And By That I Mean

My dad, trying to make idle conversation, asked me what I thought of the song on the radio.

It was Blurred Lines.

I don’t think he’ll ask me again.



orangesage:

If you ever hate or are embarrassed by the Naruto fandom, just remember it didn’t join in an alliance with One Piece and Bleach and make something embarrassing like SuperWhoLock.

(via mintleaftea)


7 hours ago - 5,955 notes - orangesage

pervocracy:

Look at Fifty Shades Of Grey's knot.

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Now look at my knot.

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Now back at FSoG.  Now back at me.

This is the knot your knot could look like if you bothered to ask actual BDSM players, or hell, even their YouTube channels, before making a movie supposedly about BDSM.  I’m not a rope top and I did that one-handed.

I’m on a horse.

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The thing where they justify abuse by saying “it’s BDSM, of course it’s sick and wrong” is still a bigger problem though.

(via geekgoesretro)


8 hours ago - 2,582 notes - pervocracy

shanastoryteller:

You understand I’m getting on that plane..

the queerbaiting is painful

(Source: felixsturner)



exfatalist:

thesassiestcolor:

dontgigglesherlock:

Favourite moment from Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Can we take a moment to realize that out of ALL THINGS TO POSSIBLY WATCH Steve watches Saw?

No. Guys, no. This is not a reference to Saw.

It’s a reference to the 1983 movie WarGames.

The entire joke is that in WarGames, the main character accidentally connects with a government supercomputer that controls all the U.S. military arsenal. The computer asks him “Shall we play a game?” and what the guy thinks is a game is the computer trying to start WWIII between the United States and Russia.

In this scene, Steve and Natasha are accessing a hidden supercomputer with a mysterious flashdrive seemingly controlled by an AI. Natasha references WarGames and the potential of accidentally starting a war by accessing the computer.

That’s it, guys. That’s the joke. It’s a really funny joke. Whereas a Saw reference would literally make zero sense in this scene.

(via issybird)



Persona 4 Tea



thepondsaregone:

thorinoakenbutt:

castielandpie:

poryqon:

it bothers me that Kansas and Arkansas are not pronounced the same

I’m from the UK and I have been pronouncing Arkansas as Ar-Kansas my whole life

For all my non-american friends, Arkansas is pronounced ark-an-saw

WHAT

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10 hours ago - 84,918 notes - poryqon

its-a-metaphor-fooool:

"Meanwhile, Mr and Mrs Bill Weasley might like to know that their beautiful, blonde daughter Victoire seems to be attracted to any dark corner where Master Lupin happens to be lurking."

(via buckybird)




12 hours ago - 18,146 notes - soiltown

petitsirena:

sticks and stones may break my bones, but language dictates everything from social norms to legislation and it’s indeed often used to bolster violence and oppression sooOo

(via doctorcakeray)




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