My boyfriend broke up with me and my 80 year old, 5 foot tall, Indian grandmother told me that “there are lots of men…”

I thought she was then going to say “…in the sea” but she said “…they’re like flies” and made a disgusted face.

She hates flies.

I like the sound of your grandmother.




Everyone!!! Please please pleeeease do this petition! Info below:

So, everyone who’s read the PJO books and seen the movies know that the movies pretty much suck and don’t follow the books at all. Well, now we have a chance for them to be redone! If this petition gets signed enough, dreamworks will remake the PJO series into a cartoon series. An episode for each chapter, and a season for each book. I don’t know about you guys, but I am completely in love with this idea. Please please PLEASE check this out!

Here’s the link: http://www.change.org/petitions/dreamworks-to-re-make-the-percy-jackson-movies#share

If the link doesn’t work, google “petition to change Percy Jackson”

Please and thank you!(:

Yes please

This worked really well for the Redwall series, and I heard they planne dto do it with Warriors…
Come on, lets make some people happy!


Winnipeg police concerned about missing teenage sisters

Winnipeg Police say they are concerned for the well being of two missing sisters. Mary-Anne Hudson, 12, and her 14-year-old sister Nakita Hudson were last seen August 26 in Winnipeg’s St. James neighbourhood.

The sisters are known to frequent Winnipeg’s North End and shopping malls in downtown Winnipeg and Polo Park. 

Mary-Anne Hudson is approximately 5’5” tall, 110 pounds, with long brown hair and brown eyes. Nakita Hudson is 5’4” in height, 100 pounds with red hair and brown eyes.

Winnipeg police won’t say if the girls were in foster care or if they are from a particular First Nation. 

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250.


So basically all these separate posts are kind of combining into my head into this one epic fantasy series with mermaids and knights and dragons and pirates

where all the relevant characters are lesbians.

Avatar: The Last Airbender + text posts part 2 [part 1 here]

[Credit for screenshots here]


That’s the number of arrest warrants issued in Ferguson last year for nonviolent crimes. Compare that to the population of 21,135 people.

Ferguson is making bank off its own citizens

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Cards Against Humanity, Wincest Edition [insp]



i dont get offended at white people jokes even though im white because: 

  1. i can recognize white people as a whole have systemically oppressed POC in america, which is where i live 
  2. most people when they make white people jokes only mean the shitty white people and i am not a shitty white person 
  3. im not a pissbaby

my white friends that have reblogged this give me life


Five-year-old Navajo boy sent home from school for his long hair

A five-year-old boy who is a member of the Navajo Nation was sent home from kindergarten for having long hair.
April Wilson said her son, Malachi, was excited for the first day of school on Monday at F.J. Young Elementary in Texas. But he was disappointed when he was told the length of his hair violated school policy.

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It makes me happy to know I’m pretty much the same height as Spider-Man.

Wait, Tony Stark’s not really 6’6” is he? That must be with the armor.

For some reason, it weirds me out that I’m taller than Cap and Punisher and the Thing, but it would weird me out if I wasn’t taller than Tony.

 he’s 6’6” in his iron man suit.  616!Tony is around 6’1” or something out of his suit.


Why the fuck is Wolverine so short




This is the kind of world we live in today

If your suggestion as an administrator is to tell a teenage girl to go under the knife instead of telling a teenage boy to respect women, you are in the wrong damn line of work.

That school should be closed.

What a disgrace.




Antonio the Cava is a retired teacher. After 42 years of teaching he decided that he could do more by spreading the love of reading to children who were unable to get to a library. Thus, in 2003, he bought a second-hand motorbike and modified it to create a portable library that contains 700 books and has been traveling since then.

Each week he drives to the villages in the region of Basilicata in southern Italy. The sound of an organ announces his arrival. When they hear the song, excited children run to the mobile library for their next book. Antonio travels over 300 miles a month without any compensation, just to make children smile and invest in their futures. What an incredible inspiration he is. Thank you Antonio for all that you do!
via The Farmacy


Faith in humanity restored. For the moment.

Oh my goddess. This is beautiful. Have a happy story.
- Mod Helga





Nebula and Gamora

This looks like they’re launching into a Broadway-style antagonistic musical number a la Wicked.

I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought that



People who think James T. Kirk is exclusively heterosexual 










I find this hilarious since there have only been two whole episodes set in Victorian London since 2010. 

Ooh, that’s true actually. “The Crimson Horror” was largely set in Yorkshire, and most of “The Name of the Doctor” wasn’t even on Earth. The last one before “The Snowmen” (2012) was 2008’s “The Next Doctor”.

There have been exactly six episodes in the entirety of New Who set in the Victorian era

  • The Unquiet Dead - Cardiff Wales, December 24th, 1869, series one
  • Tooth and Claw - rural Scotland, sometime in 1879 with Queen Vicky herself, series two
  • The Next Doctor - London, December 24th, 1851, series four special
  • The Snowmen - London, December 24th, 1892, series seven special
  • The Crimson Horror - Yorkshire, sometime in 1893, series seven
  • Deep Breath - London, sometime in 1893 (possibly 94, I can’t remember), series eight.

Yes, half of those are bulked in the last twelve episodes. That tends to happen when you have reoccurring characters from that era. 

But that’s still a wide span of fifty years and several different locations. And still only six episodes out what currently totals as 105 episodes (if my math is right). Don’t see what there is to complain about.

I don’t know if they count considering they’re outside of Britain and don’t really use “Victorian era” tropes, but “Vincent and the Doctor” is set in France in 1890 and “A Town Called Mercy” is set in a pre-electricity age in the Old West a few years after an unspecified war (probably the American Civil War). Which just adds further diversity to the timespan and locations really.

There’s those too. Fascinating era, the second half of the 19th century. Lots of important things happening. Is it any wonder they keep coming back to it?

But still, with those two it’s only eight episodes out of 105. Which is less than eight percent of New Who.

I think Doctor Who may have done more with World Wars 1 and 2 than it has with the Victorian era, and they actually had a companion from the Victorian era at one point.