don't pay attention to her


Remake of this gifset because bless the new gif size limit.

allypatally  asked:

This little old lady came to my register and gave me her business card and usually I don't pay attention to this kind of stuff but this time around it was worth the attention. She sells a pretty intense form of pepper spray and tasers. They also come in versions where it looks like a flashlight (but can also be used as a flashlight). Her business is called Damsel in Defense (which is brilliant btw). I'm pretty sure you can order from online... Hope this helps those who might need it.

so... I’ve turned off anon

Within the span of an hour I received 12 (TWELVE!) anons about the preview. All expressing some sort of concern about Olicity reuniting in this season. Disregarding anything I’ve posted about it previously. I answered this question. Repeatedly. 

I don’t know what else you guys need me to do. 

I’ve said this so many times I feel like a broken record, but here goes. One more time for the books. The show doesn’t concern me. The narrative paints a clear picture. The interviews don’t worry me. They’re constructed to make us doubt and wonder (and they do a good job with some of you). Getting piled with twelve anons in an hour all asking the same question (more or less), however, makes me wonder what I’m even doing here. 

No one listens to what I say. They want me to answer their specific question, even if I’ve answered so many others that are worded rather similarly. My previous ”yes, I believe they reunite in s5″ response is constantly called into question.

“What about now?”

“Do you still think this?”

“How about now?”

Yes, I still do. No amount of anons in my inbox is going to make me think otherwise. However, the constant barrage does steal what enjoyment I’m getting out of this. I can’t sit and go “yes, it’s all finally happening” without someone in my ear “do you still think they reunite??”

I understand some of you need more reassurance. Believe me, I got the memo. And I don’t want to belittle that need. I understand why people are worried. What I do not understand is why no one takes me at my word. Why I am continually asked this same question over and over and over and over? Can’t you read my blog, look at my previous responses and say, “okay, I guess she still believes”? 

I’m gonna guess the answer is no so I’m turning off anon. I just want to enjoy these last two eps. I’ve been patient and waited a long time for them. 


twenty years from now my kid will come running into the room crying and screaming and throwing things onto the floor and I’ll stand by all horrified and ask over and over “what happened” and they’ll just look at me with betrayal in their eyes, throw the complete box set of avatar the last airbender at me and whisper, “you liar…zutara wasn’t endgame. HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN, HOW COULD SHE END UP WITH AANG what about all their chemistry” and I’ll get down real slow and hug them and stroke their hair as they sob. And then I’ll say emotionally, “But they’ll always be together…” Pause as I take a deep breath and place my hand over my heart, “in HERE”

anonymous asked:

I had Gay feelings today. Girl 1 and girl 2 were walking by me and girl 2 said "hey girl" to get my attention and she pointed to girl 1 saying "she's a lesbian." Girl 1 said "don't pay any attention to her, but you're pretty though" and she didn't disagree with being called a lesbian and I????? I was so happy??? For the rest of the day???? Im gay

thats gay,,,, also how do i get a lesbian to tell me im pretty,,,, you have been Blessed you are so lucky anon

anonymous asked:

Who is most likely to date a puppy like girl ( I hope it doesn't sound weird hehe)? I mean in ways like, she's always excited to see them and clings to them a lot, she always wants their attention and whines if they don't pay her attention and she always thinks about them, gets confused easily and lost. I hope my words made sense to you hehee

Okay, most to least likely to date a puppy-like girl, here we go! <3










(This is my opinion)

Originally posted by delightfullyfree95

anonymous asked:

Dear Miru, why is there a lack of fem!SwissAus on the Internet? Thank you, oh goddess of goats and adorable ships.

My dear child I do not know, I guess it has to do with Switzy not having an official nyo!design and the alignment of the stars or some obscure BS like that.


I will gladly accept the title of Goddess of the Goats. Bring forth my golden goat waggon and let me ride into the sunset.


Oh man, I ended up having WAY too much fun drawing this! XD This was a quick little art trade I did for Artistic-girl. I hope you like it! 0u0

Despite the fact that I can’t draw girls, Lord Dominator was REALLY fun to draw, even if it took some getting use to. Lord Hater is the best! I had a blast figuring out how to draw that mug of his. >u<

Remember Maya's first speech to Lucas...?
  • <p> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b></b> Hi, I'm Maya - Girl Meets World pilot<p/><b></b> You're really cute - Girl Meets Sneak Attack<p/><b></b> We should hang out some time - Girl Meets Rules<p/><b></b> You make me happy - Girl Meets Creativity<p/><b></b> You don't pay enough attention to me - Girl Meets Jexica (You looked at her and said something so now you have to look at me and say something to me)<p/><b></b> This isn't working out - Girl Meets Triangle<p/><b></b> It's you, not me - Girl Meets Upstate (It doesn't matter who you picked, 'cos no matter who you picked, you picked Riley. You pick her, you got Riley. You pick me, you still got Riley 'cos that's who I've been lately.)<p/><b></b> We can still be friends - Girl Meets Ski Lodge Part 2<p/><b></b> Not really - *ALL THE EPISODES TO COME* when Maya and/or Lucas gets hip to the difference between their perception of love and their real feelings<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>

pixelchics  asked:

hi! i seen a post saying how it's offensive to have a muslim character be oppressed by their family, and i was just wondering if you thought this was ok: an important character in my story is a teen muslim girl, and she lives in scotland with her mum and dad. they love each other lots but their daughter feels a little lonely bc her parents don't pay a lot of attention to her bc they're out together a lot. they don't totally neglect her, they're just not there as much as my character would like

Portraying Muslim Parent-Child Relationships

Initially, my response to this scenario was irritation. This comes from years of being not too subtly probed for evidence that I might be lying about being on good terms with my parents, and about my Muslim extended family being good, nurturing people and not isolating, enslaving fanatics.

Though there are important stories to be told from those who do not necessarily experience a happy family life - such as the narrative of forced marriage within my friend Aisha Saeed’s debut, Written in the Stars - I still get bitter and disappointed when I see someone trying to press on the tired stereotype of the distant, troubled Muslim family.

My advice when asked about family dynamics is usually, “If you have no reason to make it troubled, make it happy.” I know too many Muslim teens who get depressed and disheartened when they read YA narratives that make their family lives out to be completely irredeemable.

However, that said, there are still sad narratives that must be given their share of attention. What I want to say is, they don’t speak for everybody - particularly as Islam encourages marriage and children, for those who want it, in the name of love, fulfillment and nurturing for every member of the family.

At least in the families I’ve known - such as my Desi family, Turkish relatives and Afghani close friends - there is a strong need to spend time with children and be aware of what’s going on with them, worry about their education, etc. But of course, I think that depends on culture as well as Islamic interpretation. Like we always say, we aren’t a monolith.

-Mod Kaye

Like Mod Kaye said, there is a severe shortage of positive representation of Muslim families. That being said, in places like Saudi Arabia and especially among the higher classes busy/social parents can often be neglectful of their child, not out of any harmful intent, but simply because they are often quite busy and have nannies hired to take care of the children. 

The point is, no two countries (even if both are majority Muslim countries) have the same culture, so consider all of that when deciding on why this family is neglectful. If there isn’t a good reason for it other than creating a conflict for the protagonist, please do reconsider.

-Mod Yasmin