So.. Yeah
dalehan:

xryz:

seyyseyyy:

xryz:

When she see tha D

When You see her see the D


omg cant not reblog this

When the D could’ve been better


When the D is… ew.

dalehan:

xryz:

seyyseyyy:

xryz:

When she see tha D

When You see her see the D

omg cant not reblog this

When the D could’ve been better

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When the D is… ew.

unspeakable

makanidotdot:

pac rim genderbims

Question: If you genderbend the Russian pilots, how would anyone know?

makanidotdot:

pac rim genderbims

Question: If you genderbend the Russian pilots, how would anyone know?

makanidotdot:

thank u to my friend zevri for opening my eyes to how well so many Ron Swanson lines go with Lin.

Also made me realize how much I want Lin and Mako to have a Ron and April thing going on.

Oh my god. More Lin Swanson, please.

bogleech:

As C.M. Kosemen explains throughout All Yesterdays, we really can’t ever know how much fat and other soft tissues contributed to the overall shape of dinosaurs since that’s the first thing to rot and shrivel tight against their bones and like even a sperm whale has a little skinny skeleton.

so like

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how would we know?

Actually, I have wondered.

acidglitterparty:

naughtylittlemermaid:

neptunain:

IT HAPPENED

acidglitterparty
HASHTAG NOT ALL MEN

Clearly, we’re torn, and also bipolar, we need help.

acidglitterparty:

naughtylittlemermaid:

neptunain:

IT HAPPENED

acidglitterparty

HASHTAG NOT ALL MEN

Clearly, we’re torn, and also bipolar, we need help.

legendofrii:

I wish I had a partner I could make kinky films with

I’d volunteer, but I’ve never met you.

4gifs:

Unlicensed driver with kids in the car ain’t got time for railroad crossings. No serious injuries.

Somebody is a special kind of stupid.

4gifs:

Unlicensed driver with kids in the car ain’t got time for railroad crossings. No serious injuries.

Somebody is a special kind of stupid.

And that is exactly why i find Kuvira such an interesting villain.

Korra has never had a more kindred spirit. Like a dirty mirror.

A bit like Batman and the Joker.

Maybe Wolverine and Sabertooth?

No, I think Kirk and Khan.

This illustrates the problem with Korra, and unfortunately, the solution as well. Roku was a teenager when they told him he was the Avatar. Aang was 12 when they told him. They both had time to develop a sense of self, an identity all their own, before having to face up to the awesome responsibility of being the Avatar, the ultimate agent of balance. From their point of view, they were Roku and Aang first. They knew who they were. Although Aang didn’t handle it as well as Roku, he was still too young when they told him and tried to prepare him for the war with the Fire Nation. It was no surprise he ran away, sensitive boy that he was, but at least he did have that sense of self. It was much worse for Korra.

From the time she was 3(?), Korra knew she was the Avatar. Her entire identity is based on that knowledge, she defines herself as the Avatar before anything else. She may seem cocky, but that’s a lot of responsibility to take on for any child. Over the course of the series, every major enemy she faced has, in their own way, challenged and undermined her sense of identity. Her abilities as a bender, her worth as a spiritual leader, and her necessity as an agent of order. One by one, these villains have torn down who she is, one layer at a time.

As depressing as this recent scene was, it was not only inevitable, but also necessary for her psychological recovery. She had to learn to find out who she was, with referring to her title as the Avatar. She has to find out who Korra is.

victoriancuddler:

#it’s so important to me that this happened #little girls are watching this show #they are seeing that you ought to value your morals/beliefs over your boyfriend’s/feelings #which is important I think #she doesn’t hold back to spare his feelings #because it’s more important that the starving people get taken care of #that was not as well articulated as I wanted it to be #I JUST LOVE OPAL SO MUCH (comment via directormelindamay)

I do feel for Bolin, but it is his own fault. Kuvira actions and philosophy are obviously in direct conflict with Opal’s as it is, and now they’re withholding aid to a city in need over politics. In Bolin’s case, inaction is as good as consent. This is a conflict of interest, and he thinks he can get some one on one time with Opal without reconciling or taking any action at all, so he’s clearly not thinking of her feelings.