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clannyphantom:

i will never understand teenage boys ever because a boy in my gym class said he would feel uncomfortable if there was a gay guy in the change room with them and not even 5 minutes later he tried to shove a hockey stick up his friends ass

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rydenarmani:

yeah guys god damn

rydenarmani:

yeah guys god damn

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lllluna:

deadheadwookie27:

thecutestofthecute:

Mud + Pup = True happiness.

I love when my puppy gets muddy because it gives me an excuse to get muddy as well.

I miss my dog

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verylittlebird:

this is the sort of web content i am looking to see every day

verylittlebird:

this is the sort of web content i am looking to see every day

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audidas:

The Time is Upon Us
Jenn Garland (2014)

audidas:

The Time is Upon Us

Jenn Garland (2014)

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anniethesourwolf:

Some choice passages:

had to understand that the audience only wanted white, straight, male leads. I was assured that as long as I made the white, straight men in my scripts prominent, I could still offer groundbreaking characters of other descriptions (fascinating, significant women, men of color, etc.) – as long as they didn’t distract the audience from the white men they really paid their money to see.

Only to learn there was still something wrong with my writing, something unanticipated by my professors.My scripts had multiple women with names. Talking to each other. About something other than men. That, they explained nervously, was not okay. I asked why. Well, it would be more accurate to say I politely demanded a thorough, logical explanation that made sense for a change (I’d found the “audience won’t watch women!” argument pretty questionable, with its ever-shifting reasons and parameters).

At first I got several tentative murmurings about how it distracted from the flow or point of the story. I went through this with more than one professor, more than one industry professional. Finally, I got one blessedly telling explanation from an industry pro: “The audience doesn’t want to listen to a bunch of women talking about whatever it is women talk about.”

According to Hollywood, if two women came on screen and started talking, the target male audience’s brain would glaze over and assume the women were talking about nail polish or shoes or something that didn’t pertain to the story. Only if they heard the name of a man in the story would they tune back in. By having women talk to each other about something other than men, I was “losing the audience.”

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theeconomist:

On social issues, Canadians remain deeply liberal.

theeconomist:

On social issues, Canadians remain deeply liberal.

cakeandrevolution:

I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

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snailwitch:

"clean up clean up everybody do your share" what the FUCK is this communist propaganda 

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thesugarhole:

if we are talking in person and i accidentally spit dont even call out i saw it and im dead inside

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vajoochie:

the fear of tampons that exists in teenage boys is literally one of the funniest things ive ever seen they act like its a nuclear missile like calm down bro its just a compressed cotton ball i swear to god if u ever want a teenage boy to leave u alone just pull out a tampon and throw it in his direction and he will run as far away as possible its hilarious  

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