"I just saw someone berating a white Muslim women for “culturally appropriating” the hijab…"

I quite.
I’m going back to twitter to get into arguments about Suey Pak.

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onoppka:

thelordberic:

Joff really liked that pie ^_^

im dying

So was Joffrey.

(via shawtywannapug)

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Mean Girls of Kings Landing is surely a thing already, right? 

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headdeskben:

MY FAVOURITE POST EVER

Very, very excited for Cersei to get drunk at Joffrey’s wedding. 

(via fewix)

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TWITTER

I’m slowly migrating to twitter. I don’t know how it happened but I’m using tumblr less and less and twitter more and more.

So, if you’re a twitter person follow me @adyhurley, or send me a link to your feed. Especially if you’re one of the 10 or so people who I stalk but am afraid to ask.

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Trying to watch Haywire

thewoodquarter:

Lads, you CANNOT set a sexy spy thriller in Ireland.

It’s just not us.

All I remember is her escaping through the Burger King on Grafton Street. I think that’s probably when it lost me. 

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uppercut:

uppercut:

Hey look, it’s this week’s list of people I’ve been told I look like in the past 7 days, also know as a list of men who have nothing in common bar broken noses and a penchant for blue suits. 

UPDATE: Some more recent look a likes who look nothing alike-

And another one from this week:

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"If you’re going through a breakup it’s important to remember the three As; alcohol, Alanis, and ablution. Get loaded, get in the shower and scream the lyrics to You Oughta Know until you feel better. Works every time."

Life lesson #47

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jesseface:

uppercut:

tinyorc:

uppercut:

Q:First thing ladies notice about me?
A: My classy fedora.

Q: Who is you favourite My Little Pony
A: Twilight Sparkle because I’m dark and mysterious, natch.

I think I’m finally ready for OkCupid…

I miss you.

I miss you too!
Also, it’s your birthday in 45 minutes right?
Happy birthday (probably)!

Nope, too pouty.

But that’s my serious face, OKCupid Bronie types are always DEADLY serious, that’s why they have pictures with katanas so often.

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tinyorc:

uppercut:

Q:First thing ladies notice about me?
A: My classy fedora.

Q: Who is you favourite My Little Pony
A: Twilight Sparkle because I’m dark and mysterious, natch.

I think I’m finally ready for OkCupid…

I miss you.

I miss you too!
Also, it’s your birthday in 45 minutes right?
Happy birthday (probably)!

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Q:First thing ladies notice about me?
A: My classy fedora.

Q: Who is you favourite My Little Pony
A: Twilight Sparkle because I’m dark and mysterious, natch.

I think I’m finally ready for OkCupid…

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RRRRRAAAAAAGGGGGNNNNNAAAARRRR

LLLLLLOOOOODDDDDDBBBBRRRROOOOKKKKK

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"

In recent weeks, True Detective has caught some flack (most notably from New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum) for its narrow single-white-male point of view: women are treated as objects; the female character with the largest role, Maggie, is one-dimensional at best; and young, hot, former prostitutes unrealistically throw themselves at over-the-hill, violent cops. Critics have been quick to criticize the show for its lack of female perspective and have even gone so far as to call the show itself misogynistic.

But it’s time that we all stop assuming TV writers endorse the bad actions of their flawed characters on television. Just because Rust and Marty are sexist doesn’t mean the show is too. In fact, the show has spent the last few episodes critiquing their world view, not glorifying it.

When we see “heroic male outlines and closeups of female asses” in the credits, as Nussbaum points out, we are seeing Marty and Russ’ worldview. They fancy themselves powerful saviors of women, when in fact they are sexist monsters. And they get their comeuppance: in the latest episode, we see Marty — who physically abuses his wife, daughter and lover — unsuccessfully browsing dates on Match.com and eating a TV dinner alone in his apartment. Rust, who simply ignores live women in favor of dead ones, has found himself drowning in a can of Lone Star.

"

Eliana Dockterman, Time (via knowlesian)

(via lockspur)

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