Source: parksandrings, via: mecchakawaiicherushi
i’m not even sorry
this is what a good hitler joke looks like
I don’t want to laugh but oh
THIS IS HUMOUR HHhah
430 members of Congress find Pakistanis so worthless and inhuman, they can’t even bother showing up to a hearing detailing their unbelievably unjustified massacre. Maybe you might want to ask your representative what was so much more important than correcting vast human rights abuses on your dime. A 9-year-old managed to show up. They have no excuse.
5. fucking. congress. members. FIVE. FIIIIIVVVVE. 5. THAT’S IT. JUST 5.
He’s just mad because he can’t acquire all the apple juice that I’m acquiring. (x)
also today some kid mentioned the red hot chili peppers and i was like “oh i love that band” and they were like “oh yeah name five songs by them” and i listed five of my favourites and he hesitated and then said “maybe you do like them”
Why is it on a pieCE OF CHEESE
Why do you make your senteNCES CAPITALIZED AS THEY PROGRESS
because it proviDES A SENSE OF SUDDEN ANGER/REALIZATION
How is liking RHCP even revolutionary? They are played fucking constantly. I can’t turn on the radio without hearing them. I hate them. I hate Scar Tissue. I really would prefer if they were super underground because them Lithium and 90’s on 90 wouldn’t play them at the same time giving me no escape from this shit.
when male writers create “strong female characters” that show hints of feminism without ever calling it feminism.
when said strong female characters go ahead and slut shame and spray hate all over other women.
I’m still waiting to hear what happens when these crimes are committed by a TV show you’re watching.
I suppose when these transgressions occur, you eventually rise up above the all-consuming horde and …
….post an animated GIF. Of a person on a different TV show rolling their eyes.
It’s a bummer to me that I can broadcast 30 minutes of content through a gauntlet of state and corporate-imposed boundaries and still somehow manage to enrage a real person.
It’s a bummer to me that a real person, without restriction, with nobody policing what they say or how they say it, can sit down to make their voice known, and end up…posting a complaint about a sitcom. A sitcom on a network that predates our grandparents, from a company that makes stereos, games and phones.
Everything’s a bummer to me, but I try to focus on what makes me happy and what I’m able to control. Now imagine a GIF of me shitting on your face and tell your parents I said “you’re welcome.”
Wow. This is the stupidest response.
Britta has made me sad for quite a while. I feel like she exists almost purely to be made fun of at this point. Her caring about things IS the joke, constantly. Are there times when Britta’s activism deserves to be made fun of and is a great commentary on the behaviour of some activists? Absolutely (“I can excuse racism but I draw the line at animal cruelty”). But more often than not she is given feminist traits, which are then exaggerated, and then made fun of - and I would say that it’s satirical mocking only about half the time.
And really, it makes him mad that he can live up to the standards of the government and network but his viewers still have something they don’t like? That a person chooses to make a complaint about how an entire ideology is portrayed on a popular television show that’s lauded as being progressive? That people have something to say about how a network can control that portrayal? It’s almost like people got the idea somewhere that social critique is a thing that might be important.
Like who the fuck did he think was watching this show, people who have no interest in social commentary and laugh on cue?
Seriously Dan, you pal around with Duncan Trussell, you’re better than this. Britta absolutely is characterized as being the “annoying” white feminist who is completely out of touch with reality. If this wasn’t the ONLY representation of feminism and activism that we ever saw on tv I’d be like, “That’s awesome and subversive, pointing out the flaws within our own movement that we need to focus on,” but that isn’t the case. Her character is just more of the same.
That doesn’t mean I don’t like the damn show, or laugh at her character. It’s just like, can we for once subvert that trope? Is that too much to ask? I feel like Pierce’s racism is responded to more lovingly in a way. Britta’s character was certainly not the make or break it moment when you pitched the tv show so blaming it on the network is just passing the buck.
Representation matters. I know that’s tough to get for a white, straight, cis man, who sees nothing but his reflection played out in a myriad of ways, but it does. Responding snarkily to your fans is not helping your case. It just makes you look like you actually don’t like activists and don’t think their voices matter.
Nair on the armpits was one of the bigger mistakes of the past year. Good god, why did I do this to myself? I knew it was too sensitive. Fahck.
why do ppl on here get so angry at ppl with mental illnesses lmao “being depressed isn’t cool!!” really thank you. thanks
Piñata by Pages Matam (x)
I was in tears by the end.
This man is incredible
just stick your hands in boiling hot coffee. go on. do it. just shove your fingers on in that blistering hot cuppa joe. throw an egg in there. who gives a shit. eat your god damn coffee eggs like the stupid slobbering idiot that you are
Sleep anxiety is such an asshole. I have plans tonight for the first time after officially separating from my ex (we don’t live together anymore) and I have stayed up all night, 6 hours later than the average night, riddled with anxiety. It’s not even anything scary but my body and mind are on red alert. This is so frustrating. I just want to sleep like a normal human being.
- - JAG lawyer, speaking to my husband’s plant during Sexual Assault Prevention Month. (via circusbones)
So it looks like the Feminist Police have deemed Lily Allen to be a traitor because she dared to say:
Men are not the enemy.
and called out the ugly behavior that girls do each other.
For this, she must pay.
And this article is very unfair to her, saying she calls other girls…
Well that’s quite the strawman you’ve cooked up there.
The fact that Lily Allen is a success is not the problem. I celebrate successful women, period. I do not, however, believe that all women are perfect and above reproach. If women actively harm other women, they will be criticized for that. Especially if those women hold a position of power and influence and choose to share such opinions publicly.
Spreading sexist stereotypes that pretend that men as a group are above judgmental, cruel behavior, and labels all women as the source of judgment and cruelty against women, is a bold faced, delusional lie.
Allen stated that women are the mean ones because they judge each other’s appearances, but then obliviously contradicts herself by stating that men find a certain type of woman disgusting, not acknowledging how that statement coming from a man’s mouth is the type of judgment that she is only holding women accountable for. She also doesn’t seem to put any thought to who is perpetuating the idea that thin is what all women should aspire to be. It certainly isn’t a female-run media we’re looking at that is coming up with reasons for women to hate their own bodies.
She also doesn’t bother to examine how much a man’s opinion of her own body affects her sense of self worth. Instead she holds other women accountable for it. She allows a man’s opinion of her body elevate her own sense of self worth above other women.
Who is saying that Lily Allen must pay? We’re discussing her warped opinions, not burning her at the stake like you dramatically suggest. This blog is so absurd it’d be laughable if I wasn’t so sad for the women out there who feel they have to perpetuate the status quo in order to buy into the male protection racket. Letting women off the hook for harmful behavior is not feminist.
Edited to add: LOLing at the misrepresentation of feminists freaking out over it when barely anyone is even talking about it haha.