I show affection for my pets by holding them against me and whispering I love you repeatedly as they struggle to escape from my arms

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Disney parallels in The Jolly Roger

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American Horror Story: Murder House

 A Summary

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I am the mother of avocados. I shall name them Avocadon, Avocaerys and Advocadhar.

I am the mother of avocados. I shall name them Avocadon, Avocaerys and Advocadhar.





Margaery Tyrell’s wedding dress (x)

From the “Just so we’re clear, I don’t love you, in fact I hate you” collection.

this dress screams HANDS OFF, ASSHOLE and I love it

omfg I want this dress for day wear

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my feminism isn’t second-wave or third-wave, it’s new wave. join me as I sing about gender stereotyping and intersectionality over a melodic synth line

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I am sorry for the non-book related post but its been 10 minutes and I am still laughing.

omfg yes

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Why I Didn’t Like the HIMYM Finale

So obviously I was not a fan of the finale. Because I am angry and need to vent somewhere, these are the main reasons why I did not like it at all. (Spoilers, obviously and since this is my personal opinion, feel free to disagree.)

  • At first I actually liked this episode. I wanted to like it very, very badly. There were many funny jokes and references to old(er) episodes. BUT. The point where it started going downhill for me, was the point where Barney and Robin had ‘suddenly’ gotten divorced. If it doesn’t work out, all good and well, but then why spend an entire (!) season building up to their wedding and make it all romantic and perfect?
  • Now, after the divorce, Barney goes back to his old ways. Because it is perfectly logical that a character loses all of its development that happened in the last nine years because it got divorced, right? Of course, he then has the baby and falls in love with her immediately, but it just doesn’t make sense charachter development-wise.
  • The thing that made me the angriest was not actually Ted ending up with Robin (even though his interactions with her this season often came off as kind of obsessive). I would not have minded if that did not mean that they had to kill off the mother. Just like that. Not even an explanation as to what or why, just a “Oh by the way, she died.” We got to meet her and love her throughout this season and then suddenly it happened: “Hello, I am Tracy, I am a plot device, not an actual person.”
  • In addition to that, the final scene of Ted and his children pretty much ruins the entire concept of the show, being Ted telling his children how he met their mother, which can be seen as a pretty romantic gesture. His kids are not buying it: “This is a story about how you’re totally in love with Aunt Robin.” Oh well, good to know that the mother wasn’t actually that relevant in the story! Lucky too, since she died and all.

My guess is that, since they filmed the final scene nine years ago, the series got a tiny bit out of hand. They had probably not expected to last nine seasons. What made it all even more chaotic is that the final season told what had happened in one weekend and then suddenly, in the finale, we get years in a couple of minutes. The characters might have had those years to get over it, but we were supposed to accept all of that in only a couple of minutes.

tl;dr: HIMYM, I am disappoint.

We can live the life Milah wanted for us, as a family.

Sometimes when I look at you all I see is a man…I forget that beneath it all you’re still that boy, the one I looked after all those years ago.

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Ok, resurrected!Rumple is, I think, the hottest of the Imp!Rumple incarnations.

How the hell does he keep doing that?

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11 Signs You're A Men's Rights Activist




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  1. You have no problem with the gender wage gap. But you hate having to pay for dates.

  2. You insist that it’s a scientifically proven fact that men are stronger than women. But you complain about society believing that it’s worse for a man to hit a woman than for a woman to hit a man.

  3. You believe that the age of consent is unfair and that there’s nothing wrong with having sex with teenage girls. But when you find out that a teenage girl enjoys sex, you believe she’s the biggest slut in the world.

  4. You hate when a woman automatically assumes that a man is a douchebag before getting to know him. But when you like a woman who likes another man, you assume he’s a douchebag just because he’s not you.

  5. You believe that if women want equality, they should be drafted into the military. But you also believe that the military is not a place for women.

  6. You hate when women assume that men are like wild animals. But you believe that a woman who doesn’t cover up and make herself invisible to men is just like someone wearing a meat suit around wild animals.

  7. You hate the fact that men are bullied for not conforming to their male gender roles. But when you find out that a man disagrees with your beliefs about women’s rights, your immediate response is to try to emasculate him by comparing him to a woman as an insult.

  8. You hate when women assume that there are no nice guys. But you call yourself a nice guy and act like it’s a rare quality that should cause women to be all over you.

  9. You hate when women assume that men just want to get laid. But when you find out that a man is a feminist, you assume that he’s just doing it to get laid.

  10. You hate when women make generalizations about all men. But when a woman calls you out for being sexist, you claim that all men think like you.

  11. You insist that women should be responsible for protecting themselves from being raped. But when they follow the one piece of advice that actually works, which is being aware of red flags, you complain about them assuming that all men are rapists.

This is too fantastic.

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