but consider this:
everyone thinks rosa has this really badass boyfriend who probably wears leather and rides motorcycles and could probably kill u with his pinky finger or something
but then one day this really cute girl comes into the precinct to talk to rosa. she’s wearing a cute dress with bright happy colors and she’s so timid and soft spoken and awkward and the complete opposite of rosa
and everyones surprised bc this person is talking to rosa and rosa is being nICE and FRIENDLY to this girl????????????/ she even SMILED for her???????????????????????????????????
then the girl leaves and everyone’s like “uh rosa who was that”
and she’s like “oh her? she’s my girlfriend.”
whOSE READY TO GET SPOOPY
"You’d struggle to pour water out of a boot with the instructions on the heel"
God DAMN thats some Shakespearean shit right there
Laverne: Nicole, does your belief system now change, in which you now know you don’t need him to be there?
Nicole: No. I think what happens is it turns into less a conversation about my blackness and more about relating to humanity, because that’s really what we’re trying to do. We’re just realizing that people are capable of doing it. We’re underestimating people because people said we weren’t viable. [x]
good morning starshine!!! - my happy happy oldies for starting the day off ok
good morning starshine - oliver | here comes the sun - the beatles | build me up buttercup - the foundations | good day sunshine - the beatles | be ok - ingrid michaelson | send me on my way - rusted root | my little girl - stephan altman | twist and shout - the beatles | wake me up before you go go - wham! | uptown girl - billy joel | i feel good - james brown | im a believer - the monkees | love grows (where my rosemary goes) - edison lighthouse | wonderful world - sam cooke | little bitty pretty one - thurston harris | this will be - natalie cole | the ballad of john and yoko - the beatles | sweet caroline - neil diamond | lollipop - the chordettes | me and julio down by the schoolyard - paul simon | in the mood - glenn miller | here comes my baby - cat stevens | brand new key - melanie | you’re sixteen you’re beautiful and you’re mine - ringo starr | come on eileen - dexys midnight runners | make your own kind of music - mammas and the pappas | it’s not unusual - tom jones | i want you back - the jackson 5 | what a wonderful world - louis armstrong || LISTEN
Photos and final product for Mq. & Mrs.’s amazing lgbtq coloring book for kids.
Model : Alicia Michele
The aftermath of battle on the Eastern Front, 70+ years on. Left alone, Nature absorbs (mostly Russian) helmets and weapons into itself…
I think one of the reasons the Harry Potter Epilogue was so poorly received was because the audience was primarily made up of the Millennial generation.
We’ve walked with Harry, Ron and Hermione, through a world that we thought was great but slowly revealed itself to be the opposite. We unpeeled the layers of corruption within the government, we saw cruelty against minorities grow in the past decades, and had media attack us and had teachers tell us that we ‘must not tell lies’. We got angry and frustrated and, like Harry, Ron and Hermione, had to think of a way to fight back. And them winning? That would have been enough to give us hope and leave us satisfied.
But instead. There was skip scene. And suddenly they were all over 30 and happy with their 2.5 children.
And the Millennials were left flailing in the dust.
Because while we recognised and empathised with everything up to that point. But seeing the Golden Trio financially stable and content and married? That was not something our generation could recognise. Because we have no idea if we’re ever going to be able to reach that stage. Not with the world we’re living in right now.
Having Harry, Ron and Hermione stare off into the distance after the battle and wonder about what the future might be would have stuck with us. Hell, have them move into a shitty flat together and try and sort out their lives would have. Have them with screaming nightmares and failed relationships and trying to get jobs in a society that’s falling apart would have. Have them still trying to fix things in that society would have. Because we known Voldemort was just a symptom of the disease of prejudice the Wizarding World.
But don’t push us off with an ‘all was well’. In a world about magic, JK Rowling finally broke our suspension of disbelief by having them all hit middle-class and middle-age contentment and expecting a fanbase of teenagers to accept it.
Also. Since when was ‘don’t worry kids, you’re going to turn out just like your parents’ ever a happy ending? Does our generation even recognise marriage and money and jobs as the fulfillment of life anymore? Does our generation even recognise the Epilogue’s Golden Trio anymore?
I would really love to know whether inksplattersandearlyhours has read the Magicians trilogy by Lev Grossman, and what they think about it.
beautiful ginny things from ootp
- ginny and sirius are related
- ginny’s hair confirmed for tomato red
- ginny tossing dungbombs at the kitchen door
- like wow what a cutie
- ginny turning out to be a really smooth liar
- tonks changing her features for ginny’s enjoyment
- ginny making angry cat noises at percy dissing arthur
- speaking of felines crookshanks and ginny are pretty tight
- 'Fine!' shouted Mrs Weasley. 'Fine! Ginny - BED!'Ginny did not go quietly. They could hear her raging and storming at her mother all the way up the stairs, and when she reached the hall Mrs Blacks ear-splitting shrieks were added to the din. Lupin hurried off to the portrait to restore calm.
