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Hannibal Buress - (x)
This is why shouting at people who are ignorant doesn’t work.
- call you names
- tell you weird and personal details about myself
- say “I NEED TO PEE” instead of just brb
- type in caps a lot.
If i’m extra comfortable with you I’ll do all that and:
- talk casually about porn and really perverted thoughts
- share funny photos from my tumblr dash
- actually tell you when i’m upset
- try to make conversation with you
- just generally act really silly when I’m in a good mood
- tell you jokes even if they’re bad
a prank is:
- something you can look back on and genuinely laugh at whether or not you were the victim
being an asshole is:
- destroying public and private property
- deliberately triggering someone
- inflicting lasting harm on someone
- generally ruining someone’s day, then laughing about it
this april fool’s day, pull pranks instead of being an asshole
if you drive drunk or even just think drunk driving isn’t a big deal then stay the helllll away from me
Can we just talk about this movie for one minute? I’d been meaning to go on about the freaking Croods for a really long time
Eep is one of the prime reasons that I respect Dreamworks more than Disney (while i adore both DIsney and Pixar). This is one of the first times I’ve ever seen a female lead that doesn’t fit your stereotypical “princess” expectations. Even Merida, while she was a big step from typical perfect, petite princesses, still had the pretty dresses and the nice figure and even some beautiful—albeit unruly—hair.
But Eep, man—Eep is the female that’s resembled me the closest. A naturally frizzy poof of hair, less than perfect teeth, wide shoulders, even broken, sometimes dirty nails. But the thing about her? She embraces that. She’s proud of who she is, and doesn’t change—even for Guy’s sake.
And granted, she has flaws, other than physical ones. She’s boy-crazy, and pretty impulsive. And another thing that separates this film from Disney? Her traits begin as a major turn-off for Guy. Instead of love at first sight, this boy recoils at her (pardon the pun) crude mannerisms and family, her naivete, and her rambunctiousness. It takes a while for him to warm up to her—And even during this period, she doesn’t change just to please him.
This line in the film was probably meant as some comic blurb to make the audience laugh, but I really think it shows how far Dreamworks has come in overcoming some of these female expectations that Disney’s carved into the world of animation. Yes, Eep’s heavy. But in the world of a cavegirl, this is sensible. This means she’s well-fed, her body is thriving, and things are good.
This movie just makes me really happy to have a character proud of her “flaws”, inside and out.
u ever have that friend where ur like. yes lets get an apartment together. lets adopt 200 cats. lets DO IT
A few days ago in a parking lot in Lisbon wheelchair users and volunteers occupied all the available Non-Handicap spaces to make a point to able-bodied motorists what it is like to have “their” parking places unavailable to them.
On every wheelchair various notes were left like: "be right back", "it only takes a moment", "I’m get something here", etc.
Reblogged this yesterday from a different source, but I think this photograph is more powerful.
I love this so much I’ll reblog it a million times!
I honestly love this, okay? Because let’s face it, so many of us able-bodied people want closer spots because of convenience (aka: we’re lazy), and I’ve heard so many people curse the handicap parking spots. This needed to be done, and I’m so glad it was.
can i just tell you that i’m kind of emotional right now, because, out of 30,000+ notes, you’re the FIRST able-bodied person who has commented on this positively - not only by not calling it “selfish”, “reverse ableist”, “ungrateful” or saying things like, “this makes me lose all sympathy for handicaps”, “i would’ve just run over those chairs”, “they’re probably faking it anyways”, “not ALL ‘normal’ people are like that”, “they have parking PRIVILEGE” [and so on and so forth], but acknowledges abled privilege + casual ableism. thank you.
parents who vaccinate their children without their consent are terrible parents, no exceptions.
parents who let their children die of completely preventable diseases because they think 8 year olds are capable of making their own medical decisions are terrible parents. no exceptions