The time has finally come for a FRIENDS reboot, and I propose:

  • Rachel (Candice Patton): is trying to figure out her life and discovering she is bi as fuck, still looking for a fairy-tale love-story but also decided to work hard as hell, never went to college because she was busy partying and travelling and now she struggles to pay her way through because she’s finally found her passion.
  • Monica (Jamie Clayton): really hard working, a little mentally ill, certified Mom Friend, she tries out to be in a season of Iron Chef.
  • Joey (Tyler Posey): terrible actor but a heart of gold, bisexual, stays friends with literally every person he sleeps with, Certified Stoner Friend™.
  • Ross (Andy Samberg): his fluke romance with Rachel ends up in true friendship, is still BFFs with his ex-wife (played by Brenda Song), really wants to tell you about this cool dinosaur, the Grumpy Dad Friend.
  • Phoebe (Gina Rodriguez):  the weird lesbian friend who has a lot of weird girlfriends through the series, probably ends up with Rachel, will play the ukelele at inappropriate times.
  • Chandler (John Cho): exactly like the original Chandler, except he’s played by John Cho and everything is good and right.

AESTHETIC MEME: [2/5] myths or mythical creatures: H a d e s  and  P e r s e p h o n e (requested by @aprohdites)
I asked him for it.
For the blood, for the rust,
for the sin.
I didn’t want the pearls other girls talked about,
or the fine marble of palaces,
or even the roses in the mouth of servants.
I wanted pomegranates—
I wanted darkness,
I wanted him.
So I grabbed my king and ran away
to a land of death,
where I reigned and people whispered
that I’d been dragged.
 “Persephone Speaks” by Daniella Michalleni

Militant veganism is inherently classist in assuming that everyone can afford to change their diets despite the high price of vegan food.

Poor people should not be guilted for being unable to afford what is frankly an expensive middle-class lifestyle.

You’re not gross for feeding your kids McDonald’s a few times a week because you have to pay bills and rent and the dollar menu is good value and children need food in their bellies no matter what food it is.

Veganism is a perfectly viable dietary choice - but it is a CHOICE and if you ever shame society as a whole for eating meat/animal produce you can go fuck yourself, frankly, because be aware of who you’re shaming in doing so.

Maybe help us get towards a social and economic position where poverty isn’t an issue and everyone is able to afford food before you attack the poorest parts of society for what food they buy.