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hotdogcephalopod asked:

AC/DC The Doors Jimi Hendrix Simon & Garfunkel

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AC/DC: Name 7 things people do that piss you off

Oh, wow, so many possibilities. You know me, I love complaining about other people. Uuh, let’s see—walking too slow while leaving you with no way to get around, having rude ass babies and being terrible parents and bringing your terrible child in public places to punish everyone around you for no reason, catcalls, being rude to service workers, adhering to gender roles, changing pronouns in a song so you don’t sound gay because oH NO THAT WOULD BE THE WORST, and joining sororities/fraternities because they’re just gross and stupid for the most part.

The Doors: 2 places you’d like to visit

The Netherlands and France

Jimi Hendrix: Name 8 things that make you happy

You, rad food, nice cats, lots of sleep in great bedding, rain in the PNW, happy queer representation in media, DIY home decor possibilities for a tiny studio apartment~, and cool bookstores.

Simon & Garfunkel: What song(s) help you get through the day?

Just one…

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All Star by Smash Mouth, 1999.

fullten:

popbonobuzzbaby:

Eddie Izzard - shopping at Mac store in Soho

New York City - May 14, 2014

When I was a kid I saw his HBO special. I watched it so many times I still know most of the words.  It was the first time I saw a man dressed feminine, be funny, and not have women as a punch line. He didn’t slump out in front of the stage embarrassed by his clothing, he came out perfectly happy, hoping around, and didn’t do some silly feminine voice for laughs, he just used his voice, he wore his clothes, spoke about social injustice, and he was fucking funny. It was nice to watch a comedian and not be the fucking punch line or a flattened stereotype for laughs. 

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  • *accidentally purposely turns conversation sexual*
apartment20:

I reblog this every time I see it because I have yet to find a gif I like more.

apartment20:

I reblog this every time I see it because I have yet to find a gif I like more.

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three-trapped-tigers:

boara:

HE THOUGHT HIS LIL FRIEND GOT BAKED INTO A COOKIE I AM 100% DONE AWHH

jesus christ this is so sad why would you do this

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theillustriousxander:

shes-justlikethe-weather:

My respect level for T-Pain is out the roof right now.

UR STILL FUGLY

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aliceinpunderland:

noworshipformoffat:

burntlikethesun:

allpossibleentendres:

anotherhobo:

apileofgoodthings:

#that awkward moment when a 48 year old scifi show has more continuity #than a 2 year old series about misfit high schoolers 

*ahem- 50 year old…

But also that awkward moment when the Forest of Cheem’s sacrifice is relegated to unimportance in Moffat’s world. Her bravery and kindness don’t matter, and she’s turned into yet another cheap joke about women being infatuated with the Doctor.

That she fancied the Doctor did not feature at all in the season 1 episode. She was curious about his origins, she had sympathy for him, and she gave her life so he could save the rest of the people aboard the base. I personally don’t see her fawning over him (like so many of Moffat’s women do). Thus, with no real evidence to draw this from, Moffat seems to be interpreting her sacrifice as “fancying” the Doctor, which is immensely problematic: It suggests that she did this only for him rather than to save everyone on the ship, and it shows yet another example of Moffat thinking that any woman who interacts with the Doctor must be infatuated with him.

Even if she did fancy him, the fact that Moffat considers her actions negligible in comparison to her “crush” is pretty gross, especially when the payoff from this line is so small. All it does in the context of the episode is set up the Doctor as an object of desire. But in the context of the show, it undermines the agency and power of women to act with bravery and integrity without it being all for the Doctor.

lmao i remember complaining about this exact same thing on this exact same gifset back in 2011

additionally THAT’S NOT EVEN HER NAME

her name was Jabe??? this is like saying ‘i met the human race once. they fancied me’

I think the tags should have been #that awkward moment when Moffat tries to reference his predecessor’s run and that’s what he comes up with

Moffat is personally responsible for my transformation from a massive sobbing mess of a Who fan to a person who has not watched a full episode in literally years

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yourtourhost:

relationship goals

jaclcfrost:

i want

  • affection 

i have absolutely no idea what to do with and am pretty much uncomfortable with and confused by

  • affection

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deadlydinos:

"Haha that Tumblr post said grades don’t define me so I’m gonna abandon my fantastic school marks and drop out" said literally no one ever

"Wow it’s nice to be reminded that even though school is hard for me, that doesn’t mean I’m worthless" said hundreds of thousands of bloggers with learning disabilities and mental and physical illnesses

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gallifrey-feels:

imaginingfreedom:

clown-dick:

id like think im an alternative badass girl who doesn’t give a fuck and doesnt live by societys rules, but in reality i do all my homework and never back talk teachers and i say “please” and “thank you” and “sorry” way too much.

this post is making me rethink my life why

Hermione Granger did all of those things and was still a total badass

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pirouettesintopurgatory:

todayiwrotenothing:

I don’t know about other English-speaking cultures, but in Britain thick means dim, slow, a bit stupid. So I quite like the fact that the video for Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines features his surname as a hashtag in giant red letters. It’s like he’s misspelling an insult to himself. Flashing up #THICKE on the screen, he might as well include #STUPIDE #MORONE #IDIOTE #BRAINLESSE WANKERE

I READ ALL OVER THOSE WORDS IN A FRENCH ACCENT

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