Because Why not ? Right ?

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agabella:

macabrekawaii:

itscalledfashionlookitup:

When people compare the greatness that is The Simpsons to other animated shows like Family Guy it makes me want to set myself on fire

I went on a date last year and jokingly said “Don’t ask me I’m just a girl” and giggled at a 35 year old man thinking he’d get the reference and instead he said “that’s what I like to hear.”

this show is important. 

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definitelydope:

banknote:

Stop calling men misogynistic pigs, because like

have you seen pigs

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No more misogynistic pig. Misogynistic men do not deserve to be compared to these adorable bleps

Misogynistic scorpion

Misogynistic box jellyfish

Misogynistic candiru fish

misogynistic spiders tbh

nobody likes those

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kingcheddarxvii:

I volunteered at an animal shelter yesterday and while I was hosing down the dozenth dirty dog kennel I thought to myself “why am I doing this without pay again?” and then I walked into the room with like 15 kittens in it and they all started meowing at me and I was like, yes, that’s why

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thebicker:

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The adventures of me wearing my graphic tees/dresses that have to do with video games or shows while working at Hot Topic. True story today.

Guys, stop doing this. It makes you 20000000 times less likely to pick up a girl. Stop “checking” us and let us love our things. 

let someone do that to me

All of this ^ and also, also? You are actually allowed to wear a shirt/dress/whatever with movie franchise, video game series, or comic book character that you want. This nerd policing is sexist and just patently ridiculous. You wouldn’t walk up to someone in a Yale sweatshirt and ask, “Did you even really go there? OK, what’s the mascot’s name? Which college did you live in?” You wouldn’t walk up to someone in a Cubs t-shirt and say, “I bet you’ve never even been to a game at Wrigley Field. I bet you don’t even know Ryne Sandberg’s stats. I bet you don’t even know who Harry Caray is other than an SNL skit. Ugh. Fake sports fans.” (Though I do know women are routinely questioned about whether they “really” like sports or are just pretending to catch a man.)

You are allowed to just really, really like the Batman logo and wear a Batman t-shirt. And anyone who tells you otherwise or tries to “make sure” you really know what you like can fuck right off.

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