this has been an awful awful awful week and shit just keeps going downhill

a-flying-emu:

bunniferbennett:

say it with me:

makeup is gender neutral

I whispered “makeup is gender neutral” out loud on the train and the guy next to me looked at me weird but then whispered “fuck yea” back

toxicnebulae:

white Americans being against immigration is still and always will be the greatest irony of all time

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zooophagous:

nannairb:

wonderingghostrabbit:

emmellie:

iwannabepartyyourworld:

klotzilla:

waltdisneyconfessions:

“I don’t think Gaston deserved to die. - And honestly, I think it was mostly Belle’s fault that he did. I read a fan fiction once that took place after he died, and when Belle returned to the village, the Bimbettes ganged up on her: “You had to go marry a prince! Gaston wasn’t good enough for you, huh?” - In all my conversations that I’ve had with my mom about my farcical love life, she’s established this one rule: never make a man feel like less than a man. And that’s what Belle did when she publicly embarrassed him. Nor do I think he deserved that either. I think that if Belle were really reasonable, she would have tried to be more amenable about it and have drawn a compromise between them,…that instead of marriage, they could be friends first, and then court, and he could learn to respect her boundaries. I also think that his advances were originally harmless, and he was being as charming as he could. Simply because he’s the “villain”, people automatically dislike him. Yes, he was a bit of a jerk. Only after belle humiliated him did he become terrible. But I like to think that perhaps there was deeper motive behind his pursuit of her that his tactless and forward manners overpowered. – I think that Belle was indeed judgmental and should have given him a chance.”

YOU BET YOUR HOLY HOT CAKES HE DIDNT DESERVE TO DIE :(!
I love Gaston…and Belle was honestly to blame like he said. Maybe I’m bias though, I’ve always loved Gaston and had a special place in my heart for him.
He didn’t deserve to die…but neither did Bambi’s mom, Ray, Mufasa, Ellie….everyone else Disney murderously kills for their own sick satisfaction.
But NO he didn’t deserve to die :(!

No. Please no. Belle shouldn’t have had to have any relationship with Gaston, no matter what pace it progressed at. She didn’t want him, that should be the end of story. He was to blame for his public embarrassment, he was so sure that Belle would do exactly as he wanted that he invited the entire town out of pride. I like the character of Gaston, i think he is interesting and has an awesome song, but that doesn’t mean i’m going to excuse his actions. He is a villain, and a scary one at that because he is real. So many people are put in Belle’s position and are met with reproach for ‘throwing away a good man’ or ‘not giving them a chance’.

^ he was pissed that Belle “friendzoned” him so he attempted to kill the one guy she romantically liked and put her father in an insane asylum. All because she refused his advances.

I sincerely hope the original poster reconsider their thoughts from reading those last two posts, if they ever did.

HOLY HELL OP YOUR MOTHER IS KIND OF ABUSIVE THEN IF THEY TAUGHT YOU TO VALUE YOURSELF LESS THAN OTHER PEOPLE. JUST CUZ MOMMY SAID SOMETHING DON’T MAKE IT TRUE.

Gaston died because he stabbed a guy and then tripped and fell off a roof if that doesn’t scream “I died because I was a fuckwit” I can’t fucking help you

zooophagous:

nannairb:

wonderingghostrabbit:

emmellie:

iwannabepartyyourworld:

klotzilla:

waltdisneyconfessions:

“I don’t think Gaston deserved to die. - And honestly, I think it was mostly Belle’s fault that he did. I read a fan fiction once that took place after he died, and when Belle returned to the village, the Bimbettes ganged up on her: “You had to go marry a prince! Gaston wasn’t good enough for you, huh?” - In all my conversations that I’ve had with my mom about my farcical love life, she’s established this one rule: never make a man feel like less than a man. And that’s what Belle did when she publicly embarrassed him. Nor do I think he deserved that either. I think that if Belle were really reasonable, she would have tried to be more amenable about it and have drawn a compromise between them,…that instead of marriage, they could be friends first, and then court, and he could learn to respect her boundaries. I also think that his advances were originally harmless, and he was being as charming as he could. Simply because he’s the “villain”, people automatically dislike him. Yes, he was a bit of a jerk. Only after belle humiliated him did he become terrible. But I like to think that perhaps there was deeper motive behind his pursuit of her that his tactless and forward manners overpowered. – I think that Belle was indeed judgmental and should have given him a chance.”

