holocroncoder:

bathtubbuccaneer

Might try. :|

fermatas-theorem:

Girls don’t want boys, girls want high-speed internet and dragons

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callmeoutis:

i was ready to just scroll past like “haha grammar humor” but then it was weird al and i,

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batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

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miss-eevee:

dirtygrandma:

once upon a time, in Japan…. *white characters*

this takes place in Africa… *white characters*

our story starts in the Middle East… *white characters*

in a distant galaxy… *white characters, except animalistic/backwards alien race that look like PoC*  

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jenniferdarknight:

aaronwarnerr:

tink-aka-disnerd:

chandeliho:

chandeliho:

abuubbles:

borospaladin:

tristebabe:

andrewquo:

WHY GIRLS LIKE JERKS

reblog and I’ll marry you

TYPICAL YOUTUBER WHITE BOYS SPEAKING THE ACTUAL TRUTH AND NOT BEING DICKS AND WOW WHAT IS THIS I HAD TO WATCH IT TWICE TO MAKE SURE I WASN’T IMAGINING THINGS WOW

Man, I was worried that they were going to take this in a bad direction, but their single biggest point was something that they kinda concluded towards the end of the video, like they didn’t plan on actually saying this one line: “Really nice guys don’t call themselves Nice Guys.” Wonderful. 

Guys who are claiming to be nice guys are usually looking for something in return so they’re not genuinely being nice.

THATS IT
I FOUND MY HUSBAND
THE SEARCH IS OVER HERE HE IS, WORLD

THE ANSWER IS NO UNLESS YOU ARE THIS MAN

No in all seriousness though, I’m so glad to hear men acknowledge this.

You aren’t single because you’re “too nice.” You’re single because you’re an entitled, passive-aggressive piece of shit who thinks that women owe you sex for treating them like people. You’re even more of a jerk than the guys you whine about, but too much of a delusional coward to own up to it.

You are not nice. You are a predator. There’s this thing called coercive rape, it’s when you use guilt or other non-physical means to corner somebody into sleeping with you. And guess what, you “nice guys” thrive off of that tactic.
But nah you held the door open for her so you totally earned the right to stick your dick in her. Such a gentleman oh yes.

Fuck you.
Except not, because you don’t deserve to ever get laid. Prick.

If any of you are not going to watch this because of what you think it will contain, I will assure you that this is the best and these guys get it.

Nice guys who’s call themselves nice guys, typically aren’t nice guys.

Holy shit. I’m actually stunned. But in a good way.

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positivecapability:

c-cassandra:

my hair and i have a very complicated relationship </3

ACCURATE

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*groovin’*

(Source: Spotify)

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jimmyneuteredtron:

imageKim Pastabowl

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dolphinboy420:

WHY DO COMPLIMENTS MAKE ME FEEL 2% BETTER BUT INSULTS MAKE ME FEEL 87% WORSE I DONT LIKE THAT

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breadmaakesyoufat:

shut the fuck up hermione you fucking nerd.

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globalvoices:

Many activists in Hong Kong have dared to confront police during recent pro-democracy demonstrations. In fact, more than 500 protesters stood their ground against authorities by refusing to leave a sit-in in early July and were arrested for it.  
But some of those same people are struggling to muster similar courage at the dinner table to argue with their parents about political reform. 
The older generation tends to support the status quo; they believe protests and occupations will bring political and economic instability. The younger generation are determined to fight for genuine democracy risking their future careers. This tension is usually reflected in conversation during family meals.
China has promised Hong Kong a direct vote for the next chief executive in 2017 instead of election via committee, but insists that a committee approve the candidates. Former British colony Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China and enjoys a high level of autonomy from the communist country under the idea of “one country, two systems.” 
Given that China considers “love of country” to be an important criteria for Hong Kong’s administrators, according to a recently released white paper from the government, protesters suspect Hong Kong will only have pro-Beijing candidates to choose from, defeating the purpose of a direct vote. 
Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong Can Face Down Police, but Not Their Mom and Dad at the Dinner Table

globalvoices:

Many activists in Hong Kong have dared to confront police during recent pro-democracy demonstrations. In fact, more than 500 protesters stood their ground against authorities by refusing to leave a sit-in in early July and were arrested for it.  

But some of those same people are struggling to muster similar courage at the dinner table to argue with their parents about political reform. 

The older generation tends to support the status quo; they believe protests and occupations will bring political and economic instability. The younger generation are determined to fight for genuine democracy risking their future careers. This tension is usually reflected in conversation during family meals.

China has promised Hong Kong a direct vote for the next chief executive in 2017 instead of election via committee, but insists that a committee approve the candidates. Former British colony Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China and enjoys a high level of autonomy from the communist country under the idea of “one country, two systems.” 

Given that China considers “love of country” to be an important criteria for Hong Kong’s administrators, according to a recently released white paper from the government, protesters suspect Hong Kong will only have pro-Beijing candidates to choose from, defeating the purpose of a direct vote. 

Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong Can Face Down Police, but Not Their Mom and Dad at the Dinner Table