bijoukaiba:

plumblesbumbles:

c2ndy2c1d:

fristjra:

hokeyfright:







IT GETS FUNNIER EVERY TIME I SEE IT

bijoukaiba:

plumblesbumbles:

c2ndy2c1d:

fristjra:

hokeyfright:

IT GETS FUNNIER EVERY TIME I SEE IT

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      tetris-cat:

      My favorite internet phenomenon is when someone comments on a YouTube video with a really benign comment like “I love this song!” and then there are a bunch of hidden responses to that comment and then the last one isn’t hidden and it’s something like “you ignorant tool, I can’t believe anyone would even defend Eisenhower’s foreign policies, let alone compare them to political strategies of Napoleon. Take your asinine opinions elsewhere (and FYI, the Chinese DID invent noodles. idiot.)”

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          seadeepspaceontheside:

          image

          Yes, I’ll accept the charges.

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            stoned-levi:

Okay Erwin.

            stoned-levi:

            Okay Erwin.

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              everythingmilk:

zubat:

I already made a separate post with a tweet I made regarding the subject, but I wanted to speak about it in further detail.
This morning I was enjoying a cup of hot chocolate at the beach by myself when a man I have never seen before grabbed my head from behind to adjust it so he could observe the tattoos behind my ear and on the back of my neck. I was so terrified I couldn’t even move. When he had the audacity to ask me, “What do the diamonds behind your ear mean?” I flipped. 
"How dare you invade my personal space and touch me without my consent! I should knock your teeth down your throat for that!"
"— but I just wanted to see your tattoos!" 
Unfortunately, things like this are very common in the body modification community. People grab my arms to look at my sleeves or my hands to look at my hand/finger tattoos, some will adjust the top of my shirt to look at my chest piece, a few have lifted up my skirts and dresses to look at the tattoos on my shins and thighs, and one person grabbed the bottom of my lip and pulled it out when they saw I had a tattoo inside my lip.
I hear countless stories like mine on a daily basis. Some include how people will stick their fingers in the lobes of someones ear, how people will touch the piercings on someones face and ask “did it hurt?”, and how people will touch the bodies of others to observe their tattoos. It’s a trend that seriously needs to end.
You shouldn’t touch anyone without their permission, but people seem to think it’s justifiable to touch someone with body modifications because “I just want to see!” Nothing justifies or excuses it. Body modifications doesn’t mean people can touch us without our consent. Please respect the individual spaces of others and knock it off.

jesus this even happens what the actual living breathing fuck

              everythingmilk:

              zubat:

              I already made a separate post with a tweet I made regarding the subject, but I wanted to speak about it in further detail.

              This morning I was enjoying a cup of hot chocolate at the beach by myself when a man I have never seen before grabbed my head from behind to adjust it so he could observe the tattoos behind my ear and on the back of my neck. I was so terrified I couldn’t even move. When he had the audacity to ask me, “What do the diamonds behind your ear mean?” I flipped. 

              "How dare you invade my personal space and touch me without my consent! I should knock your teeth down your throat for that!"

              "— but I just wanted to see your tattoos!" 

              Unfortunately, things like this are very common in the body modification community. People grab my arms to look at my sleeves or my hands to look at my hand/finger tattoos, some will adjust the top of my shirt to look at my chest piece, a few have lifted up my skirts and dresses to look at the tattoos on my shins and thighs, and one person grabbed the bottom of my lip and pulled it out when they saw I had a tattoo inside my lip.

              I hear countless stories like mine on a daily basis. Some include how people will stick their fingers in the lobes of someones ear, how people will touch the piercings on someones face and ask “did it hurt?”, and how people will touch the bodies of others to observe their tattoos. It’s a trend that seriously needs to end.

              You shouldn’t touch anyone without their permission, but people seem to think it’s justifiable to touch someone with body modifications because “I just want to see!” Nothing justifies or excuses it. Body modifications doesn’t mean people can touch us without our consent. Please respect the individual spaces of others and knock it off.

              jesus this even happens what the actual living breathing fuck

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                  kldzbop:

                  officialnasa:

                  kldzbop:

                  how many star in the sky

                  Like 7 star

                  good job nasa keep up the good work

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                    charmedsevenfold:

snoozlebee:

lepetitdragon:

tenaciousbee:

destroyer:





WHAT’S GOIN’ ON!



Everyone else can go home

OMFG

omg lol

best cosplay of all time

I love that the cheekbones are drawn on her face.

warning: my policy for this blog is to repost this every time it pops up on my dash

can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that every troll cosplayer in this picture is a terezi

                    charmedsevenfold:

                    snoozlebee:

                    lepetitdragon:

                    tenaciousbee:

                    destroyer:

                    WHAT’S GOIN’ ON!

                    image

                    Everyone else can go home

                    OMFG

                    omg lol

                    best cosplay of all time

                    I love that the cheekbones are drawn on her face.

                    warning: my policy for this blog is to repost this every time it pops up on my dash

                    can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that every troll cosplayer in this picture is a terezi

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                        assdownloader:

you missed the rest

                        assdownloader:

                        you missed the rest

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                          thorinoakenbutt:

                          castielandpie:

                          poryqon:

                          it bothers me that Kansas and Arkansas are not pronounced the same

                          I’m from the UK and I have been pronouncing Arkansas as Ar-Kansas my whole life

                          For all my non-american friends, Arkansas is pronounced ark-an-saw

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                            fishingboatproceeds:

                            Earlier today, I met with several students at Addis Ababa University to discuss the opportunities and challenges they face in their academic and professional lives. 

                            One of the biggest challenges we have here on the Internet is hearing marginalized and underrepresented voices, especially those across the digital divide. You can’t amplify voices online that aren’t online.

                            While all of the young people I talked to used the Internet and most had regular access via a tablet, smartphone, or laptop, none had blogs or tumblrs or YouTube channels, and none had social network interactions with people outside their IRL social networks. I’m sure there are English-language tumblrs from Ethiopian students (although I haven’t been able to find any today), but almost all voices—even highly educated and privileged ones—from the world’s poorest countries go completely unheard online.

                            (And when we do hear them, it’s usually through an intermediary: videos edited by someone else, transcripts of interviews, etc. It’s not direct participation in the conversation by, for instance, posting to tumblr or reblogging HIMYM gifs. [The students I spoke to agreed that HIMYM is the best American show they have on TV, although a couple said that watching TV was a waste of time and a distraction from studying, to which I said HAVE YOU SEEN PHINEAS AND FERB BECAUSE IT IS TOTALLY EDUCATIONAL.])

                            Anyway, all of this is a long preamble to say: Earlier today I met with a 20-year-old law student who helped found an organization in Ethiopia devoted to empowering women and ending gender-based violence. (I’ll include her talking about her work in a video soon.)

                            The organization does fundraisers so the poorest women at the university can have access to contraception, and every year they have a Blood Drive for Mothers, where many students donate blood to combat maternal death. (Post-partum hemorrhaging is a too-common cause of death among Ethiopian women.)

                            We often think of global charity as people from rich countries giving money to people from poor countries. But the real story is much more complicated (and much more exciting!); we just don’t hear those stories often, because organizations like the one founded by the young woman I met don’t have YouTube videos or tumblrs.

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                              nihongogahanasenai:

                              Archer at a Japanese Coming of Age Ceremony.

                              Photography by Jeffrey Friedl.

                              From:
                              http://regex.info/blog/2012-01-23/1932

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