"What they don’t understand about birthdays and what they never tell you is that when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, and nine, and eight and seven, and six, and five, and four, and three, and two, and one." -Sandra Cisneros, "Eleven"
Oh no this is super adorable
I finally stopped to take a closer look at this and oh my GOD this is amazing.
For all those bad body image days- “you will never look like the girl in the magazine, the girl in the magazine doesn’t look like the girl in the magazine!”
Just so you know how photoshop works its miracles and you should never fall for their tricks. In the end, it’s all about making money, but their strategies make you unhappy. you’re fine and perfect just the way you are and as the comment above says: the girl in the magazine doesn’t look like the girl in the magazine…
men are upset about getting judged for wearing fedoras???? wow, sure must be awful to have your character judged based on what you choose to wear. i can’t even imagine what that must be like
There are men who are upset at other men for destroying the reputation of formerly nice hats. Why can’t people leave clothing alone. What did it ever do to them? Don’t tell me it was asking for it.
Ain’t nobody fucks with Arya.
i don’t watch whatever show this is from but i so appreciate the badassery.
The last one cracked me up.
shiarempress asked: Today in my boxing class we had to do a lot of arrow crunches, and now my friend and I are convinced it's the only workout Hawkeye does. Care to confirm or deny?
ONE comic book bow and arrow guy works out. and one does NOT.
guess which is which
can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now
Is this real
Is this really appearing before my eyes
can it be true
a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????
mind is blown.
I grew up solidly middle class, with parents who were not wealthy, but could certainly afford the American Dream of a nice little house, an annual vacation (we drove), and the occasional extra like ballet lessons for their kids. My husband grew up on welfare, and didn’t even know what the SATs were until his guidance counselor told him that he was smart and he should take them. We have worked very hard in our lives, and had a great deal of luck, and we now live a very comfortable life.
This dress cost more than you could earn working 40 hours at minimum wage. I bought it for my 2 year old, although she never got around to wearing it.
She’s 5 now, and I explained that for every hundred cookies, 1 person has 40 of them, and 99 people have to share all of the others. She goes to a private Montessori school, so she understood (they do lots of abacus play). Even she knows how unfair that is.
We are the 1% and we have more than we know what to do with. I support higher taxes for social services and safety nets, and for the infrastructure that makes a society strong and vibrant. I do not support higher taxes for endless wars and corporate welfare.
We stand with the 99%.