I find that it is so easy to compliment someone on there appearance and that complimenting someone on anything else give me mass amounts of anxiety. The only exception being when I can directly pay a compliment for an action they just did (like acting in a play, cooking dinner, etc)
I started a new blog, because I never follow through on anything. So here is my newest attempt to start something that I can drop like yesterdays trending topic in about a weeks time. If I don’t do that, and I really hope I wont with this one, you can find my attempts to start some sociological change over here.
LOOK AT THIS POOR OPPRESSED WOMAN AND WHAT HER COUNTRY IS MAKING HER DO.
Even in her eyes it says “help me”.
This is why we have to stop these misogynistic societies.
I’m sorry but no. I acknowledg that this is terrible, but don’t you think we should fix our own countries mishaps before we deal in other countries affairs? We have corrupt businesses, crime, poverty, homelessness, and believe it or not starvation.
Does anyone even know the threat that walmart has to this country?!
I hope you’re being ironic ouo
everything about this is horrible tbh
Isn’t that Benedict Cumberbatch?
That’s Benedict Cumberbatch.
Guys that’s obviously Benedict Cumberbatch.
Social justice bloggers, freeing one oppressed, white, male actor at a time.
DARREN-JESUS MCHOBO WHITE
BLADE DANIEL GANNON
STEER CLEAR OF THESE GUYS!
Get them all fired, broken up withn and evicted. Ideally strangled to death but that’s illegal. Dox away my friends
This annoys me so much. Why is it when we find people on the internet saying horrible thing, we feel it’s our right (or even duty) to start making random threats to them. I’m not against calling someone out on the things they say. But as soon as I see comments as the one above I cringe and start being ashamed for my side of the argument.
I remember a story about a young Asian boy who wrote his name on the wall of a Pyramid in Egypt. When the picture got on he internet, people tracked him down digitally and started bullying him. He was a kid when he did it and not much older when “the internet” found out.
We need to stop seeing ourselfs as the angels of justice and revenge who need to destroy everything that “the internet” deems unworthy and evil.
I’m still waiting for the episode where Sherlock deduces a girl must be ambidexter because she didn’t mess up her nailpolish on either hand
Since people often ask “Alright, well this is fantasy! Why can’t we have boob shapes in plate armor?!” I decided to make a post about it. My frustration has nothing to do with historical inaccuracy and I’m all for imagination and freedom— but I’d like to (very quickly) illustrate this for you:
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, I drew this slightly ridiculous tribute to the Bayeaux Tapestry - I had originally intended this to be one 12-foot long image, but then I realized that if I were to ever turn this into a print that it would be impossible to frame (and difficult to view in one piece online), hence the more conventional 24x36-inch print available here.
Pastor Dave, spreading the holiday cheer.
"Religion can be cool! In fact, Jesus was a lot like another famous rebel! Fonzie! But when Fonzie says: Ayyy… Jesus says: Aaaaa-men!"
Some love, for the grooviest, bees kneesiest, swellest, radest, sweetest 70’s pastor. Pastor Dave!