stereks:

 #i love this so much #because it shows off how they’re basically the same height #there’s a difference of one inch #and i love that #i mean it’s always fun for couples to be kind of wacky-looking heightwise #but there’s also something in being so similar to someone #because even if you’re so different in other ways #you’ll always be able to look them right in the eye

automatically:

when you accidentally touch a piece of gum under a desk

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officialmegane:

Unnecessary love triangles

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did you mean the entire teen fiction section

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winduptulip:

theres street sense and then theres shady ad-filled website sense

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stfulily:

getting a boyfriend looks easier in movies

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bookmad:

"fat girls shouldn’t—"

—have to deal with your narrow minded bullshit.

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princessnononjakuzure:

a novel about a girl in high school who’s popular, likable and fashionably inclined with a fair amount of consensual sexual partners who is bullied by the quirky new girl who thinks she’s so much more special because she doesn’t wear makeup and isn’t “slutty” and every girl is a carbon copy except for her

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What tumblr has done to me
  • Sees Porn: no reaction


http://athenadark.tumblr.com/post/96423547268/magess-athenadark-breenwolf-how-did-this

magess:

athenadark:

breenwolf:

how did this conversation with derek even go was scott just like “derek can i borrow your place for date night??? nothing ever goes wrong when people hook up at your place!!!”

and did derek just start laughing on his couch, keep laughing to his coat…


There’s a reason why the public tends to revel in hacked or stolen nude pictures. It’s because they were taken without consent. Because the women in them (and it’s almost always women who are humiliated this way) did not want those shots to be shared.

If Jennifer Lawrence was to pose naked on the cover of Playboy, for example, I’m sure it would be a best-selling issue. But it wouldn’t have the same scandalous, viral appeal as private images stolen from her phone. Because if she shared nude images consensually, then people wouldn’t get to revel in her humiliation. And that’s really the point, isn’t it? To take a female celebrity down a notch? (We have a term for when this is done to non-celebrity women: “revenge porn.”)

-What’s Wrong With Checking Out Leaked Nude Photos of Celebrities - Entertainment - The Atlantic (via bcky)

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