so over the top but i loved it

the true beauty and the beast ‘gay moment’

  • “who needs her when you’ve got us?”
  • “it’s never going to happen ladies”
  • “I’m not done with you yet” - “me neither”
  • LeFou looking dreamy and biting his bottom lip when Gaston says “picture it LeFou (…) adorable children running around while my love rubs my tired feet”
  • LeFou’s dreamy look turning into a frown the second Gaston adds ‘but what does Belle say?”
  • the whole Gaston song
  • “LeFou you’re the best. How is it no girl has snatched you up yet?” - “I’ve been told I’m clingy, but I really don’t get it” + the Look
  • the nose boop
  • the dance with Stanley at the end

basically pretty much all the lefou scenes were gay because he’s gay af it wasn’t even subtext it was obvious and subtle at the same time goodbye

When you thought you'll lose your job because of KPop

This is a looooooong ass post.

Okay. It’s actually because of frustration over ‘music elitists’ looking down on Kpop fans.
I was in my office,working and finishing up some AY end paperwork when a professor (not the one i love) entered my room without any sort of permission to borrow my vacuum.
I let him be and was about to hand him the vacuum when he laughed so loud it drowned BAP’s Warrior. When i asked him what the problem is, he said he never thought i had such cheap taste in ‘music’ (he did use air quotes) and proceeded to shame me for liking such ‘mediocre, predictable, and tasteless pieces of sh*t’
I just cant take that, you see.
So as calmly and composed as i could be, i walked forward, handed him the vacuum, and held his shoulder gently while saying….
“Sir, with all due respect that you think you deserve, I give zero fucks over your opinion. Take what you need and please get the fuck off my office”
I guess he saw something in my eyes and he scurried away.
The next day, the dean called me because the Professor reported the incident and she wants to know my side of the story. So, i told her. And she let me off with a cheeky grin and an order to listen to Highlight’s new song. YEP. The dean is a B2uty. Lol

So. Yeah. I just wanted to share that.
Dont let anyone shame you for liking a genre of art, literature, music, movie, or television programs. It’s your preference and source of enjoyment (and sorrow). Yours. It may not conform to their seemingly snobbish and elitist standards but if it makes you happy and it doesnt inconvenience others, go with it. DO WHAT YOU WANT AND TO HELL WITH THEIR OPINION.

okay. That’s it.

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AVAILABLE AUDIOBOOKS (updated 3/25/17)

Feminist  Books

Margaret Atwood: The Handmaid’s Tale

Laura Bates: Everyday Sexism

Jessica Benett: Feminist Fight Club: An Office Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace

Kira Cochrane: All the Rebel Women: The Rise of the Fourth Wave of Feminism

Angela Y. Davis:  Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

Roxane Gay: Bad Feminist: Essays

Audre Lorde: Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches

Catilin Moran: How to Be a Woman

Catilin Moran: How to Build a Girl   

Caitlin Moran: Moranifesto

Kate Harding: Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture - and What We Can Do About It

Jack Holland:  A Brief History of Misogyny: the World’s Oldest Prejudice

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie : Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: We Should All Be Feminists

Phoebe Robinson: You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain

Gloria Steinem:Moving Beyond Words: Essays on Age, Rage, Sex, Power, Money, Muscles: Breaking the Boundaries of Gender

Rebecca Traister:  All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation

Jessica Valenti: Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman’s Guide to Why Feminism Matters

Jessica Valenti: Sex Object: A Memoir

Jessica Valenti: The Purity Myth: How America’s Obsession with Virginity Is Hurting Young Women

Jessica Valenti: He’s a Stud, She’s a Slut, and 49 Other Double Standards Every Woman Should Know

Lindy West: Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman

Naomi Wolf: The Beauty Myth: How Images of Beauty Are Used Against Women

Mary Wollstonecraft:  A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

LGBTQIA+ Authors

Dorothy Allison: Bastard Out of Carolina: A Novel

James Baldwin: Notes of a Native Son

Ellen DeGeneres: Seriously … I’m Kidding

Laura Jane Grace: Tranny; Confessions of Punk Rock’s Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout

Tig Notaro: I’m Just a Person

Funny Women

Samantha Bee: I Know I Am, But What Are You?

