daftlypunk:

i hit my coworkers shoulder lightly and he was like “you’re going to make me cry like a girl” and i was like “what’s wrong with being a girl?” and he was quiet for a moment then he looked into the distance and whispered “the social standards they’re forced to live by”

(via chradi)

Tonight I have two people I care about very much that have been in really low places and I haven’t heard from either of them. So if you see me posting things under the anxious shrine tag and are concerned, that is whats going on. I’m worried about both of them. 

rattlecat:

*snaps fingers* Okay so like all day I’ve had this nagging in my head because I had thought of something way in the AM involving those dudes that ‘check’ people’s dedication to game franchises and shit and then that comic came up with the girl in the Majora’s Mask dress so now I remember.

But I was thinking about that cuz I’m like, yo dudes are all ‘making sure’ someone is a fan or not—-solely on the concept they play the games. And I’m like, you know, technically in that conversation, the dude is stating that he doesn’t know jackshit about the franchise outside of what is revealed in gameplay. 

Now, mind you, playing the game invites you to learn many things. But I can sure as fuck tell you the Megaman wikis knows far more about Megaman and his buddies than the game itself does once you start taking art books, comics, media into account. And that can go for games like Skyrim too.

So really, when you take that into account, the dudes who ask whether or not you ‘actually’ played the game are in retrospect stating to you, “Yeah I’ve only played the game and I also have no fucking clue how to use Google or a Wiki.”

Aside from that I just find it really amusing when dudes ask if you actually played the game, because in my mind it kind of translates to “Please tell me this chick has played the game because I really don’t know how to get past this fucking level and I need tips/tricks/cheats.” I mean, why else would you actually need to quiz/ask someone on a franchise unless you need the fucking answers?

torithoo:


goingloco:


torilainen:


madmud2730:


thatsmetal55:


inushiek:


goingloco:


Hello I am a productive person.


I’m going to Hell
Knockout’s like “Hey….Breaky….~”

And Breakdown’s all “…….okaaaaay”



#which culminates in that ‘surprize buttsex’ gif of them
OH DO YOU MEAN THIS ONE

These gifs are the only logical course of events that could happen.


I’m laughing so hard I’m crying


Okay forgot about the first post, this is much better
Rolling on the floor dying


TFP fandom I love you.


Omfg this thing is back

torithoo:

goingloco:

torilainen:

madmud2730:

thatsmetal55:

inushiek:

goingloco:

Hello I am a productive person.

I’m going to Hell

Knockout’s like “Hey….Breaky….~”

image

And Breakdown’s all “…….okaaaaay”

image

#which culminates in that ‘surprize buttsex’ gif of them

OH DO YOU MEAN THIS ONE

image

These gifs are the only logical course of events that could happen.

I’m laughing so hard I’m crying

Okay forgot about the first post, this is much better

Rolling on the floor dying

TFP fandom I love you.

Omfg this thing is back

(via rattlecat)

I’ve never been female. But I have been black my whole life. And so, let me perhaps offer some insight from that perspective, because there are many similar social issues related to access, to equal opportunity that we find in the black community and the community of women in a male dominated — white male dominated — society. And I’ll be brief because I wanna get to more questions. When I look at, throughout my life, I’ve known that I wanted to do astrophysics since I was 9 years old, my first visit to the Hayden Planetarium. I was a little younger than Victor at the time, although he did it before I did. So I got to see how the world around me reacted to my expression of these ambitions. And all I can say is, the fact that I wanted to be a scientist, an astrophysicist, was hands down the path of most resistance through the forces of society. Anytime I expressed this interest teachers would say “Don’t you want to be an athlete?” I wanted to become something that was outside the paradigms of expectation of the people in power. And so fortunately my depth of interest in the universe was so deep and so fuel-enriched that every one of these curveballs thrown at me and fences built in front of me and hills that I had to climb, I just reached for more fuel and I kept going. Now here I am, one, I think, one of the most visible scientists in the land, and I want to look behind me say, well, where are the others who might have been this and they’re not there? And I wonder. what is the blood on the tracks that I happened to survive that others did not? Simply because of the forces of society that prevent it at every turn. At every turn. To the point that I have security guards following me as I go through department stores presuming that I am a thief…I walked out of a store one time and the alarm went off, so they came running to me. I walked through the gate at the same time a white male walked through the gate. And that guy just walked off with the stolen goods, knowing that they would stop me, and not him. That’s an interesting sort of exploitation, what a scam that was…I think people should do that more often! [laughs] So my life experience tells me that when you don’t find blacks in the sciences, when you don’t find women in the sciences, I know that these forces are real, and I had to survive them to get where I am today. So before we start talking about genetic differences, you’ve got to come up with a system where there’s equal opportunity. Then we can have that conversation.

Neil deGrasse Tyson (via yayfeminism)

You can watch him deliver this lovely response here.

The question he was answering btw was, “What’s up with chicks in science?” Disgusting.

(via morecoffee)

(via notallrobotmasters)

I will allow space for all the feelings my heart holds. I will not cower or hide from myself. It’s okay to feel the ugly messy things. It’s okay to feel the burning brilliance of beauty. It’s okay to feel the soft winds of happiness and the quiet bursts of loneliness. Its okay to feel it all. It’s okay to be myself, all of myself, not just the good.

(Source: positivedoodles, via positivedoodles)