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  1. I got the Professor Layton/Phoenix Wright crossover game and so far I am not disappointed.

    1 day ago  /  0 notes

  2. the-sharpie-klepto:

    childishflamingo:

    my favorite thing in stories is when the antagonist doesn’t die, but instead they realize they were being kind of a stupid dick (maybe because the protagonist saved them or something) and then they have to kind of awkwardly tag along with the heroes in order to make up for their mistakes and gradually become slightly less evil

    image

    (via catnippackets)

    1 day ago  /  61,031 notes  /  Source: zukozukozukozukozuko

  3. ex0skeletal:

    Fun shark attack facts:

    • In 1996, toilets injured 43,000 Americans a year. Sharks injured 13.
    • In 1996, 2,600 Americans were injured by room fresheners. Sharks injured 13.
    • In 1996, buckets and pails injured almost 11,000 Americans. Sharks injured 13.
    • For every human killed by a shark, humans kill approximately two million sharks.

    Conclusions:

    1. Humans are assholes.
    2. Sharks are not assholes.
    3. Apparently everyone in 1996 lived in a real-life infomercial.

    (via slumsdrunk)

    1 day ago  /  161,024 notes  /  Source: ex0skeletal

  4. RWBY THINGS;

                                ↳Every weapon doubles as a gun

    (via fuckyeahrwby)

    1 day ago  /  3,679 notes  /  Source: littleredhuntress

  5. isaia:

    LEARN UR PERSPECTIVE BASICS, KIDS! ╰(´◔ω◔ `)╯

    (via itswalky)

    1 day ago  /  21,356 notes  /  Source: fudou

  6. countingthescars11:

darrenpillowscriss:

aesawinterfell:

yodropthechampagne:

i wrote a poem

whoa

I almost scrolled past this but it’s actually really fucking deep…

This is amazing

    countingthescars11:

    darrenpillowscriss:

    aesawinterfell:

    yodropthechampagne:

    i wrote a poem

    whoa

    I almost scrolled past this but it’s actually really fucking deep…

    This is amazing

    (via catnippackets)

    1 day ago  /  494,180 notes  /  Source: queergh0st

  7. blizooka:

areyoufrckingkiddingme:

hate:

typical:

parliamentarians:

Racism and ignorance clearly evident in our society, as experienced by my friend’s sister. This is what her potential dorm roommate, whom she had never met or talked to before, tweeted about her.
"Today I googled my last name and found this as one of the search results. Apparently, just by looking at my profile picture, I am Indian and I can barely speak english. This, my friends, is a prime example of racial profiling. I am an American citizen. I was born in Houston, Texas. My roots are not from India but from Africa. My parents are Algerian. I am Algerian American. English is my primary language and it is a struggle for me to speak my parent’s native tongue. My name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. I wear a hijab (a head covering), and not a niqab ( a facial covering that excludes the eyes) though I do admire, respect, and find the beauty in all those who do choose to wear the niqab. But this girl is right, I probably would have had a heart attack living with a person who could not, and refused to, respect me and my beliefs. I can only thank God for an opening of a single room shortly after they assigned this roommate, way before I knew she had posted any of this. Alhamdullilah. I also thank God for being born in Houston, one of the most multicultural cities in the United States, and not experiencing racism like this everyday of my life. Sunday is my move in day and the start of my college career. This can be nothing but a good sign for the years to come, inshaAllah.  In conclusion, I urge everyone, please, don’t judge a person by their appearances. Racism exists in this nation because we continue to do so. We have to look beyond the covers of appearances and read the texts of their characters. Stand with me and ‪#‎stopracism‬.” -Roukaya Mabizari

She should be banned from life

this is so fucked up

this makes my fucking stomach hurt.

revulsion to the highest degree.

    blizooka:

    areyoufrckingkiddingme:

    hate:

    typical:

    parliamentarians:

    Racism and ignorance clearly evident in our society, as experienced by my friend’s sister. This is what her potential dorm roommate, whom she had never met or talked to before, tweeted about her.

    "Today I googled my last name and found this as one of the search results. Apparently, just by looking at my profile picture, I am Indian and I can barely speak english. This, my friends, is a prime example of racial profiling. I am an American citizen. I was born in Houston, Texas. My roots are not from India but from Africa. My parents are Algerian. I am Algerian American. English is my primary language and it is a struggle for me to speak my parent’s native tongue. My name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. I wear a hijab (a head covering), and not a niqab ( a facial covering that excludes the eyes) though I do admire, respect, and find the beauty in all those who do choose to wear the niqab. But this girl is right, I probably would have had a heart attack living with a person who could not, and refused to, respect me and my beliefs. I can only thank God for an opening of a single room shortly after they assigned this roommate, way before I knew she had posted any of this. Alhamdullilah. I also thank God for being born in Houston, one of the most multicultural cities in the United States, and not experiencing racism like this everyday of my life.
    Sunday is my move in day and the start of my college career. This can be nothing but a good sign for the years to come, inshaAllah.
    In conclusion, I urge everyone, please, don’t judge a person by their appearances. Racism exists in this nation because we continue to do so. We have to look beyond the covers of appearances and read the texts of their characters. Stand with me and ‪#‎stopracism‬.”
    -Roukaya Mabizari