Ellen DeGeneres: Seriously … I’m Kidding

Tina Fey, Bosspants

Mindy Kaling: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)

Mindy Kaling:  Why Not Me?

Jessi Klein: You’ll Grow Out of It

Tig Notaro: I’m Just a Person

Amy Poehler: Yes Please

Issa Rae: The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl

Rocking Women

Carrie Brownstein:  Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl: A Memoir

Kim Gordon: Girl In a Band: A Memoir

More Memoirs  

Maya Angelou: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Carrie Fisher: The Princess Diarist

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: My Own Words 

Taraji P. Henson: Around the Way Girl: A Memoir

Zora Neale Hurston: Dust Tracks on a Road: An Autobiography

Angie Martinez: My Voice: A Memoir

Hillary Rodham Clinton: Living History

Hillary Rodham Clinton: Hard Choices

Sonia Sotomayor: My Beloved World

Gloria Steinem: My Life on the Road

Amy Tan: The Opposite of Fate: Memories of a Writing Life

Elizabeth Warren: A Fighting Chance

Elizabeth Warren: This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class

Mara Wilson: Where Am I Now? True Stories of Girlhood and Accidental Fame

Novelists & Short Story Writers

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Americanah 

Isabel Allende: The House of the Spirits: A Novel

Jane Austin: Pride and Prejudice

Lucia Berlin: A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories 

Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre 

Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights

Kate Burton: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Octavia Butler: Parable of the Talents

Octavia Butler: Kindred

Octavia Butler: Parable of the Sower 

Louise Erdrich: The Round House: A Novel

Cristina Garcia: Dreaming in Cuban

Nadia Hashimi: The Pearl That Broke Its Shell

Maxine Hong Kingston: The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts

Jhumpa Lahiri: Interpreter of Maladies

Doris Lessing: The Golden Notebook

Zora Neale Hurston: Their Eyes Were Watching God

Leslie Marmon Silko: Ceremony

Leslie Marmon Silko: Almanac of the Dead 

Leslie Marmon Silko: Storyteller

Gloria Naylor: Women of Brewster Place

Gloria Naylor: Mama Day

Gloria Naylor: Bailey’s Café

Ann Patchett: Commonwealth 

J.K. Rowling: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 

Zadie Smith: Swing Time

Amy Tan: The Joy Luck Club

Amy Tan: The Kitchen God’s Wife

Amy Tan: The Bonesetter’s Daughter

Angie Thomas: The Hate U Give

Toni Morrison: Home: A Novel

Toni Morrison: Sula

Toni Morrison: Song of Solomon

Toni Morrison: Beloved

Toni Morrison: The Bluest Eye

Toni Morrison: Sula

Ntozake Shange: For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf

Alice Walker: The Color Purple

Virginia Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway 

Virginia Woolf: To the Lighthouse

Virginia Woolf: The Waves

Virginia Woolf: A Room of One’s Own

Non-Fiction and Political Writers

Michelle Alexander: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States: Revisioning American History 

Rachel Maddow: Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power

Reshma Saujani: Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World

Margot Lee Shetterly: Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race

I woke up today at 2:30 in the afternoon, immediately thinking “GOD I love JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure but I feel strangely frustrated about it right now” so y’all are getting a wall of text about it.

I will forever be disappointed in the way Araki wrote Jotaro before part 6.

I did like Jotaro during parts 3-4 (mainly because a) he’s attractive, b) he’s voiced by Daisuke Ono, and c) his assholeish/badass moments were so tropey and over-the-top that it was amusing) but I never truly LIKED him as a character until part 6, when we saw how his stoicism and overpowered stand completely backfired on him and made him weak and more realistic.

Most of his character before part 6 consists of random quirks that made him a tiny bit more interesting than just a typical “jerk with good intentions” archetype: he likes the ocean, he fusses a lot over his clothes, he’s a bit softer towards children, etc. But he barely got any depth in terms of his character or just how he felt about the shit that was happening to him, because Araki either doesn’t write out his thoughts (and when he does, he’s just thinking about how to get out of the situation he’s currently in, like “when DIO resumes time I’ll beat the shit out of him!!”) or just skips over the parts where Jotaro might’ve had some genuine feelings about something other than getting angry, profusely sweating, or going “yare yare daze.”

