ohmygil:

God is like "ball is life, my son"

ohmygil:

God is like "ball is life, my son"

(via thisrhinestoneworld)


(Source: twisteddoodles, via truthfacts)




a-trex:

Can’t believe my teacher would say this

a-trex:

Can’t believe my teacher would say this

(via dion-thesocialist)



Title: The Ice Is Getting Thinner
Artist: Death Cab For Cutie
Played: 4595 times

flufflebuffle:

I hate if when I’m taking a picture of my wife and suddenly Nicolas Cage

flufflebuffle:

I hate if when I’m taking a picture of my wife and suddenly Nicolas Cage

(via butitmakesthecolorsbrighter)


wreckamic:

Misty Copeland - 1st African American Woman to join American Ballet Theatre

(via butitmakesthecolorsbrighter)


Several folks told me that the issue of women’s treatment in these games was moot because men get treated much more violently overall, as of course the vast majority of the violence in games is done to male characters, player and non-player alike. But again, Sarkeesian addresses this (it can’t be that her critics haven’t actually watched her video, can it???). She notes, correctly, men have the chance to be anything and everything in game worlds: yes they are the targets of brutalization themselves, but not exclusively. They also get to be heroes, conquerors, geniuses, villains, all-powerful warriors, etcetera, etcetera. Women are mostly relegated to background, prizes, sex objects, and targets for abuse. There are a very, very few exceptions to this, but clearly making an equivalence over the portrayal of male and female characters is ridiculous.

Angela Merkel
— Alex Turner answering what AM really stands for (via bonnsexuality)

(Source: hhiley, via veronicaecholls)


(Source: metangy, via mad-dog97)


(Source: sandandglass, via truthfacts)


theme