Hello there. This is primarily a fandom blog, but I also reblog text posts and other cool stuff. I'm not gonna lie, my blog has recently been consumed by Supernatural, but my main fandoms also include ATLA, Mass Effect, and Dragon Age. I'm in a host of other fandoms as well, so be warned: my blog tends to be a mess.
"Cartoons? Isn’t that for kids?" I look up and smile " Yes it is" Suddenly my appearance shifts and shrinks as I become a child. All my money turns to monopoly money and all my bills are gone. My adult responsibilities vanish, finally the spell is broken, and I am free.
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MY FUCKING GOD
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need a dl link pls
THUSDSFN FMSNS GOTTA BE A BE A DAMN HACK????????///
I’M SERIOUSLY ABOUT TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK
OH MY FUCKING GOD IS THIS A JOKE
having body hair annoys me but removing body hair also annoys me and also life, life annoys me
Is there anything quite so beautiful as masses of people joining together to demand better treatment for themselves and others? These photos should quiet the naysayers. In what organizers are calling the largest fast-food strikes in U.S. history, workers and their supporters in over 100 cities went on strike last Thursday to amplify their calls for a $15 an hour minimum wage and the right to unionize.
McDonald’s dismissed the strikes, many of which targeted the company’s locations, and said its workers were not among the protesters. “To right-size the headlines, however, the events taking place are not strikes,” the company said in a statement last Thursday. “Outside groups are traveling to McDonald’s and other outlets to stage rallies.” The company’s statement prompted a gleeful response from striking workers around the country who took to social media to identify themselves and point out their coworkers in the photos of demonstrators.
In the early morning hours in New York City
Later in the day
All the way up in Providence, Rhode Island
Taking over the streets of Chicago with the Grinch
A young demonstrator in Pittsburgh
With rhyming chants in Boston
Protesters hit up Jack in the Box, Little Caesars, and McDonald’s in St. Louis, Missouri
From Green Bay to Madison to Milwaukee in Wisconsin
Outside a Detroit McDonald’s
McDonald’s in Tampa, Florida
In front of a McDonald’s in Los Angeles
In the snow in Denver
Lighting the way in Seattle
Friendly reminder that gray-asexual and demisexual people are part of the asexual spectrum, and have a lot of feelings, experiences and struggles in common with completely asexual people, so it is perfectly rational for them to be part of the asexual community if they wish.
Bonus reminder: Asexual people who make shitty comments about gray-asexuals and demisexuals are hypocrites, and they really ought to know better than to exclude or invalidate someone else’s sexual identity.