Jotaro could’ve been so much better as a character if only Araki paid less attention to him being badass and more attention to how he felt on the inside. Seriously, part 3 is about him as a 17-year-old boy going through all this heavy shit like his mom being on the verge of death and half of his squad dying, yet his reaction to any of this was just a zoom in to his face and him going “tch.” You could argue that this was his thing, that he’s supposed to be inexpressive, and that little reactions like this were how he showed he cared, but listen: clearly this didn’t work out because half the fanbase thinks he’s a stale piece of bread because of how stoic he is. 

There’s just so many things that Araki left open that would’ve given him some much-needed characterization:

  • Was he ever concerned that any member of their party could die at any time?
  • Since he and Kakyoin were both Japanese high schoolers, how close was their friendship?
  • Did he ever see Kakyoin’s corpse after the SPW foundation recovered it?
  • When he went back to school, did people ever ask him where Kakyoin went?
  • How does he feel about owning the same stand that killed Kakyoin and almost killed Joseph?
  • How does his relationship with Holly improve after part 3? Did he ever apologize to her?
  • What was his relationship with his dad and do they ever see each other again?
  • How close did he and Polnareff get after the Egypt stuff, since they were the only crusaders left other than Joseph who was becoming old and fading?
  • How did he feel when Polnareff was “killed” by Diavolo?
  • Did he ever learn that Polnareff was alive the whole time but is now trapped inside a turtle as a spirit for the rest of eternity?
  • How did he meet his wife and why did he marry her?
  • What was he feeling when Jolyne was born?

TL;DR Jotaro is the poster boy of JJBA so he should have and could have been the best JoJo in my eyes, but he wasn’t, and for a teenager who can’t write for shit I have unreasonably high and unrealistic expectations for a manga about dudes fighting each other with punchghosts that was literally written as it was being published weekly.

Me to myself after writing this and feeling like an absolute fool:

The twins

So I’m laying in bed so full of cum after spending the morning with Matt and mark. The twins are 28 and can last for hours in bed. They have always done everything together and that includes fucking me.

They showed up just after breakfast and lead me up to the room daddy set up specially for the family to use. Matt pulled my shirt up and over my head while mark stripped. Mark pushed me on my back and spread my legs. As soon as mark touched my clit I was moaning. Matt watched as he removed his clothes then climbed onto the bed by my head. Matt rolled my nipple while pushing his hard cock into my mouth. With Matt fucking my mouth and mark working my clit with his tongue I was cumming so hard. Once mark felt me cum he pulled me on top so I was sliding down his cock and Matt was pushing deep into my ass. The twins love to fuck hard and rough. As they fucked all I could do was to hold on and give into the feeling of their hard cocks pounding my ass and pussy.

They switched so I was facing Matt. Mark pulled my ass down on his cock and I scream I was cuming. Matt pushed into my pussy and they fucked me until they shot tons of cum into me.

More to come…..

anonymous asked:

I actually think the boys will be asked not to comment on Liam publicly or not so over the top, because as much as we'd be laughing at how shady. If bg doesn't end I think the it could turn into they love Liam more than Louis though we know it's not true. I think it would be too obvious

I actually said to someone earlier that I think them saying something about Liam would make the fakeness of babygate even more obvious than it already is to people actually paying attention and using their brains, so it won’t surprise me at all if they stay quiet for that reason.

Meet the most over-the-top sneakers we’ve ever seen: “I know these sneakers are kinda silly. They say things like ‘I love pizza pasta and music,’ and 'So fab!’ on them, and yet, it’s the exact right kind of Italian maximalism that I totally get behind. They are, you could say, coo coo bananas, and should only be worn with a cleavage-y printy floaty Dolce dress (and a crown!). They’re also unbelievably expensive, which makes me want them that much more. In order to afford these sneakers, I’d have to give up my cell phone plan for about seven months—meaning I wouldn’t even be able to show them off on Instagram. And if you can’t put them on the 'gram, do you even really own them?” — @lapantin #livingofframen
📷: @jakerosenberg


Dracaena Lemon Lime (Dracaena Deremensis

aka Snake Plant, unofficially. A new species I haven’t featured yet on my blog before!

