this probably exists but i can't find it

my fans, my homies, my fam, don’t worry, I’m really okay now
—  Agust D “The Last”

gastervoider  asked:

The main problem about deflaggering "sensitive" posts are that there's no option to turn on/off safe mode or to vote if posts are or not sensitive on mobile Tumblr (at least I can't find those), so I can't help as much as I want :(

For anyone else on mobile, this page may help:

This is where I found out about the things I posted about                  well, partially

This page doesn’t actually SPECIFICALLY mention you need Safe Mode on >:v It’s just like “oh yeah these buttons will exist v(ovo)v”

Probably the biggest section of note is this:

“You can filter out any posts that contain sensitive content from your dashboard and search results by turning on Safe Mode. Here’s how:

iOS: Leave the Tumblr app for a sec and go to the main Settings app on your device. Scroll down and tap “Tumblr.” Look for “Safe Mode” and adjust the settings to match your comfort level.

Android: Go to settings: Tap the little person in the tab bar, then the gear icon in the top right, then “General settings.” Tap “Filtering,” then Flip the Safe Mode switch on.

Web: Go to settings: Click the little fella in the top bar, then click settings. Scroll to “Filtering,” and click the Safe Mode switch on.

If you find yourself wanting to see any particular item that’s hidden—and you’re over 18—there’s a “View post” button that allows you to do just that. (If you do that and discover the post was incorrectly marked as sensitive, there’s a button where you can let us know that we mislabeled it.)

Enabling Safe Mode doesn’t block or unfollow any blogs you have chosen to follow. It just gives you greater control over which posts you see and which ones you don’t.

Safe Mode is on by default for new users, and it’s always on for anyone under 18, according to the age you gave when you signed up (and rounded to the next whole year).”

Hope this helps

anonymous asked:

Puntastic anon--- *Looks at previous asks* Who in yaldabaoth's name thought it was a good idea to make a movie out of emojis... I am in pawe. No seriously I just found out about this and it probably gave birth to my first palace.

Tell me when you find out. LMAO The phans have already infiltrated my ask box. T_T Save yourself, a-nyan. 

myth-pony  asked:

Some people just can't handle dark humor. Probably the same people that get mad at deadpan jokes, and anti-jokes XD

To be completely blunt, and I’m sure you agree, but if someone doesn’t find Meet The Pones funny, then it isn’t made for them.

This blog exists to share a joke with people who already find this stuff funny, I will never understand people who follow this blog and send pointless messages saying they don’t enjoy it.

My only response is “so don’t read it.”

This isn’t me saying “if you don’t like it, screw you” it’s me saying “I enjoy dark humour, and I made a dark humour blog to tell dark humour jokes to people who like dark humour, so why complain that this dark humour blog tells dark humour jokes when you don’t like dark humour?”

Also, fuck off and die.

P.S. that was also a joke, anons, because it seems you can’t tell the difference.

deadbeat-lighthouse  asked:

Hi! I was wondering if you could please post a link or the title of a book that has more info on the demon teachers from the 16 century cult thing (like the owl one with them legs) I'd love to learn more but I can't find the info anywhere. Thank you!

Most of the stuff you’ll see floating around on the Internet comes either from the 16th Century grimoire Pseudomonarchia daemonum, or else from the 17th Century Lesser Key of Solomon. The latter basically lifts its list of demons wholesale from the former, though it supplements the material with seals and expanded rituals not present in the Pseudomonarchia.

(Both ultimately derive much of their material from the 15th Century French grimoire Livre des Esperitz. However, no translation of this work into modern English currently exists, so it’s probably not the best starting point unless you happen to speak medieval French.)

References follow:

Livre des Esperitz

Pseudomonarchia daemonum

  • Wikipedia article
  • Full text (this one’s quite excellent, featuring a side-by-side comparison of the original Latin with Reginald Scot’s 1584 English translation)

Lesser Key of Solomon

  • Wikipedia article
  • Full text (a combination of several English translations, primarily the British Library’s Sloane manuscripts and Robert Turner’s 1657 edition; the original text is not included in this link)

(As an aside, if you’re into Japanese console RPGs, you might recognise many of these beasties; most of them show up as pet monsters in the Persona series, more or less exactly as described in the Lesser Key.)

