one of my favorite human quirks is when the power goes out and you’re w other ppl and inevitably someone says ‘did the power go out?’ like…you’re all sitting there in the dead dark, tv black, wifi gone, lights OUT but still they’re like ‘hm. well I have a theory but it needs to be submitted for peer-review’
Me, sitting in my dark room after everything short-circuited: Hm. I can’t be certain, but I don’t think this is how it was a moment ago
she’s that perfect combination of extremely judgemental and supportive
“god you fucking dumbass hope you feel better soon bud”
“Po from Kung Fu Panda is a himbo,” I say into the mic.
The crowd boos. I begin to walk off in shame, when a voice speaks and commands silence from the room.
“They’re right,” they say. I look for the owner of the voice. There in the 5rd row stands: Jack Black himself
we all know Jack Black is not limited by our simple universe
this post is such a rollercoaster
hey can I borrow a charger? yeah hold on one sec 😳😳
Girrrlll where can i get one?
I have one too and the only thing i want to say is this charging pad was amazing!
Holy fuck I need one.
I need it!!! 🥺
Saving THIS for later.
Awww this is SO COOL but don’t think made for Samsung galaxy s7
If you look on the website it’ll tell you which phones are compatible.
the concept and idea of “you can always start trying to be a better person” is extremely important to me both in media and irl and i continue to be deeply deeply disturbed by the trend on this site pushing that these ideas in media are bad writing or even morally reprehensible
because theyd rather someone stay terrible or just straight up die than become a better person
from a compassionate point of view it’s deeply distressing
and from a pragmatic point of view it’s outright frustrating
it’s fucked up.
What is the most important step a man can take?
“how long have you been on tumblr”
there was once, like, a whole weekend where users on this website legitimately thought that you could defy the laws of equivalency and make infinite chocolate by cutting your chocolate bar a certain way.
indigenous hunting is like, the ONE kind of hunting that shouldnt offend anyone and yet
listen, i fucking love whales. i do. i have advocated against cetacean captivity and whale hunting since i was like 13. i HATE whale hunting. but have you ever seen the prices for food in a grocery store in indigenous areas, if they even have one?
i can guarantee no vegan has ever paid $22 usd for a bag of grapes, and you cannot farm that far north. they can forage for some foods, but its not enough to sustain themselves and get a nutritionally complete diet. this isnt just cultural or religious practices (although cultural and religious practices are significant and shouldnt be stripped from them), its literal survival. indigenous people hunt in a very sustainable way (a single bowhead whale can feed an entire community for a year), they arent out here killing a bear just to hang it on their wall. they are trying to survive. subsistence hunting by native tribes is 100% morally correct, even if (like me) the thought of animals dying makes you sad. fight against the japanese whaling fleets who kill hundreds of whales under the guise of research and then sell the meat. fight against wealthy americans who kill animals just to stuff them and put them on their wall. fight against seaworld and their disgusting cetacean captivity practices. but dont come at native people who depend on subsistence hunting to survive. fucking colonizers.
Inuits in the Arctic can survive perfectly on a plant based diet 😤
…I think every single sanctimonious self-righteous bullshit vegan who spouts the “meat is murder!!” line needs to pay $100 USD to a far northern indigenous community member every time they say such things. Because after you look at those damned grapes that cost nearly $30, that $100 WILL BARELY PAY FOR ONE MEAL.
People who are old enough to remember ad free YouTube, FB, Twitter and Instagram believing that capitalism drives innovation are fucking hilarious.
Like, all of those platforms were still profitable…massively profitable before they had targeted ads on your feed and unskippable ads before videos. They didn’t need to bring them in. They weren’t going to go under, their CEOs weren’t living in the backseats of their cars, they were living in mansions already. They just wanted more money.
Greed was the only reason. Capitalism is the reason they made their platforms and the user experience worse. That’s it.