1. sometimes i get whiney because i kind of miss being in a relationship but also don’t feel like i’m at a place emotionally where it would be a good idea

    and then the other day it hit me that lol this all assumes that i can just get a girlfriend whenever when i’m not even sure i know any single females within a 30 mile radius of me

  2. okatu:

    pie eating contest?

    nah son free pie

    (via gorilla-grrrl)

  3. damianoisfamous:


    the look

    So the internet just gave my tumblr name a whole new (literal) meaning. I was alerted to a photo of me gathering massive attention via a friend who linked me to a Reddit post titled “Don’t worry guys, I’m taking hipster to the next level.”

    Apparently some guy on the train uploaded this photo to twitter it has been spreading like wildfire since. Surprisingly when I read the thread on Reddit a lot of it was positive/supportive. I’m surprised by how unfazed and genuinely funny I find the negative comments. People’s theories as to why I am dressed like this, and who I really am are also really interesting. 

    I’m dressed like this for a number reasons. Firstly, and fore-mostly, I genuinely like the clothes I am wearing. I’ve described my look as “anywhere from hipster chic to kawaii gangsta Harajuku princess”. This is the epitome of the latter. I love sailor moon, I love pink, those converse are kawaii as fuck and yeah fuck you I’m wearing Prada sunglasses. I don’t really dress like this all the time, but I wish I did more often. I mostly don’t because I want to keep the look fresh. I wore this outfit because I had an art exhibition at my college and wanted to express myself.

    I also find men’s fashion extremely limiting in both types of clothes, cuts of clothes and colours. Women have so many beautiful options. So I pillage their aisles a lot because I wanna look pretty.

    This was also a statement. As an artist I think fashion is incredibly important. This day, I wanted something that not only reflected my personality and artistic sensibilities but also have some social commentary. A lot of my work, or what I want my work to speak about, is sex and sexuality and notions of gender and gender roles. How many of you knew pink actually use to be associated with boys, not girls? Personally I think the idea of “This is a boy colour”, “This is a girl colour” or “Barbies are for girls”, “Power Rangers are for boys” is dumb as fuck. Creating social and cultural boundaries does nothing but limit the potential of a person. By dressing like this I am breaking that boundary for myself and attempting to reflect that sentiment.  

    (Source: exxxmilitary, via gorilla-grrrl)

  4. vinebox:

    When you aint the only child no more

    (via shego)

  5. the-rogue-spirit:






    *frantically slams button*

    93,890 notes

    that’s like 93,889 too many

    what is wrong with you people


    imagine crime:


    I see absolutely no downside to this.


    (via gorilla-grrrl)


  6. "Yaya" is the Taino word for Great Sprit. This Song is dedicated to my Taino ancestry and indigenous upbringing. The Taino People were the original inhibitors of the Caribbean and Greater Antilles (present day Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti & Jamaica).

    (Source: the-anal-rapist, via fuckcolonialism)


  7. mooseravenclaw:


    a good response to the question “how old are you?” is something along the lines of “dunno i stopped counting after the first few centuries”

    and it needs to be said seriously without smiling or humor or as casually as possible and followed by “so anyway” and a subject change as if it’s completely normal

    "I stopped counting a few decades ago. no. what’s the one with the zeros? millennia that’s it. human time keeping is so confusing."

    a good response to when someone does this is to call them a fucking nerd

    (via shackleboltrps)


  8. A Note on Cultural Appropriation: Hello Kitty by Avril Lavigne


    Generasian is an engaging, dynamic community that seeks to have a relationship with its readers. Part of that relationship constitutes (unfortunately) having to respond to comments like the below. 


    We received this message shortly after the publication of our piece by Jo regarding Avril Lavigne (or her managers’) choice to follow the hot trend of cultural appropriation in her newest music video, ‘Hello Kitty’. Below is a sampling of her lyrics:

    Come come Kitty Kitty
    You’re so pretty pretty
    Don’t go Kitty Kitty
    Stay with me
    Come come Kitty Kitty
    You’re so silly silly
    Don’t go Kitty Kitty
    Play with me

    Hello Kitty, hello Kitty
    Hello Kitty, you’re so pretty
    Hello Kitty, hello Kitty
    Hello Kitty, you’re so silly

    (from azlyrics.com)

    While we think that the notion of cultural appropriation is all-too-applicable in this case, comments like the one we received have been spotted all over the net, including from Avril’s own mouth:

    RACIST??? LOLOLOL!!! I love Japanese culture and I spend half of my time in Japan. I flew to Tokyo to shoot this video specifically for my Japanese fans, WITH my Japanese label, Japanese choreographers AND a Japanese director IN Japan.”

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  9. Anonymous asked: Is Hari Kondabolu the best or what?


    I’m OK…and yes, I’m eating a cupcake next to Lindy West right now.



    Hari Kondabolu is the best.




  10. prozdvoices:

    Request: Goofy reads from 50 Shades of Grey PART 2



    Can we hear more goofy reading 50 shades of gray?

    Are you SURE you want that?

    I mean, are you REALLY SURE?  I want you to be sure about this.

    Okay, here you go.