WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE
Maggie is Pikachu from Pokemon
Lisa is Mikasa from SNK
Bart is Naruto from Naruto
Homer is Zoro from One Piece
Marge is Rangiku from Bleach
Who is Santa’s Little Helper suppose to be?
Haku from Spirited Away
the simpsons are fucking weeaboos
repeat after me:
allies are not oppressed
being an ally is not a sexual orientation or gender identity
the A in LGBTQA stands for asexual
then what letter is for ally
THERE IS NO LETTER FOR ALLY
ALLIES DO NOT NEED A LETTER
ALLIES ARE LOVED FOR BEING AN ALLY
BUT YOU ARE NOT ANY SHADE OF GAY
A IS FOR ASEXUAL AND AROMANTIC
gay marriage is legal in the sims god damn it real world sort your shit out
lets talk about sims for a minute
in sims, your appearance doesn’t matter. you can pursue what career you want and not get paid less for being a certain gender. you can change your sim’s gender or life at any time. what other sims care about is if you’re nice or if you kick over their gnome.
also men in sims 2 can get pregnant by aliens
Actual Advice Mallard.
Bad news for the guy with the forearm fetish.
This duck can save lives.
Me trying to live my life while my mom constantly nags and criticizes me
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I just titled my notes for mermaid biology ‘mer-chanics’ because I am a COMIC GENIUS
This is a gift, it comes with a price
Last year for my creative writing class, I wrote a short story about a world in which clowns were actually a vaguely humanoid and dangerous animal captured in the wild and trained for carnivals. They also asexually reproduced at a catastrophic rate, so if one escaped (as it did in the story), the area would be overrun by them within months.
My partner decided to make a sculpey model of one of the clown larva. They’re pretty gross, and are usually found in massive swarms.
I thought this was appropriate for Sixpenceee’s Halloween Special, so here you go!
The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo
The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.
Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?
(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)
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