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Cat & Bearded Dragon are Friends
Or maybe more than friends? That’s a pretty tender caress.
I am fully convinced that Fifty Shades of Grey was written by the guidance counselor from 10 Things I Hate About You. (Source: aves-de-paso, via hawkelf)


I am fully convinced that Fifty Shades of Grey was written by the guidance counselor from 10 Things I Hate About You.

(Source: aves-de-paso, via hawkelf)

My brain onetimeatqueens: During exam season: As soon as exams are done/all summer: First week of classes in September:

My brain

onetimeatqueens:

During exam season:

As soon as exams are done/all summer:

First week of classes in September:

That one time everyone sang “I Want It That Way” in Leonard onetimeatqueens: Expectations: Reality: …it was still awesome though. SCARILY ACCURATE

That one time everyone sang “I Want It That Way” in Leonard

onetimeatqueens:

Expectations:

Reality:

…it was still awesome though.

SCARILY ACCURATE

let’s call this one the why. [tw: rape] gyzym: Okay, so I’m seeing a lot of things floating around on my dash today, but what I’m especially seeing is fights about whether or not rape jokes are funny. And, of course, I’m seeing this story, about a comedian responding to the suggestion that rape jokes aren’t funny with the words “Wouldn’t it be funny if that girl got raped by like, 5 guys right now? Like right now? What if a bunch of guys just raped her…” tangled up in the center of a lot of these discussions. And it occurs to me, with all this anger going around, that there are some things that maybe aren’t being said that, I think, need to be said. Am I saying the anger isn’t deserved? Of course not. Am I saying the anger doesn’t have it’s place, or doesn’t need to be acknowledged, respected, and heard? Of course not. Am I saying that I am, myself, not angry? No, I’m really not saying that at all. I’ve got a lot of anger in my heart about this topic, both in the abstract and in the upsettingly specific; however, I have had to learn to separate from that anger, because it makes it difficult to live my life.  So this is not an angry post; this is an explaining post. This is a post where we just talk. And what we’re going to talk about is what “rape jokes aren’t funny,” really means. Or, to put it another way: this is a post about why rape jokes aren’t funny. Read More

let’s call this one the why. [tw: rape]

gyzym:

Okay, so I’m seeing a lot of things floating around on my dash today, but what I’m especially seeing is fights about whether or not rape jokes are funny. And, of course, I’m seeing this story, about a comedian responding to the suggestion that rape jokes aren’t funny with the words “Wouldn’t it be funny if that girl got raped by like, 5 guys right now? Like right now? What if a bunch of guys just raped her…” tangled up in the center of a lot of these discussions. And it occurs to me, with all this anger going around, that there are some things that maybe aren’t being said that, I think, need to be said. Am I saying the anger isn’t deserved? Of course not. Am I saying the anger doesn’t have it’s place, or doesn’t need to be acknowledged, respected, and heard? Of course not. Am I saying that I am, myself, not angry? No, I’m really not saying that at all. I’ve got a lot of anger in my heart about this topic, both in the abstract and in the upsettingly specific; however, I have had to learn to separate from that anger, because it makes it difficult to live my life. 

So this is not an angry post; this is an explaining post. This is a post where we just talk. And what we’re going to talk about is what “rape jokes aren’t funny,” really means. Or, to put it another way: this is a post about why rape jokes aren’t funny.

Read More

What I’ve learned in my young adulthood whatshouldwecallme:

What I’ve learned in my young adulthood