Live everyday like it's your last.

malefistache-swan3ills:

How can anyone ship OQ after he was such a jerk? He was rude and prided - as if Regina was begging him to cheat on his wife.

Since when is pride a bad thing?

He would not cheat on her nor leave her because he is a man of honor. He knows Regina needed to be reassured of his feelings for her, but that he couldn’t break his vow. He had to diminish her hope after reassuring her that what they had was real. That’s not easy. He’s also still grasping the situation. His WIFE who birthed his child, who he LOVED, who he MOURNED, is back. That’s not easy to let go of. If he was to cheat or up and leave her in a new world where she isn’t familiar, he’d be considered supreme dickhead king of all dickheads and that’s not something you would want to bring into a new relationship. I wouldn’t date a guy who would leave someone for me because in the back of my mind, I’d worry he’ll eventually leave me.

ebol4:

maybe I’m just ignorant, but fraternities have always just seemed like a breeding ground for subhuman scumlords to me

the-glitter-clit:

Parenting done right!

the-glitter-clit:

Parenting done right!

spookyshep:

sarahsupastar:

absolute-bollocks:

half-doomed-and-semi-sweet:

koblala:

im-in-lesbians-with-tony-perry:

soliloquyn:

therothwoman:

Can we talk about how Hairspray is a story where a not-conventionally-attractive girl gets the hot guy in the end without having to Become “Pretty.” Because we need more stories like that.

It’s also story about breaking down the barriers of racism which we also need more of.

And it’s about nice hair and cheesy dance moves, more things we need more of

It’s a movie where John Travolta plays a chic, which we need more of

No. We don’t need more of men in roles which should have gone to plus size women.

Actually, the role was written as a man playing a woman because it’s a pantomime technique so it’s not like the movie purposely discriminated, It was literally just written that way and it’s probably one of my favourite comedic techniques.

Actually, the role was written as a man playing a woman because in the original Hairspray movie the role was played by Divine, a radical and influential plus-size drag queen. It is in honor of that original casting and in Divine’s memory that more recent stage and movie adaptations of Hairspray have continued to cast Mrs. Turnblad as a man in drag.

FYI the original Hairspray is still the best.

charryheart42:

babyimreckless:

mi-fanno-bella:

sixpenceee:

walrusex:

fangirlingoverdemigods:

catiescutiecorner:

noplacelikedisney:

mortisia:

1. Frankenweenie (2012)2. Corpse Bride (2005)3. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 



IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICED THIS

I’ve been cheated my whole life.

"Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Not necessarily in that order." - Tim Burton.

WHAT

Wait… What?!

YOU STOP THAT

uuuuh……

charryheart42:

babyimreckless:

mi-fanno-bella:

sixpenceee:

walrusex:

fangirlingoverdemigods:

catiescutiecorner:

noplacelikedisney:

mortisia:

1. Frankenweenie (2012)
2. Corpse Bride (2005)
3. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 

IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICED THIS

I’ve been cheated my whole life.

"Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Not necessarily in that order." - Tim Burton.

WHAT

Wait… What?!

YOU STOP THAT

uuuuh……

hush-little-heart:

Me

jinxyourself:

qkarissa:

skiesfullofstars:

johannamanuela:

The same unique expression. 40 years time difference.

This is probably the greatest post I have ever seen on tumblr. Ever.

She’s still so beautiful.

she is stunning .

evienator:

octoberrainfall252:

Not taking any chances

I scrolled past this and the guilt was too much

evienator:

octoberrainfall252:

Not taking any chances

I scrolled past this and the guilt was too much

tashabilities:

willow-wanderings:

thebicker:

^^^^^HOW PRIVILEGE WORKS.

YES THIS IS EXACTLY IT.

Duh

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Why you should follow Denny’s on Tumblr

exvind:

scribblingbearcat:

kammartinez:

Author John Scalzi was on a roll this morning (currently 7:14 AM, 26 Sept. 2014) with a tweet he found from some guy sending out an “ultimatum” to women to “make a choice” between feminism and, well, men like him. So Scalzi launched into a truly magnificent set of scorchers, which I’m posting here for the delectation of people everywhere.

Also: I would like to thank that guy for setting the ultimatum. It makes finding a boyfriend so much easier when the undesirable ones wear a placard identifying themselves.

DAMN SON

There is no problem that sass cannot solve

wordssetinstony:

disneyprincessanna:

joeycontemporary:

in case it hasn’t hit you yet: Tiana is the first Disney Princess from America.

Bitch, please 
image

I can paint with all the colors of your ignorance

overlypolitebisexual:

im SO SICK of hearing about how feminism “helps men” i don’t care why do they need to be reassured that they will benefit from it before they can support us fighting for basic human rights and liberation

janetmock:

Frankly, the mischaracterization of the glorious Mrs. Huxtable as “benign” and “reassuring” turned me into an angry black woman. One of Clair’s most admirable qualities — something I took notice as a child growing up in the early ’90s — was that she never bit her tongue. Her ability to express her frustration with the world and slay anyone in an argument, including her husband, her children and any person who disagreed with her views of the world, was aspirational. And seeing this vocal and sharp portrayal of a black woman and TV mother on primetime was revolutionary.
—from my latest essay, In Defense of Clair Huxtable & the Angry Black Woman In TV & Beyond

janetmock:

Frankly, the mischaracterization of the glorious Mrs. Huxtable as “benign” and “reassuring” turned me into an angry black woman. One of Clair’s most admirable qualities — something I took notice as a child growing up in the early ’90s — was that she never bit her tongue. Her ability to express her frustration with the world and slay anyone in an argument, including her husband, her children and any person who disagreed with her views of the world, was aspirational. And seeing this vocal and sharp portrayal of a black woman and TV mother on primetime was revolutionary.

—from my latest essay, In Defense of Clair Huxtable & the Angry Black Woman In TV & Beyond