1. timetravelin-diamond:

    I CANNOT STOP FUCKING LAUGHING AT THIS

    (Source: angryblackman, via deadlykillerqueen)

    Posted on: 13th April 2014 - 4,533 notesReblog

  2. Blah BlahBlah Blah

    That’s a good idea right?

    Should I be one of those people who unnecessarily & continuously updates the world about how miserable I am? 

    Posted on: 11th April 2014 - 1 noteReblog

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  4. aggressica:

    This is important. Stop big cat hunting. This literally is making me cry. 

    The way the lion tries to shut out the light…

    :Why would you shoot it?

    (via hubcityhorror)

    Posted on: 8th December 2013 - 380,838 notesReblog

  5. "Imagine you’re at a party. A guy offers you a drink. You say no. He says “Come on, one drink!” You say “no thanks.” Later, he brings you a soda. “I know you said you didn’t want a drink, but I was getting one for myself and you looked thirsty.” For you to refuse at this point makes you the asshole. He’s just being nice, right? Predators use the social contract and our own good hearts and fear of being rude against us. If you drink the drink, you’re teaching him that it just takes a little persistence on his part to overcome your “no.” If you say “Really, I appreciate it, but no thanks” and put the drink down and walk away from it, you’re the one who looks rude in that moment. But the fact is, you didn’t ask for the drink and you don’t want the drink and you don’t have to drink it just to make some guy feel validated."

    Posted on: 1st September 2013 - 94,962 notesReblog

  6. thetweetspeopleshit:

    yooomada:

    skegeton:

    overheal:

    gross-trash:

    i’m

    honey honey beans-kun.

    sparkling hitman clarke-san

    neat

    dark devil elijah-sama

    Sailor Kyuuketsuki Zoe-Dono!

    Sadistic Vampire Travis-kun

    sounds kinky~

    (Source: julieyumi, via deadlykillerqueen)

    Posted on: 31st August 2013 - 86,247 notesReblog

  7. milk-chiller2:

    largecoin:

    this is literally miley cyrus

    Shahan

     i am cry

    (Source: youtube.com, via burtnur)

    Posted on: 30th August 2013 - 1,963 notesReblog

  8. lamortenera:

    The creator of the Iron throne, Tony Stark.

    (via geekmythology)

    Posted on: 30th August 2013 - 51,212 notesReblog

  9. sirmitchell:

    14 billion years of the universe creating itself has lead us to this very moment. 

    (Source: conanofallon)

    Posted on: 26th August 2013 - 47,137 notesReblog

  10. "It is illegal for women to go topless in most cities, yet you can buy a magazine of a woman without her top on at any 7-11 store. So, you can sell breasts, but you cannot wear breasts, in America."

    Violet Rose (via c-icatrix)

    Talk about cognitive dissonance

    (via havocados)

    This is one of my favorite quotes about sexualization/objectification vs autonomy of female bodies bc it’s so succinct

    (via platonicsbeforeerotics)

    (Source: screamingfemale, via burtnur)

    Posted on: 24th August 2013 - 306,715 notesReblog

  11. prasejeebus:

I’ll never forget this exists 

    prasejeebus:

    I’ll never forget this exists 

    (Source: her-eyes-tell-stories, via hubcityhorror)

    Posted on: 25th July 2013 - 66,270 notesReblog

  12. loli-god:

    r-colored:

    Mako Mori - Pacific Rim (2013)

    When you say normally, “and there is a young Japanese girl pilot,” you imagine a sexy, skimpily clad girl that has her T-shirt wet every five minutes… I wanted very much to have a character that ended the movie on equal terms with Raleigh and that they didn’t have to have a love story, they could have a colleague love story with respect for each other. And have the capacity to have a moving backstory. Rinko is an extraordinary actor and she’s incredibly intuitive and very brave… I didn’t want her to be the girl that turns into a sex object or a guy. Which is the normal thing in an action movie.

