itswalky:

Shortpacked!: Super Brave

itswalky:

Shortpacked!: Super Brave

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Anonymous asked: Why are you confident as a fat person? I just don't get it. I'm nowhere near your size but I still scrutinize everything about myself. I think I'm fat at size 6 and hate it, but what are you? A size 18 and you think you're hot as hell. I just don't understand it.

redonkbadonk:

queenmerbabe:

do

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you

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understand

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now??

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You sound really, really confused. Almost like you’re a Physicist staring at someone walking on the ceiling in utter bewilderment. Like this plane of reality has been violently disturbed or something.

SO lemme break some shit down for you.

My place as a fat person (especially fat woman) isn’t supposed to be in a place of self hatred. Your place as a size 6 person isn’t supposed to be from a sense of superiority bred out of thin centric idealism either. And I’m not, in any sense of the term, your inspo porn or a hub for your collective misdirected frustrations to be slung at rooted in a, mostly, misogynistic power structure that tells who is and who isn’t supposed to lucky enough to be deemed beautiful and desirable….

but also as a woman, while thin women do have privilege, at the end of the day this is a system that seeks out to attack and dislodge your every insecurity and then feeds on it for your entire life, because as women our worth is told is contingent on how fuckable we are to the masses. And even as a thin woman, this system is built to still make you feel inferior.

Now lemme share an idea with you before you go off trying to make the confidence of other glorious fat girls feel misplaced and taboo…

our place as people, especially as women in relation to each other under the thumb of this fucked up world, is to recognize our worth and ability to recognize that worth is not threatened by the fabulousness of another woman. Trust me, there is enough space in this world for both of us and I see no reason why we can’t indulge in that space together instead of tearing each other apart.

Oh man yes good

iygrittenothing:

ryuyosei:

killipan-jones:

purrim:

purrim:

why are blonde jokes so short?

so men can remember them

this took an unexpected turn

Not if you just asked for directions.

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sassclops:

“I like batman but robin just feels like such a useless character to me”

“Which one?”

“Theres more than one?”

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In pop culture, girls who crush hopelessly on guys they can’t have are painted as just that – hopeless. Over and over again, we’re taught that girls who openly express sexual or romantic interest in guys who don’t want them are pitiable, stalkerish, desperate, crazy bitches. More often than not, they’re also portrayed as ugly – whether physically, emotionally or both – in order to further establish their undesirability as an objective fact. Both narratively and, as a consequence, in real life, men are given free reign to snub, abuse, mislead and talk down to such women: we’re raised to believe that female desire is unseemly, so that any consequent shaming is therefore deserved. There is no female-equivalent Friend Zone terminology because, in the language of our culture, a man’s romantic choices are considered sacrosanct and inviolable. If a girl has been told no, then she has only herself to blame for anything that happens next – but if a woman says no, then she must not really mean it. Or, if she does, she shouldn’t: the rejected man is a universally sympathetic figure, and everyone from moviegoers to platonic onlookers will scream at her to just give him a chance, as though her rejection must always be unfounded rather than based on the fact that he had a chance, and blew it. And even then, give him another one! The pathos of Single Nice Guys can only be eased by pity-sex with unwilling women that blossoms into romance! — Lamenting the Friendzone, or: The Nice Guy Approach to Perpetuating Sexist Bullshit (via expensivebirdcage)

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boldmatter:

silensy:

thecapedraccoon:

fyeahlilbit2point0:

kat8brains:

hamburgerjack:

thewhitemankilledthetruth:

After Earth Official Trailer #1 (2013) - Will Smith Movie HD (by movieclipsTRAILERS)

AFRO-FUCKING-FUTURISM Y’ALL

this trailer is giving me LIFE

IT’S NIGGAS IN THE FUTURE

IN SPACE

WITH SPACESHIPS

AND DANGER AND ALIENS

and lookin more exciting than the new wackass star trek movie 

Oh man I love shit like this

Oh man I love shit like this

Shit son

…this looks awesome.

Cautiously optimistic because it looks dope….but Shymalan hasn’t made a good film in forever.

but…Will Smith

Those last two comments sum it all up. “But Shymalan.” “But SMITHS!” 

Still, totally want to see this.

Yeah, basically. “Shymalan!” “SMITHS!” Smiths win out. I’m seeing this

powergirlschestnuts:

ohmygil:

I’m actually a little offended because if there were ever a male Strong Female Character

it’d be Nightwing

Isn’t that right Karen?

IM A LITTLE BITTER NEGL dick grayson was doing the strong female character thing IN CANON way before anyone knew who clint barton was but WHATEVER FANDOM 

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WHATEVER

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did I mention this isn’t fanart

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really printed

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ACTUAL POSE IN AN ACTUAL COMIC BOOK

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tits and ASS

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gratuitous and inhuman

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losing clothes since 1980something

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yet fandom still decides that CLINT BARTON is a better male Strong Female Character than this flawless prince smh

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idg why or how that snub happened but I am protesting it

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WE ALL KNOW WHO THE REAL WINNER IS

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and did I mention CANON because

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CANON MALE STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

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CLEAR WINNER BY A LONG SHOT

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DICK GRAYSON PERIOD THE END

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Eisenhower understood the trade-offs between guns and butter. “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed,” he warned in 1953, early in his presidency. “The cost of one modern heavy bomber is this: a modern brick school in more than 30 cities. It is two electric power plants, each serving a town of 60,000 population. It is two fine, fully equipped hospitals. It is some 50 miles of concrete highway. We pay for a single fighter plane with a half million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people.” Aaron B. O’Connell, Assistant Professor history at the United States Naval Academy and Marine Reserve Officer. (via letterstomycountry)

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10 titles that are better than ~Elementary~

evewithanapple:

ihavebeensherlocked:

doctorwhubarb:

  • No
  • Coming to America
  • Fairly Odd Couple
  • Tea With a Side of Bacon
  • How to Write a Series Without Really Trying
  • Sherlock, No Shit
  • CBS’ Sherlock
  • Nickelback
  • George Lucas’ Sherlock
  • Honey, I’m Holmes

HONEY, I’M HOLMES.

SHERLOCK, NO SHIT

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