meeshay:

toboldlystop:

the fact that lee pace can play him

image

and him

image

and him

image

continues to boggle my mind daily.

What a great photoset.

(via cloudy-raccoon)

iamawinrar:

lulu-cifer:

curvyybetch:

ed-pool:

Actors revisit their famous roles in normal attire

Yes

WAS THIS AT COMIC CON?!!

totally unrelated to the blog but this is awesome lol

(via therogo)

jayce-thedefenderoftomorrow:

League of Legends rivalries (by Riot Artist Alvin Lee) ~Tesla 

(Source: tesla-effect, via rollup2thesky)

raprelated:

cyb3ranthy:

dark-radiant-mind:

pregnantzombie:

note-a-bear:

chauvinistsushi:

sourcedumal:

boosabe:

spiritgun:

liftedandgiftedd:

3 people stealing the same bike [video]

smh…

entirely fed up with this world 

Damn….

Racism right here.

White people steal, and it’s BRUSHED OFF AND OTHER PEOPLE HELP

Black person? MOB of people come to attack him.

*lies down*

but it’s all in our heads though

This shit is infuriating

They helped the white girl steal it. Not just let her steal it, but HELPED her steal it.

Systemic racism, and anti-black attitudes in the white community don’t exist though.

"How exactly do white people benefit from racism?!?!?!" 

"What are you talking about?! I’m white and I do not have this so called white privilege" 

(Source: unvitation, via rollup2thesky)

bootslots:

do you ever play cards against humanity and there’s that moment where the perfect card for the hand is in your hand and you just go “my time has come” and lay it down with such grace

and then you don’t get the point

(via dewitts)

southpauz:

My sister and I went on a Snapchat Pokemon journey at 4 a.m.

(via southpauz)

shimmerandr0t:

whathappenedtocharlotte:

I told you. All the men in my life die.
I’m not a man in your life, okay? You said so yourself. I’m a little shitpot.

God I fucking love her. 

Miss Rosa was definitely up there for my favourite characters of season 2. She is so brilliant

(Source: branstarks, via for-you-1000-times-over)

hiiipowerh3:

cruelladetrillaa:

Haitian woman defending her son in the Dominican Republic.


This picture is raw

hiiipowerh3:

cruelladetrillaa:

Haitian woman defending her son in the Dominican Republic.

This picture is raw

(via for-you-1000-times-over)

azntoo:

skindeap:

shakeitoffpickyourselfup:

aromaeus:

jshaath:

Please take one minute out of your day and watch this. It’s the ugly truth.

I hear no lies.

yoooo

I did not think she would go there but then she did I literally screamed YAAAAAASSSSS BITCH DRAG THEM LIKE YOU’RE TRYNA WALK A CAT

oh shit

(via johnny-frostbite)

extraordinarycircus:

Love the concept for this game so much, it’s horrifying.

extraordinarycircus:

Love the concept for this game so much, it’s horrifying.

(via dewitts)

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

ultracheese:

lorrainelola:

My friend wrote this article on Reddit and it is now going viral everywhere. She really did nail it. Reblog the shit out of this and spread it like wildfire!

This is pretty much the truth.  Good for her to write it out.

Well, when FSOG is based (and I use the term lightly, considering they are over 80% the same in content) on a Twilight fanfic that E.L. James wrote, this is hardly a surprise. Edward and Bella’s relationship is unhealthy and abusive in many ways, too. FSOG takes it further, and becomes more problematic than its predecessor, however, by wrongly painting an entire community of people as abusive, by association.

^ Admittedly, I never knew much about BDSM apart from what I read in fanfics and what I saw on CSI in the earlier seasons. But when I read quotes and such for 50 Shades, it really seemed to put BDSM in a bad light. Anastasia being uncomfortable with a lot of the stuff they do, Christian being controlling even with things that didn’t have to do with sex, the fact that this girl was college aged and had never had her own computer before Christian bought one for her, etc.
And if I recall correctly, I think EL James was told by both abuse victims AND BDSM participants that this didn’t correctly portray a BDSM relationship but abuse and she didn’t listen.

I know enough, based on my research into the shady origins of FSOG, and those critical of E.L. James’s work, to know her portrayal of it is grossly inaccurate; but neither she nor her publishers seem to care about that, so long as it makes them money. But then, neither of them care about its ethically questionable origins, either.
Because at least for all her other faults, Stephanie Meyer came by her money honestly, through her own ideas. And I can at least respect that, and Meyer herself as an author, even if I don’t like her writing. E.L. James, on the other hand, is profiting off the back of another author’s hard work, in my opinion, and I can in no way support that by reading it. I have zero respect for James and her books. The inaccurate and problematic portrayal of BDSM subculture is simply icing on a cake that I have no desire to partake of to begin with.
Google “50 Shades of Grey and plagiarism” sometime. It’s eye-opening.

