thirstiest:

nentindo:

hokeyfright:

can the science side of tumblr explain this

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swag • per • a • tion /swaəgpərashion/

adj. To channel the swagger inside of you and turn it into pure teleportation energy.

i.e. “dude, this party blows, i’m swagperating out of here”

this person wrote a noun, listed it as an adjective, and defined and used it as a verb

(Source: superstarsaga)

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aheartmadeofglitter:

I hear people say “oh my god I hate people” all the time without backlash. everyone knows they don’t hate every single individual in humanity. they have friends and family they love and hang out with. they simply hate the greedy, corrupted, oppressive nature of some human beings.
but the minute we say something about white people or men, no one seems to understand that it’s the same concept.

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Australian speed ad

incurable-insomnia:

QI rewatch: Gardens

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sp0oky-box-forts:

One fire pit to rule them all

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frenchfrycoolguy:

exchanging grammatically correct emails with adults is the most uncomfortable form of human interaction in existence

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Picture of dorian gray

Ok but what would have happened if he hadn’t distroyed the picture? Would he not have been able to die, like voldemort, because his soul was in the painting?
Also what would happen to the painting if he were still alive today? Because when the book was written the general consensus was that having sex with lots of people (and especially of your own gender) corrupts the soul, so it changed into an ugly painting. But now people don’t really mind who you have sex with. They don’t think it corrupts the soul. Who decides when the picture changes anyway? The soul itself? Would then, the picture of someone seem spotless if they don’t view their sins as wrong?

sassy-spoon:

poetessinthepit:

PSA: Big corporations putting feel good feminist messages in their advertisements wont result in women’s liberation as much as it will result in goading liberal minded folks to buy more shampoo or whatever. There’s no point in fawning over these commercials.

Friendly reminder that the company that owns Dove

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is the same company that owns Axe.

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sure but wouldn’t you rather have people who are happy with their bodies buying shampoo than people who don’t like their bodies buying shampoo? Yes it’s just marketing, but if it makes people think ‘I’m beautiful’ isn’t that something? 

And I think it does matter, because the ‘you are beautiful regardless of body type’ dove advertises is, as far as I know, relatively new, and I assume they’re playing in on what is happening in society. If they notice ‘hej happy women buy shampoo! we don’t need to shame them into buying our stuff!’ maybe other companies think ‘hej that’s a marketing strategy that works’ and then they make people feel like they matter regardless of their body type, and I think that’s good. 

I don’t have time to read over this again because I have to go dancing so I hope that was sortof clear

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wobbufetts:

aidn:

how the hell do i talk to people

Stand in front of them and press A

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Anonymous said: Always thought that John's worry over Sherlock's name being smeared by the media in TRF was due to basic empathy, but just realized there's more to it-- He's seen it done before, with another good friend who was destroyed by the media, who became a complete recluse, whose only interaction with people now are getting death threats from them. He knows someone who has never recovered from being publicly torn to shreds the way like that, and doesn't want to see it happen again.

anotherwellkeptsecret:

OH. MY. GOD.

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phoenixwrong:

this looks fu-

sweet pissing jesus

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