Trying to capture the dook in action
gender is a terrible meme
My Neighbor Totoro (1988) and Bob’s Burgers S03E05 An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal (2012)
i could masturbate to this article that’s how much it pleases me
everything about this screams fedora
oh my god this is fucking incredible oh my god
and when you go to a restaurant and eat something cooked by man, that’s where another man put something inside your body that I didn’t. And when the male dentist looks inside your mouth, that’s where another man invaded your mouth. And when the male cashier sells you those clothes, every time you wear them you will think of him, not me.
don’t even get me STARTED on your gynecologist
If you ever want to read the whol article,it’s here. And it is as shitty as the abstract make it look like.“I know I didn’t disrespect women with tats until I dated one. She also turned out to be quite the skank.” And there we go. Heart of the entire thing. Men are so immature it’s laughable -Ash
oh and: NOT ALL TATTOO ARTISTS ARE MEN
I like how Obama can just casually say to the press (verbatim), “We tortured some folks,” but we’re still cool with him because he knows what gifs are. It’s really interesting.
i can’t believe “we tortured some folks” is a real phrase that came out of a real world leader’s mouth
So this girl walks up to another girl and says “Hey, have you heard of the Bechdel Test?”
And the other girl says, “Yeah, my boyfriend was telling me about it the other day!”
May 12, 1991: Bill Watterson predicts vaporwave.
The man entered his home and was absolutely delighted when he discovered someone had stolen every lamp in the house.
I think some people must’ve thought Achilles to be so cruel for not burying Patroclus’ body because to do so was the equivalent of keeping his soul in a state of unrest, but then I think that Achilles must’ve heard so many stories, too. He must’ve heard of how Aphrodite heard Pygmalion’s cries and turned his statue, Gala, to life so that he could be with this woman whom he loved. He must’ve heard of Orpheus and Eurydice, and how Apollo had allowed Orpheus to go to the underworld and bring Eurydice from the dead if only he would not turn back to look at her while they escaped. And maybe he heard of Psyche, too, and how she fought so valiantly and found so much favor to be with Eros once more.
And I think that’s partly why Achilles held onto Patroclus. There must’ve been a million reasons, but maybe Achilles was waiting for mercy. Maybe he was waiting for his story to turn. Maybe he was hoping for the gods to remember the age in which they were kinder and more understanding to the humans that toiled and heaved and cried beneath Olympus. There’s no patron god of mercy and second chances, but perhaps Achilles was hoping that he, holding onto his Patroclus, his everything, could incite that god or goddess into existence.