Ha! I do this too, then I mercilessly berate the person if it’s too far away..

Ha! I do this too, then I mercilessly berate the person if it’s too far away..

(Source: best-of-memes)

dumbyana:

WHAT A CUTE OLD MAN AW LOOK AT HIS FACE


Aw! Making an annoying job fun. Ish.

dumbyana:

WHAT A CUTE OLD MAN AW LOOK AT HIS FACE

Aw! Making an annoying job fun. Ish.

(via siriuslymeg)

castingcallwoe:

Think Joe Pesci trapped in the body of a small woman with aspirations of being a rap-star minus the talent.

Hahaha, I want to see this..

I don’t trust people that don’t own a pizza cutter.

I don’t trust people that don’t own a pizza cutter.

im-just-a-lucky-boy:

kunaigirl:

claclalala:

This is for all you ladies out there.

the struggle is real

I have a trans man story about this.
Since I’m pre-t I still have my period but since I’m socially out as trans I use men’s bathrooms. One time at the college the family bathroom was taken and so I went into the men’s room to do my business. I tried opening the little pad as quietly as I could manage, but the rustling and ripping sound still happened. I froze in silence because I didn’t know if the other guy in the men’s room heard it or not.
Then after a little bit of silence I hear…
"Who has a bag of chips?"
And in a panic I just whisper back to him “I’m not sharing.”
Then I hear a huff before he finished his business and left.


This is the best story ever. I hate pads and tampon packets. Unless you take your handbag everywhere, it’s pretty obvious what you’re doing anyway, but even worse is the *glass shattering *sound they make when you unwrap them. I don’t give a shut about the ‘fashion’ design on the wrapper, I just want silence!

im-just-a-lucky-boy:

kunaigirl:

claclalala:

This is for all you ladies out there.

the struggle is real

I have a trans man story about this.

Since I’m pre-t I still have my period but since I’m socially out as trans I use men’s bathrooms. One time at the college the family bathroom was taken and so I went into the men’s room to do my business. I tried opening the little pad as quietly as I could manage, but the rustling and ripping sound still happened. I froze in silence because I didn’t know if the other guy in the men’s room heard it or not.

Then after a little bit of silence I hear…

"Who has a bag of chips?"

And in a panic I just whisper back to him “I’m not sharing.”

Then I hear a huff before he finished his business and left.

This is the best story ever. I hate pads and tampon packets. Unless you take your handbag everywhere, it’s pretty obvious what you’re doing anyway, but even worse is the *glass shattering *sound they make when you unwrap them. I don’t give a shut about the ‘fashion’ design on the wrapper, I just want silence!

(via siriuslymeg)

onlinewifey:

spaghettihos:

REBLOG IF I SHOULD GET THESE TATTOOED ON MY NIPPLES

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1 million notes and i’ll do it

let’s ruin this persons life and reblog

This is a good thing

(via thefuuuucomics)

orphansblack asked: as a feminist, i've never understood why #yesallwomen bothers me so much, but someone finally put it into words - it's fear mongering. i'm a woman and i've never felt threatened or berated by a man because of my gender, but the radfems are (cont)

stoppity:

(cont) telling me that i should feel that way. i’ve never felt uncomfortable around men until the radfems came along and told me that i should be, and i hate it. i wish i could go back to the way i was before i joined tumblr.

As a fellow woman, I couldn’t agree with you more. It’s this ridiculous amount of fear-based hate that has little to no basis in reality. These social-media based ideological ‘platform campaigns’ (in that they use a social media tool to reach millions of people at once), such as #YesAllWomen, serve no function other than to create hysteria in the female community, over things that generally blown way out of proportion. 

So in short, yes. You’re right. It’s simple fear-mongering, and it’s creating a generation of girls who have been placed in the role of the victim, by default, by those who claim to be empowering them.

Dunno. I disagree, but only because I have accidentally seen the effects of female subjugation and bigotry. I don’t get subjected to it myself, but I do hear about it. Not all of us are lucky (lucky, haha) to be treated like a human being, I do have conversations with friends (men and women) where it’s fairly clear that in their workplace, it’s a man’s world. What they talk about shocks me, I thought this shit was 50 years old school, but no. So, although I’m not a gun toting feminist, I do support a movement where women, en masse can feel like a human being, as they should. It’s not about feminism, it’s about humanity.

gokuma:

mad-lynn:

fuzzytek:

The backlog of rape kits has put justice on hold for a lot of people. Back in 2009, more than 11,000 untested kits were found in a Detroit Police Department storage facility. Some were more than 25 years old.

Mariska Hargitay speaks on some of the issues surrounding the rape kit backlog in Detroit, Michigan. #endthebacklog (x)

It costs between $1,000 – $1,500 to test every single rape kit. There are over 10,000 kits left in Detroit’s rape kit backlog. Your donation can go directly to testing them. Donate to the Detroit Crime Commission’s backlog initiative by clicking here.

I am pretty explicitly anti-police in every respect. But I support Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy and her push to catalogue the egregious backlog of unprocessed rape kits in Detroit. 

Her work has already identified countless serial rapists in southeast Michigan, and will continue to identify these rapist pieces of shit as she moves forward.

Who cares if this process leads to conviction or not. Just give us the list. We can take care of the rest.

"After Detroit tested the first 10% of its backlogged kits, authorities were able to link cases to 46 serial rapists." (x)

Just think about it: 46 serial rapists. And the evidence against them was out there, all the time, in those backlogged kits. And that’s just 10% of them

This is insane, I wonder about the backlog in Australia. I hope it’s not as comparatively large.

(Source: danasscullly, via laugh-addict)

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