Honestly, EL James should just be glad that Stephanie Meyer doesn’t find it worth pursuing. Probably because even she doesn’t want her name linked to this book. I just looked up 50 Shades of Grey and plagiarism and just about everything was plagiarized. The only major change is there not being any vampires.

Hmm, you know, I’ve always wondered why Meyer hasn’t pursued it, and maybe that’s the reason right there: linking them in the public eye like that, through a lawsuit, would draw attention to the problematic issues in her own book, and possibly taint her by association.
Personally, if it were me, I’d have gone after her. Writing fanfic is one thing. Profiting off of it is another.

Yeah, I’m also pretty sure Meyer is religious as well, so that might be another reason why she wouldn’t want it pursued.
I would’ve as well. EL James is making money off of her.

True. Meyer would have to sit down and read the books to assess whether the accusations hold water, and she may not be comfortable doing that. Being moderately religious myself, I think I would still go after her, though. If for no other reason than to try to prevent James or someone else from doing the same thing to another author down the line. By ignoring it, you’re letting people think it’s okay. It’s not.

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

maxiewinchester:

hookslovelyswan:

ultracheese:

lorrainelola:

My friend wrote this article on Reddit and it is now going viral everywhere. She really did nail it. Reblog the shit out of this and spread it like wildfire!

This is pretty much the truth.  Good for her to write it out.

Well, when FSOG is based (and I use the term lightly, considering they are over 80% the same in content) on a Twilight fanfic that E.L. James wrote, this is hardly a surprise. Edward and Bella’s relationship is unhealthy and abusive in many ways, too. FSOG takes it further, and becomes more problematic than its predecessor, however, by wrongly painting an entire community of people as abusive, by association.

^ Admittedly, I never knew much about BDSM apart from what I read in fanfics and what I saw on CSI in the earlier seasons. But when I read quotes and such for 50 Shades, it really seemed to put BDSM in a bad light. Anastasia being uncomfortable with a lot of the stuff they do, Christian being controlling even with things that didn’t have to do with sex, the fact that this girl was college aged and had never had her own computer before Christian bought one for her, etc.

And if I recall correctly, I think EL James was told by both abuse victims AND BDSM participants that this didn’t correctly portray a BDSM relationship but abuse and she didn’t listen.

I know enough, based on my research into the shady origins of FSOG, and those critical of E.L. James’s work, to know her portrayal of it is grossly inaccurate; but neither she nor her publishers seem to care about that, so long as it makes them money. But then, neither of them care about its ethically questionable origins, either.

Because at least for all her other faults, Stephanie Meyer came by her money honestly, through her own ideas. And I can at least respect that, and Meyer herself as an author, even if I don’t like her writing. E.L. James, on the other hand, is profiting off the back of another author’s hard work, in my opinion, and I can in no way support that by reading it. I have zero respect for James and her books. The inaccurate and problematic portrayal of BDSM subculture is simply icing on a cake that I have no desire to partake of to begin with.

Google “50 Shades of Grey and plagiarism” sometime. It’s eye-opening.

Honestly, EL James should just be glad that Stephanie Meyer doesn’t find it worth pursuing. Probably because even she doesn’t want her name linked to this book. I just looked up 50 Shades of Grey and plagiarism and just about everything was plagiarized. The only major change is there not being any vampires.

Hmm, you know, I’ve always wondered why Meyer hasn’t pursued it, and maybe that’s the reason right there: linking them in the public eye like that, through a lawsuit, would draw attention to the problematic issues in her own book, and possibly taint her by association.

Personally, if it were me, I’d have gone after her. Writing fanfic is one thing. Profiting off of it is another.

Yeah, I’m also pretty sure Meyer is religious as well, so that might be another reason why she wouldn’t want it pursued.

I would’ve as well. EL James is making money off of her.

True. Meyer would have to sit down and read the books to assess whether the accusations hold water, and she may not be comfortable doing that. Being moderately religious myself, I think I would still go after her, though. If for no other reason than to try to prevent James or someone else from doing the same thing to another author down the line. By ignoring it, you’re letting people think it’s okay. It’s not.

(via once-upon-a-critical-hit)

kittyie:

scary!!

kittyie:

scary!!

(via dewitts)

lifehackable:

This is so important

lifehackable:

This is so important

unblogger:

red-the-sexy-owl:

unblogger:

nashrek ogreier

How fucking dare you ruin the image of a famous pop culture like him. Just because he made some mistakes you fuse him with this disgusting monster? Honestly, Shrek should never be humiliated

out of all the comments ive seen people making this is my favorite

unblogger:

red-the-sexy-owl:

unblogger:

nashrek ogreier

How fucking dare you ruin the image of a famous pop culture like him. Just because he made some mistakes you fuse him with this disgusting monster? Honestly, Shrek should never be humiliated

out of all the comments ive seen people making this is my favorite

(via unclefather)