I first bought this from Kroger, both crammed into one single pot. After I brought them home, they initially were really struggling and dying down and I wasn’t very happy with my purchase. It was hard to love a plant that was gaining streaks of brown and dying away and refusing to grow.

However, over time one of them recovered and has been growing more and more new leaves! The second one (in the top photo) has been recovering a little more slowly but it has stopped dying so that’s something! This species is so sensitive to change that it’s taking a while for it to get used to the new place with new light sources.

Hope you guys enjoy this new species!


1000 followers gift

i don’t even know what to say, thankyou so much for your support. pardon my absence for this little while, school work can sometimes just take over and i can’t figure a way of getting back. this took quite a while, but its totally worth it for you pals. I love hearing from you and being in this community, so once again- thankyou  ★~(◡‿◡✿) *new merged download link at the bottom*

Veggie Jumpas’

a selection of comfy winter tops, featuring a few shoutouts to the veggies.they say:

1. “grass fed” 2. “veggie-saurus” 3.”vegan” 4.”eating veggies for christmas” 5.”vegetarian” 6.”#veganpower” -this is the one in the preview.

new mesh. suitable for all genders ❤

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Big Belted Bad Boy Jeans

featuring holes, wOw!1 to give you those chilly legs this winter

suitable for all genders ❤

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Swishy Skirts

i just wanted something simple that you can wear with some tights, 

suitable for all genders ❤

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Smile for a While matte lipsticks

i wanted a cute lil’ selection of weird colours. voila!

i think you’ll need get together. 

suitable for all genders ❤

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Get em’ all in one

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo is one of the best kdrama of all time and it continues to be overlooked as hell. It doesn’t even rank top 20 in Korea despite having one of the most well-written, organically developed plot AND characters for a kdrama. This is the first kdrama I’ve ever seen where they actually show a healthy, supportive relationship between the main leads without using over-exaggerated storylines to drive the romance. Also it’s one of the few Korean dramas that actually talks about mental health issues without downplaying it or use it as a plot device for ratings. I honestly love this drama so much and it deserves so much more love. It’s so fluffy and fun but also serious and relatable when it’s important. 

things klaus mikaelson’s extra dramatic ass has done

  • wrote a letter to caroline again like who does that in our time and age
  • also donated his fucking heart to her cause it always belonged to her since the moment he saw her
  • praised her again calling her noble and admiring her cause really klaus can’t believe caroline is real
  • told her again that he wanted to meet like boy we all know you’re desperate for her but you’re taking it to a whole new level
  • his lame ass said ‘’someday’’ and ‘’HOWEVER LONG IT TAKES’’ again cause he remembers every conversation he had with her cause he is a nerd and he loves her so much
  • he literally told her that his whipped ass is waiting for her still and always will
  • he finished with ‘’Yours Klaus’’ we all knew that but still ‘’Yours Klaus’’
  • Matt's live stream from October: Pumpkins man... man oh man I love pumpkins. I can't believe I forgot about my pumpkin. I wanna dress up like a pumpkin for Halloween. Ugh nothing tops pumpkins.
  • Matt's live stream for February: Candy man... It's just so good. How could you not like candy? Who are you? Have candy on this day! Don't go over the top but like... eat candy. It's all about the gosh darn candy. Ugh nothing tops candy.

