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sometimes writer, film enthusiast.

twitter.com/jslipchi:

    deerjerk:

Deer Head and Flowers. 2014

    deerjerk:

    Deer Head and Flowers. 2014

    — 2 hours ago with 895 notes
    lipsticknperfume:


deerjerk:

Wolves for Schafmayer & Company in NYC. 2014

I’m in love with these

    lipsticknperfume:

    deerjerk:

    Wolves for Schafmayer & Company in NYC. 2014

    I’m in love with these

    (via cryptovolans)

    — 2 hours ago with 1934 notes
    wehadfacesthen:

Self-portrait with camera, 1950, photo by Peter Keetman
via inneroptics

    wehadfacesthen:

    Self-portrait with camera, 1950, photo by Peter Keetman

    via inneroptics

    (via hummeline)

    — 5 hours ago with 5207 notes
    Star vs the Forces of Evil sneak peek at comic con!!!! →

    daronnefcy:

    Hey everyone going to comic con! If you come to the “Wander Over Yonder,” “Gravity Falls,” or “Phineas and Ferb” panels at comic con you’ll get a super exclusive sneak peek at the new show I created “Star vs the Forces of Evil!” Its the first official screening of anything from Star ever so be…

    — 7 hours ago with 52 notes
    rendigo:

tramampoline:

megamissingno:

plightofthevalkyries:

amischiefofmice:

PRAISE BE

When I worked at a fast food restaurant, I did a social experiment.
One day, I asked “do you want a girl toy or a boy toy?” No one went against gender roles.
The next day, it was “do you want a doll toy or a car toy?” Boys got dolls. Girls got cars.
Vocabulary is important.

you understand that though this seems to be a good sign it is likely the result of bronies coming to this establishment and ordering happy meals so they could get a mlp toy and then getting offended when it was called a “girl toy” and possibly bullying the employees given the behavior of bronies
obviously the change in itself is good but given the particular toys in question i am not convinced that this came about due to a desire for children’s toys to be non-gendered and that it is instead the result of the bizarre machismo belonging to the cult of the cartoon horse

i wish this change was universal because like gendered toys being ludicrous aside i always hated saying the phrase “boy toy” out loud and would never wish it on another humanin this case it’s totally just bronies tho

actually, this was totally all thanks to a teenage girl! 
Rock on, teenage girl!  And way to go McDonald’s, this is something that always pissed me off.  I hope the change is universal.

    rendigo:

    tramampoline:

    megamissingno:

    plightofthevalkyries:

    amischiefofmice:

    PRAISE BE

    When I worked at a fast food restaurant, I did a social experiment.

    One day, I asked “do you want a girl toy or a boy toy?” No one went against gender roles.

    The next day, it was “do you want a doll toy or a car toy?” Boys got dolls. Girls got cars.

    Vocabulary is important.

    you understand that though this seems to be a good sign it is likely the result of bronies coming to this establishment and ordering happy meals so they could get a mlp toy and then getting offended when it was called a “girl toy” and possibly bullying the employees given the behavior of bronies

    obviously the change in itself is good but given the particular toys in question i am not convinced that this came about due to a desire for children’s toys to be non-gendered and that it is instead the result of the bizarre machismo belonging to the cult of the cartoon horse

    i wish this change was universal because like gendered toys being ludicrous aside i always hated saying the phrase “boy toy” out loud and would never wish it on another human

    in this case it’s totally just bronies tho

    actually, this was totally all thanks to a teenage girl! 

    Rock on, teenage girl! And way to go McDonald’s, this is something that always pissed me off. I hope the change is universal.

    (Source: scarfetsu)

    — 1 day ago with 166701 notes