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This is the most perfect text message barrage I’ve had the pleasure of receiving in my entire life.  I’m that person. I became what I wanted to be when I grew up.
Also, the answer here is probably anxiety.
I need to have a sex advice column. 

superior knowledge

This is the most perfect text message barrage I’ve had the pleasure of receiving in my entire life.  I’m that person. I became what I wanted to be when I grew up.

Also, the answer here is probably anxiety.

I need to have a sex advice column. 

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  • Question: WHY DOES THE WEREWOLF SUDDENLY HAVE A WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT DEGREE?! - Anonymous
  • Answer:

    Fundamentally, because

    1) I think it’s hilarious, and
    2) he’s always had one but not always mentioned it (just as Leander was always Latino but didn’t mention it for a while either), and
    3) wolves in general are very important to their ecosystems and do all kinds of good things for sustainability.

    But seriously, look at this picture and just TRY to tell me it’s not adorable/hilarious.

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This morning I made the mistake of sitting down on the couch for a second between making coffee and breakfast. By the time I could get up, everything was cold and everyone was running a little bit late.

This morning I made the mistake of sitting down on the couch for a second between making coffee and breakfast. By the time I could get up, everything was cold and everyone was running a little bit late.

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"Do you take pride in your hurt? Does it make you seem large and tragic? Well, think about it. Maybe you’re playing a part on a great stage with only yourself as audience."

- John Steinbeck, East of Eden (via paradoxicalsentiments)

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southernblott:

imagineyuorotp:

imagine your otp punching each other right in the face

and tasting the blood from each other’s split lips by sharing a really hot kiss afterwards.

all day, every day.

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saucefactory:

karadin:

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hazelandglasz:

tyleroakley:

buzzfeed:

George Takei responds to “traditional” marriage fans. 

George Takei is flawfree.

I live a George Takei adoration life

I lost it at the “Please tell me where this island of men is, thanks.”

ALWAYS REBLOG  because it’s okay to be Takei!

I WEEP TEARS OF JOY AND MY TEARS ARE TAKEI

IT’S ALWAYS OKAY TO BE TAKEI

i own that shirt, you guys. and you should, too! 

(via smams)

Source: buzzfeed

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"Women are told it is unfeminine and gross to have muscles and to cultivate strength, which in turn leads them to actively avoid doing things that will build muscles and strength, which then makes them even less capable of doing things that require strength, which the critics then use as proof of women’s inherent physical frailty. And so the cycle continues…"

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Women’s difficulty with pull-ups is about more than biology | Fit and Feminist  (via housewifeswag)

And the physical activities considered “feminine” are then seen as less challenging and requiring less strength than more supposedly “masculine” sports.  I’m thinking of ballet, competitive pole dance, gymnastics, and things like that compared to weightlifting, boxing, etc.

(via misandry-mermaid)

Ballet is so fucking harsh, man. Give me some powerlifts to do instead any day.

Even yoga is way strength based and can be very physically challenging, but it’s generally degraded as not really being exercise because it’s become a girly sport now.

What’s also weird is that the stereotypical “feminine” facets of very “masculine” sports are then also under discussed, outside of that particular sport…boxing is very cardio intensive, sure, but it’s also very much about timing and grace. And a lot of martial artists are also dancers, because these things are actually very similar.

Bruce Lee was a cha cha champion, y’all. And I’m sure Rhonda Rousey can kill it on the dancefloor.

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Source: fitandfeminist.wordpress.com

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"when I was a child
I was a squirrel a bluejay a fox
and spoke with them in their tongues
climbed their trees dug their dens
and knew the taste
of every grass and stone
the meaning of the sun
the message of the night"

- The Message of the Rain by Norman H. Russell (via wellconstructedsentences)
Source: wellconstructedsentences

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toluenesister:

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man, so.
everyone should give this person money.

toluenesister:

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man, so.

everyone should give this person money.

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