boburnhamisbeautiful:

ravendorkholme:

You can tell a lot about someone from how intensely they get into Bohemian Rhapsody

Hell yes

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  • otp: [insults each other]
  • me: be still my beating heart

perfectlyanimated:

5 Disney Film Meme:

1. Favourite Disney Lady/Girl  » Rapunzel

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dealanexmachina:

Okay but can we talk for a moment about the layers of complexity regarding race that are unfolding in this scene right here?

You have:

  1. Two black women discussing very real issues of privilege and passing regarding dark and light skin tones in society.
  2. In which topics of identity and feelings of belonging and kinship are discussed and dissected explicitly, because one is the bi-racial child of the other, at one point actually pointing out how she didn’t feel like she belonged to either group.
  3. Which is further complicated by the fact that Lena is a lesbian, so her comments about belonging (or rather not belonging) to the minority or majority take on another layer of unspoken but very present and implied exclusion/inclusion.
  4. All of which is sparked from Lena’s mom calling Lena out on the fact that throwing a kickass Quinceanera (without really fully understanding the ins and outs and nuances of the culture) is not the same as making sure Mariana is part of her Latina culture, and actually in fact very finely skirts the line of cultural appropriation if it’s all about you projecting your feelings of cultural isolation.

This is what happens when you make women, women of color, and lesbians the main characters of your show. We can have conversations like this on TV, and regardless on whose side of the discussion you fall on, the fact that we’re even SEEING this conversation is, in itself, revolutionary. It has been a long time since I have seen a scene like this tackle the topics of race so head on, and on a family show at that.

Major props to everyone involved in bringing this scene to life, because the writing and the acting make it so neither woman is fully in the wrong, and I am so happy to see this bring brought up, because scene like this spark dialogue about topics that are rarely addressed so openly in our own lives.

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gaybrielthearchangle:

augustuss-grace:

schibbyraccoon42:

tyleroakley:

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i couldnt understand why i read the last part normally but then i remembered  i am british everything i read is automatically in a british accent

(Source: fuckyeahloldemort, via what-thehellisastiles)

wholetjackdrive:

wholetjackdrive:

tall lanky boys with messy hair are dangerous i want 5 of them

you know, i wrote this text post about a specific boy and then i ended up dating him isn’t life magical

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lokiarmygeneral:

master-of-duct-tape:

Everyone likes to point out the fact that Chris Evans played both Johnny Storm and Steve Rogers.

Seldom discussed is the fact that they’re POLAR OPPOSITE PERSONALITIES

*throws all the acting awards*

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vulpae:

my scanner kinda sucks a little but here have a dylan (´ ▽ `* )ノ

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heavensairwaves:

heavensairwaves:

BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY CAME TO MY UNIVERSITY AND I FOUND HIM AND HE ASKED IF I WANTED A SELFIE WITH HIM 

AND NOW I HAVE A SELFIE WITH BILL NYE

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NO I DONT THINK YOU GUYS UNDERSTAND

BILL NYE ASKED ME IF I WANTED A SELFIE AND THEN WALKED ME THROUGH THE STEPS OF TAKING A SELFIE

YESTERDAY WAS GLORIOUS

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fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

ABC News tells viewers that scenes of destruction in Gaza are in Israel

More than fifty Palestinians have been killed and another 450 wounded since Monday in Israel’s ongoing assault on the besieged Gaza Strip, dubbed “Operation Protective Edge” by the Israeli army. 

As usual, mainstream media outlets are straining to paint Israel as the victim, defending its people against irrational Palestinian rocket fire.

There is no equating the killing and maiming of dozens of innocent Palestinians with scared Israelis seeking shelter from crude rockets that rarely cause damage. But that hasn’t stopped media outlets from trying, and in some cases, outright lying, to distort the violence. 

In one stark example, ABC News’ Diane Sawyer misidentifies scenes of the aftermath of Israeli missile strikes in Gaza as destruction caused by Palestinian rocket fire.

As Sawyer segues into the segment, she says, “We take you overseas now to the rockets raining down on Israel today as Israel tried to shoot them out of the sky.” Next to her is video footage not of Israelis or even Israel, but of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza.

Sawyer then incorrectly describes an image of a Palestinian family gathering belongings in the smoking debris of a missile-hit home in Gaza as “an Israeli family trying to salvage what they can.” 

Sawyer then describes an image of a Palestinian woman surrounded by destroyed homes as “one woman standing speechless among the ruins,” with the implication that she is Israeli. 

Sawyer’s bald misreporting reflects either a deliberate lie by ABC News or willful ignorance so severe that Palestinian death and misery is invisible even when it’s staring ABC producers right in the face.

The segment in its entirety can be seen here

Lord

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sirdef:

sirdef:

sirdef:

i did that adult thing you can do where you buy an entire cake and just eat it

i am eating an entire cake

update: there is more cake than i imagined. 

i see now why my parents didn’t let me do this

(via a-restless-dream)

Mindy Lahiri + Stress Barfing

(Source: thelastcon, via a-restless-dream)