September 20th, 2014

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September 13th, 2014

Um…

thatseanguyblogs:

Remember that time I didn’t look at how many followers I had for a few days…AND THEN I HAD ALMOST 9,500?

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I mean… I like to think I’m kinda interesting and a little funny… I might be sorta ok to look at sometimes, I guess… BUT WHAT!?

I GOT ON HERE LESS THAN A YEAR AGO. HOW SO MANY FOLLOWER!? WHY!? I DON’T EVEN UNDERSTAAAAAAAAND!
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BRAIN=MUSH.

You are all awesome. I love you. Thank you for all of the follows.

I am sorry, however, to report that this is me now:image

The Tumblrfame came about because of your bubble bath post which you know (I saw it around the 300 notes mark). The followers came because the post was very witty. It also helped that you weren’t too bad on the eyes. So that helped you as well.

thatseanguyblogs:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

The Parent-Friend Culture: How an entire generation failed to prepare their children for the world because they chose to be “cool,” and act like they were children, rather than be a good influence and a positive role-model.

The Politically Correct Culture: How an entire generation decided to “shield” their children from everything deemed “bad” or socially “unacceptable” only to create a new generation of reckless, excess loving, attention whoring, instant gratification obsessed individuals who want the world but don’t want to work for it, don’t know the definition of love and lust, don’t know how to handle being single and have very loose definitions of what is defined as sex and virginity. Goes hand-in-hand with the Parent-Friend Culture.

thatseanguyblogs:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

The Parent-Friend Culture: How an entire generation failed to prepare their children for the world because they chose to be “cool,” and act like they were children, rather than be a good influence and a positive role-model.

The Politically Correct Culture: How an entire generation decided to “shield” their children from everything deemed “bad” or socially “unacceptable” only to create a new generation of reckless, excess loving, attention whoring, instant gratification obsessed individuals who want the world but don’t want to work for it, don’t know the definition of love and lust, don’t know how to handle being single and have very loose definitions of what is defined as sex and virginity. Goes hand-in-hand with the Parent-Friend Culture.

(Source: yvngpharrell)

Day 6

Still nothing… Days 1-5 recorded on my phone and will be uploaded later when all this is over. But it is only early so we will see what happens by nightfall.

September 7th, 2014
Doctor Who: Team Work

Doctor Who: Team Work

September 3rd, 2014

I really like this song.  And sometimes it’s just how I feel

"I Wanna Get Better" by The Bleachers. (video features Retta, Mary Kay Place and Rizwan Manji and Kimiko Glenn)

satanstrousers:

It’s 2 am, my first day at college is tomorrow and I refuse to accept adulthood.

Funny. But you look like you’re 30. Anyway, good luck with college. :)

Sometimes I hate Futurama… and by hate I mean love but sometimes they have the saddest moments on TV. So here are the five saddest endings (in my opinion) of Futurama.

  1. Yancy naming his son in honor of his brother in “The Luck of the Fryish” (S03E04)
  2. Fry’s dog, Seymour waiting for Fry outside Panucci’s in “Jurassic Bark” (S04E07)
  3. Fry’s Dad revealing why he is so hard on him in “Cold Warriors” (S06E24)
  4. Nibbler sending Fry into Fry’s mother’s dream so he can visit her in “Game Of Tones” (S07E23)
  5. An aged married Fry & Leela deciding to go back in time at the end of the series in “Meanwhile” (S07E26)
A nice little Adventure Time cameo in Futurama (“Leela & the Genestalk).Cute since voice actor, John DiMaggio voices both Bender and Jake.

A nice little Adventure Time cameo in Futurama (“Leela & the Genestalk).
Cute since voice actor, John DiMaggio voices both Bender and Jake.

Futurama: The rest of the Planet Express crew’s first and last spoken lines.

  • Dr Zoidberg (“The Series Has Landed” to “Meanwhile”)
  • Amy Wong (“The Series Has Landed” to “Meanwhile”)
  • Hermes Conrad (“The Series Has Landed” to “Meanwhile”)
  • Scruffy (“Anthology of Interest Part 1” to “Murder On The Planet Express”)
  • Nibbler (“The Day The Earth Stood Stupid” to “Game of Tones”)

Note: as characters both Scruffy and Nibbler make appearances before and after their first and last spoken lines.

Futurama: The first and last spoken lines of each character Part 1:

  • Fry (“Space Pilot 3000” to “Meanwhile”)
  • Leela (“Space Pilot 3000” to “Meanwhile”)
  • Bender (“Space Pilot 3000” to “Meanwhile”)
  • The Professor (“Space Pilot 3000” to “Meanwhile”)

A comparison between Futurama’s pilot episode and season 6, episode 17 “Law & Oracle” Part 2 of 2.

