Imagine dragons sleeping the same way giraffes do


Yessss! I wanna draw sleeping dragons tooo

Maybe they sleep like camels…image

or cats…


or…. uh… snakes?



Or maybe they sleep on trees


There is nothing about this post I don’t love

maybe they sleep like bats



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This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.




This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

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AU: Nine meets Ten and Eleven


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lmao men’s comments on these Jessica Williams gifsets are hilariously predictable. “But how am I supposed to make sure strange women know I approve of their bodies and physical appearance? AM I NEVER ALLOWED TO TALK TO A WOMAN EVER AGAIN THE HUMAN RACE WILL DIE OUT”

Like seriously just sit down before y’all hurt yourselves with all that weight-of-the-world-responsibility-for-continuing-the-human-race on your shoulders. Nobody wants your approval or your genetic legacy.

Why do men assume that their unwanted comments are such an essential component of our daily lives? 

Or, to be more accurate, why do men assume that they themselves are such an essential component of our daily lives? 

Because some men literally cannot comprehend a world in which they are not the central, driving force of every woman’s life.

I sat in a lit class listening to a man complain about a scene in The Joy Luck Club. In this scene, a young girl has taken advantage of her male piano teacher’s deafness to not learn properly. At her recital, she is exposed and humiliated. Compounding her humiliation, the only person who claps for her is the deaf piano teacher.

This young man could not comprehend that the scene was not about making fun of the piano teacher - was, in fact, not about the piano teacher at all.  He literally could not grasp the fact that the entire book was, in fact, not about men.  He accused the author of misandry and tried to “reverse” the Bechdel test to prove his point.

Some men literally do not understand that the world doesn’t revolve around them.

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no one will ever understand the deep fucking connection I have with this film

For real though

Ok guys I need to talk about this movie.

The Breakfast Club came out in 1985 and to this day is, in my opinion, one of the greatest damn movies ever to barely even have a script.

During the famous “dance” scene, Molly Ringwald, who played the “princess” Claire, was supposed to a small little dance by herself, but she was shy so all of them did some dancing together, creating one of the most famous film scene’s to date. It was improvised.

During the scene in the film where the characters sat down and told why they were their, there was NO SCRIPT. John Huges told the cast to sit there and improvise why they thought their characters were there, creating that heart wrenching scene everyone could relate to.

EVERYONE can relate to this movie and thats the best damn thing. 

On March 24, 1984, five students entered a detention room thinking it was just another Saturday. Before the day was over, they broke the rules, bared their souls, and touched each other in a way they never dreamed possible.




Moi aussi.  It is a wonderful movie, and you don’t even mind the overt stereotypes.  It teaches you that stereotypes exist for a reason.

Every time I see one of these photosets, I want to watch this movie again. And again. And again.


JFC i love pop sonnets so damn hard


JFC i love pop sonnets so damn hard

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Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #0

I really appreciated all the little nods to Clint’s deafness in this issue. I’m glad other writers are acknowledging it and it’s not just a temporary thing in Fraction’s run. I also enjoy the fact that Wade apparently knows sign language.

Also deadpool has his mask up to expose his lips so Hawkeye can read his lips so he doesn’t have to sign everything

I love Deadpool so much, you guys. Love love him. Every time I find out something new about Deadpool, I love him more, because it’s always shit like this.

Deadpool is lovely.

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Why yes, you are correct im-the-asshole-that. I really really hate boomers constantly shitting on my generation.

At my job, I once had to take a training course called “Dealing with Difficult People.” And during that course, for no apparent reason, the instructor started off on a rant about millenials which quickly devolved into the entire room of boomers bitching about my generation. At one point, one lady called us “animals.”

When I raised my hand to point out that this was disrespectful, I was told “it’s okay, you’re not like them.” At which point I snapped and asked HOW. My experiences are their experiences. You know what we saw when we grew up? We saw a housing market collapse. We saw the beginning of a war on terror so vaguely defined as to have no visible end. We saw an entire generation stick their fingers in their ears and shout “GLOBAL WARMING ISN’T REAL AND IF IT IS IT’S A PROBLEM FOR THE NEXT GENERATION.”

We’ve been told that “you better go to college if you want a good job” only to graduate to find that there are no jobs available because the work force ISN’T RETIRING. We’ve seen the cost of higher education increase OVER 1,000% in the last four decades. A college credit that cost an day’s minimum wage in the 70’s costs us 60 days of work. Those of us who graduate with student loans are told that if we couldn’t afford it we shouldn’t have gone. Those who don’t go are told that we can’t expect a job without a college degree.

We’ve grown up in a world where the acceptance rate at Harvard is higher than the acceptance rate at a new Walmart. We’ve been told that you were grateful for you job flipping burgers, but you were paid the equivalent of $14-$15 an hour to do so. We’ve had employers cut our work week to 39 hours to get out of paying for our healthcare.

I’ve worked in fast food and you want to know a secret? I have never had a problem with teenagers. If they get rowdy or messy they mean no harm. In fact, most of them will stop if you tell them. All they want is a fucking milkshake and a corner to themselves The customers that cause the most problems? They’re middle aged. I had a customer berate me, cuss at me, and call me stupid and ask if I failed math when I told him he hadn’t given me enough money to pay his check. When he finally accepted he was in the wrong, he told me I shouldn’t have made such a big deal out of it because it was “bad customer service” even though any shortage comes out of my paycheck. That sense of entitlement is something I rarely see in millenials.

We’re told in legitimate publications, in TIME MAGAZINE, just how little you think of our generation, how little you RESPECT us and yet you ask for our unquestioning devotion. Well guess what, IT DOESN’T WORK LIKE THAT. You’ve ruined our economy, our housing market, our job market, our environment, and our climate. You continually mock us, demonize us, and leave us to clean up your messes.

RESPECT IS EARNED, and you have done nothing to earn it. And it’s ironic that I have to have this discussion here because at this moment you are the difficult people I am having to deal with.

I was then told I was overly confrontational and would apparently benefit from being sweeter when being called an animal (I may have continued loudly talking over the “instructor” when she tried to cut me off). But the other sole millenial and I shared a loving glance across the room and absolutely lambasted this instructor in the evals and she’s never been invited back to teach that course, so it’s all okay.


I have never, ever understood why there is this fad of boomers shitting on millenials.

(Gen X just sits here in the middle looking confused and worried, I guess.)

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I wonder how long we’ll stay friends on Facebook.

I literally just deleted someone for sharing that picture! Was a coincidence

It’s just this fucking idea that if you’re less intelligent than someone else you deserve a lower standard of living than your ‘betters’.

I also just deleted someone for sharing that picture!

I’ve always been known for my good spelling. Ask my sister, with her English degree; she comes to me with spelling questions. And yet, I remember once in high school, I misspelled my own name on a sign and someone else caught it.

People make mistakes. What a concept.

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