Inappropriate Island Song
I enjoy watching white boys not used to the word ‘homie’ trying to say it to their friends. “Wait for me, homies!” Yes. Wait up my brethren. My joyous companions, halt for me, for I am down with the hippity hop. We are chums are we not? The four and twenty, ablaze!
I’m on mobile but I bet you that’s either Jake English or Starfire
OH NO THE IMPENDING THREAT OF ACCESSIBILITY
SAVING PEOPLE FROM PANIC ATTACKS???? WHAT EVER WILL WE DO???? Think of the CHILDREN
Forever side-eyeing people who even think that “Trigger Warning” is a new thing. Fuck em all.
^Random question how long have they been around
i’ve been seeing them on fanfic introductions for 5 or 6 years, maybe longer. they’ve gotten a lot more popular as more sites added tagging options.
also, movie ratings
It is not against the law to secretly take photographs up a woman’s skirt in Massachusetts, the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled Wednesday. The court dismissed charges against Michael Robertson, who was arrested by Boston transit police for taking photos and videos up multiple women’s skirts or dresses on the subway.
The judges sympathized with the notion that a woman should be able to have a reasonable expectation not to have secret photos taken up her skirt when she goes out in public, but ruled that current state law does not address that. Massachusetts’ “Peeping Tom” laws, as written, only protect women from being photographed in dressing rooms or bathrooms when they are undressed. Since upskirt photos are taken of fully clothed women in public, they don’t count, according to the court.
“A female passenger on a MBTA trolley who is wearing a skirt, dress, or the like covering these parts of her body is not a person who is `partially nude,’ no matter what is or is not underneath the skirt by way of underwear or other clothing,” the court wrote.
Robertson’s lawyers defended his actions by arguing the photos were a matter of free speech.
1) Hey, judges. How are you? I know y’all have to “interpret the law” and shit like that, but can you for a moment gets your heads out from under your robes and get some fucking common sense and decency into them? 2) Are any of y’all named “Jesus H. Christ”? 3) You’ve just turned Massachusetts into Florida.
what if the pokemon center just sends your pokemon’s medical bills home to your mom and your mom just doesn’t tell you about them because she doesn’t want to burden her 10-15 year old child with the harsh realities of the world of westernized medical care
Screw the Great Pokemon War, or Lavender Town, this shit is the scariest Pokemon theory
Cosmo, you sexist piece of shit.
Oh boo. There’s Wanda, his wife, grinning evilly in the background as he’s saying it.
Besides, context is important. Remember what this episode was? "Queen for a Day." The one with Trixie Tang’s birthday?
The entire point of Wanda hitting Timmy with this wish was to teach a moral to him. Timmy was hitting a mental roadblock trying to come up with a birthday present for Trixie, not having a clue what “a girl” would want for her birthday. Cue the wish forcing him into a female body and… Still pretty much liking the exact same stuff. And as he later found out, Trixie liked the same things he did, even if gender norms didn’t fit for it all.
In the end, Timmy ends up giving Trixie the present she wanted in a comic book store, but fakes getting upset over it when he gives it to her because her friends thought it was only for boys. But, she WAS grateful.
And this moment? This right here? Our male protagonist, Timmy, is now getting playfully mocked by Cosmo for suddenly being a girl. That’s going to teach boys, through the eyes of Timmy, how stupid it is to be demeaning to females for being female.
This episode was basically a giant slap in the face to the idea of gender norms. And you’re still calling Cosmo sexist for reinforcing the moral, which is how stupid even casual sexism is?
Childhood is firmly not ruined, thank you.
It’s a sign of growing up that I identify more and more with Giles
We all become Giles, in the end.
I think we all aspire to be Giles, with less personal tragedy and fewer concussions.
Pretty sure it’s some kind of sign that I identified with Giles when the show was on the air and I was nineteen.