this is your geography lesson for the day fucktrucks
i don’t understand people who are against gay marriage and use the statement “i just couldn’t see myself marrying someone of the same sex” well 1) fucking duh you’re straight and 2) gay marriage isn’t about you special snowflake.
when i was in fourth grade we were doing a math lesson and all of a sudden the teachers like “have you ever seen a pregnant bird” and everyones jsut like “no” and then she slams her hand on the table and screams “THATS BECAUSE THEY DONT EXIST” AND ONE KID IN THE BACK JUST BLURTS OUT “WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH MATH”
so we had 3 bottles of shampoo and 0 bottles of conditioner
then mum came home excited that she bought ten bottles of conditioner on sale
it turns out she bought shampoo
now we have 13 bottles of shampoo
and 0 bottles of conditioner
here’s another fun little tidbit
the shampoo she bought is for premium blonde to sand dune coloured hair
i am your child have you ever sEEN ME WE ARE ASIAN GODDAMNIT
what if we just created a fandom for a tv show that doesn’t exist and we build it up really big and make a ton of inside jokes until the internet just accepts it as a real show and it starts getting included in polls and gets it’s own imdb page and a group of outsiders go crazy trying to find dl links
Did I ever mention that time me and my friends combined forces to form Will Smith?
Fun fact: this movie makes me fucking cry.
Here’s a test:
I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding a fetus in the other.
I’m going to drop one. You chose which.
If you really truly believe a fetus is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.
Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.
Because you’re aware there’s a difference.
Now admit it
babies cry because they know how much debt they’re going to be in once they graduate from college
im very accepting i have friends from all 3 hogwarts houses that arent my own
this film was a masterpiece
Doctor Who: Then vs. Now
Thanks so much, Moffat.
Again, we have to remember to gather perspective. In the second one, the Doctor is talking to a monk who had sworn off women and likely thought them sinful by nature. It was a joke about how that character viewed women. I’m not by any means saying Moffat’s perfect, but in this instance I don’t think we need to jump down his throat.
Also he’s talking on a phone.
Just a little out of the correct time period for a piece of technology that allows you to talk to someone across the world in near real time, huh?