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ruebird:

if you dont like ww link we can’t be friends tbh

ruebird:

if you dont like ww link we can’t be friends tbh

thiefofstars:

pttthhhhppt

thiefofstars:

pttthhhhppt

180mph:

Girl: Come over

Me: Im an AP student, and I take many AP classes

Girl: My parents arent home

Me: AP stands for advanced placement. These are college level courses that you can take in high school. Typically they are more demanding than regular classes and thus you are often given a higher workload. However, the benefits are far reaching. Consider taking some AP courses during high school for a chance to earn college credit

Mind explaining why "not all x do y" is considered a joke? And more broadly, why it's not considered an effective response, even in tandem with legitimate responses? I understand how it's not effective on its own. I think of blanket statements as ignorant, so whenever I see one used, I write off whatever it's about as an extreme opinion. I force myself to read it if the subject matter's important. To me, people who use them lose just as much credibility as I imagine I would if I said "not all x"
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furukimono:

"not all men are misogynists" "not all straight people are homophobic" "not all cis people are transphobic"
these statements are ineffective and do nothing but silence marginalized groups and their struggles. it puts the blame on them for the actions of their oppressors

when you tell a girl “not all men” after she says she’s too afraid to be around men for she might be raped, that doesn’t mean the next man she meets isn’t going to rape her. her thinking all men are rapists is what keeps her safe, not because she’s a “misandrist” not because she hates men, but because she does not want to be raped

when you tell a trans girl “not all cis people,” there’s still a chance the next cis person she meets is going to purposefully misgender her, call her slurs or kill her. her avoiding cis people entirely is what makes her feel safe and accepted

like i talk about my hatred for straight people a lot, and i don’t want to be told “not all straight people” because i know that. everyone knows that, but that doesn’t take away the fact the majority of straight people in my life have and will do homophobic things and dehumanize and oppress me. “not all straight people” doesn’t take away the fact my parents hate gay people. it doesn’t take away the fact i can’t adopt children, give blood, buy a house, or even show affection to someone i love in public

"not all ________" just does not cut it. it’s selfish, it’s ineffective, it’s a waste of time

isodelphox:

あまこpermission to upload this image was given by the artist

isodelphox:

あまこ
permission to upload this image was given by the artist

keiggy:

Look at his fucking legs He doesn’t even fucking fit in the fucking kart I’m gonna D I E

keiggy:

Look at his fucking legs
He doesn’t even fucking fit in the fucking kart I’m gonna D I E

hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

So I’m moving into a new apartment, and I was told that the room had been damaged, but nothing could have prepared me for the fact that someone had carved Li Shang’s head out of the bathroom door and written “We must defeat the Huns!” on it.

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2dicon:

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thats-slightly-raven:

why do nipples just get randomly erect what do u kno that i dont titty

omocat:

feel so moon

omocat:

feel so moon

This is the cutest and most corny app for long-distance couples

digitalcrayon:

Okay, so there’s this app called “Couple” in the app store. ((I think it may have been called “Pair” as well, but I’ve got the AT&T version.)) Let me tell you about this cute little motherfucking app.

Okay, so you have this icon
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Not all that impressive, but still cute nonetheless.

Then you open it up, get yourself and your adorable-as-fuck significant other registered with an email and password. You get “paired” and have this little facebook chat sort of thing that only the two of you are able to see.

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Oh, hey, and what’s this little thing?

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Yeah. There’s this button you can press to gently tell your S.O. that they’re on your mind without having to say much more. How fucking cute is that?

Alright, so you’ve got a wall you two can share. Now there are other little features too such as a place you can draw on the same screen damn near to real-time.

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And then you can take that shitty little drawing you created together and post it up on that wall so neither of you will forget how crappy phone screens are to draw with, but damn if that isn’t cute.

Lastly, you have the thumb kiss. Now this feature is unique because no matter where you are in the world, you can use this app and know that you’re both doing the same stupid thing and giggling like an idiot all the while. With a thumb kiss, you press your finger to the screen and your S.O.’s will show up once they do the same.

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Then once they get close and/or touching, the screen changes a little

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And after a second of touching, the screen turns red and vibrates to signify your “kiss.”

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And if that’s not the cutest shit that a dumb little app on your probably-a-piece-of-crap-phone can offer, then you need to get out of my face and go try this app because it’s totally free and will have you smiling for a week.

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