wild at mind

What she says: I’m fine

What she means:  In one episode of The Fairly Odd Parents, Timmy’s dad stops wearing pants because as he explains, “Pants are for squares.” Was he referencing SpongeBob SquarePants? And another Fairly Odd Parents episode involves Timmy meeting the king of Atlantis, who says that he once ate an underwater squirrel. Holy shit, was that Sandy, or at least one of her relatives? In fact, an episode of Jimmy Neutron where Jimmy was swimming in the ocean showed a pineapple on the ocean floor. Was that another SpongeBob reference? We already know that Jimmy Neutron and The Fairly OddParents had a couple crossover specials. And remember when the Rugrats met the Wild Thornberrys? Or when iCarly and Victorious met up at Kenan Thompson’s house? Or when a Crash Nebula video game was seen in an arcade in Danny Phantom? Or when Drake and Josh’s nerdy friends Craig and Eric appeared at a convention to see iCarly? What about all those video games where multiple Nicktoons join forces to fight evil? Does this mean that all Nickelodeon shows exist within the same universe?

Here’s an idea, bear with me because it might be too radical, but a relationship between a bi woman and a man is still lgbtq+ representation because it is representative of a bisexual’s relationship, and bisexuals are part of the lgbtq+ community.

Fucking wild I know. I’ll let you take a moment to collect yourselves.

Don’t allow for fear to take over your life. Don’t allow for its intimidating glare to sway you. Don’t allow for its icy cold grip to stop you from achieving your wildest dreams.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin