commodifiedsouls:

legally-bitchtastic:

postracialcomments:

astronomeralways:

postracialcomments:

Dont forget there was another riot at WVU after they beat Baylor.

Thugs rioting over a football game. But lets see if the news even reports this riot. But then again, their behavior will be excused because rioting is justified when its a football game compared to peacefully protesting for the shooting of an unarmed person

Man, this isn’t even far from where I’m from. I’m home in Martinsburg but go to college at Shepherd University.

i didnt know you were out in the country-boonies lol

I’m in Winchester, which is about fifteen miles from the border of WV and I heard about this on tumblr well before I heard it from a local news source.

I have to emphasize: This is rioting after a WIN. A WIN.

radiojane:

The noise was coming up through the crack. 
(More than Meets the Eye #5)

radiojane:

The noise was coming up through the crack.

(More than Meets the Eye #5)

yongmuney:

why arent oven mitts called glovens

theheartofachiefsoulofadragon:

monobeartheater:

chief-blue-meanie:

chief-blue-meanie:

“I keep rearranging the letters of my sisters The Beatles sign on her bedroom door.

She is not happy.” 

I’ve given up trying to make them normal.

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ok and now there’s another one

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i didnt know the beatles could become so many words

Eh seatbelt

stormcutter:

insertcoolpunhere:

screeching-supper:

this meme was too silly for me to pass it up. Sorry
I won’t lie, I did it mostly for the Stoick pic =D

oh gods

This fandom

sweaterbot:

leg

nizaen:

what

google its one thing that you changed backspace into a hotkey but dont take the arrow keys too jfc

what if we keep walking into spider webs because the spiders are trying to catch us

foxnewsofficial:

please

tenitchyfingers:

This makes me so happy.

For context, right now a law is being voted in Italy and if it passes, homophobia would become a crime. Which it is if you use common sense, but you know. 

So anyway, this pseudo-catholic group of people decided to protest this law (apparently because the law doesn’t specify what “homophobia” is so it could “trump their freedom of speech” when they talk about “normal families” or some shit like that) (also read: they can’t call people “fucking faggots” anymore or demean gay couples if it passes, the poor things), by organizing sort of flash mobs in public squares where they read a book in silence. If anything, I have to give it to them, these protests are non-violent.

So anyway, a bunch of people (I don’t know whether all of them are gay or not) decided they wouldn’t stand by and watch, not this time, not in fucking 2014 while the rest of the world progresses. So they either went to the same squares and held up banners or they organized something more creative.

And well, this makes me happy because besides from gay prides there seldom is an instance of LGBT+ people raising their voices publicly against such a blatant display of homophobia in a joyful, also non-violent way, but it’s happening. So yeah, I thought I’d share. If this law doesn’t pass, gay kids will still be bullied to the point of suicide. Or gay people will still be denied jobs. Or they’ll have to quietly stand by as other people demean them. Honestly, I’d like to think I live in a civilized country, and so I still hope. These people sure give me hope.

rapunzelie:

men who hear the word feminism and respond with “how about equality instead?” like oh you mean feminism? yeah that’s what I just said thanks for your meaningless input