YOU ARE TWELVE WHAT EVEN IS NUDESTUCK

swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

swifty-fox:

UHM

UHM

UH

ITS PEOPLE COSPLAYING HOMESTUCK CHARACTERS BUT DOING IT NAKED/SEXUALLY….UHM

ITS REAL LIFE HOMESTUCK PORN

DONT LOOK AT ME

ALSO IM NOT TWELVE DONT START THIS NUDESTUCKERS WILL BE UPSET WITH ME

DO YOU UNDERSTAND MY DISTRESS.

YOU ARE A CHILD. STOP REBLOGGING PEOPLE DOING DIRTY THINGS.

MAMA ANNA. WIFE. RACHEL’S LOOKING AT DIRTY THINGS ON THE INTERNET.

I AM AN ADULT AND I RESENT THIS

WIIIIIIIIIIFFFFEEEEEEEE OUR CHILD NEED JESUS

YOU HAD NO PROBLEM WOTH ME DRAWING THAT MALEC BONDAGE PICTURE

JESUS LOVES ME THIS I KNOW

BECAUSE IF REPUBLICANS KNEW ABOUT NUDESTUCK THEY’D BE LIKE “GAYS ARE IN LET’S WORRY ABOUT THIS SHIT RIGHT HERE”

swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

huffingtonpost:

Studies show that women apologize more than men, often for perfectly reasonable acts like, you know, taking up space. 

So watch this Pantene commercial here to inspire you to stop saying sorry for no reason. 

LET’S BLATANTLY IGNORE THE FACT THAT MEN DO IT TO AND THAT’S IT’S POLITENESS AND I WOULD EXPECT A MAN TO USE SORRY IN THESE SITUATIONS AS WELL

It’s a matter of the fact that women do it more though. A lot more.

Also, girl where do you live because I rarely (if ever) recall a guy saying “Sorry” to me in these situations. Now, “excuse me” that’s different. However there’s a difference between “sorry” and “Excuse me”. “Sorry” give the notion of “oh, I’ve wronged you somehow. I’m in the wrong.” while “excuse me” carries the much lighter notion of “I’ve accidentally done a thing that might upset you. This is me announcing my presence to you in order to make our interaction more easy.”

I see it a lot so I’ve always seen it as a sign of common courtesy for interrupting which, in just about every instance in this video, is what is happening.

Hmm, well no. We’ll go off the gif sets for now.

In the second one, the man is sitting down next to the woman and taking up her personal space. It’s rather rude actually, but the woman is the one that feels the need to apologize.

In the last gif the couple are lying in bed together and the man is hogging the covers (and let me tell you that don’t fly with me). The woman is apologetic as she reclaims her half of the blanket.

The other two are interrupting, yes, and while the third one is understandable it’s the “Can I ask a stupid question?” that really bugs me in the first. It’s so ingrained in our society that a woman leading a question with this phrase is viewed as normal, because women are often told they’re stupid when we’re not. We’re balancing on that spectrum just as well as men tyvm.

I dunno. I still feel like its something everyone should do. But if women do do it Morro guess it needs to change

Oh sure, if everyone did it it’d be equal and therefore feminist and okay, but it’s not and the reason it’s not is tied into sexism and male entitlement.

YOU ARE TWELVE WHAT EVEN IS NUDESTUCK

swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

swifty-fox:

UHM

UHM

UH

ITS PEOPLE COSPLAYING HOMESTUCK CHARACTERS BUT DOING IT NAKED/SEXUALLY….UHM

ITS REAL LIFE HOMESTUCK PORN

DONT LOOK AT ME

ALSO IM NOT TWELVE DONT START THIS NUDESTUCKERS WILL BE UPSET WITH ME

DO YOU UNDERSTAND MY DISTRESS.

YOU ARE A CHILD. STOP REBLOGGING PEOPLE DOING DIRTY THINGS.

MAMA ANNA. WIFE. RACHEL’S LOOKING AT DIRTY THINGS ON THE INTERNET.

I AM AN ADULT AND I RESENT THIS

WIIIIIIIIIIFFFFEEEEEEEE OUR CHILD NEED JESUS

baneme:

may10baby:

baneme:

may10baby reblogged your post Let’s not do this 10 top otps thing an… and added:

It’s okay. Malec’s on the list. Magnus having cuddles with Alec. Magnus’s phone having Alec’s

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Malec..was on your list right?

I was trying to deter your bad mood with Malec and Chow but apparently I failed. *crawls into a hole and dies*

Oh no, i read something wrongly. It was ridiculously late, excuse me, and i read it as “Magnus’s having phonesex…” and i was like: do you really wanna talk about it right now, dude? 

>.> I wouldn’t be against it.

