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I got some homework, which was to do things I enjoy on purpose.

I got some homework, which was to do things I enjoy on purpose.

theyoungdoyley:

kashima/mikorin and sakura/mikorin

taylertots:

best friends yeah?

taylertots:

best friends yeah?

Don’t ever compliment me by insulting other women. That’s not a compliment, it’s a competition none of us agreed to.
"You’re not like other girls." Shut the fuck up. (via flowing-air)

aubrey-plaza:

look at these babes

robowolves:

getintherobot:

tickatocka:

i want someone who’s never seen b99 to explain this screencap

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is this live action cowboy bebop

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paleocat:

asjdlkfjsd

jollityfarm:

arsvallis:

rosaluxmemeburg:

fawnflight:

”I hate capitalism.” typed the communist individual on their MacBook Pro, a product that is a result of capitalism.

”I hate feudalism.” wrote the burgher with their printing press, a product that is a result of feudalism.

"there is only one G*d" said the early christians as they traveled through roman roads, a product of a pagan empire.

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thenamesmadlibbs:

Some Luna sketchings

thenamesmadlibbs:

Some Luna sketchings

celestedoodles:

a beauxbatons student inspired by this post 

celestedoodles:

a beauxbatons student inspired by this post 

Can Muslims Breastfeed? Do Lesbians Autism or Is It Choice? Is Facebook Making Us Feel More Non-Monogamy? The New Face of the Old Part That’s the Same (And Why That’s a Good Thing). Do Vaccines Prevent Female Children in Private Schools From ‘Having It All’? CAN THINGS BE DO NOUNS … WORRY FACE IS GOOD BAD?? WHY I HURT [stock photo anger moms].
Mallory Ortberg in Tomorrow Magazine (via nickdouglas)
I don’t consider the books to be anti-authoritarian. But I do think it is important, if you think something is wrong, to question authority — because, you know, there are villains in real life, and they don’t always wear black capes and black hats. Sometimes they’re dressed like authority figures. And kids need to know that it’s important to question them.
Author Dav Pikley’s reaction to Captain Underpants earning the number one spot as the most frequently challenged book in America. The book has topped the most challenged books list for two years now. (via npr)
renacat:

I need this poster

renacat:

I need this poster

usbdongle:

MR MYSTERY INDEED

usbdongle:

MR MYSTERY INDEED

rngrn:

+10 years probably 

rngrn:

+10 years probably