    - Guillermo del Toro (x)

    YES THE ASIAN CHARACTER I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR ALL MY LIFE

    (via babysuccubus)

    Posted on: 19th July 2013 - 11,342 notesReblog

  13. daveshumka:

Now that I’ve had a chance to give all the details to my immediate family, I feel like I can share this online.
At around 11:15pm on July 4th, I was leaving a comedy show with about 50 other people. A man ran into the crowd with something concealed under his shirt. He then walked up to me and my friend and said, “Hey, how’s it going?” He pulled out a handgun, lifted it up to my head, and fired point blank. I didn’t realize what was happening at the time, but I ducked. I ran away and heard him fire two more times.
When I returned to the scene, I found everybody standing around in shock, and the shooter lying on the ground. He had shot himself, and he later died. Everyone else is physically okay. I was grazed on the top of my head by the first bullet (that’s the picture above), and I still have a ringing in my ears.
All things considered, I’m really lucky. Not only am I alive and didn’t witness him shooting himself, as so many did, I have extremely supportive family and friends, I have an understanding employer, and I have resources to talk to.
The shooter was mentally ill and wasn’t so lucky. The lesson I’m taking away from this is that we need to make mental health a priority in ourselves and in our communities. Support your local mental health organizations in whatever ways you can, financially and by forcing politicians to take the issue more seriously. If you live in Vancouver, this is a good place to donate.
If you want to hear more about the incident, we describe it during the first 30 minutes of episode 281 of Stop Podcasting Yourself. Don’t worry, the podcast is a lot more lighthearted than this post.
Sorry ‘bout the selfie.

I’m so happy this man is alive, but sp sad the other man isn’t. I agree. We need to make mental health services a priority

    daveshumka:

    Now that I’ve had a chance to give all the details to my immediate family, I feel like I can share this online.

    At around 11:15pm on July 4th, I was leaving a comedy show with about 50 other people. A man ran into the crowd with something concealed under his shirt. He then walked up to me and my friend and said, “Hey, how’s it going?” He pulled out a handgun, lifted it up to my head, and fired point blank. I didn’t realize what was happening at the time, but I ducked. I ran away and heard him fire two more times.

    When I returned to the scene, I found everybody standing around in shock, and the shooter lying on the ground. He had shot himself, and he later died. Everyone else is physically okay. I was grazed on the top of my head by the first bullet (that’s the picture above), and I still have a ringing in my ears.

    All things considered, I’m really lucky. Not only am I alive and didn’t witness him shooting himself, as so many did, I have extremely supportive family and friends, I have an understanding employer, and I have resources to talk to.

    The shooter was mentally ill and wasn’t so lucky. The lesson I’m taking away from this is that we need to make mental health a priority in ourselves and in our communities. Support your local mental health organizations in whatever ways you can, financially and by forcing politicians to take the issue more seriously. If you live in Vancouver, this is a good place to donate.

    If you want to hear more about the incident, we describe it during the first 30 minutes of episode 281 of Stop Podcasting Yourself. Don’t worry, the podcast is a lot more lighthearted than this post.

    Sorry ‘bout the selfie.

    I’m so happy this man is alive, but sp sad the other man isn’t. I agree. We need to make mental health services a priority

    (via paulftompkins)

    Posted on: 11th July 2013 - 2,459 notesReblog

  14. G R I M E S: let me be a dork for 2 minutes and rant about something that no one...

    actuallygrimes:

    let me be a dork for 2 minutes and rant about something that no one cares about:

    ok. i really dont need to see rei ayanami in her underwear in some strobing gif with the words gabber flashing at me! i hate all these hentai versions of my favourite anime characters super imposed onto ’90s…

    Preach it gurl

    Posted on: 9th July 2013 - 366 notesReblog

  15. paulftompkins:

All the best to Busy Philipps and Marc Silverstein on the birth of their brand new baby girl!

    paulftompkins:

    All the best to Busy Philipps and Marc Silverstein on the birth of their brand new baby girl!

    Posted on: 3rd July 2013 - 203 notesReblog

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