i’ve had this fantasy SO MANY TIMES
A good example of a rape joke that’s funny, in my opinion. Because the victim isn’t the butt of the joke, the ridiculous idea that our society makes it dangerous just to have a vagina is the butt of the joke.
emphasis mine because it’s WHAT I’VE BEEN SAYING ARUGHESIF
but fucking Wanda Sykes. What an awesome lady.
WANDA SYKES IS MY FAVE GUYS.
My boss showed her to me and a;sldfka;sf we just spent the entire shift watching her. GOSH SHE IS FABULOUS.
A widower’s tribute to his adored wife, in the form of a heart-shaped meadow, has grown in secret in the Gloucestershire countryside, until being discovered by a hot air balloonist
The Daily Mail reports that after Winston Howes’ wife Janet died 17 years ago at age 50, the farmer planted thousands of sapling oaks in a six-acre meadow in order to create a lasting memorial.
He left a heart-shaped area bare, marking the space with a large hedge. The point of the heart faces Janet’s childhood home, Wotton Hill. Daffodils planted in the center of the heart push forth in spring.
The meadow is not visible at ground level, and was a family secret - until balloonist Andy Collett accidentally discovered it last week.
Howes, now 70, told the Mail that he came up with the idea in “a flash of inspiration,” and that once it was completed (with the help of his son), he put a seat in the field.
“I sometimes go down there, just to sit and think about things,” Howes told the paper. “It is a lovely and lasting tribute to her which will be here for years.”
The two were married for 33 years.
imagine if instead of having facial expressions to show their emotions, people just shouted the name of their emotion at the top of their lungs
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And then you realize that, because of the man you voted for sticking up for the basic right to affordable health care, today millions of other people found out that they are going to be able to stop making the choice between food and medicine, and will get to experience that relief too. Thank you, President Obama.
I have no more press stuff going on — the 92.5 KiSS FM radio interview was the last thing I had to do.
This whole thing lasted an entire week, which is a hell of an extension on those 15 minutes Warhol promised.
I say this because I just did a count on how many followers I gained since the…
The thing is that you do have a pretty awesome legacy, I read some more of your tumblr just to find out if your genius extend outside of your job applications and apparently it does. Girl got good taste!
Did you hear back from the job? I definitely would have hired you based on that alone.
I had a teacher tell me that the energy that manifests in your life is the energy you feed. Meaning, that if you feed your fear, those things you fear will manifest. If you feed happiness, those things that make you happy will manifest. It’s an interesting theory. But one I tested and have thus…
Does anyone else still see a teenage dude and go “Oh that dude is my peer” or a gang of teens and think you’re on the same level? And all the while I’m looking at the dude diagonally across from me on the subway thinking “What a cutie!” at some 17-year-old guy, I’ve got like, some guy my age with…
I kind of get the opposite, like I’ll think people my age are really young ie if I see someone with a kid I’ll think ‘wow parents are getting so young’ then I’m like, no Jax, you’re just getting older. Like how things seem smaller as you get bigger..
"No woman is offended by politeness. I may sound old-fashioned, but I want to think all women should be treated like I want my wife, daughters, and granddaughters to be treated. I notice today that good manners—like standing up when a woman enters the room, helping a woman with her coat, letting her enter an elevator first, taking her arm to cross the street—are sometimes considered unnecessary or a throwback. These are habits I could never break, nor would I want to. I realize today a lot more women are taking care of themselves than in the past, but no woman is offended by politeness."
And it did not make me feel like I wanted to die. This may sound like a good thing, but frankly I’m a little disappointed!! The instructor asked at the start if anyone was new to zumba and me and a few other people put our hands up and she was saying to step out if we needed to and drink water and blah blah. I was definitely a bit terrified about looking like a twat and needing to stop and stuff.
I mean, looking like a twat wise that won’t really not be a problem. We had to change rooms at one point coz the room we started in had no windows and there was sweaatttt and the instructor was concerned about people slipping so we moved to a room with a mirror and at one point I saw myself and was like okaaay not looking at me again and then after that song she asked if we wanted the mirror and pretty much nobody did so luckily we changed where the front was. The thing is when it comes to dancing I think I’m always gonna look like a creeper who somehow knows all the moves, even when I’m giving it the whole ‘yeahh uh uh uh uhh’ thing. Ok that sounds weird, but you know, when you’re totally going for it and feel confident with it.
Anyway I definitely sweated LOADS but at no point felt like I NEEDED to drink some water or that I wanted to stop. I got a stitch towards the end but that wasn’t really exciting…
Maybe it’s because after so many years of doing dancey aerobics at various educational drama and performance based establishments, I’m used to the movement, the pace etc. But I think I’ve kind of been spoilt with ridiculously hardcore workouts at these previous places; I mean obviously not everyone is going to be able to take RHWs but I love the challenge, I love how breathtakingly tiring it is and the aches that last for the whole week afterwards.
That said, I only did it tonight and have yet to see what effect it takes on my body. I was just a bit disappointed not to be completely wowed by the experience! Fun but didn’t feel I exerted myself. Hm.
I definitely had this moment when I was about 14, even though I’d known forever about it..just sank in, mayyynnn.