zeick-geist:

肉球マシュマロ CafeCat

excellent now I can watch a cat slow die while I enjoy a warm beverage

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did-you-kno:

A single guy once booked every other seat in a movie theater just so he could split up couples on Valentine’s Day.
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did-you-kno:

A single guy once booked every other seat in a movie theater just so he could split up couples on Valentine’s Day.

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puff-to-tuff:

These are just the right mix of douchy and nerdy I was looking for.

borzoi puppy by WildHorse馬烈

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dr-fluffys-symposium:

oh my god kittens

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mother:i love you?? are you saying i love you???tony come quick get the camera
baby:i-i- i dont understand why the new up-and-coming meme is a baby saying its first words, because its not really funny per say and it defies the very structure and iota of what a tumblr meme is; a short, chuckleworthy sentence such as ''..................slime man'', ''free him'' or ''i came out tonight to have a good time and i am honestly feeling so attacked right now'' that can be put after an image post or text post alike. i am wholeheartedly baffled by this whole new meme era and i hope soon that we return to the conventional tumblr meme styles.

feduptoinfinity:

fuckingradfems:

joomju:

Men are weak.

I’ve seen women live in abusive situations, and in the morning, they get up, put on long sleeves and make up to hide the bruises, put on a smile to deflect the questions, and go to work.

I’ve seen women work in underpaid jobs (a landscaper makes a living wage, but a secretary doesn’t?! Bull fucking shit) with the threat of being “laid off” hanging over their heads, and they do it with a smile and make it seem easy while they’re being yelled at for things that are their boss’s fault. 

I’ve seen women want to complain about sexism and misogyny in the workplace, but not know how to without rocking the boat. Women are afraid of rocking the boat, because it could mean that they are out of work. How many men do you know are afraid of losing their job because their boss has asked them about the colour of their underwear?

I’ve seen women live in horrible situations because they can’t afford to move out. They can’t afford to get away from an awful parent or ex or current lover who treats them like a pet, who treats them like they are not a person and their wants and desires are irrelevant. 

I’ve seen men cry because they got laid off from work. I’ve seen men cry because they didn’t get laid. I’ve seen men cry because the job they had wasn’t paying them six figures. I’ve seen men cry because their car blew a tire. 

I have seen women smile the day after they were raped. I have seen women smile the day after they were beaten. I have seen women smile when their husbands swore at them and their children repeated it. I have seen women smile the day they were fired for “causing trouble” at work. I have seen women smile the day they were “laid off” for not sleeping with a co-worker. Or for sleeping with a co-worker.

Not all men, of course. But yes all women. Women are the strong ones. We are the ones who carry the family through tough times and the economy through recessions. We are the ones who stay when all others would leave, we are the ones who survive in places that others consider barren wastelands. 

The one thing I wish I could tell all of these women: You are stronger than he is. YOU DON’T NEED HIM. In the short term, maybe, but in the long term? You’re stronger than he is, and you’ll probably outlive him. So use him as a stepping stone, and move on. 

OP, fuck you right in the ear. You’ve seen all this from women? You know what I’ve seen from men?

I’ve seen men in abusive situations who know that there is no one who will help them, so they have to put on a smile and deflect questions. They learn how to cover up the marks.

I’ve seen men join the military because they can’t find a job or don’t make enough money to survive. They literally trade their safety and sanity for money. They don’t make it seem easy, but people like you just completely ignore them.

I’ve seen men complain about sexual harassment from women in the workplace and be told “oh what? you don’t like that? you gay or something?”

I’ve watched men live in abusive situations that they can’t leave because they have kids and they know if they leave, their ex would take those kids from them. So they take their beatings with dignity because they love their children and don’t want to lose them.

I’ve seen women cry because they failed a test. I’ve seen women cry because their car broke down. I’ve seen women cry because a certain man didn’t love them.

I’ve seen men smile while having to organize their young wife’s funeral because she had no one else to do it (at age 20, mind you). I’ve seen men smile the day after having to kill someone for our government. I’ve seen men smile after finding out their job has irreparably damaged their body, meaning they will always be in pain for the rest of their life until they die, far too early. I’ve seen men smile after being told they cannot see their children anymore.

Not all women and not all men. Strength isn’t gendered. There are strong, wonderful women AND men, and they are equally responsible for carrying the people they care for through tough times and struggles.

The one thing I’m telling you now: stop what you’re doing. Men commit suicide at three times the rate women do because of people like you, who do not appreciate strong people unless they are women. Men get abused by their partners and are ignored. Men HAVE to be strong, because no one cares about them. So shut the fuck up, you insufferable cunt.

From the OP, “I’ve seen men cry because they got laid off from work.”

Why is this seen as weak? If you suddenly lost your’s and your family’s source of income, you’d cry too. That isn’t weakness, that’s someone freaking out because they have no way to pay bills, to feed themselves and their kids, to keep their house/apartment. Are men not supposed to cry after finding out that they’re figuratively fucked?

bvixx:

when you’re not in that stranger’s follow forever

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yamaharfang:

seagullsong:

So it turns out you can be dyslexic in one language but not another, depending on the kind of linguistic processing problem you have. For example, if you have trouble with phonemes, if can be hard to learn alphabetic writing systems like English, but easier to learn logographic writing systems like Chinese. China has dyslexic people obvs, but they seem to have different stuff going on in their brain than English dyslexic people. Huh.

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bloodyoathmate:

Unfollowing a lot of blogs and then looking at your dash

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duskywoodswallow:

ultrafacts:

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The dogs name was Endal….”Over the years, Endal has learned to pull the plug out of the bath before going for help if Allen falls unconscious whilst bathing, and is able to put Allen in the recovery position, hit the emergency button on the telephone and summon help … Endal has learned how to use ATMs as well as Chip and pin machines, as well as helping out with shopping, opening train doors, operating lifts, unloading the washing machine and more typical doggie skills like getting the paper.”Parton states that Endal’s ability to comprehend his wishes and needs showed when they first met, and was responsible for helping him recover from the initial deep depression and trauma caused by his disability.Endal came again to national attention in a 2001 incident, when Allen was knocked out of his wheelchair by a passing car. Endal pulled Allen, who was unconscious, into the recovery position, retrieved his mobile phone from beneath the car, fetched a blanket and covered him, barked at nearby dwellings for assistance, and then ran to a nearby hotel to obtain help.

duskywoodswallow:

ultrafacts:

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The dogs name was Endal….”Over the years, Endal has learned to pull the plug out of the bath before going for help if Allen falls unconscious whilst bathing, and is able to put Allen in the recovery position, hit the emergency button on the telephone and summon help … Endal has learned how to use ATMs as well as Chip and pin machines, as well as helping out with shopping, opening train doors, operating lifts, unloading the washing machine and more typical doggie skills like getting the paper.”
Parton states that Endal’s ability to comprehend his wishes and needs showed when they first met, and was responsible for helping him recover from the initial deep depression and trauma caused by his disability.
Endal came again to national attention in a 2001 incident, when Allen was knocked out of his wheelchair by a passing car. Endal pulled Allen, who was unconscious, into the recovery position, retrieved his mobile phone from beneath the car, fetched a blanket and covered him, barked at nearby dwellings for assistance, and then ran to a nearby hotel to obtain help.

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