heathenfairytale:

bibliophilicwitch:

bibliophilicwitch:

themusingsofacurlyhairednerd:

Nothing can compare to books and writing while it’s raining.

Be still my beating heart!

Apparently this post
with my comment is still circulating?!

There is nothing more perfect than this post

(via therainingkiwi)


A good man is like fine wine. They all start out as grapes. Our job is to stomp on them and keep them in the dark until they mature into something we wouldn’t mind having dinner with.
Maxine Shaw (via tequilasaltandlemon)

(via seriouslyamerica)


angrydragon90:

coolgame:

tardistiles:

hyperactivesovietninja:

 

rejectnormality:

urbanoutcasters:

thewastedgeneration:

Oh, man. They’re advertising their glasses for men the way anything ever is advertised for women. I’m not sure whether to be aroused, annoyed, or pleased.

aroused, definitely.

annoyed, definitely.

pleased, definitely. 

god bless

This ad worked on me. I would definitely buy glasses from them.

angrydragon90 i don’t… i.. well then. 

I think I need new glasses.

Oh my. I’m aroused. I want all of those glasses (those men must be included)

Wait, there were glasses in those ads?

(via rabbleprochoice)


syfycity:

Everyone’s favorite DRD! (S04E01, “Crichton Kicks”)
http://syfycity.tumblr.com

syfycity:

Everyone’s favorite DRD! (S04E01, “Crichton Kicks”)

http://syfycity.tumblr.com


lovelornlunatic:

“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.”

lovelornlunatic:

“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.”


blackphoenix77:

chaoswolf1982:

Putting a Jew like Magneto in the picture of Hitler as if they were colleagues is the ultimate in bad-taste irony.

Yeah, I wasn’t comfortable with that either. 

Oh thank goodness. I thought I was going to be the only person who felt extremely uncomfortable with most of these pictures. 

(via invisiblelad)


I just finished a book by Harold Robbins, “The Adventurers.” I’m sure you’ve never heard of him, he was very popular in the sixties. Indeed this book was written in ‘66. I almost put it down about halfway through part one because every female character introduced in this section was raped and murdered! With two exceptions, one of them was just murdered and the other was a six year old child. This attitude that women have no worth (while Mr. Robbins wasn’t responsible for it, he sure put it on paper very clearly) is what spurred the women’s lib movement in the sixties. You don’t know how lucky you are.

My mom, who I largely credit for instilling in me the values and ideas that made me a feminist. We talk about books over email all the time, and this is part of what she sent me today.

"You don’t know how lucky you are."



Q
Just dropping in to say that Sophie Turner is actually 18 so she's not underage (although her character is), but obviously that does not make it okay in the slightest and believe me when I say I am very very angry and upset about this. I literally just have no words right now.
A

Well that’s… a slight relief. :( But seriously, this is so unnecessary. They’re slowly erasing most of the stuff in the books that make the women and their stories awesome. There is absolutely zero reason for this to happen to Sansa, and their description that it will be filmed “beautifully” like a ballet is… supposed to make us feel better? 

Fuck that noise.