thesurroundingbeauty:

themodestpotato:

lets play: find the one with the modeling career


I LAUGH EVERY TIME

thesurroundingbeauty:

themodestpotato:

lets play: find the one with the modeling career

I LAUGH EVERY TIME

tats-maslany:

I got that comic con, comic con sadness

http://overlyobsessedfangirlprobs.tumblr.com/post/92689423152/for-real-though-men-get-900-more-attractive-when

overlyobsessedfangirlprobs:

For real though, men get 900% more attractive when they’re wearing a leather jacket

like

RDJ looking fucking hot

Jensen Ackles holy shit

jared padalecki, just wow

Bumblebee Cucumber or whatever his name is looks pretty smokin too

Kit Harington, you may know nothing Jon Snow but…

shaveyourheadandwearadress:

Taken by Hans-Peter van Velthoven

wrrench:

Do you ever just see a picture of someone and

Lady Gamora

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stevenlefcourt:

Guardian Galaxies series (more to come).  Follow me on facebook

my meals in the summer

  • breakfast: 3pm
  • dinner: 11pm
  • more food: 1am
  • midnight snack: 4am

"Working-class people care more about their friends, families and communities – they’re just ­fundamentally nicer… Feminists have long since pointed out that those on the bottom of any unequal social arrangement tend to think about, and therefore care about, those on top more than those on top think about, or care about, them. Women everywhere tend to think and know more about men’s lives than men do about women, just as black people know more about white people’s, employees about employers’, and the poor about the rich.
And humans being the empathetic creatures that they are, knowledge leads to compassion. The rich and powerful, meanwhile, can remain oblivious and uncaring, because they can afford to. Numerous psychological studies have recently confirmed this. Those born to working-class families invariably score far better at tests of gauging others’ feelings than scions of the rich, or professional classes. In a way it’s hardly surprising. After all, this is what being “powerful” is largely about: not having to pay a lot of attention to what those around one are thinking and feeling. The powerful employ others to do that for them.
And who do they employ? Mainly children of the working classes.”
— Caring too much. That’s the curse of the working classes | The Guardian | (Photo Credit: Matt Kenyon)

"Working-class people care more about their friends, families and communities – they’re just ­fundamentally nicer… Feminists have long since pointed out that those on the bottom of any unequal social arrangement tend to think about, and therefore care about, those on top more than those on top think about, or care about, them. Women everywhere tend to think and know more about men’s lives than men do about women, just as black people know more about white people’s, employees about employers’, and the poor about the rich.

And humans being the empathetic creatures that they are, knowledge leads to compassion. The rich and powerful, meanwhile, can remain oblivious and uncaring, because they can afford to. Numerous psychological studies have recently confirmed this. Those born to working-class families invariably score far better at tests of gauging others’ feelings than scions of the rich, or professional classes. In a way it’s hardly surprising. After all, this is what being “powerful” is largely about: not having to pay a lot of attention to what those around one are thinking and feeling. The powerful employ others to do that for them.

And who do they employ? Mainly children of the working classes.”

— Caring too much. That’s the curse of the working classes | The Guardian | (Photo Credit: Matt Kenyon)

sweetmadameblue:

theouijagirl:

kerplunkers:

hypo-thermic:

yogaboi:

toocooltobehipster:

To donate £5 to the charity supporting the male victims of domestic abuse, text the message: MKDV46 to 70070
Click here to watch the video

At first I though this was a joke

Don’t ignore this Tumblr

Yet they still do even when it’s right in their face.

This reminds me of how a friend of mine was abused by the mother of his child. She was mentally unstable and used to berate him constantly and would smack him in the head all the time. It really pissed me off. Then one night she threw hot coffee in his face and tried to stab him with a screwdriver. The cops hauled him off to jail because she made up a sob story that painted herself as the victim. 

Once he left her, he stayed with me and it was a nightmare. She stalked him and me. She would drive by my house obsessively at all hours of the day and night (her muffler made a weird sound so I know it was her). She started showing up at my job, showing up at the places I frequented around town, and filling up my voicemail with dead air. The cops were no help.

One day she got bold enough to talk her way into my home by conning my elderly grandmother, whom I was taking care of, while I was out. She went in my room and went through my stuff (creepy), then found him napping on the couch and attacked him. My grandmother witnessed the whole thing. He grabbed her by the arms, forced her out the front door, and locked it. The cops were called again. They said they’d go and ‘talk’ to her.

The next day we were watching a movie and there was a knock at the door. The police had come to arrest him. She filed a complaint against him and shown off some bruises on her arms from the altercation that she swore were completely unprovoked. My grandmother saw the whole thing since she was in the living room too and testified on his behalf. He still ended up serving jail time.
No one takes male domestic violence victims seriously. They only see males as perpetrators.

    

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lucimoosey:

gallifreyfeels:

allabitofablur:

NO WAY.

y’all shouldn’t be shocked anymore

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queenofthest0nedage:

epicallyfunny:

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Need all of these in my life