There’s no such thing as an aura of mystery anymore. It doesn’t exist. That’s a thing of the past.

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disarms:

austene3:

OFFICER ON DECK!

cutie reporting for duty

disarms:

austene3:

OFFICER ON DECK!

cutie reporting for duty

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little-sugar-kitten:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

ronfancy:

THEY HAVE NUBS INSTEAD OF LEGS.

THEIR TUMMIES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE GROUND.

MY HEART

little-sugar-kitten:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

ronfancy:

THEY HAVE NUBS INSTEAD OF LEGS.

THEIR TUMMIES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE GROUND.

MY HEART

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iamcode:

mycaterpie:

twelfthcloctcr:

dustychica:

annyoung89:

Raise your hand if you have watched so much British television that is has actually changed your speech patterns.

I’ve not the slightest idea how you’ve come round to that idea.

Exactly. I haven’t the foggiest idea of how you’ve come to that conclusion.

What in the bloody hell are you blabbering on bout you twat?

Behold, people that have never been within 50 feet of anyone even remotely British.

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hiddenlex:

bestnatesmithever:

karenfelloutofbedagain:

theunknown-abyss:

Louis CK on our culture on dating

I HAVE SO MUCH RESPECT FOR THIS MAN.

'Ugh, I hope this one's nice'

I may or may not have referenced this joke when making a point today. 

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Transgender in Young Adult Fiction


patchworkurchin:

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I want to take a moment and talk about the second book in a trilogy by Tamora Pierce. If you’re familiar with her work you know that she sprinkles different sorts of people around. In the Circle of Magic quartets there is Daja who is fond of women and the children’s…

thesonicscrew:

yes-i-am-superlocked:

nicolrene:

ghdos:

The two smartest men on the planet.

Just one of those posts you can’t not reblog.

This is unreal

Happy, lads.

Happy

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tsundeanre:

landofrosesandfire:

stop-saying-no:

Disney finally has a message for the parents: if you don’t nurture your childrens gifts they’ll think they’re freaks, isolate themselves and freeze your entire kingdom

Also, the trolls told them to teach her to learn to CONTROL her powers. Her parents told her to HIDE and SUPPRESS her powers. Now you see an accurate portrayal of what happens when you keep pain and problems locked up and bottled down for too long.

Elsa and her character arc felt so much like a metaphor for mental health issues, esp depression (for me personally).

tsundeanre:

landofrosesandfire:

stop-saying-no:

Disney finally has a message for the parents: if you don’t nurture your childrens gifts they’ll think they’re freaks, isolate themselves and freeze your entire kingdom

Also, the trolls told them to teach her to learn to CONTROL her powers. Her parents told her to HIDE and SUPPRESS her powers. Now you see an accurate portrayal of what happens when you keep pain and problems locked up and bottled down for too long.

Elsa and her character arc felt so much like a metaphor for mental health issues, esp depression (for me personally).

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maryfoundnemo:

I’m officially naming this award season “the year stars stopped giving a fuck”

maryfoundnemo:

I’m officially naming this award season “the year stars stopped giving a fuck”

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