How rape trials should go?

  • Lawyer: Did he rape her?
  • Witness: Yes, but she was drunk and passed out.
  • Lawyer: That's not what I asked. Did he rape her?
  • Witness: Yes, but she was wearin-
  • Lawyer: I didn't ask what she was wearing. Did he rape her?
  • Witness: Yes, but-
  • Lawyer: I didn't ask anything else. It's just a simple yes or no answer. Did he rape her?
  • Witness: Yes.
  • Laywer: Yes, he raped her.
  • Rape is rape is rape, no matter the context.

ihumpedyourcatthen:

I react to my favorite celebrities names faster than I do my own

A message from Anonymous
Can you explain what cis means?
A reply from coolben94

when the doctor slaps ur butt after ur born n they go, “it’s a ___!” ur just like “truuuu” 4 ur whole life

theabsintheraven:

jackviolet:

ruthlesswoodcarver:

seems-totally-legit:

theprincessofjohndave:


Coraline (2009)

now take a moment to remember that this is all stop-motion animation

now take another moment to remember this was a movie/animation for kids.

Based on a book written for kids.

Not sure what the big deal about that is? It’s only Americans who seem to think kids can’t handle anything slightly unpleasant, and must have everything sanitized for them. Neil Gaiman is British, he knows that kids are not only very capable of dealing with darkness, but live in a world much darker than adults seem to think or remember kids do.
Children’s stories from everywhere else around the world deal with death, and violence, and morbid, scary things, quite frankly.

I agree

theabsintheraven:

jackviolet:

ruthlesswoodcarver:

seems-totally-legit:

theprincessofjohndave:

Coraline (2009)

now take a moment to remember that this is all stop-motion animation

now take another moment to remember this was a movie/animation for kids.

Based on a book written for kids.

Not sure what the big deal about that is? It’s only Americans who seem to think kids can’t handle anything slightly unpleasant, and must have everything sanitized for them. Neil Gaiman is British, he knows that kids are not only very capable of dealing with darkness, but live in a world much darker than adults seem to think or remember kids do.

Children’s stories from everywhere else around the world deal with death, and violence, and morbid, scary things, quite frankly.

I agree

thehttydblog:

jackthevulture:

Imagine Hagrid going to Berk.

Imagine it.

Bearded men the same size as him.

Dragons of every shape and size.

IMAGINE HAGRID ON BERK.

Yer a Viking Hagrid.

automaton-extraordinaire:

sciencevevo:

jethroq:

danadelions:

ja ja ja ja ja
a spanish person laughing or a german person during sex???

you decide

Finnish person struggling to remember what they were about to say next

An English speaker who can remember the first name of their favourite star wars character just fine, but is struggling to remember their last name. 

A Swedish person excitedly agreeing to something

prongsvssquid:

tbh dress codes are fine as long as they are about looking professional and appropriate for a learning/working environment and not about ‘don’t distract the boys’ and slut-shaming, and as long as it’s enforced equally for all genders

it is the sexist attitude about it that needs to be changed, not the fact that there *is* such a thing as dress codes

dead-pendragon:

heterophilia:

Thinking youre attractive but having a lot of insecurities is like having a crush on yourself but not knowing if you like yourself back.

SOMEONE SAID IT

pushtosmart:

AAA Gaming Priorities via The Verge and Siliconera

pumpkinpegasus:

“abortion is a permanent decision”

so is…having baby…..

Cal Chapman, eternal cool guy

girlyteenagenerd:

gleek4snix:

dicksp8jr:

agibaxe:

leonardnimoysdimples:

When an American hears the degrees in Celsius

image

When everyone else hears the degrees in Fahrenheit

image

 

oh my god

The accuracy of this post astounds me.

I laughed at this for over 15 minutes