i got sense

This better not turn into one of those “kids these days are weird lol things were so much better when we were young” sort of things. I may not be a kid anymore, but that sort of attitude still ticks me off, especially since people still think it’s cool to treat millennials like that :\ Looking at you, Rhett.

“I wanna say that this is ridiculous.” I KNEW IT >.> Look guys, just chalk this up to being a generational thing that you, as almost 40-year-old men, don’t understand. Yeah, your childhood was different, but the world was different then. No need to criticize.

Okay, them all singing together and ending up in the same place was kinda cute.

Sometimes I wonder just how much of a smartass Link was as a kid. It’s a wonder he never got into any fights.

Holy crap, this girl hoisted Link in the air before smacking him? :o Daaang…

“She was into those chipmunk cheeks.” >.> …but you still have those, Link.

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Crippling insecurities and carelessness get the better of us all, even Kings

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David Tennant and that GRIN!!
…or perhaps it’s an impish smirk

  • Dazai: So how did you get into a car accident?
  • Atsushi: Well, we were driving and there was a deer in the road that Akutagawa didn't notice. So, I said 'Akutagawa, deer!'
  • Akutagawa: ...
  • Atsushi: And you want to tell Dazai-san what your responce was?
  • Akutagawa: ...
  • Akutagawa: (sighs)
  • Akutagawa: 'Yes honey?'

anonymous asked:

you said in your post about color blindness that the first two are more common in men is there a reason for that or..? I'm curious

(Anon is referring to this post) Yes there is a reason! Red-Green colour blindness has two subtypes; deuteranomalia and protanopia. Both of which are significantly more common in men, and this is all to do with genetics and how it is inherited.

We all have 23 pairs of chromosomes, half from each parent. You’ll notice, however the 23rd pair differs from the rest. This is beacause it determines whether the individual is male or female, so it is called the sex chromosome. Females have XX and males have XY. 

You’ll notice the X chromosome is much larger than the Y chromosome and this is because in addition to carrying genes that determine sex, it also carries genes that code for non-sexual characteristics, including that for red-green colour blindness. Okay so now I’m going to assume you have a vague understanding of what a recessive/dominant allele is, if not, this page gives a pretty good explanation. 

I’ve made a quick graphic to sum up the next part because it can be a bit confusing:

Crucially, the gene that causes red-green colour blindness (shown in red) is recessive, so females need two copies of the gene to express the trait & be colour blind. The probability of this is low because if a female has a dominant allele on her other X chromosome (white), that will be expressed instead and she will have full colour vision. For this reason, red-green colour blindness is not very common in women (present in less than 0.5% of white women).

However, since men have the XY chromosome pair and not XX like females, if they have the colour blind gene on their only X chromosome, it will be expressed anyway. There is no corresponding dominant allele to override it. As a result, it is much more likely for a male to be colour blind (seen in 6-8% of white males).

This explanation became a hell of a lot longer than I expected but I hope this makes sense, genetics can be confusing af so I tried to break it down as much as possible. Other X linked traits include haemophilia (where blood can’t clot properly), and baldness. 

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BSD WEEK:  Day 7

Option A: Anything you like!

I actually did this a while ago but only decided to post it now. Anyways heres some BSD bbys and their genderbent counterparts wearing some outfits I felt like drawing ^_^

It’s been a really fun week! 

Step one is sometimes the most important step

Rogue: I go to pick the lock to the church

DM (Me): You put the lockpick into the lock, and after a few seconds you notice that it feels different than most other locks you’ve picked

Rogue: Shit this isn’t good

Druid: I cast detect magic!

Me: You don’t notice any sort of magic affecting the lock

Bard: Should we go in through the window?

*general muttering in agreement*

Barbarian: Hold up, I’m just gonna try the handle. I’ve got danger sense so if it’s trapped I’ll probably be okay.

Me: The door swings open. It was never locked

Queue everyone making fun of the Rogue for the next 2 hours

“I want a LGBT film that has well  rounded characters” 

“I want a LGBT film that has an interesting story”

“I want a LGBT film that has good subtext”

“I want a LGBT film that has a happy ending”

“I want a great LGBT film”

Watch.

The. 

Handmaiden.

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G U Y S  The thing Warren is wearing is called a ‘Bum Flap’!!

It reduces abrasive wear to pants and provides protection, but they’re often worn as a punk fashion statement :D