1. scribbledwriting:

    Requirements to be a writer:

    1. Have a story idea
    2. Write down story idea
    3. Feed off of reader’s tears

    Congratulations! You are now a writer.

    Reblogged from: yeahwriters
  2. Reblogged from: supernaturalapocalypse
  3. nowyoukno:

    socialjusticekoolaid:

    (9.23.14) — Another morning in Amerikkka. Somebody thought it would be fun to desecrate the Mike Brown Memorial early this morning. I… I really can’t even. #staywoke #farfromover

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    Here’s a picture of some cops watching the memorial burn although there seemed to be no police at the scene when the fire department arrived.

    Reblogged from: goatlovr
  4. 
#THE WAY HE GETS UP AND LOOKS AROUND LIKE HE MISSED ANOTHER 70 YEARS OF HIS LIFE
    Reblogged from: thespywhospies
  5. themediocre-clarinetplayer:

jettara:

auplaz:

Alright guys, this shit got me heated. 
So today as I was getting ready for school, I get a call from my youngest sister’s elementary school clinic. My sister gets on the phone and tells me she is sitting out of class because her skirt is too short. “You need to bring me one that goes down to my knees, they said,” is what she told me.
Quick recap: My sister is eleven years old, in fifth grade, and has some mental and physical disabilities. She’s the tallest girl in her class. Also, the dress code states her skirt must be down to her fingertips, not her knees.
When I get there, I insisted I see her instead of just dropping her stuff off. I was not suprised to find her with a skirt obviously within the rules of the dress code. I asked her what class she was missing and she told me math. She’d been sitting out for atleast twenty or thirty minutes while she waited for me to come.
She only learns things at about a third of the pace as everyone else in her class. Even missing this short amount of time means missing a lot of information for her. Just to recap: she has to sit out of class because of the length of her skirt. She can’t even just sit in her classroom while she waits for me, because apparently that’s too distracting. To whom, you ask? I can’t really tell you. Are ten year old boys, fifth grade boys already old enough to be sexualizing her to the point that they were going so insane with horniness that they had to whisk her away until she could put on something ‘decent’. 
So not only are the sexualizing a fifth grader, they are giving her different rules for the dress code based on her height and making her miss valuable class time. This bullshit needs to stop. Eleven goddamn years old and she’s already being taught her body isn’t her own anymore, that she’s being too provocative if she wears a skirt to the same standard as all the other short, skinny girls in her class just because she looks older.
As a P.S., I would like to point out that she is already bullied because of her disabilities. Pulling her out of class and making her change is even more of an embarrassment, and only leads to more teasing. 

Signal boost, my niece went through the same thing.

this shit makes me so pissed off.
fuck every school that does this bullshit.

    themediocre-clarinetplayer:

    jettara:

    auplaz:

    Alright guys, this shit got me heated. 

    So today as I was getting ready for school, I get a call from my youngest sister’s elementary school clinic. My sister gets on the phone and tells me she is sitting out of class because her skirt is too short. “You need to bring me one that goes down to my knees, they said,” is what she told me.

    Quick recap: My sister is eleven years old, in fifth grade, and has some mental and physical disabilities. She’s the tallest girl in her class. Also, the dress code states her skirt must be down to her fingertips, not her knees.

    When I get there, I insisted I see her instead of just dropping her stuff off. I was not suprised to find her with a skirt obviously within the rules of the dress code. I asked her what class she was missing and she told me math. She’d been sitting out for atleast twenty or thirty minutes while she waited for me to come.

    She only learns things at about a third of the pace as everyone else in her class. Even missing this short amount of time means missing a lot of information for her. Just to recap: she has to sit out of class because of the length of her skirt. She can’t even just sit in her classroom while she waits for me, because apparently that’s too distracting. To whom, you ask? I can’t really tell you. Are ten year old boys, fifth grade boys already old enough to be sexualizing her to the point that they were going so insane with horniness that they had to whisk her away until she could put on something ‘decent’. 

    So not only are the sexualizing a fifth grader, they are giving her different rules for the dress code based on her height and making her miss valuable class time. This bullshit needs to stop. Eleven goddamn years old and she’s already being taught her body isn’t her own anymore, that she’s being too provocative if she wears a skirt to the same standard as all the other short, skinny girls in her class just because she looks older.

    As a P.S., I would like to point out that she is already bullied because of her disabilities. Pulling her out of class and making her change is even more of an embarrassment, and only leads to more teasing. 

    Signal boost, my niece went through the same thing.

    this shit makes me so pissed off.

    fuck every school that does this bullshit.

    Reblogged from: hydeandfreak
  6. unwinona:

atticusblackwolf:

always reblog

WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE

    unwinona:

    atticusblackwolf:

    always reblog

    WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE

    Reblogged from: laurelhach
  7. kyra-lord-of-dystopia:

    poorhornycat:

    professor-sweetpea:

    jumblejo:

    oldfilmsflicker:

    The best of The Mayhem Guy from the Allstate commercials

    okay, but where is, “I’M THE SMARTEST RACCOON I KNOW”

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    better

    Okay good i didn’t want to reblog this without the racoon one


    the raccoon one tho

    Reblogged from: bottledgreenfairy
  8. burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

    croatoan-fallen-angel:

    NotWhatSherl?

    NotWhatSherl

    this makes me so uncomfortable

    Reblogged from: serendipacious-wallflower
  9. unwomanlythoughts:

    microaggressions:

    When a financial institution asks me my “mother’s maiden name” as a security question. Because it’s assumed that I have at least one and no more than one mother in my life AND that she married AND that she gave up her own name AND that that part of her identity was erased enough from my public history so as to be a password to access my private information.

    Holy crap, I never realized.

    Reblogged from: lovesheeps
  10. Reblogged from: serendipacious-wallflower
  11. assbutt-in-the-garrison:

    hatewizard:

    “THEY WERE JUST TEENAGERS” idk man I was a crazy, stupid, reckless, and unstable teenager but not once did I ever get the urge to kidnap, drug, and rape someone

    AFUCKINGMEN

  12. breadsigh:

    please friendzone me. I want to be your friend so badly

    Reblogged from: milindso
  13. tomriddl:

    when i find myself in times of trouble, remus lupin comes to me speaking words of wisdom

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    Reblogged from: thebrightestwitchofheryear
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