June232013

Definition Of Fangirling:

When you see your favorite character, actor, person, thing, ext. you get the uncontrollable urg of scream, squeal, screech, ect. and your heart starts pounding, your face gets flushed, and you end up talking way too fast.

Definition Of Fanboying:

When you see your favorite character, actor, person, thing, ext. your heart stops, you have a hard time breathing and speaking and are possiblely shaking all over.


Definition Of Fangirl:

Someone who fangirls around 70 to 99.99% of the time, When they see their favorite character, actor, person, thing, ext.

Definition Of Fanboy:

Someone who fanboys around 70 to 99.99% of the time, When they see their favorite character, actor, person, thing, ext.


Aka: Gender plays no role in being a fangirl or a fanboy!

Reblog if you are a fangirl and reblog if your a fanboy!

PS: Someone who fan girls 50% of the time, and fanboys 50% of the time, When they see their favorite character, actor, person, thing, ext. Can call themselves whatever they want.

June222013
12AM

Reblog if you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transgender or a supporter.

This should be reblogged by everyone. Even if you’re straight, you should be a supporter.

(Source: whatfaggot, via egyptswildrose-deactivated20130)

12AM

handmaidenofmoondoor:

Sometimes:

I only reply to certain threads because that’s what I have the muse for.

I take forever to write starters

Please forgive me for the fact that I am slow these days. 

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(via theguardianjackfrost)

June212013
9PM

sherrydarlingisalover:

notthehellyourwhales:

alaricsaltzbuns:

tomhiddlesbitch:

cancerously:

superblys:

anti-shipper:

the-greatest-companion:

castaneacreations:

thegoodlannister:

schwarzweis:

thegoodlannister:

My sister got me a Thor bobblehead.

This is what I did with it.

since I’m a serious grown adult, I have a reply for you

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ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I AM CRYING

legitimately crying

My Yoda bobble-head has something to say…

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it got better

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IT GOT SO MUCH BETTER

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THISSSSSSSSS

(via voodoo--taco)

9PM

lesbiaaans:

cpieng:

i love DOVE go fresh collection !!!!so much!!!super.!!..O« when my mother buy it first time …i was fall in love with the  flavor.(cry….just trying to draw the image of the taste..><!

i can’t believe you humanized dove soaps

i can’t believe it’s this amazing

(via voodoo--taco)

9PM

mycardboardbalcony:

ihititwithmyaxe:

Science!, simplified.

IT’S IN ENGLISH! I GET IT NOW!

(via voodoo--taco)

9PM
unknowingly-dead:

I love this!

unknowingly-dead:

I love this!

(Source: sky-walnutt, via dusha-mstitel)

8PM
8PM

rotg-multichara said: The silver haired girl returned a glance to the young man before her, watching his eyes closely. "Are you alright, Ryuu?" Her delicate fingers began to cup his forehead gently before biting her own lip a bit. "We should get you inside, it's snowing a storm out here" she knew that all very well, considering the fact /she/ was the cause of the whole ordeal.

"I do feel cold, but other then that I would guess that I am alright…" Ryuu answered her. His uncertainty showing in his puzzled expression. He hadn’t had anyone worry over him in years. It was rather strange for him. Memories of a time when he had people that cared clawed at his mind. He really didn’t want to remember them now. Shaking his head to clear his thoughts, Ryuu looked at Jackie with complete surprise at what she said. "There is somewhere we can go inside around here? Do you know where we are?" Ryuu didn’t bring a map when he left his house a week ago and has been lost since, so he didn’t even have the slightest idea of where he was.

7PM

fallingforkonoha:

I love how OCs are considered shitty on the spot

and canon characters are perfect

but I’ve seen canon RPers that have the writing skills of a toddler, and OCs that write like fucking gods

if you don’t support OCs, I don’t support you

(Source: frighteningforkonoha, via littlefoxdemon)

7PM
7PM

Dear everybody,

On Wednesday morning Kickstarter was sent a blog post quoting disturbing material found on Reddit. The offensive material was part of a draft for a “seduction guide” that someone was using Kickstarter to publish. The posts offended a lot of people — us included — and many asked us to cancel the creator’s project. We didn’t.

We were wrong.

Why didn’t we cancel the project when this material was brought to our attention? Two things influenced our decision:

The decision had to be made immediately. We had only two hours from when we found out about the material to when the project was ending. We’ve never acted to remove a project that quickly.
Our processes, and everyday thinking, bias heavily toward creators. This is deeply ingrained. We feel a duty to our community — and our creators especially — to approach these investigations methodically as there is no margin for error in canceling a project. This thinking made us miss the forest for the trees.
These factors don’t excuse our decision but we hope they add clarity to how we arrived at it.

Let us be 100% clear: Content promoting or glorifying violence against women or anyone else has always been prohibited from Kickstarter. If a project page contains hateful or abusive material we don’t approve it in the first place. If we had seen this material when the project was submitted to Kickstarter (we didn’t), it never would have been approved. Kickstarter is committed to a culture of respect.

Where does this leave us?

First, there is no taking back money from the project or canceling funding after the fact. When the project was funded the backers’ money went directly from them to the creator. We missed the window.

Second, the project page has been removed from Kickstarter. The project has no place on our site. For transparency’s sake, a record of the page is cached here.

Third, we are prohibiting “seduction guides,” or anything similar, effective immediately. This material encourages misogynistic behavior and is inconsistent with our mission of funding creative works. These things do not belong on Kickstarter.

Fourth, today Kickstarter will donate $25,000 to an anti-sexual violence organization called RAINN. It’s an excellent organization that combats exactly the sort of problems our inaction may have encouraged.

We take our role as Kickstarter’s stewards very seriously. Kickstarter is one of the friendliest, most supportive places on the web and we’re committed to keeping it that way. We’re sorry for getting this so wrong.

Thank you,

Kickstarter

“We Were Wrong” - Kickstarter Blog

A good apology.

(via thedukeoflions)

(Source: kickstarter.com, via 123deletingdarling-deactivated2)

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