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Level 5 Magikarp. Special interest blogger. Text and Photoshop Vomit and Avatars and Star Trek and giant moth women

 

when i was little my dad wanted me to take an interest in planes and would buy me model planes but i was NEUTRAL about planes so i’d just be like  ”oh ok i guess.” and he attributed it to my being a girl. but i just didnt like planes!!!!! dad!!!!!

we also have the same profile of abilities. he wanted to be an engineer but his family couldn’t afford to send him to school so he became a labourer and now he’s a laser operator just because his visual-spatial skills are +100 ⊙‿⊙

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Maybe they follow your blog… Now that’s a scary though.

no he doesn’t. my dad didn’t even have internet until a few months ago, and that’s only because i told him about all the things that are on youtube. i’d be more afraid of my mum secretly following my blog

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fr33lance:

Alt-text from XKCD: “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”

fr33lance:

Alt-text from XKCD: “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”

i am learning so much about life in the edwardian era from my book

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southkoreanfood:

Learn how to make 막국수 (Makguksu) at ©바른먹거리. Cold noodles with various toppings, all mixed with a spicy Korean Gochujang sauce.

i’m reading a book called the lost voices of the edwardians and this format is accessible for me because it’s basically just the accounts of individuals in their own words and includes a lot of fun anecdotes and very specific details that you otherwise wouldn’t get to see in a standard history book. very useful for mind movie

 Lifestyle feminism ushered in the notion that there could be as many versions of feminism as there were women. Suddenly the politics was being slowly removed from feminism. And the assumption prevailed that no matter what a woman’s politics, be she conservative or liberal, she too could fit feminism into her existing lifestyle. Obviously this way of thinking has made feminism more acceptable because its underlying assumption is that women can be feminists without fundamentally challenging and changing themselves or the culture.

— bell hooks, Feminism is for Everybody (via excelenciatropical)

(Source: mahakavi)

wow today was a trash unproductive day for me; i watched bee movie, ate, and now i’m on morphthing


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