some altean! lance headcanons i whipped out for my friend

  • lance is rlly flexible ,,, like r l l y flexible so when pidge n shiro show him yoga he can do so many difficult poses with ease and keith walks in on him stretching and he just turns the fuck around bc he’s a m e s s
  • he doesn’t see why keith gets so red whenever he wears a tank top ?? like dude u ok ? yEAH JUST I GOTTA GAY I MEAN GO
  • lance is super flirty all the time but he rlly only flirts with keith which makes keith question
  • he loves attention so he always drapes himself over keith and is like tell me im pretty and keith goes all red and is like “you’re very pretty lance” and they both bLUS H LIKE IDIOTS
  • he PI N E S ,, like if he sees keef doing something rlly cool or hot he’ll replay it over and over again and he’ll whine to allura about how unfair it is that keith is super hot and pretty
  • he’s super touchy, like he’ll hold ppl’s hands all the time or drape his arms around them but he only gets flustered when he holds keith’s hand
  • one time he ‘accidentally’ kissed keith and just fucking bOL T ED
  • after that keith finds him and kisses him again and they’re both blushy idiots in love 

As a lover, Prince is the best. I’ve spoken to many women who have been to bed with him and they all say the same thing. Prince is something different, something special. He’s uninhibited and wild, in and out of bed, but he can also be tender. Love to him is pure instinct and he’s got the most amazing inner confidence.

During our time together, we became so close it was frightening. It was a deep, intense relationship and sometimes a love-hate one. I often hated the fact that I loved Prince so much. He can get away with the craziest, most bizarre things that other people wouldn’t dream of doing.

One night, for instance, we were at a James Brown concert when Prince suddenly climbed onto his bodyguard’s back and rode onto the middle of the stage knocking over some equipment and singing at the top of his voice. With him it’s always ‘here I am and there I go.’, while everyone else sits back and watches in stunned amazement.

Another time we went to an awards ceremony in Los Angeles. On the way there we drank a bottle of champagne in the back of the car and got very merry. When we arrived, we staggered up this sweeping staircase, hanging on to each other, then rolled all the way down in front of all the well behaved superstars.

I wanted Prince all to myself and he’s not the sort of guy you can hold on to. When it comes down to it, I’m basically an old-fashioned girl who believes in fidelity and trust. I didn’t need other men. I wanted only Prince, and for him to want only me. One day I found out he was seeing other women while we were together and I confronted him with it.

I screamed and cried and pleaded, but it didn’t do any good. So I left Minneapolis without telling anyone where I was going. I still loved Prince, but I knew that our relationship was over. I suffered, but it was the only way, there was nothing else I could do.

It’s difficult for me to watch Prince on the screen. I can’t bear to go and see Purple Rain because I know I’ll break down in tears. I saw the video for When Doves Cry and I just bawled. I still adore him and I don’t think I’ll ever get over him. Not only because he’s so special, but also because I see him everywhere on posters and television all around the world. I’ve had no contact with Prince since we split up.

I’ve had plenty of lovers over the last two years, but none of them have meant anything special to me. They were all casual affairs. I’m finding it hard to meet anyone who can live up to Prince.

-Vanity, New Straits Times (June 13, 1985)

gif source: Alexa De Venus

I appreciate the fact that the Disney XD formula has been “confident, over-the-top chaos-bringing optimist + soberer, more rational companion who keeps the former somewhat grounded” (Mabel : Dipper, Wander : Sylvia, Star : Marco), and then you have Milo Murphy, who’s so next-level in terms of destructive influence that he requires Two of them. 

Water Under the Bridge

Summary: Going through a rough patch, you and Bucky separate. And you determine whether your relationship can go back to what it was.

Word Count:2,560

Warnings: None.

A/N: So, I really love this song and I have had this idea for quite a while. I hope you all like! Thank you to Kumi for looking over this for me! @mellifluous-melodramas 

“Catch for us the foxes,
The little foxes
That ruin the vineyards,
Our vineyards that are in bloom.”
Song of Songs 2:15

It started with the small things. Things you brushed off and left for later, miniscule details that became thorns stuck inside your flesh over time.

Bucky wouldn’t separate the colors from the whites whenever he did laundry. You’d order the wrong pizza topping. He’d leave the coffee grinds inside the machine overnight and you’d be in a hurry the next morning and would have to clean the entire coffee machine before using it. You’d forget to buy milk even after using the last bit of it and not tell Bucky there was none, forcing him to not eat cereal even when he had poured himself a bowl.

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