In my maths class these two kids were having a subtle diss battle from opposite sides of the classroom but so they didn’t get caught they spoke it in Urdu. Including me, there’s 6 Urdu speaking kids in the class so we were the only ones that knew what was being said. The teacher didn’t even care about what they were saying until one guy threw out this life ending diss and all the people that COULD understand went into total hysterics. 

anonymous asked:

now you've broken owlturd, who am I gonna Relate to

what are we gonna do without the exact same comic with a really buff guy that says “life” on it

tbh if you ever feel you’re not as masculine as you wish to be think about jjba’s guys, it’s life saving. if a guy can wear crop tops, super tight pants, a scarf and high boots AND still kick ass, so can you

anonymous asked:

ntam who, when he talks to you, only gives you reasons why you should break up with your partner and go back to your (abusive) ex despite you telling him to not interact with you if he was going to do that


Honestly you should cut this guy out of your life as well

anonymous asked:

Hi! I know this is answered in your FAQ, but I could use some clarification: if I feel that I (a cishet woman) am attracted to guys, but that attraction feels uncomfortable or unwanted, does that make me a lesbian? I'm so confused! Anyway, labeling myself as bisexual, or even pansexual, has never felt completely comfortable. I like calling myself a lesbian better. But I've claimed to have crushes on guys my whole life, so is it too late? Help! Thanks :D

Wow, you read my FAQ! :D <3 (I worry that it’s too hard to find.) Happy to clarify further! 

Basically there is some gray area here. Your orientation isn’t something where you can send your spit to a lab and have them sequence your DNA or anything like that. It’s personal, subjective, and impacted by culture. For your case, for example, some women feel like their “attraction” to men, such as it is, is a result of societal pressure and expectations being internalized, but it feels alien to them and not innate. That’s what people mean when they are talking about coercive heteronormativity or compulsive heterosexuality. 

No one is going to force you to identify as bisexual, and it’s never ever too late. People’s orientations do change sometimes, maybe because they naturally have a fluid orientation, or maybe in response to trauma. People’s understandings of their orientations change too. Sometimes you learn something new about yourself, and you want to change your label. That’s fine too! As long as you live, it’s never too late.

If your attraction to guys feels uncomfortable and unwanted, and you prefer to call yourself a lesbian, go for it. You should do that! There’s no time limit, no application process, no permission slip. You are the final and only authority on what your orientation is, so do what is best for you. 

anonymous asked:

ok but jokes aside, dylanns dad is so hot he's a fucking DILF. i mean dylann is pretty average white guy but his dad is sooooo seasoned to prefection and he's so settled down a guy who has his life all figured out white his son is rotting away in jail. plus he has a good face just this kind you want to kiss all over unlike dylann. dylann always looks constipated and aggravated and like his skin looks like mayo. franklin is golden crisp perfection even with his sexy tattoos UNLIKE dylann


Stuff My Dad Said During Hamilton (Act 2)
  • What'd I Miss: This guy sounds like a pompous asshole.
  • Cabinet Battle #1: That's that line you like. The shoe fitting one. You've said that too much...
  • Take A Break: Where's the third sister? Did she die? Is she okay?
  • Say No To This: ...damn...just...damn...
  • The Room Where It Happens: I want to feel bad for Burr but he's reminding me of those 'try too hard' kids. Like you.
  • Schuyler Defeated: I knew he was gonna turn into a huge dick.
  • Cabinet Battle #2: He sounds like you did in kindergarten. "He was my friend first!" I think you said that word for word.
  • Washington On Your Side: LANGUAGE!
  • One Last Time: If only he had known what was going to happen to our country...
  • I Know Him: And here comes the other George.
  • The Adams Administration: Spiteful little dude...
  • We Know: Snitches get stitches.
  • Hurricane: This guy's life kinda sucks...
  • The Reynolds Pamphlet: No one ruining your life? Don't worry! Ruin your own...apparently.
  • Burn: If only she had actually burned him. Like. Revenge bitch.
  • Blow Us All Away: Oh yeah mini Hamiltons.
  • Stay Alive (Reprise): Does...Does everyone die? (Me: Eventually) Okay there's no need for smart ass comments.
  • It's Quiet Uptown: I'm now in like...a state of hurt and anger and...how?
  • Election Of 1800: That first note actually scared me...
  • Your Obedient Servant: Hamilton's disrespect? Doesn't Burr call his mom a whore every five songs?
  • Best Of Wives And Best Of Women: I've never been more emotionally hurt by a musical...
  • The World Was Wide Enough: Ah yes. I shall call this Act, "Stab You In The Heart Repeatedly".
  • Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story: ...who the fuck is telling Peggy's story?

“All the money I had saved up from working in corporate America, I invested in the food truck, I gave the guy my whole life savings. As we were driving home, things started going wrong with the food truck. My head gasket blew out on me. The transmission went out. Stick shift went out, Generators went out. A friend of mine put it on social media and then people started coming.”

- Gregoire Tillery, founder of We Dat’s Chicken and Shrimp, the only African-American owned business on Canal Street.

Interview with the owner Gregoire here


The only look that matters


Thank you

To those of you who give us voices, To those of you who give us faces,

 To those of you who give us personalities, To those of you who give us songs,

To those of you who share our songs, To those of you who write our stories,

To those of you who help us dance, to those of you who make us move

To those of you who give us love, To those of you who love us so

Without these gifts we cannot be.

Thank you for helping us become VOCALOID

Normal Horoscope:

Aries: Manners make the man do terrible things. Know when to tell the guy to fuck off.

Taurus: Life is not about momentum or speed it is about rhythm. Bad days are just off-beat, know you’ll find it soon enough. Contract boogie fever.

Gemini: Gear up for tomorrow, you’ll need a backpack full of the shit you use to get things done. 

Cancer: Be afraid be very very afraid, but never let it paralyze you. You’ve got things to do and people to confuse. 

Leo: Nostalgia is a poison, growth is the antidote. Ambien works too.

Virgo: The stars drew a picture of you! It is an excellent picture. Sadly it is hard to describe. Lovely gills you have.

Libra: In the long run you define success. In the meantime, a motherfuckers gotta eat, grab the bat and get in the car.

Scorpio: Turns out you get to shoulder tackle one person consequence free every lifetime. Use it wisely.

Ophiuchus: Collect something small so it wont bother any future roommates.

Sagittarius: Your eye for details can be a curse, some things were meant to go unnoticed. Keep silent.

Capricorn: If somewhere feels magic, it probably is. Trust your gut, it kept you safe this long.

Aquarius: Once you know the rules and when to break them you get to mix and match as you see fit. This is called a personality.

Pisces: Know when to keep the connection with you. Oftentimes the sun can be a better companion than any human.