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Reblogged from daxratchet

daxratchet:

more petstuck shaming :3c

(via mother-machinegun)

Reblogged from troll-george-takei
troll-george-takei:

As amazing and beautiful this drawing is, I feel emptiness in my heart whenever I dare to look at it.

troll-george-takei:

As amazing and beautiful this drawing is, I feel emptiness in my heart whenever I dare to look at it.

(via official-johncrocker)

Reblogged from a0dh
ni-chan9:

slayerenfiniti:

ask-irl-shitty-glasses:

captainarlert:

stoned-levi:

//DO YOU SEE HOW FUCKING FAR AWAY HE WAY
DO YOU FUCKING
SEE
JESUS
HE COULDVE HIT THE WALL
that would actually be really funny

he would’ve been petrafied.

Go sit in a corner and think about what you just said.

Can we just compare Jean and Eren for a minute here?
In their Trainee division, Eren got #5, Jean got #6. Eren’s skill was “determination”. Jean’s skill was “3DMG specialist”. Eren lasted like five seconds in actual battle before losing his head and attacking blindly. Eren’s skill got him killed. Jean’s skill kept him alive. Eren’s squad was wiped out almost to the last man, while Jean’s took one casualty that might not even have been an actual Titan. The closest Jean gets to death is the one time his skill is invalidated - when he needs new gear. 

Jean is a fucking boss and no one can tell me otherwise

ni-chan9:

slayerenfiniti:

ask-irl-shitty-glasses:

captainarlert:

stoned-levi:

//DO YOU SEE HOW FUCKING FAR AWAY HE WAY

DO YOU FUCKING

SEE

JESUS

HE COULDVE HIT THE WALL

that would actually be really funny

he would’ve been petrafied.

Go sit in a corner and think about what you just said.

Can we just compare Jean and Eren for a minute here?

In their Trainee division, Eren got #5, Jean got #6. Eren’s skill was “determination”. Jean’s skill was “3DMG specialist”. Eren lasted like five seconds in actual battle before losing his head and attacking blindly. Eren’s skill got him killed. Jean’s skill kept him alive. Eren’s squad was wiped out almost to the last man, while Jean’s took one casualty that might not even have been an actual Titan. The closest Jean gets to death is the one time his skill is invalidated - when he needs new gear. 

Jean is a fucking boss and no one can tell me otherwise

(Source: a0dh, via official-johncrocker)

Reblogged from badgerjaw

hamburgerjack:

badgerjaw:

Do you think some pokemon evolve by trading because they think you’re giving them away forever, so in their fear of abandonment they evolve into something better than they were so you’ll love them again?

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(via the-l9st-wea699)

Reblogged from supernatasha

saddeer:

honestly this scene ruined my life

(Source: supernatasha, via the-l9st-wea699)

Reblogged from jamescookjr

Suzanne Warren, her philosophies, wise/kind words, and all around deep shit appreciation post ✿◕‿◕✿ 

(Source: jamescookjr, via neriboo-chan)

Reblogged from matesprit

charlesoberonn:

shaggy-two-dope:

emmasgirlfriend:

no matter how much you love feferi we all have our moments where we go feferi what the fuck

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(Source: matesprit, via mother-machinegun)

Reblogged from twinzik

twinzik:

The Everglots

Corpse Bride Closet Cosplay
by Twinzik and Pancake-Mix



"EVERYTHING MUST BE PERFECT!”

(via maya--fey)

Reblogged from calcifer

(Source: calcifer, via armin-sempai)

Reblogged from seaofbadstories

True gender equality is actually perceived as inequality. A group that is made up of 50% women is perceived as being mostly women. A situation that is perfectly equal between men and women is perceived as being biased in favor of women.

And if you don’t believe me, you’ve never been a married woman who kept her family name. I have had students hold that up as proof of my “sexism.”

My own brother told me that he could never marry a woman who kept her name because “everyone would know who ruled that relationship.” Perfect equality – my husband keeps his name and I keep mine – is held as a statement of superiority on my part.

 Lucy, When Worlds Collide: Fandom and Male Privilege. (via feministartdegree)

(Source: seaofbadstories, via the-l9st-wea699)