this happened to me in class on monday
|18 hours ago||27,171 notes||via: kaanayamaaryam
jeez lady why didnt u just say so
|18 hours ago||691 notes||via: spookyvav
this never gets old
I met the creator of this a month ago and he said he got a lot of hate mail from dudebros who thought that he was a woman complaining about these problems.
|19 hours ago||278,152 notes||via: coffeeandcockatiels
well he really should have worn more protective clothing if he didn’t want that to happen
sounds to me like he was asking for it
Are we really sure he was actually shot and decapitated? Idk, sounds like something he would’ve made up. Guys make false decapitation accusations all the time, you know.
If he didn’t want to be decapitated, he shouldn’t have worn a shirt that showed off his neck
I mean, not all woman decapitate people. I’m not like that.
|19 hours ago||527,254 notes||via: letting-and-living
Game grumps and Markiplier pole dance with Sienna. Love it! <3
And I sit here, slowly clapping through the whole video
I DIED OMYGOD THEYRE TOO GOOD AT IT
Arin is me. I am Arin.
this is perfect.. now I have a better excuse to animate arin, danny, and mark dancing and twerking..
my time has come
*twerks off into the distance*
|19 hours ago||2,503 notes||via: coffeeandcockatiels
WTF I LIETERALLY THOUGHT IT WAS ABOUT DOGS UNTIL NOW I AM 20 YEARS OLD
of course it was, why would he actually sing about real dogs and why they got out
No it isn’t. It’s actually talking about the men who predate upon women in clubs, calling them dogs, not ‘ugly women’. Just look at the lyrics:
And tell the fellas stop the name callin’
Yepee ah yo
Then them girls respond to the call
I hear a woman shout out
Who let the dogs out
Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof
Or if that isn’t clear enough for you that it’s women quite clearly calling the men dogs then read this next bit:
Get back gruffy, mash scruffy
Get back you flea infested mongrel
Now I tell meh self dem man go get angry
Ah yepee ah yo
To hear them girls calling them canine
It’s saying that men who attack women for being ‘ugly’ or refuse to leave them alone are worse than stray mongrels! It plainly points out that women do not want or appreciate the attention and so taunt them with the verse of ‘who let the dogs out’ because they are both unable to control themselves and vile little creatures. Learn to do some fucking research.
|19 hours ago||130,935 notes||via: thetasteofbadblood
god FUCKING DAMMIT GUYS
DO NOT SEND THEQUEENOFSTARBOARDING ANON HATE, OFF-ANON HATE, WHATEVER. DON’T FUCKING DO IT.
You know what? Yeah, this is all my fault. I’m a fucking rude-ass piece of shit because I’m angry and upset and unhappy all the time. I know very well that I am a complete and…
|19 hours ago||10 notes||via: demonicdivagation|
There’s a fact that a lot of filmmakers or producers don’t like to acknowledge, and that’s the fact that a lot of what is done is rarely done with the viewer in-mind. This isn’t exactly evil or any…
|19 hours ago||3 notes||via: tnkmcconnaughay|
Two MSU basketball players raped a woman in the dorms then one admitted to it. Their only consequence was that they had to move out of the dorms. This picture is of me and one other woman holding up this banner during Midnight Madness. Two other brave souls had a banner on the other side for a while before some jerk started playing tug or war with them over it. This was taken before we got booed at by 10,000 people and police escorted from the stadium.
How screwed up are people to boo at this?
Let’s keep reposting this. Rapists should be charged.
how is sport more important than the lives of women?
like honestly baffling
|19 hours ago||239,425 notes||via: uniquelybeautifullyme
Nicole doing good work.
Nicole Byer — sunshine in our lives <3
|19 hours ago||47,217 notes||via: smartgirlsattheparty
#can we talk about this #just for a second #can we talk about how this show took valuable time out of its short episodes to throw in little moments like this #moments that humanized ”the enemy” #and showed the war from a different perspective #and made the audience stop and realize the Fire Nation wasn’t inherently evil #like we were at first led to believe #*sighs* idk what i’m saying #I still get really really emotional about A:TLA (via equalistmako)
#atla#or as i like to call it#one of the most secretly complex and intense#mainstream examinations of the world and morality and humanity#what doesn’t this show deal with in interesting and hardcore ways#family power politics fitting in growing up#cultural dissonance genocide#gender roles self-esteem the gap between self and perception#yes thank you for existing avatar
|19 hours ago||101,969 notes||via: slytherinwithablog
That’s a super tough question.
