this one time an actual photo essay of my life on accident

this is exactly what adulthood is like

GIRLJANITOR WHAT IS THAT GIF FROM

filigreebutts:

THE ARMADILLO LET ME BALL YOUR TRUCK ONE WHAT IS THAT PERFECTION???

I’M COUGHING SO HARD FROM LAUGHINF THROUGH MY ALLERGIES THAT I CAN’T BREATHEEEEASLKFJDGSL;GHJK;ALJKSD;FGLKDJSGH

This.

and then she literally drinks his brain with her armadillo-siphon.

(Source: heartinamitten)

thisisoppressedprivilege:

Patient Presents as Academic and Upset: bankuei: withquestionablewit: justactcoolkid: Tumblr: the only place…

bankuei:

withquestionablewit:

justactcoolkid:

Tumblr: the only place where you get more hate for being a straight white male than for being gay/non-white/a woman.

you could have talked about how the real world is a dangerous place for women, poc, and queer people

instead…

But wouldn’t a better solution be to stop hating anyone, instead of just reversing the direction of the supposed hate?

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notjustanotherstatistic:

Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. 

NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.

I guess I never really thought about it that way before.

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Don’t Feed the Trolls

thefrogman:

It’s a myth.

I used to ignore all of them back when I had 20,000 - 30,000 followers. I probably got 5 per day.

Then I started responding to a few of them. Making them look silly. Keeping my cool and not giving them the satisfaction of getting to me. 

I now have 360,000 followers. I get maybe 5 per week. 

Ignoring bullies is not always the answer. Both in real life and on the internet. It is how you choose to respond that makes the difference. 

If you respond back with hate and vitriol. You will feed them. And they will come back.

And there are definitely some that you should absolutely ignore and block. Those who make physical threats. Those who tell you to kill yourself.  

But in some cases, if you can respond in a way that makes them look foolish and gives them no satisfaction, they will go away and others will think twice about testing you. 

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pixieorsomething:

infinitenap:

the anxiety monster

that last panel especially

(Source: infinitenap)

bamboot:

roses are red

violets are blue

image

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This has confused me for so long

mommy-cuteella:

How can one measure if a disability or disorder affects you at work (and thus “is really a disability”) if you are your own boss?  If you get along with people and do well with your job, are you automatically not disabled?  If you move to a job that’s less your thing, are you suddenly disabled again?

I’m not my own boss at one of my jobs, but I am at the others.  And the one where I’m not requires far less social interaction than the others.

There are extreme answers to my question, i.e. Amy of Amy’s Baking Company, but most people are not that extreme.

This is just one of the reasons that disability is socially constructed.

Disability as a concept is created by an expectation that everyone has the same skillsets and abilities, and basically everyone suffers for that. Disabled people just suffer the most from it.

It’s also very connected to capitalism=morality, which is why feminism has failed us over and over. Liberal feminism is very much invested in the idea of “financially liberating” women, and according to that system, income is equivalent to worth and power, “independence” is equivalent to “empowerment”, which is their goal.

The arbitrary and subjective nature of the application of the term “disabled” combined with its association with worthlessness as pertains to capitalism, i.e., “cannot work” (which is how it is actually defined for the most part in government), really boils down to “You’re disabled if you can’t do what other people expect you to be able to do, whatever that might be.”

(Source: autisticcruella)

alexandraerin:

theuppitynegras:

justinspoliticalcorner:

When Republicans appointed Pablo Pantoja to State Director of Florida Hispanic Outreach for the Republican National Committee, they hoped he would be able to bridge the sizable gap that only expanded during the 2012 elections, when the state’s 4.7 million Hispanic voters supported Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a 20 percent margin.

But after months of inaction by Congressional Republicans on comprehensive immigration reform and stiff resistance by Republican-leaning groups like the Heritage Foundation, Pantoja has had enough; on Monday, he announced via email that he was leaving the party and registering as a Democrat:

Friend,

Yes, I have changed my political affiliation to the Democratic Party.

It doesn’t take much to see the culture of intolerance surrounding the Republican Party today. I have wondered before about the seemingly harsh undertones about immigrants and others. Look no further; a well-known organization recently confirms the intolerance of that which seems different or strange to them.

Pantoja goes on to specifically cite last week’s revelation — that an author of Heritage’s false report on the cost of the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill wrote a dissertation in which he suggested that Hispanics are at a permanent disadvantage because they have lower IQs — as the final straw in his political evolution.

h/t: Adam Peck at Think Progress Justice

As a purely strategic move, this appointment worked out about as well for the Republicans as any of their outreach efforts to date.

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