frobman:

RIP Harold Ramis.

(via babyghia)

I really want to know…

shdwdmn666:

Is there anyone out there that is 30 or over? Sometimes I feel like the oldest person here.  If you are 30+ please reblog this.

Please, I’m three years from 50

(via saathi1013)

babyghia:

I kept my cool when Arthur Darvill just randomly walked by us.

You lucky girl. I’d be tempted to pinch something….but then I’d get dragged away in handcuffs and you’d have to bail me out.

tzikeh:

tzikeh:

Reblogging because it’s still true

And yet again… the truth remains.

It’s what my daughter is looking forward to despite the fact that she has a boyfriend. Priorities….

tzikeh:

tzikeh:

Reblogging because it’s still true

And yet again… the truth remains.

It’s what my daughter is looking forward to despite the fact that she has a boyfriend. Priorities….

frostblte:

turnthatberryout:

Did he just make a feminist period joke?

He might also be talking about childbirth.

Either way works. 

(via pati79)

Bold what’s true.

daedric-lolita:

  • You have braces.
  • You have had teeth pulled.
  • You have dyed your hair.
  • You have food allergies.
  • You are diabetic.
  • You are currently wearing bracelets of some kind.
  • You have your ears pierced.
  • You are eating food.
  • You wish you had more followers.
  • You are married.
  • You have pets.
  • You have a crush.
  • You have more than one poster on your wall.
  • You can play an instrument.
  • You are sitting on a bed.
  • You enjoy anime.
  • You have played Minecraft.
  • You are a writer.
  • You have artistic talent.
  • You have something you should be doing.
  • You have a TV in your room.
  • You know your star sign.
  • You listen to music in a different language.
  • You are transgender. 
  • You are heterosexual.
  • You are homosexual.
  • You are bisexual.
  • You are pansexual.
  • You are asexual.
  • You are demisexual.
  • You are polysexual.
  • You dislike chocolate.
  • You think you are intelligent.
  • You have a muse.
  • You have an ongoing idea in your head for a game, movie, ect.
  • You have been to college.
  • You are currently sick.
  • You have mental disorders. 
  • You have to go to the bathroom.
  • You have a song stuck in your head.
  • You are part of a fan group that is small or unpopular.
  • You have the “snipping tool” in your taskbar if you’re running windows 7.
  • You have had crushes on fictional characters. 
  • You have several piercings.
  • You are wearing glasses.
  • You own more than three cosplays.
  • It is nighttime for you.
  • You enjoy singing.
  • You have a rare blood type.
  • Your icon is not human.
  • You are thirsty.
  • You are tired.
  • You are sad.
  • You have shot a gun.
  • You have broken a bone.
  • You have been hospitalized.
  • You are in the dark.
  • You are in a relationship.
  • You have had sex.
  • You have children.
  • You like to paint.
  • You have been on an airplane. 
  • Your eyes are two different colors.
  • You have several best friends.
  • You can swim.
  • You like to dance.
  • You have been to more than one country.
  • You are unique. 

(via gaytectivesinactive)

In the recent report, Race, Gender and the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Expanding Our Discussion to Include Black Girls, I discuss how Black girls are disproportionately affected by punitive, zero-tolerance policies that push marginalized children out of school and toward an increased likelihood of dropout, unemployment, and incarceration. In this report, I also discuss how the “pipeline” framework, which was largely developed from the conditions and experiences of males, may limit our ability to see the ways in which Black girls are affected by instruments of surveillance (i.e., zero-tolerance policies, law enforcement in schools, metal detectors, etc.). I argue that by only emphasizing the conditions of the boys, we have effectively rendered the girls invisible in the public examination of “school-to-prison” pathways; we have prevented ourselves from properly understanding or articulating the tricky trajectory toward prison for Black girls. Searching for Black Girls in the School-to-Prison Pipeline | National Council on Crime & Delinquency (via soafrolicious)

(via npr)

bakerstreetbabes:

sirarthurconandoilies:

x

You perfect creature.

Can we talk about the footwear?

bakerstreetbabes:

sirarthurconandoilies:

x

You perfect creature.

Can we talk about the footwear?