carry me my wayward sons
fuck this show I’m so damn done
such an ache inside my chest
time to cry some more
jeez i would love to order that thing online, but i don’t know what size to order it in because “women’s clothing” sizes are determined by the alignments of the planets in relation to the fuck you galaxy
But this is actually true.
of course it is i posted it
follow tumblr user duckktective for more 100% true statements!
i meant to post this a while ago but i guess my great grandfather was an insomniac and really good at woodcraft
he worked on this violin when he couldn’t sleep
allllll those little sticks are matchsticks just glued together
he cut them and burned them at different heights to get the diamond pattern
Cookie Monster asks the important questions. (x)
i dont know what’s funnier, the fact this is a thing that happened or that sesame street as a vine account
THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL
Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people
And last but not least…
Hahahahaha hahahahaha OMFG
i fail to find any flaw in this
y can’t i live in canada ;-;
If you do not reblog this, you are in fact lying.
Hey, don’t you fucking scroll down
Fuck you who said you could bring Mufasa into this
I don’t understand why this does not have more notes. There are more then 358,000 people on Tumblr.
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I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW THE RAIN IS GONE
I CAN SEE ALL OBSTACLES IN MAH WAAAAAAY
i think that french horn is out of tune, it looks a little flat.
This post makes me cry ;n;
I am so upset about this.
I recently graduated from KCL, which is generally a pretty good place. It’s full of at least reasonably intelligent people, so I would hope that there would be a general trend of common sense and open-mindedness in the student body.
Unfortunately, apparently this is not the case.
Recently, as you can see by the first picture, our Student Council voted to ban Blurred Lines from uni events and public spaces, mainly due to how it can be very triggering to sexual assault victims. In fact, many of the lyrics line up directly with things rapists have been reported to say to their victims.
The reactions to this have largely been that it’s an overreaction, it’s censorship on a par with communism, and that “triggering” isn’t a serious problem. People are dismissing it and mocking the decision, and all of that in itself is pretty triggering, if I’m honest.
It’s just incredible that people (Ryan, I’m mainly looking at you here) can be so fucking insensitive to issues that maybe they can’t personally relate to, but that no doubt some of their friends have experienced.
How do we make a change in a society like this? Please?
Censorship stops rape culture, guys!
Just responding to this part alone…
Quite a few of my friends are rape survivors and their rapist said “I love you.” Why aren’t we banning all songs that have “I love you” in the lyrics? Some rapists simply say “oh baby” and I know there’s like a billion songs from just the past decade with those words in their lyrics, why aren’t we banning all music? Come on, be O P E N M I N D E D!
(condemning someone for not being open minded on the issue of censorship, wow)
"I love you" has no implications of force or of you not having a say in what happens to you, whereas "I know you want it" is pretty straightforward, "you’re an animal baby, it’s in your nature" would suggest lack of thinking ability and that he knows best about what you need or want. ”The way you grab me, must wanna get nasty” - how about checking verbally first? Enthusiastic and clear consent guise! ”I’ll give you something big enough to tear your ass in two” - outright implying injury and a lack of care or respect for the girl’s body.
And on a personal level, I got “good girl” repeatedly. Now I want to throw up every time I hear it.
"I know you want it" is pretty straightforward? Yes, I’d say so…it means exactly what it sounds like…he’s aware that she desires him, as he has observed her body language. There is no implication of force except where people such as yourself insert the implication within their own mind.
"You’re an animal, baby, it’s in your nature" suggests no such thing, you’re pulling this purely out of your arse. It means that she likes kinky rough sex, again, as suggested by the way she behaves around him.
"how about checking verbally first?" What do you call the entire goddamn song? He’s not only “checking verbally” he’s actually suggesting that she initiate! You can’t get any less rapey than simply asking your potential partner to make the first move!!!
"Lack of care or respect for the girl’s body." Sure it’s tasteless but have you ever heard of hyperbole? Guys bragging about the size of their dick…they’re usually for exaggerating in that situation, it’s not really a big deal at all.
And as for the “good girl” thing, hardly relevant as to why people should be banning songs or claiming they endorse rape.
Your whole argument is conjecture, you’re hearing what you want to hear and I somehow doubt you’d even pay any attention to the lyrics of the song if someone else hadn’t made this claim first.
A potential female rape victim might hypothetically be triggered by a song, so we must ban it to protect the feelings of possible victims.
Not quite - many actual (not hypothetical) rape victims are triggered by the song. It’s not being banned from campus, but being banned from being played by the university. I don’t think that’s censorship, and I don’t think it’s unreasonable to protect the vulnerable?
Ladies and gentleman, this is why font choice matters.
I’d never, ever hurt a lady but I’d be happy to punch a feminist.
It’d bring me great joy.
I’m 6’2 and weigh 180lbs
ready when you are
Or if you’d like to have some more options….
and have 9 years of combined martial arts training and 3 years of being a Line Backer in football.
Just in case you are looking for variety.
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