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I am a fucking delight, I whisper to no one as I put something witty in the tags.

Oct 21 @ 7:23 AM
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My new life motto thanks to Mindy Kaling.

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Fangirl Challenge: Male Characters [6/10] - John Thornton

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when you and ya bestfriend say something at the exact same time

Oct 21 @ 4:37 AM
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but have you considered:

  • strong females who don’t denounce femininity or being girly
  • strong females who are “like every other girl” bc why the hell not girls are rad
  • strong females who tear down the culture of girls hating on other girls
  • strong females who are proud to be feminists
  • strong females who support and acknowledge trans women
  • strong females who understand that being strong isn’t synonymous with manly or with “acting like a man”
Oct 21 @ 3:42 AM
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It’s distracting. And you know talking to you is the only time I feel clear and calm, like I might actually get better.

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mcumeme — [1/4] emotions: love

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I’m so sick of this bullshit going down over ‘fuckboy’ because we can’t have SHIT without foolishness being not far behind.


First, it’s “fuckboy is a slur against trans people” and now people are saying “Nooooo, fuckboy first started with the ‘en garde fuckboy’ meme/skeleton war” like…

wrong Wrong WRONG!

Fuckboy is AAVE (African-American Vernacular English).

Fuckboy means a person (most often a man) that ain’t shit.

Fuckboy is a more acceptable term for the OTHER one we use because the OTHER one is not something that anyone other than black people should be using but that don’t stop y’all either.

Fuckboy PREDATES tumblr by a LOT of fucking years. Just because some of you first heard it on here doesn’t mean it didn’t exist before then.

And now I need y’all asses to take the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria on out of here because Columbusing ain’t cute and yet this is exactly what y’all are doing.

Stop it.

Stop appropriating our words that we’ve used for years and running them so far into the fucking ground in mere weeks with your misinformed bullshit and incorrect overuse that we can’t even stand to look at them anymore let alone speak them.

You’ve done enough.

Oct 21 @ 1:41 AM
fuckin thank   aave   text  
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realization: the hufflepuff common room/dormitories is a freaking hobbit hole.

to make my point clear, this comes up if you put “hufflepuff common room” in google images:


which is, you know, Bag End.

but also here:




this, combined with the fact that our dormitories are right next to the kitchen leaves me with one conclusion:

hufflepuffs are, in fact, hobbits.

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In which some of us are like Robert Philip from Enchanted.

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Oct 20 @ 11:08 PM
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The gods envy us. They envy us because we’re mortal, because any moment might be our last. Everything is more beautiful because we’re doomed.

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My new spooky babes from @shirocosmetics came with some lovely Minecraft samples. My Halloween transformation begins. [ominous crack of thunder]

Oct 20 @ 11:02 PM
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when you clean your glasses and they go from like 280p to 1080p 

Oct 20 @ 10:09 PM
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HISTORICAL HBICS ♦ Empress Matilda, Lady of the English (1102–1167)

Matilda (or Maude) of England, perhaps more commonly known as Empress Matilda, was the only legitimate daughter of King Henry I of England and Matilda of Scotland. When her only brother, William Adelin, died in the White Ship disaster of 1120, it left Henry I without a male heir and he therefore designated Matilda his heir.

At the age of 12, Matilda had been married to the future Holy Roman Emperor Henry V. They were crowned in 1116 and henceforth Matilda was known as Empress Matilda. Henry V died in 1125 and left Matilda a widow at the relatively tender age of 23. However, as Matilda was her father’s heir, she couldn’t remain childless and Henry I began looking for an appropriate husband for her. He found the 13-year-old Geoffrey of Anjou they married in 1128. This second marriage produced three sons: Henry, Geoffrey and William.

Circumstances would have it that Matilda was in Normandy, pregnant with her third son, at the time of her father’s death in England in 1135. Her cousin, Stephen of Blois, saw this as a perfect opportunity to seize the throne for himself and so he did, backed by the crowds in London. As Matilda refused to give up her right to the throne, this led to year of civil war and unrest in England, a period known as The Anarchy, that did not end till 1154 when Stephen agreed to name her eldest son, Henry (later King Henry II), his heir.

In April 1141, Matilda and her forces did manage to capture Stephen at the battle of Lincoln and technically, she was the ruler of England for nine months. However, the reason why she isn’t widely recognised as the first female ruler of England is that during these nine months, she never managed to get crowned or consolidate her rule. Instead, she assumed the title Lady of the English. In November 1141, she was forced to give up her throne when her half-brother and most loyal supporter Robert of Gloucester was captured by Stephen’s forces. Matilda, however, never stopped campaigning for her and her son’s rightful claim to the English throne and she lived to see her son ascend to the English throne as Henry II in 1154.