2. orgyporgy:

    Like when women hate men it’s frustrating at worst, maybe it hurts someone’s feelings, but when men hate women they are shamed, abused, patronized, demeaned, objectified, raped, and murdered, ya feel me, so even if I WAS a raging misandrist like worst case scenario I’d be a bummer at parties, meanwhile a girl somewhere literally can’t leave her house because it’s dark outside.

    (via laughterkey)


  3. lazybookreviews:

    “Where were you, Ron?” Harry asked. “We’ve got to finish cleaning up before the rest of the Order get back.”

    “I’m not Dumbledore,” Ron said quickly. “I’m Ron. And we’re two different people, living in time normally, from back to front, as is our wizard custom.”

    “I know,” said Harry. “I know that.”

    Ron pulled the purple robes back over his head. “Just out of curiosity, what year is it and also what name do you typically use when referring to me?”

  4. historic-upstart:

    I just watched this 20 times in a row.

    (Source: vinesnow)


  5. justkeepcalmandskateon:


    [first date voice] so tell me about your weather hobbies. fuck i mean, tell me the weather. no that’s not what i meant i was trying to say what are your hobbies. wonderful weather we’re hobbing. having. fuck

    this is so me that it’s painful😂

    (via yourconfusingprince)

  6. eugeneinarendelle:









    When I grow up I want to be Ming-Na Wen.

    She’s the voice of Mulan, as if she wasn’t amazing enough.

    She broke it with her fingers. Not a fist, her fingers.

    Girl is 50 years old.


    fun fact: When you break things with your hands like that you have t break your fingers on purpose before so that they heal stronger. So basically this woman is so badass she broke her hands just to do this. 

    You asshat, you’re making it sound like she snaps her fingers in half. 

    Martial artists like Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee (and yes, fucking Ming-Na Wen, that beautiful badass) will build up their bone strength by repeatedly (and fairly gently) striking sand, gravel, wood and steel - this creates tons of microfractures in their bones (smaller than even a hairline fracture) so the bones will heal over again and make the bones stronger and denser with increased deposits of calcium. 

    This has to be done over long-ass periods of time, so the bones have time to heal, and none of the fractures expand into actual breaks. 

    Oh, and she’s doing precise-ass kicks in HIGH HEELS. 

    she kicks ass like a coursing river

    with all the force of a great typhoon

    all the strength of a raging fire

    (via yourconfusingprince)

  7. haddockofberk:



    I’m clearly not the first to realize this but Cap is totally the Sam the Eagle of the Avengers.

    (via laughterkey)

  8. twinstarcrossing:

    So my Grandpa really likes Animal Crossing and constantly asks how I’m doing with my town and if he can watch me play. Well today i showed him how to make a new character so he can live in my town and I started upgrading his house and let him pick out all the furniture he liked, and he started his house.
    This is it so far <3 
    I’m sorry but my grandpa is adorable~

    um this looks suspiciously like my Animal Crossing house

    grandpa status = unlocked

    (via laughterkey)

  9. jerriann:

    In the past few years we’ve seen more shows and movies featuring female fuckups, from Young Adult to Girls to Bachelorette. But usually, these women are embarrassed by their failure to get it together, and their insecurities spill over to poison their friendships and romantic relationships alike. By contrast, the women of Broad City exhibit very real imperfections without the self-loathing. This strikes me as a huge step forward. Abbi and Ilana don’t just reject the exacting standards most women feel they have to live up to, they still feel great about themselves. And their self-esteem is probably directly attributable to their unflinching support of each other and the pleasure they take in each other’s company. (via The genius of Broad City: at last, a comedy that speaks to my world | Television & radio | theguardian.com)

    (via laughterkey)