- ugh sweetheart ♥
- ginny angrily telling kreacher not to call hermione a mudblood
- ginny being the only one to have the sense to shut the musical box which was making everyone weak and sleepy
- ginny and the twins doing a war dance and chanting
- tonks admitting she wasnt made prefect bc she couldnt behave herself at hogwarts and ginny laughing bc they are the same
- ginny hugging tonks goodbye at king’s cross ✿✿
- literally all of ginny’s dialogue with luna is sweet and friendly
- 'Don't be silly,' said Ginny, laughing, 'she's all right.'
- ‘Hi, Luna.’ said Ginny, ‘is it OK if we take these seats?’
- Thanks,’ said Ginny, smiling at her.
- ‘Had a good summer, Luna?’ Ginny asked.
- Ginny suppressed a giggle.
- happy spirited joyful ginny mon coeur ❤❤❤
- and lets not forget:
- ‘I’m nobody,’ said Neville hurriedly.‘No you’re not,’ said Ginny sharply.
- *`•.¸(¯`•HEARTS FOR EYES•´¯)¸.•´
- ginny being concerned about hagrid and rushing to his defense
- The moment they reached Gryffindor’s, Ginny was hailed by some fellow fourth-years and left to sit with them.
- friendly reminder that our girl ginny was v popular and independent and had her own life outside of the trio tyvm
everything is ginny and nothing hurts
I want to write an alternative version of Romeo and Juliet where instead of being a little ponce and trying to work things out for himself, Romeo asks his smarter friends what to do about the whole thing and Benvolio and Mercutio come up with the world’s greatest plan:
Marriage of convenience between Juliet and Mercutio.
Think about it.
Juliet’s parents want her to marry into the Prince’s family. Mercutio is a good compromise between no marriage and Paris.
Mercutio probably won’t get his inheritance if he keeps being HELLA FUCKING GAY ALL OVER THE PLACE so a beard is only a benefit to him.
They would probably get along great rolling their eyes at how adorably stupid Romeo is.
Romeo and Benvolio could get a “bachelor pad” right next to Juliet and Mercutio’s house. Every night, Romeo and Mercutio high five as they hop the fence to go bang their one true love.
The second half of the play is just all of them trying to keep up the charade and being “THIS CLOSE” to getting caught all the time. But everything ends nicely because true love conquers all.
Everybody wins. Nobody dies.
You are in high school.
You dropped out of high school.
You live within 20 minutes of your best friend.
You don’t have a best friend.
You live within 20 minutes of the last person you kissed.
You live within 20 minutes of your ex.
You have hugged someone in the last 48 hours.
You have been to the movies within the last week.
You have had 3 or more boyfriends/girlfriends just this year.
You have been a designated driver.
You have broken merchandise and not paid for it.
You have played strip poker.
You are Catholic.
You are atheist.
You recycle regularly.
You are a brunette.
You have dated a blonde.
You are friends with a redhead.
You are taller than your mum.
You are taller than your dad.
You have a bank account.
You’ve written a check for less than $5.
You have visited the Statue of Liberty.
You have visited the Eiffel Tower.
You have visited Big Ben.
You have visited the Colosseum.
You have visited The Great Wall of China.
You have never been out of the country.
You have been a waiter/waitress.
You own a Bible.
You own something with a Pentagram on it.
You have used a Ouija Board.
You have been a witch for Halloween.
You have been a zombie for Halloween.
You have your eyebrow pierced.
You have a Monroe piercing.
You have your nose pierced.
You have no tattoos.
You have more than 2 tattoos.
You straighten your hair occasionally.
You have worn a dress in the last 3 days.
You live somewhere that gets snow.
You celebrate Hanukkah.
You were at your own house last New Year’s.
You were at a bar last New Year’s.
You slept through last New Year’s.
You have worked on Christmas Eve.
You have worked on Christmas.
You have been told ‘I love you’ by someone today.
You were told by someone who’s not family.
You slept in your own bed last night.
You are dating the last person you kissed.
You regret kissing the last person you kissed.
You are wearing a necklace right now.
You are wearing something red.
You are wearing something blue.
You are wearing something purple.
Your phone number ends with an even number.
You have kissed the last person you called/texted.
You are currently listening to music.
You are waiting for something.
You don’t like seafood.
You have eaten deer sausage.
You have given a complete stranger your phone number.
You have been hit on at work.
You have been hit on by someone more than 20 years older than you.
You have been whistled at.
You were creeped out by it.
You are a good speller.
You are very punctual.
You were dating someone in December of 2008.
You are still dating that person.
You have cheated on someone.
You have been cheated on.
You have been on a cruise ship.
You have camped out in your own backyard.
You are wearing something that doesn’t belong to you.
You are a Pisces.
You are an Aquarius.
You are a Leo.
You wonder what will happen when you die.
You are afraid of the dark.
You write in all capital letters.
You have been told you have nice handwriting.
You have had a song written for you.
You have had a picture drawn of you.
You have curly/wavy hair.
You are wearing a watch.
You are wearing flip flops.
You wouldn’t date someone who smoked.