He’s brave and stubborn, like a Gryffindor.
He’s smart and witty, like a Ravenclaw.
He’s friendly and kind, like a Hufflepuff.
And he’s ambitious and devious, like a Slytherin.
The Sorting Hat is going to spend a long time on this one.
I agree with all of these points… which I’m pretty sure means that by HP universe rules, the predominant character trait and/or the one valued highest by the person actually being sorted is going to determine which house they ultimately end up in. In which case I’m gonna go with Hufflepuff.
Ah, but question is what house would 11-year-old Misha want, not grown-man Misha. So what was Misha like at 11? What did he value?
- "I was fat when I was little [….] I weighed the same when I was eleven as I did when I started college. […] and I wore plaid polyester pants with plastic boots. […] I got beat up some, but I don’t think it was terribly satisfying for anyone." (source)
- "the kind of stuff I used to do to my Mom was just terrible. I was a horrible, horrible son.” (source)
- "We were on welfare and very poor for some time and we were homeless for a while. When I was eleven, we were taken in by [friends who let us live on their] farm for several months. They were unbelievably generous with us. They gave us essentially room and board for months because they knew we didn’t have a place to go, and they enabled us to feel like we weren’t a burden there, by allowing me to work on the farm and to earn my keep. Of course at eleven, I was completely useless and probably more in the way than anything, but it was just like an extension of their kind act to allow me to think that I wasn’t a burden there, and so I would go out in the field and transplant leeks and rake hay into rows and things like that." (source)
- "I didn’t really quite fit into any groups. I wasn’t a stoner. I tried repeatedly to smoke pot and enjoy it and failed every time. I was kind of geeky but wasn’t a nerd, because nerds do extremely well in school, and that wasn’t my style." (source)
"I had planned to be a senator when I grew up. […] I was going to go to law school and be a contributing member of society and I’ve given all that up." (source)
- "Nuclear holocaust was a big [fear] for me. My mom was very sort of politically active, and we were always going to like nuclear freezone protests, and she wanted me to stay educated about it, so she was always talking about the prospect of nuclear obliteration. And it really started to freak me out. For some reason, when I was growing up, bright sunny days, with beautiful weather, I was horrified. Like, I would go into depressive spells. Like, “This is all going to be completely gone when we all go up in a ball of fire.” So that was a big one for me. I used to have nightmares constantly." (source)
- " my younger brother, we grew up in Massachusetts. My parents split up when I was three and my mom moved across the state, a hundred miles away from my dad, and every other weekend we would go visit him on the bus. We would take the Englander bus line and go see my dad. It was a long bus ride, three hours. […] And as we got older, on the return trip my dad would give us the money for the bus, and we’d be like, dad we’ll take the train and the bus, you relax, and then we’d just go down to the interstate I-90 […] and we’d hitchhike home, and have pocket money. We started doing that when I was like eleven and he was nine. Anyway, seriously though, hot tip: as an adult, I have tried to hitchhike a few times, I’ve had some weird and unpleasant experiences. As a child, any kids in the audience: if you’re a kid hitchhiking it is a cinch. Everybody will pick up a kid with his thumb up on the side of the interstate. So just keep that in mind." (source)
I think, given Misha’s ambition and cunning, that he fits into Slytherin more than any other house. I also think that he wouldn’t want to be in Slytherin (and with his family background, he’d hardly fit in), and that he’d request Gryffindor because, you know, it looks better on a resume than Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw.
Vicki would definitely be a Gryffindor. In fact, she has a lot of Hermione-like traits.
|19 hours ago||412 notes||via: slytherinwithablog
Can I just reblog this again because this is beautiful.
ow ow ow owowow
but the fact that this was made is so significant, so many people need to see this
|19 hours ago||553,446 notes||via: uniquelybeautifullyme