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But seriously think about it. It’s become more than a social norm for teenage girls to hate their body. Its become a social obligation. Any girl who admits to loving their own body is narcissistic, big headed, really thinks she’s something. If that’s not proof how how the patriarchy is literary destroying teenage girls’ self confidence I don’t know what is. 

Dear Genji mains...

As a Mercy main I believe many of you don’t spam healing. There are many (toxic/trolls) players that don’t specifically use genji to spam healing even if they don’t need it. I realized that most of you Genji mains have a reputation ruined because of memes :’) but I will heal you when I see your hp low or when you tell me to do so once. Also after healing just say “Thank you” (it’s not hard to be thankful) that’s all what healers ask for. ♡

Originally posted by nanoboosts


REQUESTED | V quickly understood it despite the oblivious message from Jumin.

little-lucifer-motherfucker  asked:

Hey newt. I was wondering do wizards know about dinosaurs and evolution and all that stuff or not, and if they are why is it never mentioned??

Hello!  Evolution is well known and debated amongst the magical community, with a few undisputed facts of our own.  Such as how some ‘dinosaurs’ could breathe fire, and aren’t quite as extinct as muggles have been led to believe.

As to why it isn’t mentioned- I would discuss that with your professors if I were you.  It really should be in all curriculums.  


Today Yemeni bodega and restaurant owners across the five boroughs closed up shop in protest. My little corner of Brooklyn has many Arab and Muslim-owned businesses—especially Syrian, Lebanese, and Yemeni (shout-out to my beloved Damascus Bakery!)—so I wasn’t surprised to see several of them shut today, including the one I go to most frequently.

But the streets in my neighborhood were bustling this afternoon: I passed big groups of people holding flags and signs and heading towards Borough Hall, where a solidarity rally would be held this evening. I showed up before the official start time and hundreds of people were already there, packing the steps of Borough Hall and waving American flags. I saw someone say later that they’d never seen so many American flags at a protest, and I’d say the same. It was an endless sea of red, white, and blue.

I’ve always had the privilege to scoff at flag-waving patriotism. Two generations removed from immigration to this country, it’s something I could always take for granted. But I’m hard-pressed to remember a moment where I’ve watched people chant “USA! USA!” and wave American flags and felt so moved. It doesn’t take much for me to cry these days, but still. To embrace a country whose government is actively trying to reject you—to cheer for it wholeheartedly—takes an extraordinary amount of courage.

A man held a sign that said: “Brooklyn my home. Brooklynites my family. United we stand.” Fellow New Yorkers: let’s make sure we fight like hell to let him know that we feel the same way about him.



eunwoo’s a big fan of moonbin, who posts singing and dancing covers on youtube + tumblr. they’re mutuals. eunwoo finally gathers up the courage to message moonbin, they talk, and eventually agree to meet up and do a collab.

my mom made a facebook post that was like “i ran over someone with my car today lol” and then this image:

i was like “can’t tell if joking or you’re celebrating how you murder people with your car now”

turns out she ran over a spongebob toy that fell off someone’s car in front of her. i’m like “jesus ma, you have to add those details to the post so ppl don’t think you’re a serial killer”

sana can take noora and go chill w/ the boy squad tbqh the girl squad can fuck off