You know someone with the same birthday as you.
You are a morning person.
You are a night owl.
You slept in past 10 am today.
You have big plans for next weekend.
You are thinking of someone right now.
Your job is stressing you out.
You don’t have a job.
You have never had a job.
You were fired from your last job.
You know sign language.
You will usually try something at least once.
You have been swimming in the last month.
You are pessimistic by nature.
You have taken a ballet class.
You have taken karate.
You have taken gymnastics.
You wish on shooting stars.
You wish at 11:11.
Your birthday has already come this year.
You have been in a relationship that lasted longer than a year.
You ended your last relationship.
Your ex ended your last relationship.
You aren’t over your ex.
You have gone after someone you knew was bad for you.
You have let someone use you.
You were/are a teenage mom.
You are an otaku.
You are a cosplayer.
You were named after someone.
You like your name.
Your last drink was water.
You have visited somewhere said to be ‘haunted’.
You have skipped school just because you didn’t feel like going.
You have taken medicine when you ‘feel a headache coming on’.
You are self-conscious about your body.
You have a hangover.
You have a pet fish.
You have had a Jehovah’s Witness show up at your house.
You have godparents.
Your parents are still married.
You have step-siblings.
You are the oldest.
You are adopted.
You have a triplet
You don’t want kids.
You want more than four kids.
You have a bad temper.
You have kissed a complete stranger.
You usually make the first move in an intimate situation.
You have broken your arm.
You have had to get stitches on your face.
You have had an MRI.
Your fingernails are painted.
You like to draw.
You like to sing.
You can play an instrument.
You keep a lot of secrets from people.
You don’t think people would accept you if they really got to know you.
You don’t trust people easily.
You borrowed something you really need to give back to someone.
You drive a car older than a 2002.
You have lost a friend you never thought you would.
You know a child who died of cancer.
You know a teenager who died in a car wreck.
You have done something illegal in the past 24 hours.
You have cut your hair in the last week.
You wear glasses.
Your favorite season is Autumn.
Your favorite color is orange.
Your favorite animal is a dolphin.
You last rode in a car with a relative.
You last rode in a car with a girl/woman.
You last rode in a car with the person you are dating.
You regularly watch Asian dramas.
You love Chinese food.
Your best friend is older than you.
You have to go to school/work tomorrow.
You answered every question truthfully.
what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?
It’s a search of Google books, but the question still stands, what the Fuck happened in 1870
I CAN ANSWER THIS!!
In the Cornish dialect of English, Pokemon meant ‘clumsy’ (pure coincidence).
In the mid 1800s there was a surge of writing about the Cornish language and dialect in an attempt to preserve them with glossaries and dictionaries being written. I wrote about it HERE.
I just love that this post happened to find the ONE HUMAN ON THE INTERNET who had the answer to this question
This long and excellent multi-contributor post about Steve’s possible political leanings got me to thinking about why this discussion keeps coming up.
And yes, part of it is a lack of thorough history education in schools, which in America tend to focus inordinate time on A) The Revolution and B) WWII and post-WWII. Really, our schools don’t tend to spend overly long on that pesky time period between 1812 and 1939.
But more than that, I think this tendency to associate Steve Rogers with the post-WWII ideals of the 1950s stems from an erroneous concept of how history works.
That is, it is not simply the lack of factual knowledge which is to blame, but the idea that history is progressive in nature. It isn’t, but we tend to associate “history” with “technological advances” so if a particular era had an automobile and the earlier era had horse-and-buggy, we assume that the era was “not advanced” (and I use the phrase loosely) in other areas.
Such as sexuality: “If the 1950s were sexually repressive, then by golly, think of how bad it was in the 1930s!” As if society collectively went from adolescent to horny teenager to free-love adult over the course of the century. Which is, of course, not the case at all. The 1920s as experienced in the urban areas (e.g. New York City, Chicago) would give the 1960s a run for the money in regards to drugs, sex, and
The fact is that history is not progressive, not in the sense that we conceive of social systems and technology becoming more sophisticated and complex. It’s not abnormal for technology to leap forward (jet engines!) while cultural norms constrict (stay-at-home mother gender norms of the 1950s), or for society to become incredibly complex (1st world governments) while human rights are attacked (labor movements of the late 20th century) or backlashed (civil rights, feminism, queer pride, etc.).
So collectively we think that “whoa, Steve must be shocked by how progressive we are in 2012, after his primitive and naive experiences of the 1930s” when in fact it is pretty much a given that the world he knew in Brooklyn during the 1930s was liberal, rebellious, sexual, artistic, and probably pretty damn angry. No one got out of the Depression without a chip on their shoulder, and a union song or two under their belt.
It’s important to remember that the children of the 1930s built the world of the 1950s, so the core values were there, and tempered by WWII. The war dragged rural America (the vast majority of the continent up until then) into the 20th Century, mostly kicking and screaming. But as to the perspective Steve would have had on the whole thing, it would have NOT have been naive, sheltered, primitive, or ignorant. Anything but, really.