thestray:

thestray:frenchheauxx:



#me doe



I have to sit next to this gorgeous lady person at work all day and suppress the urge to propose marriage 12 times a day. My life is a constant struggle.
Guess what you guys, I finally popped the question, say hello to Mrs TheStray! In fact I asked her twice and she said yes both times so we’re getting double married!

thestray:

thestray:

frenchheauxx:

#me doe

I have to sit next to this gorgeous lady person at work all day and suppress the urge to propose marriage 12 times a day. My life is a constant struggle.

Guess what you guys, I finally popped the question, say hello to Mrs TheStray! In fact I asked her twice and she said yes both times so we’re getting double married!

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Anonymous said: The thing about that woman suing the sperm bank is, if you know your town is so bigoted that it isn't a good place to raise a mixed race child, how can you think it's a good place to raise ANY child?

yoisthisracist:

Snaaaaaap

I was just reading about this, and at the beginning I kinda felt for the lady, having chosen a specific donor for specific reasons and her and her partner wanting to control the parentage of their child and having that fucked up, that is more than reasonable to be upset about, but goddam, reading her go on and on about what a burden it is to now have a black child made me feel more sympathetic for that kid more than anyone. The way she talks about her you’d think she gave birth to a fucking gremlin or something. I don’t know.

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gaymommy:

dude it’s so weird how when you’re a kid, socks were like the worst thing you could get on christmas but now it’s like hell yeah please give me some socks i own like two and a half pairs my feet are so cold

Really? I guess I haven’t gotten to that point in my life yet.

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one day i aspire to shop price high to low

hahaha, every time I see that option on a website I think “whoever chooses that has to be baller as fuck.”

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wtfbadromancecovers:

FINALLY.

This had me at “Amish Vampires” then I scrolled down and saw “In Space” and just started cracking up.

wtfbadromancecovers:

FINALLY.

This had me at “Amish Vampires” then I scrolled down and saw “In Space” and just started cracking up.

fozmeadows:

sandandglass:

Jason Jones talks to Gina Loudon, conservative analyst. 

oh my fucking god

you guys

THIS ISN’T SKETCH COMEDY

THIS IS AN ACTUAL FUCKING CONSERVATIVE BEING INTERVIEWED 

WHO SMILES AND SAYS “YES, THANKS” WHEN TOLD SHE’S BEING CONDESCENDING

AND WHO ACTUALLY BOASTS ABOUT REPUBLICANS NOT BEING ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE THINGS THEY EXPLAIN

THIS IS THE MOST PERFECT GIFSET ENCAPSULATION OF POE’S LAW I HAVE EVER SEEN

I AM OFFICIALLY 1000% DONE WITH AMERICAN POLITICS

She’s terrible for sure, but one clarification, you misinterpreted the phrase “we can explain it, but we can’t understand it for you”, she’s not saying they don’t understand it, she’s saying they can only explain it but if people don’t understand their explanation that’s on them, it’s just a roundabout way of saying it’s not their fault if people don’t get their bullshit, which is why Jason says it’s condescending.

Just thought I would point that out so people are criticizing her accurately.

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grumpyginger:

tbh geek culture as a whole makes me feel pretty nauseated because there’s a huge difference between saying “don’t apologize for being passionate about something!” and saying “you’re better than other people because they like football and partying and you like a tv show! they’re assholes!” and i don’t really think they’ve really figured that difference out yet

What’s up with people being against random shit they’ve made up? Who are all these geeks saying people who like football and partying are assholes?

helloradness:

if white people hate kanye west for being “self-obsessed” and “arrogant” why dont they hate robert downey jr too

What? Now people are just making up weird shit.

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spx:

We are bringing families together.
bigplanetcomics:

Kate Beaton: ”Yesterday at SPX Jeff Smith and I figured out that we are relatives and it was the most AMAZING THING :O”
Incredible things happen at SPX.


Damn, that IS a really small town if there’s only one Smith family there.

spx:

We are bringing families together.

bigplanetcomics:

Kate Beaton: Yesterday at SPX Jeff Smith and I figured out that we are relatives and it was the most AMAZING THING :O”

Incredible things happen at SPX.

Damn, that IS a really small town if there’s only one Smith family there.

gradientlair:

Ebony Magazine created four epic covers to discuss the aftermath of the murder of Trayvon Martin, salute the struggle and have a conversation among its readers about this. I haven’t received my September 2013 issue yet, so I can’t comment on the actual article itself.

I think the covers are powerful. And as a Black woman, I do want the conversation on Black girls and Black women to be had as well, to be ongoing and also be intersectional. Black women always do. I always reject the lie that our lives are “easier” than Black men’s lives. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t want these covers to also exist. They are important.

Apparently, Ebony Magazine has been receiving some hatred from Whites about the covers. They call the covers “racist.” This is the world that we live in—one where critical thinking on race and racism is adamantly refused. Blatantly.

I tweeted about this earlier today, and the gist of what I tweeted was:

Many White people still think that “acknowledging the experiences of Black people” = ‘racism’.” They have no clue what racism actually is, hence hate for Ebony Magazine. The real anger by some Whites is over the fact that the Ebony covers humanize Black men and Black humanity is contradictory to White supremacy. It forces them to feel guilty. Their external anger is internal guilt. They’re mad that even for a second they question White supremacy. Loving families concerned about Black boys’ safety. How do these Ebony Magazine covers insult or create oppression for Whites? They DON’T.

"You make me feel bad about racism and White privilege. And that’s ‘racist’ you hear!" - some ridiculous Whites

Oh look, stuff to read:

Again, I really like these covers. But I also wish they didn’t have to exist. They exist because of the reality of injustice.

Felt the need to reblog this. Because it’s really aggravating to have people who don’t experience racism constantly trying to tell you what racism REALLY is. It’s like adding insult to injury, I gotta experience racism AND be told I’M the real racist for talking about the racism I experience? What the fuck?

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