let’s play a randomized nuzlocke.
no no. no no no no.
WHERE ARE THESE GIFS FROM ITS ALWAYS THE SAME FUCKING GUY
the thing about living in australia is there’s always some weird animal making some fucked up noise outside your window
We’ve got that in England too but we call them chavs
I have been waiting for this gif my whole life and I never even knew it.
ladies laaaaadies, theres plenty of me to go around *detaches arm* thats for you Brenda
truth or dare more like preform a strange sexual act or tell me who you like
People like to reference “woman laughing alone with salad.”
But last week at a restaurant I got treated to an hour-long view of “woman at table laughing alone with take-out container of whipped cream.”
when my OTP is becoming canon
when my OTP is having an eyefuck moment
when my OTP is kissing
when my OTP is breathing the same air
i don’t even understand how star trek happened to me. be careful, kids. star trek is out there and it can happen to you too
Well, my mom has been a Trekkie since she was like, ten, so…
There were some white people who did put their lives on the line in the civil rights protests (e.g. Viola Liuzzo, who was killed by the KKK). There were also Asians, such as Mary Harrison Lee, one of the original Freedom Riders in 1961.
That being said, I think when people teach the Civil Rights era and stress the contributions of white people it’s a terrible way to teach it, and just reinforcing anti-black racism. The movement should be centered on the black people who started it and suffered the backlash whether or not they chose to protest.
The contributions of white and non-black individuals should be mentioned for context, but not “pounded in” and centered. White people weren’t in immediate physical danger unless they chose to be, and non-black POC were in less danger than black people (although I don’t want to speak for every single group in every location during that time).
Also, Black Widow accomplished all of it without being a billionaire.
And without being a moody-ass shit.
NEVER trust an adult who won’t apologize to a child
Wow. I’d never seen it put that way, but. Wow. That is a really good piece of advice.