rubycosmos:

lonahtem:

i’ve finally found an accurate image of what i’d do if i was a bird

birb must spin

rubycosmos:

lonahtem:

i’ve finally found an accurate image of what i’d do if i was a bird

birb must spin


hotforpunks:

OH MY GOD



knightscrest:

damn, i just got SERVED. by my waitress. this restaurant is excellent.


anotherbathroomoccupied:

hey-its-nine:

down-2mars:

Does anyone else see what’s wrong with this picture?

oh shit

Ohhhhhhh

anotherbathroomoccupied:

hey-its-nine:

down-2mars:

Does anyone else see what’s wrong with this picture?

oh shit

Ohhhhhhh


"We’ve been around for a couple hundred thousand years, reading only for the last five thousand years, and compulsory education has only been in place for one hundred fifty years or so. Some kids are going to be thinking, ‘Why is my teacher asking me to do this? My brain doesn’t work this way,’ ” says Stephen Hinshaw, a psychology professor at the University of California at Berkeley. Heidi Tringali, an occupational therapist in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers a hypothesis built on shorter-term influences: Many of the nonconforming children she treats may need wiggle cushions and weighted balls because they’ve grown up strapped into the five-point harnesses of strollers and car seats, planted in front of screens, and put to sleep at night flat on their backs, all of which leaves them craving action, sensation, and attention when they’re finally let loose. “Every child in the school system right now has been impacted. Of course they’re all licking their friends and bouncing off the walls."

"Mainstream media tends to hyper-sexualize gay relationships. Hence, many OUAT fans argue that you can’t have a gay couple on a family show about fairy-tales (often in very misspelled social media posts). But um, nope, that’s just not true. When viewers say they want to see Swan Queen, it’s not a request for the show to become sexually explicit, to be Once Upon a Time in My Pants, it’s asking the show and the show’s audience to recognize that all those idealized elements of true love—authentic connection, sacrifice, and loyalty—also happen in LGBT relationships. LGBT romances deserve an idealized, flowers and hearts, aspirational depiction that parents and kids can watch together and sigh and say “Awww!” the way they do currently with hetero ones."

http://www.tv.com/m/shows/once-upon-a-time-2011/community/post/once-upon-a-time-swan-queen-138316970768/

To me, this is the most important paragraph in this article. 

(via lzclotho)

I feel like this is also true of rizzles too

(via gayzzoli-and-is-les)


lameborghini:

beyoncyay:

lameborghini:

does anyone else subconsciously give letters and numbers a gender like 4 is such a feminine number while 9 is definitely masculine am i right and then m is a girl of course while j is a boy you get me

you might have ordinal linguistic personification

mmm sounds like a fancy linguini pasta


unsuccessfulmetalbenders:

THE HEAD OF DISNEY JUST ANNOUNCED THEYRE MAKING A SEQUEL TO THE INCREDIBLES

image


artschoolglasses:

French Rococo - Jean-Honore Fragonard




lucifer-riding-shotgun:

"I would never sass you, Grandma!"


susemoji:

rhydonmyhardon:

*dude puts his mouth around his bros dick* bro, im not actually gay unless i suck it. i never sucked it. its a metaphor, see: you put the dick right between your teeth, but you dont blow it. a metaphor bro

i am never using a metaphor again