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October 28 2017

17:24

qwp:

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ask-robbucard-and-sportawolf:

bundyspooks:

In 1997, popular children’s television show Teletubbies released a short sketch entitled The Lion and Bear. It is one of seven “magical events” featured on the pre-school show, but it received a huge backlash.

Thousands of parents complained about the sketch, which features lifeless cardboard cutouts of a lion and a bear chasing each other accompanied by sinister music, being too scary. People even wanted compensation for sleepless nights, as children were too afraid to go to sleep in case they were chased by the figures. The feature was eventually banned from TV in four different countries, while many other countries resorted to replacing the music with a much jollier theme. Interestingly, recordings of the original scene were reportedly taken down by Youtube, making an unedited version hard to find.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASnh7_zSimU&

17:21

earthcookies:

social media creates the illusion that artists are constantly producing incredible things every single day since we see so much art on our dashboards and timelines at once…but the reality is that these artists are all individuals with their own lives and struggles, maybe some of them have a hard time making even one decent drawing in a week.

anyway what im trying to say is, theres nothing wrong with struggling making things, its ok to take breaks if you need it…this has been discussed by others but i think its important to Not draw sometimes. art is extremely important to me and its important to me to continue improving what i do, but if im feeling unhappy while drawing i just stop and do something else…theres no need to destroy yourself for the sake of creativity. nothing good can come out of that

17:21

blackgiornogiovanna:

lesbian-han-solo:

milolikesthings:

real-live-dragon:

if that sewer clown makes himself an image of your worst fear before he eats you, i could kick his ass. what’s he gonna do turn into the physical manifestation of being abandoned by your closest friends? gonna turn into an ooky spooky visual representation of catastrophic failure and loss? jokes on you dumbass the only thing im afraid of is myself

This is an actual plot point in the book though as I recall, he doesn’t like hunting adults usually because hes a) a cowardly parasite and b) Children have very tangible fears that can be easily manifested physically while adults generally have quite abstract or conceptual fears about the future, or events, or feelings.

pennywise aint shit

Abstract fears have reached the youngins these days, pussywise gonna starve

PUSSYWISE

17:21

darkskinnedprivilege:

paraladi:

in light of recent events if nonblacks start to approach hamiltom in a ‘haha fandoms right?’ kind of way ill be despondent cause….yall really should have been against hamilton from the jump considering its a play that glorifies slave traders lmfao

That’s exactly what I’m afraid of too, and it seems like it’s already starting.

Most of these people are too chickenshit to call out the play’s awful intentions because they know it’s going to offend their friends/followers that adore it to pieces. So they assume the next best thing is to make fun of the fandom due to one bad incident.

Why educate yourself and criticize the original product, AKA something black folk have been doing over a year when you can just say “Haha the Hamilton fandom sucks” and think you can get your brownie points from that

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flowerr–child:

pterrordactyl:

shutyourmoustache:

lemonade-time:

renafromtheheart:

“This was an actual game played at circuses & carnivals, mostly in celebration of “INDEPENDENCE DAY”, all over America from the late 19th century well into the early 1940s. 3 balls cost them a dime to hit a grinning Black CHILD peeking through a platform painted to resemble an African jungle while the child’s head appeared through the open mouth of a crocodile. This is a part of our history that you will NEVER see in any textbook or any class. Get in tune my people, to be ignorant of the past is to be blinded going into the future…. “

😡

I don’t even have the words. Absolutely vile.

Into the 1940s. This isn’t hundreds of years ago. This is your grandparents and great grandparents.

“Slavery happened so long ago why can’t you just move on ..”
😐😐😐😐

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heyitsangryangel:

quichelotta:

I actually snorted.

If you say the word “clitoris” to me on the first date, I’m legitimately getting up and walking out.

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bntyhuntr:

naruhoe:

bntyhuntr:

redpetals:

https://instagram.com/p/BPOJllu-HuyiP/

i dont understand this. whyd they have to do that?? they want titty flavor wine??? its unnecessary

u sayin u wouldn’t drink the tit wine? lol loser

HOLD UP THATS NOT WHAT I TRYING TO SAY

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powtothenuts:

the-original-clock-spider:

GRANT WOOD
Corn Cob Chandelier for Iowa Corn Room, 1925-26

mansion owners make do

08:14
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justsomeantifas:

y’all think i’m handing this shit out? you know how much money edibles cost?

07:46

cardozzza:

thathighguy:

this-wandering-heart:

black–twitter:

😂🤔😂

Another installment of: Not My Business

This is direct action

07:18
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possumoftheday:

Today’s Possum of the Day has been brought to you by: A sneaky friend!

October 27 2017

17:10

racefaker:

rhievaluatinglifechoices:

racefaker:

Mermaids are literally the best thing ever and I wish they were real instead of imaginated by some old horny dehydrated men lost at sea

Mermaids are real what are you smoking

Then why hasn’t one carried me into the ocean and made out with me yet?

16:42
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akapost:

brothers!

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A-KA

16:14

transsexuallesbian:

distressedphilosopher:

Honestly “thanks I hate it” is one of the funniest phrases in the English language

i one time told my italian professor “grazie lo detesto” and she lost her shit, so it’s not just english

15:46

dlrk-gently:

suspendnodisbelief:

dokteur:

bonbonlanguage:

You know what I think is really cool about language (English in this case)? It’s the way you can express “I don’t know” without opening your mouth. All you have to do is hum a low note, a high note, then another lower note. The same goes for yes and no. Does anyone know what this is called?

These are called vocables, a form of non-lexical utterance - that is, wordlike sounds that aren’t strictly words, have flexible meaning depending on context, and reflect the speakers emotional reaction to the context rather than stating something specific. They also include uh-oh! (that’s not good!), uh-huh and mm-hmm (yes), uhn-uhn (no), huh? (what?), huh… (oh, I see…), hmmn… (I wonder… / maybe…), awww! (that’s cute!), aww… (darn it…), um? (excuse me; that doesn’t seem right?), ugh and guh (expressions of alarm, disgust, or sympathy toward somebody else’s displeasure or distress), etc.

Every natural human language has at least a few vocables in it, and filler words like “um” and “erm” are also part of this overall class of utterances. Technically “vocable” itself refers to a wider category of utterances, but these types of sounds are the ones most frequently being referred to, when the word is used.

Reblog if u just hummed all of these out loud as you read them

15:17
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gucci-flipflops:

its over

14:49
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