7brat:

princess—-katie:

making fun of girls for having “daddy issues” is literally the most illogically cruel thing i can think of haha “hey you! your dad sucked! i bet that really impacted your life and the way you form relationships with other people lmfao fuckin loser” 

(via priscillapresley)

alpacalypse:

what can i be for halloween which is sexy AND hilarious at the same time…

image

image

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myself

(via perks-of-being-chinese)

nevver:

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Yumna Al-Arashi
nevver:

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Yumna Al-Arashi
nevver:

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Yumna Al-Arashi
nevver:

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Yumna Al-Arashi
nevver:

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Yumna Al-Arashi

Q

unimpressed2chainz asked:

did you just call mint chocolate chip darksided bye felicia

A

actionactioncut:

What you need to understand is that my grandparents made the difficult decision to leave their children behind with relatives and come to Canada seeking a better life. They scrimped and saved, working low-paying jobs, hoping to earn enough money to be able to send for their four children all at once. My grandfather never saw those children again: he died here in Toronto while my grandmother was pregnant with her youngest son, the only one of her children to be born in Canada. She continued on alone, leaning on her community for support; holding down two jobs and finding extra work wherever she could, until she was able to make her family whole again.

Now, after all of that pain and loss and struggle and triumph, with the weight of my mother and her mother before her’s expectations on my shoulders, you expect me to turn around and — fully aware of the sacrifices made by Joseph Whyte and Mavis Grant so that future generations may have opportunities never afforded them — eat a bowl of toothpaste with chocolate chips in it that the capitalist scum ice cream manufacturers have convinced you is a valid flavour?

Who hurt you?

wordsandturds:

even if your intent is ‘wow look at all these beautiful women’ you are still the male gaze and its fucking nauseating. selfies are a beautiful part of multidimensional tumblr lives of women and taking them out of context to put on the infinite scroll of things that give you a boner is the worst

if i wanted to look at something made by men who always have boners curated for men who are always looking to have boners, i would just turn on the fucking tv or pick up a goddamn magazine or listen to my family & friends talk about all the things i should do so that men might like me or i can just walk down any street because there are always men who get too close and demand that i smile or men who just go, psst psst as if i am a stray animal.

(via 69kittykate69)

wordsandturds:

even if your intent is ‘wow look at all these beautiful women’ you are still the male gaze and its fucking nauseating. selfies are a beautiful part of multidimensional tumblr lives of women and taking them out of context to put on the infinite scroll of things that give you a boner is the worst

if i wanted to look at something made by men who always have boners curated for men who are always looking to have boners, i would just turn on the fucking tv or pick up a goddamn magazine or listen to my family & friends talk about all the things i should do so that men might like me or i can just walk down any street because there are always men who get too close and demand that i smile or men who just go, psst psst as if i am a stray animal.

(via 69kittykate69)

lztybrn:

remember way back in 2006 when the wii first came out and then the entirety of the world forgot how to hold onto something with a firm grasp so much that nintendo had to make a shock absorbing condom just so that tvs wouldnt get destroyed when people would end up sending this thing flying at their tvs at 900 miles per hour

(via captain-majed)

organicbody:

Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism Party,

(via gh2u)

patshit:

let’s get this straight 

it is not romantic to persistently pursue someone after they have refused you

(via perks-of-being-chinese)

“My mistrust [of men] is not, as one might expect, primarily a result of the violent acts done on my body, nor the vicious humiliations done to my dignity. It is, instead, born of the multitude of mundane betrayals that mark my every relationship with a man—the casual rape joke, the use of a female slur, the careless demonization of the feminine in everyday conversation, the accusations of overreaction, the eye rolling and exasperated sighs in response to polite requests to please not use misogynist epithets in my presence.”

(via nadiaaboulhosn)

#i have a hard time dating men because i have a hard time believing men respect me

(via underwaternow)

Pretty much. 

(via fuckingrapeculture)

Source on that quote is Melissa McEwan, since no one bothered to credit her for it.

(via misandry-mermaid)

Just want to add that I mistrust most people for this exact reason. Some of the worst calculated, ongoing misogynist bullying in my life happened in ~women only~ spaces. Men just are the only group who truly benefit from all this crap so it’s like five times as baffling but there ya go. When “women only” is treated like a sanctuary from misogyny I laugh and go hang out alone by myself. With men I just know it’s coming no matter what.

(via toomanyfeelings)

(via lipstick-feminists)

lm-g1:

sixpenceee:

As stated by Huffington Post

Researchers are now determined that plants have the ability to respond to being chewed. 
Basically, plants in the study were able to “hear” themselves being eaten, creating a type of defense mode against their prey, the caterpillar.
Using a laser microphone, the scientist were able to record the vibrations and sounds of caterpillars chewing on plant leaves. The scientists played them to the plants before caterpillars had a chance to nibble. As it turns out, when plants were exposed to these chewing vibrations for a few hours, they reacted by producing increased amounts of mustard oils — which caterpillars hate!

So technically they can hear (hear as in sense) themselves being eaten alive!
Many articles are springing up with “bad news for vegan community” based on this finding, but researchers only said that this finding will help find new ways to defend plants against pesky insects.
From here, researchers plan to find out how exactly these vibrations are able to be sensed by the plants as they’re being munched on. 
SOURCE & WHERE YOU CAN HEAR WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE

This is both terrifying and yet, immensely intriguing. 
lm-g1:

sixpenceee:

As stated by Huffington Post

Researchers are now determined that plants have the ability to respond to being chewed. 
Basically, plants in the study were able to “hear” themselves being eaten, creating a type of defense mode against their prey, the caterpillar.
Using a laser microphone, the scientist were able to record the vibrations and sounds of caterpillars chewing on plant leaves. The scientists played them to the plants before caterpillars had a chance to nibble. As it turns out, when plants were exposed to these chewing vibrations for a few hours, they reacted by producing increased amounts of mustard oils — which caterpillars hate!

So technically they can hear (hear as in sense) themselves being eaten alive!
Many articles are springing up with “bad news for vegan community” based on this finding, but researchers only said that this finding will help find new ways to defend plants against pesky insects.
From here, researchers plan to find out how exactly these vibrations are able to be sensed by the plants as they’re being munched on. 
SOURCE & WHERE YOU CAN HEAR WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE

This is both terrifying and yet, immensely intriguing. 

lm-g1:

sixpenceee:

As stated by Huffington Post

Researchers are now determined that plants have the ability to respond to being chewed. 

Basically, plants in the study were able to “hear” themselves being eaten, creating a type of defense mode against their prey, the caterpillar.

Using a laser microphone, the scientist were able to record the vibrations and sounds of caterpillars chewing on plant leaves. The scientists played them to the plants before caterpillars had a chance to nibble. As it turns out, when plants were exposed to these chewing vibrations for a few hours, they reacted by producing increased amounts of mustard oils — which caterpillars hate!

So technically they can hear (hear as in sense) themselves being eaten alive!

Many articles are springing up with “bad news for vegan community” based on this finding, but researchers only said that this finding will help find new ways to defend plants against pesky insects.

From here, researchers plan to find out how exactly these vibrations are able to be sensed by the plants as they’re being munched on. 

SOURCE & WHERE YOU CAN HEAR WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE

This is both terrifying and yet, immensely intriguing. 

(via cyanine)

visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”
pre-order it here
visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”
pre-order it here
visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”
pre-order it here
visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”
pre-order it here
visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”
pre-order it here

visual-poetry:

»working on my novel« by cory arcangel

working on my novel is a book which is based on a twitter feed that re-tweets the best posts featuring the phrase “working on my novel.”

pre-order it here