in study period today a guy sitting next to me was reading mockingjay and he kinda just whispered what the fuck to himself
and then again, a lil more angrily, what the fUCK
And he flicked back about seven or so pages and then went back to his spot and went ‘no’
and I know exactly which frickin part he was reading lemme tell u
I'm just a sad little British teen with a sad little blog but I'd be happy to talk to you about anything, kiddos. I am not normal but thats okay. I'll probably like you. If you like films. And pizza. And hugs. And texting at 2 AM. And getting overly excited about TV shows. And just food in general. And alcohol (though that's not necessary). And youtube. And music. And stars at night. And cute animals. And cute people. And it's just mind blowing if you think I'm cute. And I don't mind if you don't think you're cute because then I can just keep reminding you that you are. But please don't be racist, or homophobic, or sexist..................'cause that would just kind of ruin things.........................................Yeah so if you're still reading this then I think we'll get on, so come talk to me :)
WAIT HOLD THE FUCK UP
IS ‘MRS’ JUST MR’S
LIKE BELONGING TO MR
Mr comes from the French monsieur, which I think literally translates as ‘my lord’ and basically just means master, and Mrs comes from maistre which is the feminine form of master, so actually—for once—no.
This was an extremely relevant comment and I thank you for educating me
"One aspect in particular that got to me was Meg and Lisa’s story and how they were really the only female characters to GET a story this episode. And I think their story is SO INTERESTING because it compares and contrasts how both shows deal with the social construct of girls and girlhood. While in “The Simpsons” girls are encouraged to educate themselves, be independent, and strong, and really to ask questions (through the character of Lisa), the “Family Guy” will throw girls’ attempts to develop themselves as human beings in the trash (like when Peter throws the Saxophone Lisa gives Meg in the trash). MacFarlane demonstrates here for the zillionth time that Meg’s utility in the show is purely as the (unfunny) punchline of a sexist joke; someone to make fun of, call ugly, physically assault, and so on. This, I think, is really definitive of how MacFarlane views girls and women in general: A lame, unfunny, sexualized, usable, disposable, joke." by feministingforchange
I could never be an astronaut, like they need to be so smart and have so much discipline, I would just float around screaming and laughing playing with food floating everywhere
*cringes at 9 year old me*
*cringes at 13 year old me*
*cringes at year ago me*
*cringes at day ago me*
*cringes at future me*
Hello! My baby!
Hello! My honey!
Hello! My ragtime gOOD LORD HOLY FUCKING SHIT
Oh my god
this is the most accurate representation of working in 3D I have ever seen
i hate that most zombie movies are written from a perspective universe where there is no zombie lore. i want a zombie move written from the perspective of our universe where everyone knows what a zombie is and everyone tries to figure out what kind of zombies they’re dealing with.
there’s one neckbeard in the group that carries a machete and won’t stop quoting the zombie survival guide
In 15 seconds of dialogue Francis Wilkerson sums up what’s wrong with how women are criticized in our society and it’s great