April 23, 2014
TBBT Spoilers Below

Keep calm and trust the writers.
Even if they don’t have a plan, they know, generally, the trend of the show in terms of character development. This explosion can only add more depth to the characters, I believe. Things may be different after this finale, but then again, this episode is about the destruction of the status quo. It’s supposed to be a juggernaut of an episode, and keep you on the edge until September. It’s not what you all wanted, no. But this is not the end of the world, and it is most certainly not the end of Sheldon and Amy. This will only get better from here, as this is obviously the lowest of lows for the couple. Look at it that way, and I think this finale will go down much smother in all of your minds.

April 22, 2014
h3athledger:

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h3athledger:

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April 21, 2014

youngliterati:

米津玄師
"The Great Pain of Dripping-Wet Good Weather"
YANKEE

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April 21, 2014
Being an Introvert is like this:

hashtagquantumlock:

You walk around in a badass trenchcoat, red lipstick, sunglasses, and listen to angsty Streetlight trumpet solos, and imagine yourself walking away from an explosion, one that you ignited. But really you kind of are just looking at your feet, and are a shining example of poor posture, mumbling, and aversion to eye contact

KATHERINE OF ARAGON PRODUCES NOTHING BUT GOOD TEXT POSTS ALWAYS

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April 21, 2014

ecomatos:

Beautiful Budapest

This city is unbelievable. So much history, and so much to see and do. I definitely suffered a culture shock with the language barrier and the extreme exchange rate but I quickly overcame that because everything is extremely cheap in Budapest. 

I took a walking tour of both Buda and Pest (which are two sections of Budapest separated by the Danube River.) I got a fish pedicure, which tickled unlike anything I’ve ever felt before. I went to the baths and relaxed in water of all different temperatures. No one wanted to go in the ice bath with me though… It was numbing. I ate traditional Hungarian food, including goulashI went solo on a booze cruise on the Danube and made some new friends from across the world. I went to Szimpla, a ruins bar, voted the 3rd best bar in the world. It was pretty dang cool inside. My friends and I actually ran into three kids from Hamilton there! We also ran into Caroline, another friend from Hamilton, on the streets of Budapest. Small world, it is. The beer in Budapest, we’ve concluded, is stronger than anywhere else in the world. We didn’t have much to drink, but we seriously felt it in the morning….

But the highlight of Budapest was caving. Kelly, Lilly and I put on our jumpsuits, helmets, and headlamps and dived, squeezed, climbed, and crawled through one of the longest caves under Budapest. Our guide was a one-of-a-kind kinda dude. He would race ahead through an opening and then BAM, pop out somewhere else and scare us. At one point, he had us all sit down, shut off our headlamps, and listen to 100% silence in 100% darkness. It was truly amazing. Being small finally proved good for something! Just kidding, I enjoy my size. By far, caving was one of the coolest things I have ever experienced

April 20, 2014
s-apppy:

mohandasgandhi:

dank-potion:

23andchildfree:

Happy women’s day, yo

What’s misandry, again?

Women perform 66% of the world’s work, but receive only 11% of the world’s income, and own only 1% of the world’s land.
Women make up 66% of the world’s illiterate adults.
Women head 83% of single-parent families. The number of families nurtured by women alone doubled from 1970 to 1995 (from 5.6 million to 12.2 million).
Women account for 55% of all college students, but even when women have equal years of education it does not translate into economic opportunities or political power.
There are six million more women than men in the world.
Two-thirds of the world’s children who receive less than four years of education are girls. Girls represent nearly 60% of the children not in school.
Parents in countries such as China and India sometimes use sex determination tests to find out if their fetus is a girl. Of 8,000 fetuses aborted at a Bombay clinic, 7,999 were female.
Wars today affect civilians most, since they are civil wars, guerrilla actions and ethnic disputes over territory or government. 3 out of 4 fatalities of war are women and children.
Rape is consciously used as a tool of genocide and weapon of war. Tens of thousands of women and girls have been subjected to rape and other sexual violence since the crisis erupted in Darfur in 2003. There is no evidence of anyone being convicted in Darfur for these atrocities.
About 75% of the refugees and internally displaced in the world are women who have lost their families and their homes.
Gender-based violence kills one in three women across the world and is the biggest cause of injury and death to women worldwide, causing more deaths and disability among women aged 15 to 44 than cancer, malaria, traffic accident, and war.
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and people still wonder why we need feminism

s-apppy:

mohandasgandhi:

dank-potion:

23andchildfree:

Happy women’s day, yo

What’s misandry, again?

  • Women perform 66% of the world’s work, but receive only 11% of the world’s income, and own only 1% of the world’s land.
  • Women make up 66% of the world’s illiterate adults.
  • Women head 83% of single-parent families. The number of families nurtured by women alone doubled from 1970 to 1995 (from 5.6 million to 12.2 million).
  • Women account for 55% of all college students, but even when women have equal years of education it does not translate into economic opportunities or political power.
  • There are six million more women than men in the world.
  • Two-thirds of the world’s children who receive less than four years of education are girls. Girls represent nearly 60% of the children not in school.
  • Parents in countries such as China and India sometimes use sex determination tests to find out if their fetus is a girl. Of 8,000 fetuses aborted at a Bombay clinic, 7,999 were female.
  • Wars today affect civilians most, since they are civil wars, guerrilla actions and ethnic disputes over territory or government. 3 out of 4 fatalities of war are women and children.
  • Rape is consciously used as a tool of genocide and weapon of war. Tens of thousands of women and girls have been subjected to rape and other sexual violence since the crisis erupted in Darfur in 2003. There is no evidence of anyone being convicted in Darfur for these atrocities.
  • About 75% of the refugees and internally displaced in the world are women who have lost their families and their homes.
  • Gender-based violence kills one in three women across the world and is the biggest cause of injury and death to women worldwide, causing more deaths and disability among women aged 15 to 44 than cancer, malaria, traffic accident, and war.

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and people still wonder why we need feminism

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April 20, 2014

kellerprocess:

dirae3:

imjakestimpson:

burnshit—fuckschool:

a-cumberbatch-of-cookies:

sadiehd:

unlockaflockofwords:

Always reblog The Princess Bride

mawwiage

MOST QUOTABLE MOVIE EVER

this film though ffs

"Have fun storming the castle, boys!"

"You think it’ll work?"

"It’d take a miracle."

"Byeee!~"

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April 20, 2014

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April 20, 2014

thedirtythirties:

Groucho Marx in ‘Duck Soup’, 1933

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April 20, 2014

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