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gothicpup:

The fact that asexuals feel obligated and pressured to have unwanted sex makes me so upset

Protect and support asexuals at all costs


ryenross:

me: hey i’m kinda good at this writing thing
*reads other people’s writing*
me: i am a literary potato


emkaymlp:

drenching-explosive-climax:

namelessshameless:

rememberthstars:

Thanksgiving is coming!

Wait, hold on, wasn’t this originally the comic about people stealing art and claiming it as their own. 
Did you just copy someone’s artwork and claim it as your own to complain about theft. 
Did you just do that. 

The level of metafuckery right here is incredible

emkaymlp:

drenching-explosive-climax:

namelessshameless:

rememberthstars:

Thanksgiving is coming!

Wait, hold on, wasn’t this originally the comic about people stealing art and claiming it as their own. 

Did you just copy someone’s artwork and claim it as your own to complain about theft. 

Did you just do that. 

The level of metafuckery right here is incredible

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[theatre challenge] | 1/5 friendships jessica cervi, stephanie mckeon & sarah o’connor


phantomofthemotherfuckingopera:

theatres with chandeliers confuse me like

have you not learned


[theatre challenge] | 2/9 performers fra fee


not-burnie:

In case you needed proof that Peta is literal scum. 

Not to mention that in a 2010 inspection conducted by a VDACS veterinarian, it was discovered that 84 percent of the animals Peta took in were killed within 24 hours. [source]


wait what they’re making a paper towns movie???

that’s easily one of his worst books why


cancerously:

jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids
it’s finally over

Okay but this is legitimately a HUGE thing for people that have been in fandom for more than 10 years or so. People usually talk primarily about Livejournal being a huge fandom hub, but most Livejournal users were teenagers or above, because of the age cap for registering (which is 13). Even though fanfiction.net also existed at this time, it’s registration cap was 18- and even though it had ~100k users come 2002 when Quizilla opened, the age cap was restrictive and good enough to scare away pre-teens and people usually at the beginning of their fandom experience.
Enter Quizilla. Quizilla was used incredibly frequently as a platform for choose-your-own-adventure stores, self-indulgent “would would you marry from x series?” stories and became a huge hub for younger fans and series directed towards children. Lots of early-2000’s cartoons had their big hubs on Quizilla, and a lot of anime that was just starting to be played on network television (shows primarily from Cartoon Network’s Toonami block) was growing in a younger fanbase. Not to mention the fact that because the site had no age limit and was a small community, there was still hidden r-rated fanfiction hidden between quizzes. It was the product of the beginning of a lot of young kid’s sexual exploration, as well.
I had my first real fandom experience on Quizilla- I was on the site incredibly early and was only 9 years old at the time. It’s really nostalgic for me, personally, because it was the first time I participated in an anime community. Was it really dumb? Hell yes, I was 9. I jumped ship from the site about 4 years later when it was sold to Nickelodeon and most fandom moved away from the site.
Quizilla was really important, guys. It’s easily the same tier as young fandom growth as Neopets was. This is a really sad day that it’s finally fading off into the depths of the internet.

cancerously:

jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids

it’s finally over

Okay but this is legitimately a HUGE thing for people that have been in fandom for more than 10 years or so. People usually talk primarily about Livejournal being a huge fandom hub, but most Livejournal users were teenagers or above, because of the age cap for registering (which is 13). Even though fanfiction.net also existed at this time, it’s registration cap was 18- and even though it had ~100k users come 2002 when Quizilla opened, the age cap was restrictive and good enough to scare away pre-teens and people usually at the beginning of their fandom experience.

Enter Quizilla. Quizilla was used incredibly frequently as a platform for choose-your-own-adventure stores, self-indulgent “would would you marry from x series?” stories and became a huge hub for younger fans and series directed towards children. Lots of early-2000’s cartoons had their big hubs on Quizilla, and a lot of anime that was just starting to be played on network television (shows primarily from Cartoon Network’s Toonami block) was growing in a younger fanbase. Not to mention the fact that because the site had no age limit and was a small community, there was still hidden r-rated fanfiction hidden between quizzes. It was the product of the beginning of a lot of young kid’s sexual exploration, as well.

I had my first real fandom experience on Quizilla- I was on the site incredibly early and was only 9 years old at the time. It’s really nostalgic for me, personally, because it was the first time I participated in an anime community. Was it really dumb? Hell yes, I was 9. I jumped ship from the site about 4 years later when it was sold to Nickelodeon and most fandom moved away from the site.

Quizilla was really important, guys. It’s easily the same tier as young fandom growth as Neopets was. This is a really sad day that it’s finally fading off into the depths of the internet.


badlydressedbahorel:

life in colour: a happy mix for a boy who is literally sunshine
wasted tiësto ft. matthew koma // hey brother avicii // life in colour onerepublic // i love it icona pop ft. charli xcx // 10,000 nights of thunder alphabeat // 22 taylor swift // forever young cash cash // we are golden mika // guilty pleasure cobra starship // born this way lady gaga
{ listen }

badlydressedbahorel:

life in colour: a happy mix for a boy who is literally sunshine

wasted tiësto ft. matthew koma // hey brother avicii // life in colour onerepublic // i love it icona pop ft. charli xcx // 10,000 nights of thunder alphabeat // 22 taylor swift // forever young cash cash // we are golden mika // guilty pleasure cobra starship // born this way lady gaga

{ listen }


I’m standing near the bridge where all the clubs and socs do promo and hilariously none of the newbies have learnt to dodge the flyer people.

Ahahahahaha they’re drowning in paper and getting quite distressed. This pleases my grumpy second year self.


I AM SURROUNDED BY FIRST YEARS

THEIR HOPE AND JOY TERRIFIES ME


sebastiangel:

mngwa:

bucksterbarnes:

imagine Bucky goes to have a blood test one time and the nurse can’t find a vein

and they’re like ‘are you sure it’s this arm you usually have blood taken from?? maybe i should try the other one’

and he just looks at them like 
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 (x)

‘sure if you can find it in a ravine in Europe somewhere’


nonlinear-nonsubjective: