Posted 16 hours ago

nionkitty:

ultrafacts:

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I’ve had lethologica for the word lethologica before… If that isn’t irony, I don’t know what is.
Posted 16 hours ago

curseboxes:

yes hello 911 my emergency is bugs

(Source: blondejean)

Posted 16 hours ago
just a quick doodle :)
some amazing artist who just unwittingly crushed your dreams and entire soul (via toastoat)
Posted 16 hours ago

letsboldlygomotherfuckers:

thesecretlifeofageekgirl:

nevvzealand:

i dont understand how i can get so much joy from covering my pets with blankets and watching the lump move around

I’M SO GLAD I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE!

my cat is the most uncoordinated fucker I have ever seen so it falls over whenever i do this its hilarious

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sephir-amy:

nowicantlose:

mylittledoxy:

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Reblogging to reference later.

Also hangin’ onto this!

Posted 17 hours ago

thebicker:

foxy-green:

bencarignan:

rickybrugal:

dorkly:

Female Fantasy III

Perfecto.

perfect

May they be forever alone for their elitist douche-baggery.

I was recently interviewing the woman who founded Her Universe and we were talking specifically about women and geekdom. I asked about the rise of girls in geek culture and she very accurately corrected me: There is no “rise” of geek girls. We’ve always been here. Girls are just as nerdy as dudes are. Ladies have always been interested in sci fi and fantasy and video games - we just don’t talk about it a lot because men are assholes. 

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Posted 17 hours ago

shubbabang:

whenever something happens where i end up getting physically hurt I don’t really react right away i just kinda stare at it like

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"im not sure how i want to handle this intense pain im in right now im still trying to process that it happened should we call 911"

Posted 17 hours ago
Sup dimple dick
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onision:

How did you know my dick has a dimple?

Posted 17 hours ago

momotaroumiikoshibas:

All the times the 183 cm (6’0”)  titan Makoto Tachibana hid behind his 175 cm (5’9”) boyfriend Haruka Nanase

Posted 17 hours ago

defensivewounds:

kinkstertime:

panic-at-the-dildos:

we Americans act really cocky and assholey about freedom to hide the fact that our government is crumbling and nobody is actually free so please give us this one day to be annoying about it

Kinda feel bad for poor Americans now. A bit like the asshole kid who you realise is only acting like that cuz their parents are cruel and neglectful.

That’s painfully accurate.

Posted 17 hours ago
soliderodair:

Chris Evans and his fear of mikes

soliderodair:

Chris Evans and his fear of mikes

Posted 17 hours ago

the-inspired-lesbian:

Ellen Page Appreciation Post

Ellen Page is a Canadian actress who is well known for her lead roles in Juno and Whip It, although her IMDB page boasts more than 30 film and TV credits. The now 27 year old shocked many on Valentines Day when she publicly came out at a Human Rights Campaign conference for educators and counselors who work with LGBTQ youth. Many were not at all surprised to hear of her sexuality as many have had her on their gaydar for a long time. Even though, Ellen Page’s coming out speech was an incredibly well worded, well thought out, emotional, inspirational one. 

In her speech she spoke of the difficulties and suffering that comes from being in the closet. She spoke about how hiding who you truly are can affect your relationships, your spirit, your mental health and your happiness. It was obvious during her speech that she was nervous and unsure. She had a clenched jaw and fist, she bounced and rocked. All leading up to the sentence that undoubtedly was a life changer for her to say “…and I am here today because I am gay”. The crowd cheered and applauded as Page took some deep breaths to recover from what I imagine was something she had stressed over for years. 

It was obvious that this was not an easy speech for her to give. It was almost comforting to see someone so famous, so well off, so successful have the same struggles that so many LGBT youth do. 

Ellen Page coming out may not have been big for some, I mean, didn’t we all kind of suspect it anyway? But for others, it was incredibly important. To be young and watch as someone you admire opens up to the world about who they are can be incredibly inspiring. 

I loved her speech because you could see and feel her pain and her nerves. You knew that this was something she has honestly struggled with. She knew she was risking her career but chose to come out anyway. I admire her strength and I am inspired by her pride. 

If you haven’t yet watched her speech, you can do so here. It takes about 9 minutes but it is such a phenomenal speech, it had me in tears and made me feel so, so very proud of who I am. 

Why is her coming out so important? The same reason any celebrity coming out publicly is important. As we move forward as a world we are beginning to see LGBT people represented on television. Which is fantastic, but, the actors are usually straight and are portraying a struggle they’ve never really had and while I love seeing the world open up and allowing lesbians and such on television, you know that it’s not real. It’s not someones true struggle or emotion, it’s all been written by someone and acted by someone who is getting paid to be gay. When someone like Ellen Page comes out, there are young girls in the middle of republican city with homophobic families and fear in their hearts who see that being gay really is okay. They are able to identify with a real person, who is openly sharing their struggles. It is so very important to be able to make a connection like that when discovering who you are or coming out. They’re able to see it and think “If Ellen Page can be successful, loved and gay, why can’t I?”. 

Thank you to Ellen Page for coming out and being proud and inspiring young girls across the world! We are so very honored and proud to have you in our community. 

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