lastseasonsloser:

misha-let-me-touch-your-assbutt:

mishasminions:

IT’S BECAUSE THEY’RE FRED & DAPHNE

FUCK YOU AND YOUR BITTER JEALOUS LONELINESS HOWARD STERN

YES SO GOOD!!!!!

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onlysatisfied:

watershoes:

sqbr:

[Buffy the Vampire Slayer Faith/Buffy vid to a mashup of “Complicated” and “We are Never Getting Back Together”]

revolutionarygirlshati:

We Are Complicated  (detail at DW | LJ)

"#this sounds like the act 1 finale of a teenage lesbian jukebox musical"
— tumblr user lovecatcadillac

(it does)

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

THIS IS SO PERFECT! THE NARRATIVE OF THE SONG AND THE STORY OF THEIR LOVE ARE A PERFECT INFINITY SIGN THAT GAVE ME GOOSEBUMPS

BUFFY/FAITH 5EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

my teenage years in one vid. Except I shipped Faith/Me. 

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socialjusticekoolaid:

The Ferguson City Council convened for the first time since Mike Brown’s death, and proved that they literally give no fucks about what the community has to say. Added to their vague, paltry proposed reforms, seems real change will have to come in Ferguson via the ballot box. I don’t care where you live folks— let this be a lesson in voting/participating in your local elections and government! #staywoke #farfromover 

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flossingh:

puckling:

tazerandkaner:

First player to accurately define CORSI. Patrick Kane: secret genius. [x]

And at least from this angle his hair looks not like an abomination. A good day, overall. 

Dude is actually for real a massive numbers nerd at least about hockey. It is a matter of public record that he makes math jokes.
PKane: The combover is to distract us from his brain.

flossingh:

puckling:

tazerandkaner:

First player to accurately define CORSI. Patrick Kane: secret genius. [x]

And at least from this angle his hair looks not like an abomination. A good day, overall. 

Dude is actually for real a massive numbers nerd at least about hockey. It is a matter of public record that he makes math jokes.

PKane: The combover is to distract us from his brain.

(via so-hockey-eh)

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onetothestate:

colinfitzpatrick:

In important news today: Gillian Anderson has come out as bisexual and appeared in Out magazine with this photo.

From her blog:

I chose during that interview to discuss the fact that, earlier in my life, I had been in relationship with a woman. It was the first time I revealed this fact in a public forum, and I chose to do so for two reasons. One was that a woman whom I was in relationship with had died a few months beforehand and I felt, in the context of our conversation, it was safe and appropriate to bring it up. Many years beforehand, and well beyond our time together, this woman had called me out of the blue at the height of my television fame to say that she had been offered $60,000 by a tabloid to provide a picture of us together. At the time, for various reasons, not including shame, I did not want that information in the public domain and despite the fact that she was struggling to pay her rent, I asked her not to sell our story. She took what at the time I considered to be the high road. To this day I regret asking her to do that. That 60 grand would have had a greater positive effect on her life than a negative effect on mine. By discussing our relationship in Out, I felt like I was honoring her memory in some way simply by admitting its existence.

onetothestate:

colinfitzpatrick:

In important news today: Gillian Anderson has come out as bisexual and appeared in Out magazine with this photo.

From her blog:

I chose during that interview to discuss the fact that, earlier in my life, I had been in relationship with a woman. It was the first time I revealed this fact in a public forum, and I chose to do so for two reasons. One was that a woman whom I was in relationship with had died a few months beforehand and I felt, in the context of our conversation, it was safe and appropriate to bring it up. Many years beforehand, and well beyond our time together, this woman had called me out of the blue at the height of my television fame to say that she had been offered $60,000 by a tabloid to provide a picture of us together. At the time, for various reasons, not including shame, I did not want that information in the public domain and despite the fact that she was struggling to pay her rent, I asked her not to sell our story. She took what at the time I considered to be the high road. To this day I regret asking her to do that. That 60 grand would have had a greater positive effect on her life than a negative effect on mine. By discussing our relationship in Out, I felt like I was honoring her memory in some way simply by admitting its existence.

(via yetistyles)

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niallhoranhasthat1thing:

harrysrogue:

things 1d need to do:

  • get rid of that old logo
  • go on jimmy fallon
  • go on chatty man again
  • do a bbc r1 live lounge

and get rid of ben winston 

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iwatchforsasha:

Over the weekend you may have heard of or seen - nude photos of celebrities were stolen off of their phones and posted online. It’s a terrible invasion of privacy, but probably the most disconcerting part of this for me is that some people are blaming the celebrities for having the nude photos on their phones in the first place.

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jessimond said: ok I need to talk about the jay vs anne debate and how it is UNDOUBTEDLY related to class and gender roles and mISOGYNISTIC STEREOTYPES OH MY GOD ok so you have anne. lives in chesire (posh as fuq) and has two beautiful children with her husband. they get a divorce and it's sad, but it's also ok because they like, do alright. you have jay. from yorkshire. has a child with a "fiance" and then he leaves when the baby's born. she marries a different guy and has four more kids. 1/2

jessimond:

genuinelybelieve:

they also eventually divorce. now. think really hard about anyone you’ve EVER KNOWN in similar situations and the differences in the way they were treated, simply because of the number of children they had or how “successful” they were on paper. think about it. think hard. and now think about why people so easily put anne into the “emotionally supportive” column and jay into the “emotionally manipulative” column. thank you for your time.

———————-

(ps- for anyone who didn’t get it, it’s because anne fits the upper middle class stereotype whereas jay does not.) 

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