1. 09:04 28th Jul 2014

    Notes: 80404

    Reblogged from prototype-the-walter-girl

    robotsatthedisco:

    mankanfuckyou:

    mankanfuckyou:

    a sitcom about a stoner and a pansexual sharing an apartment called “pots and pans”

    the running gag is that they actually have no pots or pans in their apartment and they’re always having to find creative ways to cook things

    "are you using tupperware on the oven?!"

    "oh so the one whos turned on by everything is appalled by this."

     
  2. 08:59

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    Reblogged from dr-cormier

     
  3. 15:06 24th Jul 2014

    Notes: 17231

    Reblogged from dr-cormier

    For real though.

    nomorewaterthefirenexttime:

    If you’re at a pool, and there’s some kids running, and the life guard shouts “No running!” do you interject with “EXCUSE ME, NOT ALL OF US WERE RUNNING.”

    If you’re in class, and a classmate is eating, and your professor addresses his students, “There’s no eating in the classroom,” do you scream out “EXCUSE ME, BUT WE’RE NOT ALL EATING.”

    The lifeguard and your professor are well aware who is doing what. There is no reason for them to modify their sentences because they realize you’re aware of who is doing what, too. They have enough faith in your intelligence that if they say, no running, or, no eating, you will recognize that if you are not already doing these things, you are in the clear.

    When someone begins a post, “why do men do x,” they are not saying that every single man in this world wakes up and makes it a point to do x for the day, every day of his life. Nobody ever, ever thinks that. They exist around men and observe men on a regular enough basis to know that obviously not all men do x.

    No. They are saying that they have witnessed men doing x enough that they would like to point it out. They are saying that in the whole group of men, there are men who do x, and they think it’s worth noting.

    So there’s no reason to go “NOT ALL MEN” because everyone already knows not all men, and that’s why nobody said “all men.” They just said men. If you’re not the man it applies to, move the fuck on, just like you’d keep walking at a swimming pool or keep not eating in class.

    If the words “some men” are keeping you from recognizing a post with very valid points, you’re the problem.

     
  4. 14:36

    Notes: 1477

    Reblogged from sonneillonv

    image: Download

    cracked:

There’s a pretty important detail our movies and textbooks left out of the handoff from Native Americans to white European settlers: It begins in the immediate aftermath of a full-blown apocalypse. In the decades between Columbus’ discovery of America and the Mayflower landing at Plymouth Rock, the most devastating plague in human history raced up the East Coast of America. Just two years before the pilgrims started the tape recorder on New England’s written history, the plague wiped out about 96 percent of the Indians in Massachusetts.
In the years before the plague turned America into The Stand, a sailor named Giovanni da Verrazzano sailed up the East Coast and described it as “densely populated” and so “smoky with Indian bonfires” that you could smell them burning hundreds of miles out at sea. Using your history books to understand what America was like in the 100 years after Columbus landed there is like trying to understand what modern day Manhattan is like based on the post-apocalyptic scenes from I Am Legend. #CrackedClassic
6 Ridiculous Lies You Believe About the Founding of America

    cracked:

    There’s a pretty important detail our movies and textbooks left out of the handoff from Native Americans to white European settlers: It begins in the immediate aftermath of a full-blown apocalypse. In the decades between Columbus’ discovery of America and the Mayflower landing at Plymouth Rock, the most devastating plague in human history raced up the East Coast of America. Just two years before the pilgrims started the tape recorder on New England’s written history, the plague wiped out about 96 percent of the Indians in Massachusetts.

    In the years before the plague turned America into The Stand, a sailor named Giovanni da Verrazzano sailed up the East Coast and described it as “densely populated” and so “smoky with Indian bonfires” that you could smell them burning hundreds of miles out at sea. Using your history books to understand what America was like in the 100 years after Columbus landed there is like trying to understand what modern day Manhattan is like based on the post-apocalyptic scenes from I Am Legend. #CrackedClassic

    6 Ridiculous Lies You Believe About the Founding of America

     
  5. 14:07

    Notes: 165

    Reblogged from thatsthat24

    ivegotfreewifi:

    tea-with-one-sugar:

    thatsthat24:

    Sooo I had a little fun with the Photobooth program at Best Buy today…

    i want to hang out with thomas sanders 

    THIIIIISSSSSSSSS

     
  6. 13:39

    Notes: 118810

    Reblogged from ryangoslinginadinosauronesie

    When I was a student at Cambridge I remember an anthropology professor holding up a picture of a bone with 28 incisions carved in it. “This is often considered to be man’s first attempt at a calendar” she explained. She paused as we dutifully wrote this down. ‘My question to you is this – what man needs to mark 28 days? I would suggest to you that this is woman’s first attempt at a calendar.’

    It was a moment that changed my life. In that second I stopped to question almost everything I had been taught about the past. How often had I overlooked women’s contributions?
    — Sandi Toksvig (via lntelligent, learninglog) (via ryangoslinginadinosauronesie)
     
  7. 13:10

    Notes: 26740

    Reblogged from playerauditore

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    rebeccacohenart:

Being a woman online.

    rebeccacohenart:

    Being a woman online.

     
  8. 12:42

    Notes: 48730

    Reblogged from ryangoslinginadinosauronesie

    roachpatrol:

    sarcoptid:

    i’d just like to take a moment to appreciate one of my new favorite fishes, the longnosed lancetfish

    that’s a dragon

     
  9. 12:15

    Notes: 1943

    Reblogged from officialcousland

    Remember that episode of the 90s X-Men serieswhen it was an apocalyptic alternate universe and Storm and Wolverine were a badass married couple?

    I do, because it was EVERYTHING

    (Source: thelastgleekbender)

     
  10. 11:46

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    Reblogged from thatsthat24

    thatsthat24:

    He said “Lonely” twice… I guess that word really got to him…

    (Source: thenewmetropolitan)