foxygirlm:

freefolly:

because who doesn’t need a transparent mermaid swimming through their blog

foxygirlm:

freefolly:

because who doesn’t need a transparent mermaid swimming through their blog

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kiransingh:

the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bags despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life

(via destiel-dreamer)

twinpersonalitys:

ironychan:

redcaplf:

… Clockodiles? Is that pun very bad?

CLOCKODILES.

somewhere captain hook is shitting himself

twinpersonalitys:

ironychan:

redcaplf:

… Clockodiles? Is that pun very bad?

CLOCKODILES.

somewhere captain hook is shitting himself

(via deafienerd)

liqhtly:

i have two moods:

1. everybody get the fuck away from me

2. someone come over and cuddle and watch movies with me

there is no in between

(via sheisafighter)

batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

(via moebiusbackbone)

dynastylnoire:

daniellemertina:

the-uncensored-she:

micdotcom:

Teen’s Auschwitz selfie reminds us all to think before posting online

If you needed more evidence that you should think carefully about what you put online, a girl named Breanna Mitchell has incited the Internet by tweeting a “smiling selfie” of herself at the remains of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.
Posted in June, it only came to the Internet’s attention this month, when angry Twitter users reacted en masse to the perceived desecration of a memorial to human brutality.
But this isn’t just about selfies | Follow micdotcom


This girl’s a fucking dumbass.

Nobody would be mad if you took a smiling selfie on a plantation in the South. Of course, weddings literally happen on plantations so… 

Can we just talk about all the horrible pictures being taken at A Subtlety?
Can we talk about Plantation style weddings?
Can we talk about ghetto/black face parties at colleges?
I mean, white people hire photographers to take shots of them participating in apologetically racist shit on a regular basis but there is no outrage there outside of the black community.

dynastylnoire:

daniellemertina:

the-uncensored-she:

micdotcom:

Teen’s Auschwitz selfie reminds us all to think before posting online

If you needed more evidence that you should think carefully about what you put online, a girl named Breanna Mitchell has incited the Internet by tweeting a “smiling selfie” of herself at the remains of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.

Posted in June, it only came to the Internet’s attention this month, when angry Twitter users reacted en masse to the perceived desecration of a memorial to human brutality.

But this isn’t just about selfies | Follow micdotcom

This girl’s a fucking dumbass.

Nobody would be mad if you took a smiling selfie on a plantation in the South. Of course, weddings literally happen on plantations so… 

Can we just talk about all the horrible pictures being taken at A Subtlety?

Can we talk about Plantation style weddings?

Can we talk about ghetto/black face parties at colleges?

I mean, white people hire photographers to take shots of them participating in apologetically racist shit on a regular basis but there is no outrage there outside of the black community.

(via moebiusbackbone)

lootcrate:

Awesome video game Bento Boxes!

(via squatsyeah)

I’m going to make a very firm statement right now: The only people who have the right to define what bisexuality is are people who identify as bisexual. If they were to come to a major consensus to say “Yes, bisexuality refers to loving two genders or two sexes, and only that” then it would be one thing. It’s also different from bisexuals who say “I am bisexual because I am interested in both men and women.” Instead, a definition is being pushed onto bisexuals by people who do not identify with the label rather than by people who identify with it.

As pansexuals, this is something that needs to stop. We are perfectly capable of defining ourselves without automatically framing it as an alternative to bisexuality. And we are perfectly capable of responding to the inevitable “…so, you’re bi then?” responses with “no, I do not identify with that” rather than “but bisexuals are binarists/transphobic/only open to two genders!” Until we do that, we are perpetuating the same devaluation of identity that causes some bisexuals to make ignorant statements that pansexuals are just hipster bisexuals who want to be special snowflakes. If you oppose pansexuality being defined as an attention-seeking form of bisexuality for hipsters, don’t make the same mistake by giving self-congratulatory definitions of bisexuality.