I'm a feather with a cat icon.

co0lpopcorn:

memelovingfuck:

yesterday in the car my mom said “theres always the one gay twin out of a pair” and my twin brother and I shot a glance at one another because we’re both the gay twin

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allhailcloudyglow:

readerfanatic:

gaaraofsuburbia:

damn:

ohyouphancy:

brophanfan:

THANK YOU. I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR ABOUT 5 YEARS

What am I going to do now?

You can die happily

#the blood oath is fulfilled #i am free

i’m crying

I have needed this

allhailcloudyglow:

readerfanatic:

gaaraofsuburbia:

damn:

ohyouphancy:

brophanfan:

THANK YOU. I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR ABOUT 5 YEARS

What am I going to do now?

You can die happily

#the blood oath is fulfilled #i am free

i’m crying

I have needed this

unrussledjimmys:

i-have-been-johnlocked:

avalonroselin:

abunchofassholes:

thisiswhiteculture:

sheishurr:

welp


and if any of you white people respond with “wait but I didn’t do that. that was in the past”
i need you to check your privilege
and then drink bleach if you think your hands aren’t dirty

They’re not.
Guilt doesn’t transfer from generation to generation. I am not magically accountable for something my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather MIGHT have done. Also;
>social justice blogger>telling people to kill themselves

I love that there’s a blog called “this is white culture” that is solely devoted to bad things white people did, not their cultures at all.  So I guess I can make a blog called “this is black culture” and post gang and crime records and that’s 100% okay.  Or “this is Muslim culture” and make it all about terrorism.
But wait, you cry.  Not all black people are criminals and not all Muslims are terrorists.  That’s unfair!  And racist!
WELL GOLLY GEE DO YOU THINK SO?  Because saying that all white people are responsible for the Atlantic slave trade sounds pretty racist to me, given that, you know, that was between the African slaveholders and the British and Americans and had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with my ancestors, who were incredibly poor farmers and serfs from Ireland and Lithuania who had to flee to America at around the turn of the century (by which time slavery had already been abolished in the US) because they were being treated like slaves.  Even if they had been living in America at the time when slavery was legal they wouldn’t have been able to afford a slave; in fact they probably would have been working with them in the fields and treated about the same, since the first slaves in America were actually white serfs.  But please, tell me more about how dirty my hands are because of circumstances surrounding my birth that I could not control and continue to treat me differently based on the color of my skin without actually knowing anything about my heritage, I’m sure that isn’t racist at all!

*slow clap*

Thank you

unrussledjimmys:

i-have-been-johnlocked:

avalonroselin:

abunchofassholes:

thisiswhiteculture:

sheishurr:

welp

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and if any of you white people respond with “wait but I didn’t do that. that was in the past”

i need you to check your privilege

and then drink bleach if you think your hands aren’t dirty

They’re not.

Guilt doesn’t transfer from generation to generation. I am not magically accountable for something my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather MIGHT have done. Also;

>social justice blogger
>telling people to kill themselves

I love that there’s a blog called “this is white culture” that is solely devoted to bad things white people did, not their cultures at all.  So I guess I can make a blog called “this is black culture” and post gang and crime records and that’s 100% okay.  Or “this is Muslim culture” and make it all about terrorism.

But wait, you cry.  Not all black people are criminals and not all Muslims are terrorists.  That’s unfair!  And racist!

WELL GOLLY GEE DO YOU THINK SO?  Because saying that all white people are responsible for the Atlantic slave trade sounds pretty racist to me, given that, you know, that was between the African slaveholders and the British and Americans and had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with my ancestors, who were incredibly poor farmers and serfs from Ireland and Lithuania who had to flee to America at around the turn of the century (by which time slavery had already been abolished in the US) because they were being treated like slaves.  Even if they had been living in America at the time when slavery was legal they wouldn’t have been able to afford a slave; in fact they probably would have been working with them in the fields and treated about the same, since the first slaves in America were actually white serfs.  But please, tell me more about how dirty my hands are because of circumstances surrounding my birth that I could not control and continue to treat me differently based on the color of my skin without actually knowing anything about my heritage, I’m sure that isn’t racist at all!

*slow clap*

Thank you

A moment of silence for those who lost their lives in the Boston Marathon on 4/15/13

joeljaboi:

sirenknights:

only-ronnie:

i will never not reblog this

*sniffle*

Those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind

karethdreams:

shorm:

if something is satyr-like, is it satyrical

As long as it is in good faun.

dancing-to-your-heartbeat:

Showing up at your best friends house uninvited.

dancing-to-your-heartbeat:

Showing up at your best friends house uninvited.

qunerdi:

the movie actually managed to make me laugh pretty hard with this omg

celeritaschronicles:

paperfl-owers:

mytimelordheartbeatsfordwarves:

my linguistics textbook just pointed out that unlockable could either mean “able to be unlocked” or “not able to be locked.”

Fuck.

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hellahans-tightpants:

Is that Hans?

hellahans-tightpants:

Is that Hans?