i really hate these commercials

anonymous asked:

people acting like smart & pretty are mutually exclusive things messed with me a lot in middle school/early high school. i felt like i couldn't be smart if i looked pretty or cared about my appearance and it caused me to be very judgmental against other girls. I finally in my junior got over myself and since then have been embracing my femininity more and more, while still be very focused on my studies (currently pursuing a STEM degree!) but I still struggle with these two things and I hate it

It really can mess you up. I remember that commercial a little while back where the little girl was saying “this is your brain on glitter” and acting like enjoying glitter and girly things was making you stupid. Nothing short of brainwashing that makes girls feel shitty for the things that they enjoy. Doesn’t sound very feminist to me.

Me, sitting alone in my room: god I hate commercials

Inclusionists: wow really? Replace “commercials” with bi people and you’ve got fucking recycled biphobia rhetoric

Me: how did you get into my home

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The Conjuring 2 (2016) - James Wan

5 bullets on this film:

  • I usually like James Wan’s films, but I really hate commercial horror movies with too many special effects and the usual cliche story about a family who is haunted by a demon and blah blah blah. While I was waiting for The Conjuring 2, I had hope in my little heart. I thought ‘hey, maybe it’s gonna be an original movie!! It’s James Wan, afterall’. OH, DAMN, I WAS WRONG. The Conjuring 1 and The Conjuring 2 have literally the same plot/dialogues, only with different characters. 
  • The cinematography is good, but I didn’t really like the setting. It looked like the writer searched for ‘London during the ‘70s’ on Google and clicked on the first link that showed up.

  • I think the film would’ve been scarier if the ghosts/demons hadn’t appeared, because makeup and special effects are a huge turn off. Like, when you imagine a demoniac creature only in your head it’s super scary, but then, when it’s shown on the screen, it’s ‘meh’.

  • Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson were awesome, and the girl who plays Janet (Madison Wolfe) was really good. I saw some pictures of the real Janet and the actress looks almost exactly like her, it’s incredible. 

  • It was scary, but not ‘I can’t go to the bathroom because I’m scared of seeing satan on the mirror’ scary. That demoniac nun made me pee myself a little, though. And if you believe that the Enfield poltergeist was real it gets even scarier. I’m not gonna say I don’t believe it, because I don’t want any demons haunting me to prove their existence. Demons, back off. 

Emma & Graham / Swan & Wolf

OK THIS MAKES ME SO MAD THAT I’M GOING TO TYPE IT COMPLETELY IN CAPSLOCK.

I REALLY HATE THE FACT THAT MCDONALDS IS USING HIPSTERS IN THEIR COMMERCIAL.  HIPSTER TRASH PEOPLE ARE ALL VEGANS/VEGETARIANS. THIS MAKES ME SO FUCKING MAD. PEOPLE WHO EAT AT MCDONALDS ARE GENERALLY OVERWEIGHT (not always but the regular consumers are overweight)

USING HIPSTERS IN THEIR COMMERCIALS IS A BIG FAT LIE MAKES ME SO MAD.