  • Euphemia: [can't find Suzaku in a crowd] I hate to do this but...
  • Euphemia: [cups hands like speaker] ZERO IS-
  • Euphemia: ... There he is.

anonymous asked:

Regarding your most recent post - a study by Smith (1985) shows that therapists tend to avoid working with black women because they view their issues as more environmentally caused and so not something to be dealt with in counselling. I find this mentality so disappointing... I don't understand not wanting to offer support to someone just because we can't "fix" their problems :(

Racism is an internalized, ubiquitous and interpersonal thing. Racism exists everywhere because it’s a foundation of our society’s structure. The sad part is that those therapists probably find these racist beliefs as some unfortunate truth that they cant see past and shouldn’t be expected to overcome. 

Think about all the professionals we go to, depend upon to use their “objective” knowledge to provide us with life saving/dependent services. (educators, doctors, law enforcement and as we are now seeing in the news, presidents.)  Racism and racist views, no matter how “colorblind” we think we are impact them and how we are treated by them as a result, and will keep doing so the more we ignore it.

We need to be more honest about the fact that racism and an inability to see past racist conditioning means that you aren’t qualified to do your job

Pacific Rim Starters
  • "Now we have a choice here: we either sit and wait, or we take these flare guns and do something really stupid."
  • "Today, we are canceling the apocalypse!"
  • "So where would you rather die? Here? or in a Jaeger!"
  • "One - don't you ever touch me again. Two -" don't you ever touch me again."
  • "Whenever I'd feel small or lonely, I'd look up at the stars. Wondered if there was life up there. Turns out I was looking in the wrong direction."
  • "Fortune favors the brave, dude."
  • "Now tell me what you want, before I gut ya like a pig and feed you to the skin louse!"
  • "You're squeezing me too tight."
  • "Don't get cocky."
  • "It's not obedience, it's respect."
  • "He's a Kaiju groupie. He loves them."
  • "I imagined him differently."
  • "Only my mother calls me doctor."
  • "I asked you not to refer to me by my first name when I'm around others."
  • "Well, with worldwide destruction a certain alternative... Do I really have a choice?"
  • "Then say it with me, my man: "We're gonna own this bad boy!""
  • "Empty the clip! Empty the clip!"
  • "Numbers are as close as we get to the handwriting of god."
  • "Vengeance is like an open wound."
  • "Today we face the monsters that are at our door."
  • "Well, my father always said, if you have a shot, you take it. So let’s do this."
  • "Suits and ties and flashing smiles. That's all they are."
  • "Where is my GODDAMN shoe?"
  • "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do, brother."

My inbox is now just a mixture of people sending me messages that read “Welcome To Nightvale” and “Crucifix Nail Nipples”.

I’m pretty certain I’m living in social media gothic horror at this point tbh.

bespokephoto  asked:

Wow! Remove the beam from your own eye. "stopwhitepeopleforever" is in itself a token of your own racism. Saying racism against whites doesn't exist, does not in fact reflect reality, or make it go away. You are actually promoting racism. Add to that your assumption that all people are racist, based on their white skin- I can't think of a clearer example of your own racist beliefs. But you'll deny it, and probably produce another ad hominem attack rather than face the issue within yourself.

How come you crackers can find the ask button but not the link that explains why racism against white people isn’t real?

anonymous asked:

I just wanted to tell you ladies that I am very glad to see the site back up after the hiccup this morning! I came to check in like usual, only to find the- this website doesn't exist, message. My eyes widened in horror and I actually gasped like a girl in a gothic mystery novel. I love checking in through the day to see the news, quotes and the very beautiful pictures. Love you, ladies! Don't ever go away!