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me: dont say the R slur

every ableist within 10ft of me, crawling out of the sewers and trash cans where they live: uhm sweatheart:)) stop overreacting:)))) dont makes such a big deal out of this:)))))) i can say r*tarded if i fucking want to:)))))))))

Whouffaldi Week 2017: Day One

The prompts for today are: caretaker shed; broom, bucket, intruder; “I don’t remember leaving that out.”

963 words; mostly gen until a comment towards the end; a bit from what is probably a larger adventure

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I survived

ISFJ (aka classmate who called me darling): So how was at your parents-in-law?

INTP: They aren’t– Ugh. Nevermind.

INTP: It was okay. His mother kinda resembles our philosophy teacher.

ISFJ: Oh? That’s nice. Having our philosophy teacher as mother-in-law sounds pretty awesome.

INTP: Yeah. She’s not so… expressive though. And his father has the same weird sense of humour as mine. So it wasn’t hard to cope with that.

  • Quentin: wow the stars are beautiful tonight
  • Eliot: yeah they are
  • Quentin: you know who else is beautiful though?
  • Eliot: *blushes* who
  • Quentin: Fillory.

One thing that makes me most proud of Humans of New York is the warmth of the comment section. There are exceptions of course, but generally the responses to each story are thoughtful and encouraging. I joke that Humans of New York is followed by the nicest 25 million people on the Internet. Often the comment section will takes on a life and a narrative of it’s own. During my visit to Santiago, I received an email from a woman named Victoria (aka Sofia) who shared a story about how her life was changed by the support of the HONY community. Very proud to pass it along:

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(½) “We’d been trying to adopt for several years. We didn’t want an infant. The waiting list was too long. Plus we had one child already, so we’d already been through the experience of having a baby. We wanted other couples to have that opportunity. So we decided to adopt an older child. But everything went wrong. Our application was invalidated after three years because my husband got a job in Ecuador. When we tried to start over, the government went on strike. Then we lost all our possessions in a storage facility fire. So I was about to give up. I couldn’t do it anymore. The process was stressing me out so much that it was affecting my biological child. Then right when I was about to give up, I saw a Humans of New York post about a man who’d grown up in a group home. I thought: ‘He could have been my child.’ I wrote about my difficulties in the comment section, and hundreds of people responded. Everyone told me not to give up. My phone was buzzing all day. The ones that touched me most were the stories from adopted children. It gave me the strength to go on.”

(Santiago, Chile)

anonymous asked:

Just want to thank you for introducing me to the Shalka Doctor Who Universe. It brought great joy to my life. I didn't know I needed it until it was there.

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The only woman who completes Oliver’s soul is Felicity Smoak. She is his always.

Oliver Queen is Felicity’s heart, he is her perfect match and she loves him in a million different ways. 

If there’s no one for either of them but each other, then there’s no one else for me either.

Olicity is my OTP. OTP means ONE True Ship. I’m loyal to my OTP. Reblog if you’re loyal too. 

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Daisy Ridley and Dev Patel backstage at the 2016 Oscars

  • Riverdale: *literally just started* *hasn't finished its first season yet* *it's still on its fetus stage*
  • Antis: LET'S FUCK UP THE FANDOM AND FILL IT WITH HATE BECAUSE I DON'T AGREE WITH WHAT YOU'RE SHIPPING SO THEREFORE I WILL BLAST TO THE WORLD OF HOW WRONG YOU ARE IN YOUR TAG CAUSE WE'RE PATHETIC THAT WAY!

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