Survival is the exception.

Arden. Grad student. Bipolar. Chinese-American. Survivor. biromantic asexual. Ravenclaw. Starfleet Science Officer. Fire Nation Nonbender.


20
Sep

relax-o-vision:

*gravitates towards the meanest female character on the show*

*sits*


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20
Sep
shitsqerssay:

Should I take a number, or….?

-Mod Caz

shitsqerssay:

Should I take a number, or….?

-Mod Caz


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20
Sep

decepticonsensual:

wordsofdiana:

Oh, so that’s how they’re killing off Wolverine.

Got to admit, I would probably also choose that hill to die on.


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20
Sep

done:

it’s 2014 why can’t we teleport to certain places yet


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20
Sep

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion

This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.


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20
Sep

"Je suis prest. ‘I am ready.’ But ready for what?"


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20
Sep

ophelia-rising:

emilysidhe:

eatmystardustloser:

I don’t think so, haven’t done it at any weddings I’ve been to. I think it’s something ppl do on tv/movies tbh

See I figured that too, but then this sign keeps popping up in my feed. And it seems really dumb to make a sign to tell people to do something if they were going to do it anyway?

I think it might actually be a tri-state area thing.  Having a bride’s side and groom’s side of the church is pretty normal around here.

Having a bride’s side and a groom’s side of the church is VERY traditional all across the deep South. I grew up as a preacher’s kid so I went to a lot of weddings, and it wasn’t unusual to see signs like this at ceremonies that didn’t have dedicated ushers, especially at ceremonies where one family/friendset was expected to be much larger than the other. It would be tacky to have the bride’s side packed with her eighty-bajillion cousins and all their children if the groom’s family was very small (and so there would be this gaping open space on one side while the other was packed like sardines… awkward!). So this sort of sign was a way to avoid an uncomfortable social situation.

I had no idea although I’m not surprised this is a Southern thing. Is there a reason?


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20
Sep

caswithashotgun:

caswithashotgun:

"if you don’t consider breasts sexual organs then why do you care if i grab them"
well EXCUSE ME BUT IF I JUST STRUTTED UP AND GRABBED YOUR EAR AND FELT IT UP LIKE MMMM YEAH BABY I BET YOU HEAR REAAAL GOOD WOULD YOU NOT BE UNCOMFORTABLE

glad to see y’all spreading the word


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20
Sep

iamilex:

adventuresinchemistry:

I know this is horrifically late, but I made one of these for the science side of tumblr!

oh my god SHIP, LOOK!


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Sep

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