absolute garbage

punkurie:

*puts metaphor between cigarette* it’s a teeth

charmancler:

is that twilight

plasticbagvevo:

ketchupday:

plasticbagvevo:

never microwave a caprisun

what did you do

i microwaved a caprisun

queenofsideboob:

mrsmiawallaces:

This Vine gives me life

Fave

thatsplicingadventure:


This is probably the single best request we have ever received 

thatsplicingadventure:

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This is probably the single best request we have ever received 

heyfunniest:

is this even a kid show

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t understand transgenders. I honestly don’t. I feel like just the mere fact that someone wants to change their sex implies that they feel like the sexes are fundamentally different. In a sense, I feel like there is some sort of sexism that is tied to wanting to change your sex. (then again, maybe I just don’t understand transgenders)
Though no matter how I look at it, it seems to imply that they feel the need to be another gender to do certain things, as in they seem to be assigning gender roles.
I think that instead of “changing” their gender, people should embrace themselves. A feminine biological male should be proudly feminine as a male. No need to change their sex to do that. I feel like people should embrace themselves the way they were born, to fight gender roles and sexism.
Being male/female should not matter. Be whatever you want in whatever body you were born with. Be feminine, be masculine. Be gay, be straight. Grow your hair, be bald. Identifying as a female in order to be feminine or identifying as a male in order to be masculine exacerbates the gender role problem.

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t understand transgenders. I honestly don’t. I feel like just the mere fact that someone wants to change their sex implies that they feel like the sexes are fundamentally different. In a sense, I feel like there is some sort of sexism that is tied to wanting to change your sex. (then again, maybe I just don’t understand transgenders)

Though no matter how I look at it, it seems to imply that they feel the need to be another gender to do certain things, as in they seem to be assigning gender roles.

I think that instead of “changing” their gender, people should embrace themselves. A feminine biological male should be proudly feminine as a male. No need to change their sex to do that. I feel like people should embrace themselves the way they were born, to fight gender roles and sexism.

Being male/female should not matter. Be whatever you want in whatever body you were born with. Be feminine, be masculine. Be gay, be straight. Grow your hair, be bald. Identifying as a female in order to be feminine or identifying as a male in order to be masculine exacerbates the gender role problem.

the-unpopular-opinions:

Now I don’t mean this to be offensive, and apologies if it comes across that way, but it’s something on my mind.I don’t get transwoman, that constantly have to remind people that they’re trans. It’s always “i’m a transgirl, i’m a transwoman, i’m transgendered” etc. But like, literally, I don’t get the ones who feel the need to mention it every second of the day. Not a minute goes by, without then having to remind people again of it.I always presumed transwoman were biological males, who transitioned (or begun transitioning) to female, because of gender dysphoria, and that they saw themselves as female inside, so they simply started become one. They want others to see them as female, they want female pronouns. Which if course, is fine.But what I really don’t understand is why some want total acceptance as a female, but yet have to constantly describe themselves as trans? Why do you have to mention that? What’s wrong with just calling yourself female? If you want to transition, then transition. But if you constantly complain that you’re not being appreciated as female, but yet you yourself are the ones reminding everyone 24/7 that you used to be male, then you’ve gotta take some fault and credit for people not seeing you as a 100% woman, because you’re holding your own transitioning back, because you’re too caught up on the ‘trans’ part as a transitional stage (as an identity and label in itself) than you are the final result of your desired gender outcome. Otherwise, if you didn’t mention it, most people would assume you were female, you’d be happy with that, and we’d all get on with our lives.
You don’t need to constantly mention that you are trans in your bios. It just seems like attention seeking. If you want to be a woman, and live life as a woman, just start being a woman, and tell people that you are a woman.Being caught up in that transitional stage as an trans identity, and caring more about being trans than you do accepting yourself as a woman, is probably why you haven’t achieved full womanhood yet, and that’s probably why you’re still unhappy inside.
Why is this such a difficult concept?
You have to make a decision. Do you want to be seen as trans, or do you want to be seen as a woman? If you choose the former, don’t bitch about not being seen as the latter.
Inb4 ‘you cishets and your cispinions. But you know I’m right.

the-unpopular-opinions:

Now I don’t mean this to be offensive, and apologies if it comes across that way, but it’s something on my mind.

I don’t get transwoman, that constantly have to remind people that they’re trans. It’s always “i’m a transgirl, i’m a transwoman, i’m transgendered” etc. But like, literally, I don’t get the ones who feel the need to mention it every second of the day. Not a minute goes by, without then having to remind people again of it.

I always presumed transwoman were biological males, who transitioned (or begun transitioning) to female, because of gender dysphoria, and that they saw themselves as female inside, so they simply started become one. They want others to see them as female, they want female pronouns. Which if course, is fine.

But what I really don’t understand is why some want total acceptance as a female, but yet have to constantly describe themselves as trans? Why do you have to mention that? What’s wrong with just calling yourself female? If you want to transition, then transition. But if you constantly complain that you’re not being appreciated as female, but yet you yourself are the ones reminding everyone 24/7 that you used to be male, then you’ve gotta take some fault and credit for people not seeing you as a 100% woman, because you’re holding your own transitioning back, because you’re too caught up on the ‘trans’ part as a transitional stage (as an identity and label in itself) than you are the final result of your desired gender outcome. Otherwise, if you didn’t mention it, most people would assume you were female, you’d be happy with that, and we’d all get on with our lives.

You don’t need to constantly mention that you are trans in your bios. It just seems like attention seeking. If you want to be a woman, and live life as a woman, just start being a woman, and tell people that you are a woman.

Being caught up in that transitional stage as an trans identity, and caring more about being trans than you do accepting yourself as a woman, is probably why you haven’t achieved full womanhood yet, and that’s probably why you’re still unhappy inside.

Why is this such a difficult concept?

You have to make a decision. Do you want to be seen as trans, or do you want to be seen as a woman? If you choose the former, don’t bitch about not being seen as the latter.

Inb4 ‘you cishets and your cispinions. But you know I’m right.