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swifty-fox:

may10baby:

swifty-fox:

huffingtonpost:

Studies show that women apologize more than men, often for perfectly reasonable acts like, you know, taking up space. 

So watch this Pantene commercial here to inspire you to stop saying sorry for no reason. 

LET’S BLATANTLY IGNORE THE FACT THAT MEN DO IT TO AND THAT’S IT’S POLITENESS AND I WOULD EXPECT A MAN TO USE SORRY IN THESE SITUATIONS AS WELL

It’s a matter of the fact that women do it more though. A lot more.

Also, girl where do you live because I rarely (if ever) recall a guy saying “Sorry” to me in these situations. Now, “excuse me” that’s different. However there’s a difference between “sorry” and “Excuse me”. “Sorry” give the notion of “oh, I’ve wronged you somehow. I’m in the wrong.” while “excuse me” carries the much lighter notion of “I’ve accidentally done a thing that might upset you. This is me announcing my presence to you in order to make our interaction more easy.”

I see it a lot so I’ve always seen it as a sign of common courtesy for interrupting which, in just about every instance in this video, is what is happening.

Hmm, well no. We’ll go off the gif sets for now.

In the second one, the man is sitting down next to the woman and taking up her personal space. It’s rather rude actually, but the woman is the one that feels the need to apologize.

In the last gif the couple are lying in bed together and the man is hogging the covers (and let me tell you that don’t fly with me). The woman is apologetic as she reclaims her half of the blanket.

The other two are interrupting, yes, and while the third one is understandable it’s the “Can I ask a stupid question?” that really bugs me in the first. It’s so ingrained in our society that a woman leading a question with this phrase is viewed as normal, because women are often told they’re stupid when we’re not. We’re balancing on that spectrum just as well as men tyvm.

YOU ARE TWELVE WHAT EVEN IS NUDESTUCK

swifty-fox:

swifty-fox:

UHM

UHM

UH

ITS PEOPLE COSPLAYING HOMESTUCK CHARACTERS BUT DOING IT NAKED/SEXUALLY….UHM

ITS REAL LIFE HOMESTUCK PORN

DONT LOOK AT ME

ALSO IM NOT TWELVE DONT START THIS NUDESTUCKERS WILL BE UPSET WITH ME

DO YOU UNDERSTAND MY DISTRESS.

YOU ARE A CHILD. STOP REBLOGGING PEOPLE DOING DIRTY THINGS.

MAMA ANNA. WIFE. RACHEL’S LOOKING AT DIRTY THINGS ON THE INTERNET.

swifty-fox:

huffingtonpost:

Studies show that women apologize more than men, often for perfectly reasonable acts like, you know, taking up space. 

So watch this Pantene commercial here to inspire you to stop saying sorry for no reason. 

LET’S BLATANTLY IGNORE THE FACT THAT MEN DO IT TO AND THAT’S IT’S POLITENESS AND I WOULD EXPECT A MAN TO USE SORRY IN THESE SITUATIONS AS WELL

It’s a matter of the fact that women do it more though. A lot more.

Also, girl where do you live because I rarely (if ever) recall a guy saying “Sorry” to me in these situations. Now, “excuse me” that’s different. However there’s a difference between “sorry” and “Excuse me”. “Sorry” give the notion of “oh, I’ve wronged you somehow. I’m in the wrong.” while “excuse me” carries the much lighter notion of “I’ve accidentally done a thing that might upset you. This is me announcing my presence to you in order to make our interaction more easy.”

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the-girl-from-hyrule:

andyouwanttoupdatetwitter:

johnwatsonismyspiritanimal:

voldemortsss:

Robert Downey Jr. and a cat.

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Glad to see RDJ and I have the same reaction upon seeing a cat. 

Because everyone needs RDJ having a reaction towards seeing a cat on their blog

rabidauthor:

trashy-prince:

2srooky:

shanellbklyn:

x-cunt-hunter-x:

kxngvxgitx:

cold-fury:

One of the best moments of my childhood.

BITCH

ZERO HAD ZERO FUCKS

I can’t even tell you how excited I was that they turned this book into a movie and it was good

I literally have absolutely no complaints with the movie at all. Once, my friend and I did comparisons from the book and the movie, and we found the only major difference was the fact that Stanley wasn’t heavy set when he arrived at the camp in the movie. The majority of the script is raw quotations from the book.
This is my favorite book to movie adaptation and it did everything Percy Jackson, Inkheart, and The Golden Compass didn’t.

yesss this was such a good book and film

And the only reason Stanely wasn’t heavy set was because in the book he loses tons of weight and eventually ends up being almost thin. The director said he didn’t want to force an adolescent boy to lose weight on such a quick filming schedule, and L’bouf’s audition was so spot on, that they decided to go with a thinner Stanely from the beginning