but i never use them

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Ariel and Ursula grew up together in Posideon’s court and decide to run swim away together.

corporalandrewwashington asked:

I've never actually tried that. I used to yell and scream, throw things at them Never considered going in the other direction.

Nononoononononononononono dontdont dont do that.

Yea, try being nice instead. It took me 3-4 days until he completely turned tame w/ me but it’s worth a try.

anonymous asked:

Quoting someone saying a slur to tell another person what the slur was, is not wrong. If u use the slur urself as to be said as an insult or such, then that's wrong.

Just curious, do you sing the N-word when Nicki Minaj does in her music too or…?

anonymous asked:

So as you probably know, it's Palm Sunday, and I was curious if there were any magical uses that you know of with holy palms?

You know, I never really thought of using them in a magickal way.  I was just planning on using them to decorate my altar.

I’m guessing the most appropriate way of using them would be to use them as a symbol for blessing and protection for your home or altar? 

But since they’re already blessed (if you got them during a service where they were blessed), I don’t think you need to do much to add to the power of the palms.  

Anyone else want to chime in on this?

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Lauren talking with a fan 10.25.13 +

Now that’s how being a role model is done.

NOTHING MAKES ME ANGRIER THAN SOCIALIZED MALE DOMINANCE IN CONVERSATIONS SO LADIES PLEASE LEARN THESE THREE PHRASES AND NEVER BE AFRAID TO USE THEM
  • "Stop interrupting me."
  • "I just said that."
  • "DID THE MIDDLE OF MY SENTENCE INTERRUPT THE BEGINNING OF YOURS?”
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Haruka: How could you tell?
Makoto: I just can. Do you know how many years we’ve been together?

Colors?  Backgrounds?  The Spirit World is worth it.  Used this here thing as reference (a.k.a., this is what I thought of when I saw that).

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FAVOURITE CHARACTER CHALLENGE:

LIN BEIFONG - FOUR RELATIONSHIPS (DETECTIVESON AND MOMBOSS)

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“Dear Lupita,” it reads, “I think you’re really lucky to be this Black but yet this successful in Hollywood overnight. I was just about to buy Dencia’s Whitenicious cream to lighten my skin when you appeared on the world map and saved me.”
My heart bled a little when I read those words. I could never have guessed that my first job out of school would be so powerful in and of itself and that it would propel me to be such an image of hope in the same way that the women of The Color Purple were to me.
I remember a time when I too felt unbeautiful. I put on the TV and only saw pale skin, I got teased and taunted about my night-shaded skin. And my one prayer to God, the miracle worker, was that I would wake up lighter-skinned. The morning would come and I would be so excited about seeing my new skin that I would refuse to look down at myself until I was in front of a mirror because I wanted to see my fair face first. And every day I experienced the same disappointment of being just as dark as I had been the day before. I tried to negotiate with God: I told him I would stop stealing sugar cubes at night if he gave me what I wanted; I would listen to my mother’s every word and never lose my school sweater again if he just made me a little lighter. But I guess God was unimpressed with my bargaining chips because He never listened.
And when I was a teenager my self-hate grew worse, as you can imagine happens with adolescence. My mother reminded me often that she thought that I was beautiful but that was no consolation: She’s my mother, of course she’s supposed to think I am beautiful. And then Alek Wek came on the international scene. A celebrated model, she was dark as night, she was on all of the runways and in every magazine and everyone was talking about how beautiful she was. Even Oprah called her beautiful and that made it a fact. I couldn’t believe that people were embracing a woman who looked so much like me as beautiful. My complexion had always been an obstacle to overcome and all of a sudden, Oprah was telling me it wasn’t. It was perplexing and I wanted to reject it because I had begun to enjoy the seduction of inadequacy. But a flower couldn’t help but bloom inside of me. When I saw Alek I inadvertently saw a reflection of myself that I could not deny. Now, I had a spring in my step because I felt more seen, more appreciated by the far away gatekeepers of beauty, but around me the preference for light skin prevailed. To the beholders that I thought mattered, I was still unbeautiful. And my mother again would say to me, “You can’t eat beauty. It doesn’t feed you.” And these words plagued and bothered me; I didn’t really understand them until finally I realized that beauty was not a thing that I could acquire or consume, it was something that I just had to be.
And what my mother meant when she said you can’t eat beauty was that you can’t rely on how you look to sustain you. What is fundamentally beautiful is compassion for yourself and for those around you. That kind of beauty enflames the heart and enchants the soul. It is what got Patsey in so much trouble with her master, but it is also what has kept her story alive to this day. We remember the beauty of her spirit even after the beauty of her body has faded away.
And so I hope that my presence on your screens and in the magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel the validation of your external beauty but also get to the deeper business of being beautiful inside. There is no shade to that beauty.
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WHY YOU SHOULD WATCH BLACK MIRROR

Black Mirror is a British anthology series that focuses on how technology intersects with our lives and what kind of darkness can result from it. The show isn’t old people complaining about why modernity is bad, but just explores the darker side of our relationship with technology as it impacts our lives. Its very raw, very chilling, and incredibly honest. Though its basically a sci-fi, its set up to be incredibly close to how we’re living now. In certain episodes, you can practically see how the episode’s reality could be ours even tomorrow. Since each episode has a different cast, story, and setting, you don’t even need to watch them in order and you can skip any episode that makes you feel uncomfortable.

There are six episodes, with at least two more confirmed to be made this year. Robert Downey Jr. even expressed interest in making one of the episodes (The Entire History of You) into a film. There’s also an episode that features Hayley Atwell and Domhnall Gleeson, two tumblr favorites, in a story that’s been compared to the movie Her in terms of themes.

Since some of the episodes are more chilling and shocking than others, if you have any doubts or concerns about triggers, I welcome you to come to me and ask. I would be happy to let you know what triggers a certain episode may have so you know if you need to skip it. However the show has yet to do any of the usual triggers (rape, gratuitous violence, gore, drugs, etc) since it relies on raw reality to shock you. Most episodes aren’t scary like a horror movie (perhaps one I can think of is), so you don’t need to worry about any jump-shots or monsters or gore. Just really tense moments that have you holding your breath wondering what they’re going to do next.

Go forth and watch.