1. bartletadministration:

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  2. castleforeverx:

    YES.YES.YES. People need to realise this 

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  4. veronicamars:


    day twenty-five » favourite Mac moments » (310, 221, 118, 317, 309, 120, 217, 319)


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  5. kuunakullanvalkeana:


    "Can I watch?" jokes are one of the main reasons I find it difficult to form bonds or friendships with heterosexual men. Far too many otherwise decent guys think it’s okay to throw around "You’re cool, because lesbians are hot" or "Wow, your girlfriend? Can I watch? lol" as just general playful banter in an attempt to get a lesbian to like them on a friend level, or to "compliment" her, because HEY, even if men have zero bearing on our romantic lives we still must crave the reminder that they find us sexually desirable.

    I can’t be around any person who looks at me and sees my identity as something on a drop-down menu of a porn website. Get yourself to hell, get over lesbians, there is literally nothing here for you.

    And it’s not just “can I watch”, it can be any variation thereof, e.g. “so you’re sure you just haven’t found the right man yet” or “call me if you ever change your mind!” They genuinely consider it general playful banter, they genuinely think they’re being friendly and funny, and that’s terrifying because it reveals that the first thing that comes to mind when they think about lesbians is sex object. The thought of whether this woman who just said that she’s not interested in men might sleep with one anyway just consumes their minds so much that they have to bring it up regardless of whether they’re personally interested in sleeping with her. The first and only thing they care about is whether she’d sleep with a man, any man, me. That’s their concern.

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  7. lywinis:


    you attack captain america you attack me 


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  9. cypresstextiles:



    Once I was walking home with some law school friends and they were like ”Why are you walking up that street your street is like three more streets up”

    "Yeah but there’s a house on this street and sometimes their golden retriever naps in the sun on the sidewalk and I like to give him belly rubs"

    Now all the law students walk up belly rub lane because law school is stressful and dogs rock

    I bet that is the happiest dog

    belly rub lane

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