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My husband’s job primarily employs adult men but there is one (1) teenage girl and my husband said originally he worried she might be a bit of an outcast but instead every man on the crew was like “huh guess I am a dad/older brother now.”
She was in a car crash on the way to work one morning and called my husband to let him know she’d be late and he was like wtf guess I’m gonna be late too because I’m coming to pick you up and then he told his team and they were like I think you mean WE are coming.
Imagine you are a teenage girl probably rushing to get to work and you crash your probably new car and feel absolutely miserable and now you’ll be late to work but then suddenly in the distance a car full of all the adult men you work with just pulls up and is like “we came all the way here to pick you up” the mental image right now is fr.
Apparently she tried to call her dad but it was 3am and he was obviously sleeping so she called my husband and he not only came to find her but fished her glasses out of the hood of the car (she’d dropped them while looking inside), drove her to the hospital, and told her to take the day off. She insisted on coming back to work so he used his lunch break to watch TV with her to make sure she didn’t doze off (concussion risk).
You’ve heard of the Mom friend but my husband is very much the Dad friend. He said when he answered the phone she said “hey please don’t be mad” and he’s never felt such powerful Fatherhood energy in his life.
Political parody became impossible when the british prime minister fucked that pig. Like there’s never going to be a scandal that outmatches the time that world leader David Cameron put his dick in a dead pig as a joke. Recourse just flew out the fucking window for meaningful consequences happening for anything when a head of state was implicated in necrozoophilia and then continued to be a head of state for a year afterwards. And this was AFTER black mirror had a fictional pm fuck a pig, intended as satire. They didn’t know satire was dead, like the pig, that he fucked, as a prank.
I really love how Jack has (presumably) not even seen the Doctor yet and despite only knowing the Doctor as a man, has seamlessly transitioned to talking about her with “she” and “her.”
Even when speaking about his past “Being with the Doctor, you don’t get to choose when it stops. Whether you leave her…or she leaves you.”
He easily says “her” when he’s thinking of 9 and 10 leaving him.
Jack Harkness. King of pronoun respect 💙
Pretty fucked up that you, personally, reading this post don’t give equal attention to every tragedy that happens on the planet every day. I heard that you, personally sometimes only hear about things that news sources in your specific cultural sphere pick up on. That’s pretty fucked up of you, personally.
what do you mean your levels of compassion don’t exceed far beyond the parameters of what the human brain is capable of? have you considered trying harder? i am now going to misuse the word empathy and will refuse to see anything ironic about any of this.
if you don’t reblog this, I will engage in guilt-tripping you. I will imply that reblogging this is both the most important and bare minimum thing that you can do to address this recent issue you are just now hearing about. Additionally, I will claim that the media is ignoring this while linking to several news articles from mainstream outlets covering this very issue. I will end with another guilt-trip.
Edward: Recent evidence has shown that vampires may not be immune to COVID-19, so you better wear your MASK!
Every year the Domestic Bursar at Jordan College would send for Lyra — or have her tracked down and caught — and have a photogram taken. Lyra submitted indifferently, and scowled at the camera; it was just one of those things that happened. It didn’t occur to her to ask where the pictures went. As a matter of fact, they all went to Lord Asriel, but he would never have let her know.
Philip Pullman, Northern Lights — Lantern Slides
The desperation in Lees voice when he tried to make Marisa realise that even though she loves Lyra, it wasn’t enough.
She hurt her in the past and she was going to do it again because loving someone isn’t enough, there’s so much more that goes along with it. And Lee’s such a dad to Lyra he’s trying so hard to make Marisa understand that he’s protecting Lyra the best way he knows how even if it costs him his life because she’s worth it ten times over
AND MARISA UNDERSTANDS. SHE GETS IT
I loved the scene with Marisa and Lee. The parallels are *chef’s kiss*
Here you have two people who’ve been abused as children, experiencing so much physical and emotional pain in their young lives, who know no different, who both grow and learn to love a child.
One cares for her as though she were his own, who swore he would protect and care for her, and, though not perfect, he wouldn’t betray her for anything.
The other instead continues that cycle, choosing to traumatise her rather than protect. She hasn’t learned how, she knows no other way, and it’s costing her everything.
It’s an incredibly powerful and important message that isn’t voiced nearly enough. You can have all the love in the world, but it’s no guarantee of safety or a healthy relationship. And it’s certainly not an excuse.