"Hey remember that time you…"

Yes. I remember every embarrassing thing I have ever done and chances are it keeps me up at night

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I hate when a person says they’ve had a bad day and everyone, instead of trying to cheer them up, enters a competition of who’s had the shittest life

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blink-182 lyrics + snapchat

this is my favourite of all of these
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Messy art studios are my favourite

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Client: I threw out that black pen, it was out of ink.

Me: What black pen?

Client: The one that was lying on your tablet.

Me: You threw out my $150 Wacom pen?

Client: I tried writing with it and it didn’t work. It must’ve been out of ink.

…I would MURDER

You should have heard the inhuman sound that came from my throat when I read this O_O

I…I think I have blood in my eyes now…

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kitten wiggles ears while eating

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Katara: So, me and Aang are getting married

Toph: oh


i don't usually like to do things like this

but do you think i could be maid of-



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Hey remember all those Pakistani children saying they were afraid to go to school because they feared being attacked by US drone strikes? no? you only know about Malala Yousafzai? because she was attacked by the Taliban instead of your taxes? oh, okay. 

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Until people learn to accept that there is no difference between these two people, trans and nonbinary people will continue to deal with violence, abuse, and fear as a part of their everyday lives.

(Photography by Phillip Nuveen)

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This is perfect.


This is also.. really perfect because in one case they’re like “No, we have no obligation to these kids, we know they’ll be killed if they go back but that’s not our problem. They don’t belong here. We don’t care what happens to them”. But then they’ll turn around and insist that a pregnant person has to sacrifice their personal well-being and BODY to carry a pregnancy to term despite the fact that it’s unwanted. They think nations should have more autonomy and rights than human beings and that’s terrifying.

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Art Director, Digital Artist
The Digital and Manipulation skills of Advertising Artist Ferdi Rizkiyanto


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So I had this teacher in my two last years of high school and she was great and especially quotable. Here are two gems: “Whatever you’ll be doing there will be people you can’t stand” and “Don’t cry about men or maths it’s never worth it”. Words to live by.

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Anonyme asked;
why is john green a problem? I ask this all the time and all I get is sarcastic answers, I really want to know because I'm a teen girl and I'm a fan of his, thank you
teaandfeminism replied;

John Green has said and done a lot of things that would classify him as someone to be wary of. (YFIP has a page on him. I believe he’s apologized for some of them, but I’m not sure, I don’t keep up with John Green news.) In more general terms, I’ve read a few of his books and I found that they were overhyped (although this was when I was already around 18 so maybe I was older than the target demographic? I’m not sure).

His female characters are marketed as being well-written but I found them to be pretty flat and underdeveloped (especially Alaska, I was very, very disappointed by Alaska). The way he was being painted as super progressive, I expected something much more profound and relatable.

John Green himself come across as exactly the self-important guy he claims not to be. The most recent things that come to mind are his “when was the last time the girl kissed the boy” tirade, which was annoying, and some tweet or something about how it “took guts” to release a movie with a female lead (as if it wasn’t clear beforehand that it would be a huge hit at the box office), which was even more annoying. Also let’s not forget his series of tweets about how you don’t haaaaave to read misogynistic gender dynamics into the Twilight series, and how basically seeing misogyny in media and literature is a choice? And how we should choose not to do that to uncritically to enjoy the things we read and watch?

It’s not that I hate John Green with a fiery passion or anything, I’m just largely indifferent towards him and I feel like there are plenty of other figures that would be better options for teenage girls to look up to. You’re allowed to enjoy his books, you absolutely are. In my opinion John Green hasn’t raised the bar at all, I don’t think he’s even reached it, but there are still far worse things teens could be reading. My younger self would have probably been very much on board with the John Green fandom (but I’m glad I read his books critically when I did!).

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