in an imaginary relationship with taylor swift and adam levine

i should proably be doing homework right now

koshchij:

You can never label yourself as “one of the good ones” you gotta be constantly calling yourself out and checking yourself and if you can call out others. We all have internalized shit we gotta combat every second. Just gotta deal with that. Re: racism, misogyny, transmisogny, transphobia, etc. We all have something to work on!

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meganthebadwolf:

meganthebadwolf:

so today in English my teacher pulled out a Harry Potter wand to turn off the projector

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i dont lie about Harry Potter

hardcorebrownie:

today i sneezed in class and two people said “bless you” i’m getting famous faster than u all think

got6:

tagging pics of female idols

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tagging pics of male idols

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erwinnsmith:

i respect all ships

no no, except that one, that’s gross and you need jesus.

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transtrendad:

i just learned that british photographer harry pointer made a lot of captioned photographs of cats in various situations in the late 19th century

look

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look at this

the lolcat is over a century old

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happyhourprofessional:

Boom goes the gay dynamite

happyhourprofessional:

Boom goes the gay dynamite

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mariska-chris-olivia-elliot:

  • ”Society continues to misplace shame and blame on survivors - both women and men. That has to end. By confronting the myths and excuses we rely on to avoid ending domestic violence and sexual assault”
  • ”Domestic violence and sexual assault are never the victim’s fault”

aidanphantom:

Dracula III: Legacy (2005)

Plot: Father Uffizi (Jason Scott Lee) and his partner Luke (Jason London) travel to Romania to rescue Elizabeth (Diane Neal) and finish Dracula’s reign once and for all.

I’m a little baffled here because the lack of locations, focus and general cheapness of the last one weren’t that apparent here, it was actually a fun vampire adventure film that boasts some memorable scenes (the vampire on stilts is far the best thing ever). There are some technical issues, mainly with lighting, and Rutger Hauer is not used nearly enough as Dracula’s new incarnation but it’s action packed enough to keep interest til the end.