if your library has an e-copy of the book. Even if your teacher doesn't let you use a computer in class you can print out the pages you need each session!” — Submitted by samlinm.

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27 Money-Saving Tips Every College Student Needs To Know

More useful than Econ 101.

Rather than shelling out money on Netflix or Hulu Plus, borrow DVDs of movies and TV shows from the library.

Rather than shelling out money on Netflix or Hulu Plus, borrow DVDs of movies and TV shows from the library.

“We used to have really shitty internet, so we couldn't really stream or download movies & no one wants to constantly be buying DVDs, so I used to [borrow] DVDs from my uni's library. They had this massive collection, like thousands, and they were all free :)” — Submitted by moniques4b138ac76.

“I used the library to borrow movies and TV shows for free instead of paying the monthly fee for Netflix.” — Submitted by Julie Ricci, Facebook.

pbskids.org / Via bumbleandmumble.tumblr.com

Borrow required textbooks from the school or public library.

Borrow required textbooks from the school or public library.

“I always checked to see if professors put their textbooks on reserve in the school library or if they were available in the public library… I only had to buy about 1/5 of the books but was still able to do all the required reading.” — Submitted by sarahh43c616308.

“Get your required books through the library. If your library doesn't have the book, use the consortium system to order it from another library! Some classes only use books for a few weeks!” — Submitted by Addison Mercer, Facebook.

Disney / Via giphy.com

Find an e-book or scan library reserve copies of your readings and print pages if needed.

My school library kept most textbooks available for short, in-library checkout periods. I would scan them all onto a USB. I could also usually find slightly older versions of the textbook which could be borrowed for 3 months and were essentially the same as the current version. Saved me $400+ each semester. — Submitted by specialk813.

“Before you buy a textbook or even go to the library, do a quick search to see if there's a pdf of it online already! Also check if your library has an e-copy of the book. Even if your teacher doesn't let you use a computer in class you can print out the pages you need each session!” — Submitted by samlinm.

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25 Killer Safari Tips And Tricks

Browse the web like a bo$$.

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Create a theater-like experience while watching videos with Turn Off the Lights.

Create a theater-like experience while watching videos with Turn Off the Lights.

With the Safari Keyword Search extension, you can look up different websites (like Google, Amazon, and Wikipedia) for information right from the address bar.

With the Safari Keyword Search extension, you can look up different websites (like Google, Amazon, and Wikipedia) for information right from the address bar.

For example, to Google Jared Leto, you'd just type “g Jared Leto.” To look up the potato famine on Wikipedia, you'd type “w potato famine.” More keyboard searches here.

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33 Incredibly Easy Tricks To Vastly Improve Your Entryway

From foyer to mudroom to doormat in your studio.

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Choose furniture that can pull double (or quadruple) duty.

Mirror, hooks, drawer, AND a table?! Win.

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Instantly beautify your storage with woven baskets.

Baskets, recycled crates, and repurposed buckets are an easy and cheap way to add some character to your storage.

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Prioritize what goes near the door.

If you've got a closet, maybe you don't need hooks and can add surfaces to keep track of mail, keys, notes, whatever!

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24 DIY Mother’s Day Gifts Anyone Can Actually Make

Crafting skills not required.

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Make this hug pillow for a mom out of arm’s reach.

Make this hug pillow for a mom out of arm's reach.

Trace and cut out felt arms and hot glue them to your favorite pillow. Check out the full tutorial here.

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Skip the dying flowers and repot a mini bowl full of succulents.

Skip the dying flowers and repot a mini bowl full of succulents.

One less thing to take care of, tbh. Learn more here.

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Or DIY a cupcake bouquet instead.

Or DIY a cupcake bouquet instead.

Food > flowers. Find out how here.

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