thespacegoat:

bryceckrispies:

thespacegoat:

what is snoop dogg even doing with his life

uhm excuse u bitch, u mean snoop LIONimage

no he went back to snoop dogg after realizing he hated being rastafarian because his hat was itchy

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bordeauxisburning:

benpaddon:

ayethatgirlrithany:

sexysalomonandthecurtainchild:

This is exactly how physics does not work.

Why didn’t she just use the lipstick on the door? 



I think the lipstick was too weak on its own so Clover and Alex (I think just Clover, actually) had the idea to use their compowders to make the laser stronger.
It’s a cartoon about upper class teenage spies in bright-ass body suits, who gives a shit about physics?

bordeauxisburning:

benpaddon:

ayethatgirlrithany:

sexysalomonandthecurtainchild:

This is exactly how physics does not work.

Why didn’t she just use the lipstick on the door? 

I think the lipstick was too weak on its own so Clover and Alex (I think just Clover, actually) had the idea to use their compowders to make the laser stronger.

It’s a cartoon about upper class teenage spies in bright-ass body suits, who gives a shit about physics?

maccasass:

secretlifeofageekygirl:

So I was watching Supernatural and my dad walks in and all casual says ” Is this the show that your second cousin is in” and I’m just kinda like “ha ha dad very funny” but then he says “No seriously, his name is… Marvin? Mica? I don’t know, something weird like that.” and he just walks away

That’s the story of how I found out that I’m related to Misha Collins and died

#so real talk about much porn do you think she’s read about her cousin

A message from Anonymous
What is your opinion on the violence occurring in Burma involving Buddhists and Muslims?
A reply from khinaye

The violence is part of a country wide genocide of the Rohingya muslims, an ethnic group that has been mercilessly persecuted for years along with other groups in Burma. It is an issue of Bamar nationalism and supremacy more than it is a religious one, but that isn’t to say that Islamaphobia is not rampant in Burma as it is in many other parts of the world. The Buddhist “monks” that are leading the killings, such as Wirathu are obviously not real monks that adhere to Buddhist discipline and are simply racist murderers, because first and foremost the killing of another being goes directly against the dharma. Unfortunately, westerners and western based and influenced news sources (i.e. fuckwad TIME magazine among others) do not understand this and are quick to stamp bullshit terms such as “Buddhist fundamentalism” (which in itself is an oxymoron) onto a complex issue that involves so many things including the fact that Burma has been in political turmoil for decades. The military junta has orchestrated mass violence against its citizens countless times before, such as during the Saffron Revolution of 2007 and the revolution of 1988 and while hatred of the Burmese regime and Bamar people from muslims this context is completely valid, I quite frankly am annoyed with ignorant westerners, specifically white Americans, taking this issue and parading it with their own white savior causes, perpetuating false ideas about Buddhism and its teachings and ignoring the historical and nationalistic context of the issue and my country; they need to stay in their fucking lane. 

But in my opinion any Burmese person who tries to sympathize with pieces of shit like Wirathu or even worse defend the military regime and claim pride in their faith as a cover are fucking racist and islamaphobic scum. The grisly acts committed against the Rohingya is inexcusable on matter what.

For more information I advise you take a look at the blog of the themindislimitless; she makes many informative posts on the issue and updates on it frequently. She is also a Burmese Muslim so her opinion on it would probably be more enlightening than mine. The Irrawaddy magazine is also a good source of information. (http://www.irrawaddy.org)

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.