but i'm sayin' though

what a great day to remember that the american education system continuously fucks over its students and then punishes them for it :)

Why are we not discussing these things about today’s G/M/S&G/M/S/More? Link saying to Rhett that he wants him to feel some emotions, any emotions, and continuing to say things like that throughout the episode. All of the flirting. The bit in G/M/S/More where Link mentioned Mexico and Rhett gave him an odd look before quickly making it about the prunes, Then stumbling over what he was saying about prunes being delivered to Link’s room, which included a room number that Link then said “Don’t give out my room number, I’m still there” and then Rhett said “That was my room number” and they just kinda...got quite and someone (stevie I believe) made a snickering/laughing sound before they started talking about the gummy again. and the bit about “Make us agree on something (their guess for the gummies) our relationship depends on it”
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Hotch/Reid + Text Posts (pt. 1)

(pt. 2 | pt. 3)

I have no clue what I hoped to accomplish with this.  I may do more, idk.

my favorite thing about Ore-sama Teacher is how everything is totally set up like it wants to be a reverse harem romantic comedy but that never really happens because everyone gets in so many fights they don’t have time for a love life

I mean I’m pretty sure like half the male characters have a crush on Mafuyu and I don’t think she’ll ever notice

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Patrick Kane - [74/88]

Listen up writers

Just so you know…

A “strong female character” does not have to be physically strong. She can be emotionally strong, mentally strong.
A “strong female character” does not have to be skilled in martial arts or any kind of weaponry to be badass.
A “strong female character” does not have to have a wall over her emotions in order to be strong. 
A “strong female character” does not have to have masculine traits for her to be seen by the reader as strong.

A “strong female character” is one who loves fiercely, whose strength lies in her heart and character, not just in her body. She fights for what she believes in, for those she loves, even if she is too physically frail to knock out the baddies. She can be intimidating enough to terrify a powerful sorcerer just by looking him in the face, not by any outward show of strength. no I am totally not talking about Sophie Hatter
A “strong female character” doesn’t have to fight physical battles in order to be strong; she can fight emotional ones too, those battles that involve no physical weapon but are heart-breakingly painful all the same. She may have walls, she may have known far too much pain for any one person to bear. But emotional strength does not mean not having emotions at all. Let her cry, let her scream, let her laugh, let her be vulnerable. Trust me, this is where readers often connect the most to a character: when they are most deeply and painfully human.
A “strong female character” has complicated and deep emotions that go far beyond heartbreak or anything romantic. She shouldn’t just be motivated by failed romance or a lost lover. Women have more relationships and passions than just romantic ones. They can be motivated by more than just romantic love. We aren’t all hopeless romantics. (okay I am, but that’s irrelevant) 
A “strong female character” develops when the author values the uniqueness and beauty of feminine traits and accepts that these are just as essential to human existence as masculine ones.

I really don’t like the way the plaid discourse is making us out to be…..it started out as a gentleman’s disagreement but now after years of hostility, brother killing brother, what has this war become? A torrent of attacks on the actors themselves, and yet we feel no shame?! Children are born and live and die all within the time we spend bleeding for a cause whose main point we drift further and further away from with every stone thrown in the name of Wyatt’s Prep School Punk Lowkey Reminiscent of Those Early 2000s Music Videos Where Everyone Agreed That School Uniforms Were In and They Were or Owen’s 90s Revival Earth Toned Masterpiece That Matches His Eyes and Neutral Skin Undertones For the Gods Just Like David Bowie Would Have Wanted. War has become a hell unto itself. The only victor of such an action shall be the entity which demands a democracy of well-mannered but opinionated aquaintences be turned to animalistic dogs of war at the drop of a hat, and such an entity will see the success of its scheme if we do not remember what binds us together: the love and appreciation of two boys who portrayed two of society’s many underprivileged groups of people who didn’t get enough fucking screentime for the amazing work they did because like what the fuck these were pivotal characters and yall are just gonna do em dirty like that?

Brother: I don’t see racism. I don’t see race either, we’re ALL American.

Me: Ah, racism still exists. We need to see race as not a negative, but a celebrative diverse thing. Did you not read a history book or do ya research? We Americans, yeah, but not everyone treated in that fashion.

Brother: Yes, but–

Me: Furthermore, America was built on the backs of slaves, on the genocide of the Natives, the blood of this country that bleeds red has not been fair nor has it been just. The rich white men, the founding fathers, all have benefited on the labor of those lesser to them.

Brother: That’s not tru–

Me: I ain’t about to hear some counter argument of the following, “Rich White men ain’t responsible.”, “Slavery don’t exist now.”, “Our founding fathers of uplifting the minorities.” because they certainly did not, “Other minority groups are racist.” Because lemme tell you, they’re not. Prejudice, yeah they can be. Hateful or spiteful? Sure, I don’t blame them any. But don’t go ignoring the issue of how flawed everything has been or why it’s like that because your brain snaps to defending white anything. Especially when the ones who “found” this place started the mess of one of the youngest country around these parts.

The Babysitter - Part 2

Part 1

A/N: STILL MORE SMUT. I keep accidentally writing smores instead of smut and it’s SUPER embarrassing. Anyways, due to VERY POPULAR DEMAND, there will be more than JUST TWO PARTS. :). SO HOLD ON TO YO BUTTS.

Ben came back a few minutes later. He looked absolutely furious. Okay, so he probably wasn’t upset about Anakin.

“You,” he hissed.

You stood up and grabbed his face. You took control and kissed him harshly. You wanted him so badly. You were so wet. He took your lower lip into his mouth and bit down on it sharply. You whimpered in appreciation.

“Do you want me to fuck you?” he spat as he ground his erection against your hips. He wanted you as badly as you wanted him. Was it even a question that you wanted what he was offering?

“Yes,” you groaned against his lips.

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That time Tracy talked about making fun of Dave, and his (non-existent) accent.

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The true meaning of this scene.