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I want you to be honest with me, have you been time traveling?
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petermorwood:

vividvivka:

Dat Joker.

Attention to detail includes getting the correct name AROUND THE LENS…

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rahsax:

out-there-on-the-maroon:

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

I think that’s a regional problem. In America it tends to mean someone or something that’s clumsy or messing things up, it’s not considered a big deal or a serious insult, nobody would think twice about allowing it on a tv show or a kid saying it in school. In Britain it’s a serious slur used to refer to people with cerebral palsy. When I was like 14 or 15 I was confused while watching an episode of Life on Mars and calling a kid “spastic” was treated as a serious slur, I’d never heard it used like that before. 

Considering how I spend a lot of time on the internet and I never know who I’m talking to, I’ve been consciously avoided using the term for a while just in case. And probably the more serious meaning is gaining prevalence with the use of the internet anyways, so avoiding it is probably a good idea. 

In Australia it also means clumsy / messing things up, but it also means someone who’s acting weird, silly or ‘insanely’. So an overly-energetic kid would be called it with some frequency. … also often shorted to ‘spaz’ because Australia. 

Basically bit harsher then America but nowhere near the slur it is in Britain

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hellyeahyums:

the-gingerdancer:

sextronautt:

how can lawyers argue without crying 

or swearing

if i went into a courtroom i’d be all

now you fucking listen here you little cumslut 

"he has been found guilty

"HA IN YOUR FUCKING FACES, BITCHES."

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didihearthereadyset:

So I accidentally said, “my crotch has a hole in it.” Instead of “my pants have a hole in them.” And this guy looked me dead in the eyes and whispered

"It’s called a vagina."

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my-flourish-and-blotts:

teacupsandcyanide:

I remember all the Doctor Who fanfics I used to read where Rose often got badly stereotyped as a damsel in distress whom the Doctor had to swoop in and save and smooch but the way I remember Doctor Who 90% of their relationship was the Doctor just setting Rose loose on people who had done something to offend them and sitting back giggling in the corner as she shouted

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setting Rose loose

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meridahair:

thatswhatgeeksdo:

GUYS THIS IS WHY ALL THOSE PHOTOS OF DANIEL RADCLIFFE WITH TWELVE DOGS KEPT POPPING UP THEY WERE FILMING

I liked it better when it was just DanRad randomly smoking while walking a million dogs

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thehumanandthebanshee:

#stiles and scott trying to be intimidating but just being adorable idiots