YOU BET YOUR HOLY HOT CAKES HE DIDNT DESERVE TO DIE :(!

I love Gaston…and Belle was honestly to blame like he said. Maybe I’m bias though, I’ve always loved Gaston and had a special place in my heart for him.

He didn’t deserve to die…but neither did Bambi’s mom, Ray, Mufasa, Ellie….everyone else Disney murderously kills for their own sick satisfaction.

But NO he didn’t deserve to die :(!

No. Please no. Belle shouldn’t have had to have any relationship with Gaston, no matter what pace it progressed at. She didn’t want him, that should be the end of story. He was to blame for his public embarrassment, he was so sure that Belle would do exactly as he wanted that he invited the entire town out of pride. I like the character of Gaston, i think he is interesting and has an awesome song, but that doesn’t mean i’m going to excuse his actions. He is a villain, and a scary one at that because he is real. So many people are put in Belle’s position and are met with reproach for ‘throwing away a good man’ or ‘not giving them a chance’.

^ he was pissed that Belle “friendzoned” him so he attempted to kill the one guy she romantically liked and put her father in an insane asylum. All because she refused his advances.

I sincerely hope the original poster reconsider their thoughts from reading those last two posts, if they ever did.

HOLY HELL OP YOUR MOTHER IS KIND OF ABUSIVE THEN IF THEY TAUGHT YOU TO VALUE YOURSELF LESS THAN OTHER PEOPLE. JUST CUZ MOMMY SAID SOMETHING DON’T MAKE IT TRUE.

Gaston died because he stabbed a guy and then tripped and fell off a roof if that doesn’t scream “I died because I was a fuckwit” I can’t fucking help you

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suarezalex:

okay seriously if you’re in a relationship or even a friendship and you find yourself spending more time crying out of sadness or arguing with them, leave them. i don’t care if they’re a modern day aphrodite/adonis or a gift bestowed upon you by the gods. toxic people are dangerous and i highly advise cutting them out of your life and finding someone who makes you laugh until you snort your drink out your nose instead.

discriminateagainstnerds:

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

your pasty ass was included on the list instead of someone who’s actually making a difference and all u got to say is “disappointing”

discriminateagainstnerds:

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

your pasty ass was included on the list instead of someone who’s actually making a difference and all u got to say is “disappointing”

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nikt-warty-uwagi:

Tumblr na We Heart It.
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becausebirds:

Talonssss

becausebirds:

Talonssss

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pictures from görlitz, germany where the grand budapest hotel was filmed

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Tags: queue

gimpnelly:

crinklesnsmudges:

alimarko:

We Speak is a poster and blog campaign featuring ten young women who are speaking up about their relationships with mental health and how it informs their identities. Part of Launch: Stamps School of Art and Design’s Senior Thesis Exhibition at the University of Michigan, it will be featured at Work Gallery - Ann Arbor in the exhibition opening on Friday, April 18th from 6-9. The show will remain up through May 3rd. 

In the past year, the ten young women featured in the poster portion of We Speak came face to face with the state of our mental health. Our stories, carefully and honestly written, are meant to start a conversation about a topic that many of us wish we could ignore. But these are our realities, and in sharing them, we want to start chipping away at the stigma that often keeps us feeling weak and alone.

In addition to the original ten participants, everyone is encouraged to consider sharing their own story about mental health. By contributing your experiences, you can help open the discussion about the importance of mental health and tear down the stigma that keeps it so hidden. By sharing this project, you can foster support.

We Speak blog | More information | Submit your story | Mental health resources | By Alicia Kovalcheck

This is an amazing project. We must be brave to speak with our hearts.

Please talk about mental health with those you love. It is one of the most important things to talk about as a human.

This is incredible. I have had all of those moments. There’s something really amazing about seeing them illustrated like this.

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  • 9pm: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 10pm: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 11pm: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 12am: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 1am: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 2am: "I'm going to bed now."
  • 3am: "FUCK."
  • 4am: "FUCK."
  • 5am: "OKAY."
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cloverblade:

thranduart:

cosplayadoration:

Hocus Pocus. / Costumes: Castle Corsetry / Models: Birds of Play as Winifred and Sarah Sanderson, Chrissy Lynn as Mary Sanderson & Strange Like That Cosplay as Billy Butcherson / Photographer: Joits Photography 

HNNNNNNNNNNGH

I SMELL..CHILDREN!

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Tags: Hocus Pocus