and hes playing softball

straight men are so.. weird .. you know that thing where they like act like their wife/gfs hobbies and interests are so boring or annoying? And like she has to drag him along to go shopping or do anything considered more feminine?? I sure am glad I’m gay

anonymous asked:

hey!! can you do an imagine where punk!frank is your bf and you're a student athlete and you play softball, so he comes to your game and cheers you on your team wins, so then after you guys to his house and "celebrate on your win" ;)) ((SMUT PLZZZZ :-) ))

Will do! ;)

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favorite character memeepisodes [2/5]

All of them. Everyone that you saved, everyone Sammy and I saved. They’re all dead. And there’s this woman that’s haunting me. I don’t know why. I don’t know what the connection is, not yet anyway. It’s like my old life is- is coming after me or something. Like, like it doesn’t want me to be happy. ‘Course I know what you’d say. Well, not the you that played softball but… “So go hunt the djinn. He put you here, it can put you back. Your happiness for all those people’s lives, no contest. Right?” But why? Why is it my job to save these people? Why do I have to be some kind of hero? What about us, huh? What, Mom’s not supposed to live her life? Sammy’s not supposed to get married? Why do we have to sacrifice everything, Dad? 

about the lavender menace shirt:
my senior year of college we started a discussion group for lbpq women & at the last minute we decided to throw together a team to compete in our school’s softball tournament for our end-of-year festivities. we chose to call our team the lavender menace, obviously. it was such a wonderful & outrageous display of visibility. there really was no way to lose, because even if we sucked, we would still be defying stereotypes since lesbians are supposed to be good at softball. one of my favorite moments from that day (the best day!) was when we were playing the team from the religion department & they were trying to come up with discipline-related cheers & they yelled: “god is on our side!” & we were like… uhhh that’s nice but you can’t really say that to a giant group of gay people… & they were all like oh shit! sorry!… & then we started chanting about demons. I wish I could remember some of the cheers that walkearth came up with because they were incredible.

(photo & shirts by pancakechef bcuz she’s amzing)

Charles Albright was a serial killer in Texas, who between 1990 and 1991 murdered several female prostitutes. Charles was a white, 57 year old married male with children, with a history of juvenile delinquency, property crimes and prior incarcerations. As a child he experienced mental and emotional abuse as well as rejection by his parents. A product of an unstable home, Charles developed an intense hatred for women. He derived great satisfaction in bludgeoning and shooting his victims.

Charles was no ordinary man. He was very intelligent, he was fluent in Latin, Spanish and French, or at least he promoted himself in that light. He became a biology teacher and skilled taxidermist. Charles was a skilful painter and musician and was adored by women. He had a great sense of humor and was portrayed as the class clown in college. He was a ladies’ man and enjoyed impressing them with his varied artistic talents. He was athletic and enjoyed coaching football and later playing slow-pitch softball. He was very affable and mingled well in groups.

Yet there was a disturbing side to him that seldom could be seen. He could not hold a job more than few months. Charles portrayed himself as a faithful family man, but he frequented prostitutes. He developed some masochistic attitudes. He carefully concealed his history of thefts. He forged his college transcripts, making it appear that he had graduated. He once referred to his biological mother as a prostitute, although there was no proof of his accusations.

He raped a 13 year old girl when he was 51 years old but managed to minimise the incident. He became increasingly sexually aggressive with women. He was a consumate liar and con man. Along the path of adolescence Charles also developed a fascination and obsession with eyes. He was always trying to paint perfect eyes. He would paint portraits without eyes because he felt he could not do the eyes justice. When the autopsies were performed on his victims, the staff discovered that the eyeballs of each victim had been surgically removed without damaging the eyelids. The eyeballs were never recovered.

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Dean Appreciation Week ♡ Monday: favorite quote.

“All of them. Everyone that you saved, everyone Sammy and I saved. They’re all dead.  And there’s this woman, that’s haunting me. I don’t know why. I don’t know what the connection is, not yet anyway. It’s like my old life is, is coming after me or something. Like it like it doesn’t want me to be happy. Course I know what you’d say. Well, not the you that played softball but… “So go hunt the Djinn. He put you here, it can put you back. Your happiness for all those people’s lives, no contest. Right?” But why? Why is it my job to save these people? Why do I have to be some kind of hero? What about us, huh? What, Mom’s not supposed to live her life, Sammy’s not supposed to get married? Why do we have to sacrifice everything, Dad?”  

Nick Jonas on the Cover of ‘Entertainment Weekly’

On choosing between acting and singing: “I think it’s a case-by-case situation. I’m trying to be conscious and do things that are thought-provoking on both sides of the spectrum. But I really do love both.”

On his current music obsessions: “I love WSTRN — this song called ‘In2’ is a big hit in the U.K. — and Alina Baraz’s Urban Flora album. I love Zara Larsson, Jessie Ware, Bea Miller. The Justin Bieber record? I think it’s f—ing awesome.“

On the most random famous person on his phone: "Probably Ashton Kutcher? This one time we were trying to find people to play softball, and we heard that he likes to play, so I thought about writing him a text like, 'Hey, you have no idea who this is, but do you want to play softball with me?’ I didn’t do that.”

On growing up with stars like Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and Selena Gomez: “Yeah, there’s a camaraderie there, a sort of unspoken brother- and sisterhood. If you want to talk about that graduating class of 2008, I’m really proud — it’s a really good group.”

“There’s nothing I don’t want to talk about. If someone asked what I’m into, like a fetish, I’d probably tell them. But I wouldn’t say something about the person I’m having sex with — that’s a line that I draw out of respect.”

source: EW