    She should be banned from life

    this is so fucked up

    this makes my fucking stomach hurt.

    revulsion to the highest degree.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  45,358 notes  /  Source: parliamentarians

  8. dogmobile:

    Fall 2014 fashion: Scout’s ham costume from To Kill A Mockingbird

    image

    Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty, Spring/Summer 2005.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  54,100 notes  /  Source: dogmobile

  9. sandandglass:

    Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  237,893 notes  /  Source: sandandglass

  10. Every Time

    smitethepatriarchy:

    Someone sent me a death threat.

    "WHERE’S THE PROOF"

    Here’s a screenshot of the actual threat.

    "IT’S OBVIOUSLY FAKE"

    What could make you possibly think-

    "IT WAS TYPED REALLY FAST AND USED A FULL NAME."

    …It sounds like you’re really going out of your way to not believe-

    "HOW DARE YOU I’M NOT SEXIST YOU ARE."

    Okay bye.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  175 notes  /  Source: smitethepatriarchy

  11. nateswinehart:

    Being good to each other is so important, guys.

    (via squeewentthefangirl)

    1 day ago  /  204,120 notes  /  Source: nateswinehart

  12. feitclub:

thebicker:

okcreepsters:

This came from a 32 year old man.

Literally all she said was “no.”

I’ve come to understand why, during my internet dating years, so many women responded to my inquiries (I promise I wasn’t creepy) by not responding at all. At the time it drove me crazy, the silence, even more so than the rejections. We’re both on this webspace looking to meet people, can’t you give me a simple “no thanks” so I know when to walk away?
Now I get it. If you’re a woman on the internet, every single interaction is a roll of the dice and you can never tell when that roll will come up “u ugly bitch” so it’s safer and easier to just not say anything. In the online dating world, that becomes common sense.
But never forget: there are men who don’t even wait for that reply. Just being a woman online can be enough to trigger a dice roll. Imagine if every tweet or article you wrote meant a personal insult came your way. Sure, you can block, you can mute, you can ignore, but eventually you’d start to wonder if it wouldn’t be easier to not say anything.
That’s how silencing works and it makes me furious. And to those who insist that women must “grow thicker skin” and simply “accept” the reality of online abuse, here’s a revelation for you: anyone who already suffers through a daily flood of insults or threats just to exist online has thicker skin than you. They’re the ones with the courage, not you and your false keyboard bravado.
To say nothing of the women who face real-life harassment every day, be it catcalls from strangers, an oppressive workplace, or a real-life stalker. Compared to them, we’re all cowards.

    feitclub:

    thebicker:

    okcreepsters:

    This came from a 32 year old man.

    Literally all she said was “no.”

    I’ve come to understand why, during my internet dating years, so many women responded to my inquiries (I promise I wasn’t creepy) by not responding at all. At the time it drove me crazy, the silence, even more so than the rejections. We’re both on this webspace looking to meet people, can’t you give me a simple “no thanks” so I know when to walk away?

    Now I get it. If you’re a woman on the internet, every single interaction is a roll of the dice and you can never tell when that roll will come up “u ugly bitch” so it’s safer and easier to just not say anything. In the online dating world, that becomes common sense.

    But never forget: there are men who don’t even wait for that reply. Just being a woman online can be enough to trigger a dice roll. Imagine if every tweet or article you wrote meant a personal insult came your way. Sure, you can block, you can mute, you can ignore, but eventually you’d start to wonder if it wouldn’t be easier to not say anything.

    That’s how silencing works and it makes me furious. And to those who insist that women must “grow thicker skin” and simply “accept” the reality of online abuse, here’s a revelation for you: anyone who already suffers through a daily flood of insults or threats just to exist online has thicker skin than you. They’re the ones with the courage, not you and your false keyboard bravado.

    To say nothing of the women who face real-life harassment every day, be it catcalls from strangers, an oppressive workplace, or a real-life stalker. Compared to them, we’re all cowards.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  32,810 notes  /  Source: okcreepsters

  13. thebicker:

mediamattersforamerica:

A Fox News panel discussing the ‘war on women’ features four men and no women.

This, in one image, is the essence of the problem with the war on women. Four straight white guys “debating” how women aren’t oppressed. Fox News isn’t even trying.

    thebicker:

    mediamattersforamerica:

    A Fox News panel discussing the ‘war on women’ features four men and no women.

    This, in one image, is the essence of the problem with the war on women. Four straight white guys “debating” how women aren’t oppressed. Fox News isn’t even trying.

    (via insuffera6le6itch)

    1 day ago  /  88,412 notes  /  Source: mediamattersforamerica