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cyvivi:

I don’t get it when I say I’m fat and someone falls over themselves to insist that I’m not fat. You are dumb. This stuff all over my body? That is fat. There is quite a bit of it. I identify as a fat person. So when you say “oh don’t say such awful things about yourself!” you’re not…

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4 months ago on 15 December 2013 ~ 4:41pm 268 notes
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10 months ago on 19 June 2013 ~ 9:27pm 137,733 notes

loosealbluth:

If your favorite tv show doesn’t make you want to stab yourself repeatedly in the heart, then it’s not your favorite tv show.

10 months ago on 19 June 2013 ~ 9:19pm 35,979 notes

221books:

fuckyourwritinghabits:

cornflakepizza:

winchesterbr0s:

hesmybrother-hesadopted:

czarnoksieznik:

beesmygod:

“chuffed doesnt mean what you think it means”

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it means exactly what i think it means its just some stupid word that literally has two definitions that mean the opposite thing

what in the shit pissing fuck

This makes me really chuffed.

This post is quite egregious

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Well I’m nonplussed by this whole post.

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goddamnit.

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10 months ago on 19 June 2013 ~ 9:17pm 213,796 notes

sunflowerforest:

Happy Birthday, Helena Bonham Carter 

Fuck ya

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10 months ago on 19 June 2013 ~ 9:15pm 5,948 notes

stay-ocean-minded:

theressomethingaboutasunrise:

stay-ocean-minded:

how do u make holy water

You boil the hell out of it

i will boil the hell out of u if you keep stealing my punchlines

10 months ago on 2 June 2013 ~ 1:33am 6,179 notes
lacigreen:

roseaposey:


“Judgments”I took this last year, but in retrospect, I think it’s my strongest piece from high school.
Working on this project really made me examine my own opinions, preconceptions and prejudices about “slutty” women and women who choose to cover all of their skin alike. I used to assume that all women who wore Hijabs were being oppressed, slut-shame, and look down on and judge any woman who didn’t express her sexuality in a way that I found appropriate.
I’d like to think I’m more open now.


just wonderful.

lacigreen:

roseaposey:

“Judgments”

I took this last year, but in retrospect, I think it’s my strongest piece from high school.

Working on this project really made me examine my own opinions, preconceptions and prejudices about “slutty” women and women who choose to cover all of their skin alike. I used to assume that all women who wore Hijabs were being oppressed, slut-shame, and look down on and judge any woman who didn’t express her sexuality in a way that found appropriate.

I’d like to think I’m more open now.

just wonderful.

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1 year ago on 13 January 2013 ~ 10:20am 898,690 notes

bagginsbagend:

I miss when Doctor Who just had a bunch of one-off episodes that were cute and cheesy. I miss when the story arch was subtly added in so that the climax of the season was so much cooler. I miss when the plot twists weren’t shoved in our faces all the time. I miss when there was actual continuity. I miss when the companions were relatable and seemingly ordinary people who became extraordinary. I miss that Doctor Who. 

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1 year ago on 13 January 2013 ~ 10:18am 75,570 notes
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1 year ago on 13 January 2013 ~ 12:15am 4,664 notes
spendingitbyyourside:

Fun Facts about Mean Girls:
1. Initially, Lindsay Lohan was cast as Regina, but decided to play the “nice girl” so the public wouldn’t base her real personality on Regina’s.
2. Amanda Seyfried was initially supposed to play Cady, Lindsay Lohan’s part.
3. Tim Meadows broke his hand before shooting and had to wear a cast, so the explanation that his character Mr. Duvall had carpal tunnel was added.
4. In the scene where Cady was asked if her “muffin was buttered”, the line was originally going to be, “Is your cherry popped?” The same goes for the girl who “made out with a hot dog” this was going to be “masturbated with a hot dog”. These were omitted in order for the film to gain a PG 13+ rating instead of a R.
5. Ashley Tisdale auditioned for Karen Smith.
6. Lindsay Lohan’s character is named “Cady”, which has a common pronunciation (“Katie”) but an uncommon spelling for an American girl’s first name. In keeping with the film’s theme of female empowerment, it is the same spelling of the birth last name of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, an 18th-century pioneer in the American Women’s Rights movement.
7. In real life, Rachel McAdams is 8 years older than Lindsay Lohan, who plays her classmate, and only 7 years younger than Amy Poehler, who plays her mother.
8. When casting the film, Tina Fey picked Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels) because he looked like Jimmy Fallon.
9. Mean Girls is based on the book “Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and Other Realities of Adolescence” by Rosalind Wiseman, even though it is a non-fiction parental self-help guide with no narrative at all.
10. Rachel McAdams’ hair was a wig.
11. The skirts for the Christmas talent show were made of plastic; the costume designer says they were made of that fabric to “represent the Plastics”.
12. David Reale, a Canadian actor born 1984, was the man who played Glen Coco. Sadly, this crucial role was not credited in the movie.
FOUR FOR YOU DAVID REALE, YOU GO DAVID REALE

spendingitbyyourside:


Fun Facts about Mean Girls:

  • 1. Initially, Lindsay Lohan was cast as Regina, but decided to play the “nice girl” so the public wouldn’t base her real personality on Regina’s.
  • 2. Amanda Seyfried was initially supposed to play Cady, Lindsay Lohan’s part.
  • 3. Tim Meadows broke his hand before shooting and had to wear a cast, so the explanation that his character Mr. Duvall had carpal tunnel was added.
  • 4. In the scene where Cady was asked if her “muffin was buttered”, the line was originally going to be, “Is your cherry popped?” The same goes for the girl who “made out with a hot dog” this was going to be “masturbated with a hot dog”. These were omitted in order for the film to gain a PG 13+ rating instead of a R.
  • 5. Ashley Tisdale auditioned for Karen Smith.
  • 6. Lindsay Lohan’s character is named “Cady”, which has a common pronunciation (“Katie”) but an uncommon spelling for an American girl’s first name. In keeping with the film’s theme of female empowerment, it is the same spelling of the birth last name of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, an 18th-century pioneer in the American Women’s Rights movement.
  • 7. In real life, Rachel McAdams is 8 years older than Lindsay Lohan, who plays her classmate, and only 7 years younger than Amy Poehler, who plays her mother.
  • 8. When casting the film, Tina Fey picked Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels) because he looked like Jimmy Fallon.
  • 9. Mean Girls is based on the book “Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and Other Realities of Adolescence” by Rosalind Wiseman, even though it is a non-fiction parental self-help guide with no narrative at all.
  • 10. Rachel McAdams’ hair was a wig.
  • 11. The skirts for the Christmas talent show were made of plastic; the costume designer says they were made of that fabric to “represent the Plastics”.
  • 12. David Reale, a Canadian actor born 1984, was the man who played Glen Coco. Sadly, this crucial role was not credited in the movie.

FOUR FOR YOU DAVID REALE, YOU GO DAVID REALE

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1 year ago on 13 January 2013 ~ 12:14am 384,852 notes