My fiancé and I got matching plague doctor masks and I feel like the mask in all black sweats is just the epitome of 2020
some of u didnt have tumblr before the porn ban where u would literally just randomly be scrolling through your dash and happen upon a series of aggressive gay porn gifs because one of ur mutuals happened to be horny that night and it shows
Lesson for today… You can’t stay mad with squeaky shoes…
You know what, I often need to chill the fuck down, so the answer is yes, i’m gonna buy myself squeaky shoes
literally the cutest everytime i see it
aang: Oh wisdom of Avatars past, advise me on how to defeat Ozai
kiyoshi: sometimes you gotta murder a bitch, kid. don’t know what else to tell you
aang: can I talk to a different ancestor please? maybe one not so down with murder?
It’s an earthbender thing
[Aang looks to all the other Avatars]
[All of them but Kyoshi avoid his eyes]
Kyoshi - I don’t see what the problem is
Toph: I mean you guys have killed a bunch of people too
Aang: what no I haven’t I’ve never killed anyone!
Toph: twinkletoes you pick people up and drop them and blow them into walls. katara hits people with water hard enough to throw them to the ground and encases them in ice. Zuko’s straight-up throwing fire at people. Sokka hits people with a club.
Toph: when you hit people really hard they often die. I mean, I feel it every time. not counting the head trauma and frostbite that probably means they die later.
Toph: ….did you guys not know you were killing people?
Zuko: I mean I wasn’t going to bring it up but she’s right
Toph: I thought we were all doing it on purpose!
Zuko: it’s all in self-defense, it’s not like we’re going out of our way to kill people, but these things happen. Sometimes people have to die to protect everyone else. I thought you understood that already
Aang: *extremely loud airbender scream*
Aang: I have to defeat Ozai, but I don’t think I can murder anyone
Toph: I can do it.
Toph: I’ve killed like 20 people since we met
oh, sure. she doesn’t care though. she’s 12 and she’s thriving and she loves to murder
No but Toph was a professional earthbending wrestler with the power to feel the whole human body at once through vibrations with enough accuracy to tell lies. She knows exactly how much pressure the human body can take before important things start breaking or I’ll go buy a hat for the sole purpose of eating it.
oh honey they are fully dead
Can we consider how many people Toph caused internal bleeding and broken bones?
I’ve realized my Ideal Outfit is this:
button-ups, high-waisted jeans, and Docs. You literally can’t go wrong.
it’s perfect. you can dress it up or down. it’s flattering on any body type. it’s the perfect amount of androgynous, and it even has Femme and Masc variants:
Right now I’m wearing a botanical print blouse I thrifted off etsy and it’s from the 90s so it has shoulder pads sewn in. fuckin sweet is what it is
If you live in the US, reblog this with the biggest pro and the biggest con of living in your state. I’ll go first! The biggest pro of living in Montana is that you can brag about getting to eat huckleberries! Yum! The con is that you live in Montana.
Gym leader Fanny Rosie wants to battle
I haven’t played Pokémon games since Pokémon Gold on Game Boy Color. I am one of those “I only know the two first generations of Pokémon” people, sorry. I just love the 90s feel of older Pokémon games/episodes. But I liked the concept of Mimikyu, so I included them.💛
Norwegian prisons are nicer than my apartment.
holy shit dude
I was really shocked by this and dubious, so I decided to read further. There’s a great article about this here: https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-35813470
As it turns out, this is more like a halfway house. Prisoners usually begin their term in a prison more like one we’d typically recognize - bars on the windows, locked in their cells. But the emphasis there is on successful reintegration into society.
As their sentence progresses, with good behavior, they can move into a facility more like this, where their freedoms are still restricted, but they can do things like network with people outside of prison, search for employment, cook and clean and look after themselves, and begin making plans for their reintegration into society.
As a result, Norway has one of the lowest rates of recidisvism. 20% as opposed to America’s 76%.
It seems like a shocking idea to us because of where and how we live, but apparently, Norwegians are addressing the real problem. When you take people who can’t function well in society, and then…help them do that?…they….do. Without the crime-ing.
Turns out treating people like human beings makes them more likely to act like human beings….
But won’t that incentivize some people to go back there since they get treated so well and get a nice room versus the streets?
If you read the post above, it says Norway’s recidivism rate - that is, the rate of released criminals who go on to be arrested again - is 20% versus 76% in the United States, so for the most part, no.
Isn’t that white-lined black cross on a red field flag a Nazi flag? Are we going to talk about how wonderful it is a Nazi gets a nice halfway house?
STAY CLASSY TUMBLR
“For generalized anxiety disorder, an increased muscular tonus in comparison to non-anxious persons has been found“ good news we’re all yolked as hell
sadly this is not because we’re constantly clenching our muscles, they actually say its because we’re all trembling 24/7 which is objectively way funnier….
Everyone has their opinions on Avatar: The Legend of Korra but can we take a moment to take in how amazingly random the cast is??
Nickelodeon really went and called EVERYONE in their contacts and cast the first 20 people that responded back