A comparison between Futurama’s Pilot episode and season 6, episode 17 “Law & Oracle” Part 1 of 2

reallyrude:

euoria:

esscence:

madenbrookland:

preppyandclassy:

lost-moonlight:

finding-shanti:

fapwizard:

nonesense-world:

this is probably one of the sexiest gifs ever

hollllllllllly.

Holy sweet baby jesus



now this man is either dead or just old as hell but lord he was something else.

who is thiss someone message me!!!

he was my boyfriend in the 1960’s. im immortal

WHO IS THIS

Ahh good old Marlon Brando. Here’s a pic of him before and after his make-up for the Godfather

reallyrude:

euoria:

esscence:

madenbrookland:

preppyandclassy:

lost-moonlight:

finding-shanti:

fapwizard:

nonesense-world:

this is probably one of the sexiest gifs ever

hollllllllllly.

Holy sweet baby jesus

now this man is either dead or just old as hell but lord he was something else.

who is thiss someone message me!!!

he was my boyfriend in the 1960’s. im immortal

WHO IS THIS

Ahh good old Marlon Brando. Here’s a pic of him before and after his make-up for the Godfather

(Source: nonsense-world, via pitchblackcheshirecat)

September 2nd, 2014
So I bumped into this post today and while the line in italics made me smirk the line underneath it made me cringe because am I one of the few people who doesn’t think like a rapist? People who attach the hashtag #rapeculture make me think “you know what? you must be a rapist or something because I don’t think like that and I don’t see what you’re seeing so it’s definitely you and not me”. The irony is that I will be using the hashtag.
Now before you get all high and mighty, I’m going to smash down your pretentious little pedestal and shoot your high horse because while I am a guy, I have been a victim of rape. This happened almost ten years ago. I’ve moved on. I still see humour in things. I don’t think the world is jaded. I chose not to let it define me. I understand allusions, metaphors and allegory but if a person is pathetic enough to read into everything as this or that or whatever then you’re going to lead a very sad life. Most people I’ve met that have harped on about rape culture usually are accompanied by one specific line if asked one very apt question:"Have you ever been raped?"9 times out of 10 the answer will be along the lines of “no. but I know someone who was” or “no. but if by that you mean being objectified or ogled then yes I have”.
The fact you said “no” is the answer itself. Anything else that follows is pure justification to allow for their view/s to be forced upon us. Oh look I did rape culture allegory right there.Pure and simple. If your answer is “No” in any way, shape or form then count yourself lucky. A big thumbs up from a rape victim right here y’all. While I can openly talk about it, many can’t. And constantly saying there is a culture around rape is sick. Not just with the rapists but with the thinks-like-a-rapists as well. The anti-rape culture preachers (advocates are fine because they usually aren’t preachy about it).I’m not advocating rape whatsoever. I’m just sick and tired of people seeing things that aren’t there. Destroying innocence because they think they are right. And reading between the lines because they have nothing better to do. Guess what. If you do read between the lines and you’re one of the few who sees something no one else saw, then you’re reading it wrong. I guess if I view the one-liner from a different perspective then sure, I can see what they are getting at but seriously. Get over yourself you pretentious fuck.
Rape happens unfortunately. It’s a societal thing that does need to be stopped but if you’re seeing rape culture in a one-line wisecrack or (as I have posted previously), a children’s movie then you need to go get some help. Especially since if you’re thinking something is rape culture, you need to find out why you’re seeing things like a rapist.

So I bumped into this post today and while the line in italics made me smirk the line underneath it made me cringe because am I one of the few people who doesn’t think like a rapist? People who attach the hashtag #rapeculture make me think “you know what? you must be a rapist or something because I don’t think like that and I don’t see what you’re seeing so it’s definitely you and not me”. The irony is that I will be using the hashtag.

Now before you get all high and mighty, I’m going to smash down your pretentious little pedestal and shoot your high horse because while I am a guy, I have been a victim of rape. This happened almost ten years ago. I’ve moved on. I still see humour in things. I don’t think the world is jaded. I chose not to let it define me. I understand allusions, metaphors and allegory but if a person is pathetic enough to read into everything as this or that or whatever then you’re going to lead a very sad life. Most people I’ve met that have harped on about rape culture usually are accompanied by one specific line if asked one very apt question:

"Have you ever been raped?"

9 times out of 10 the answer will be along the lines of “no. but I know someone who was” or “no. but if by that you mean being objectified or ogled then yes I have”.

The fact you said “no” is the answer itself. Anything else that follows is pure justification to allow for their view/s to be forced upon us. Oh look I did rape culture allegory right there.

Pure and simple. If your answer is “No” in any way, shape or form then count yourself lucky. A big thumbs up from a rape victim right here y’all. While I can openly talk about it, many can’t. And constantly saying there is a culture around rape is sick. Not just with the rapists but with the thinks-like-a-rapists as well. The anti-rape culture preachers (advocates are fine because they usually aren’t preachy about it).

I’m not advocating rape whatsoever. I’m just sick and tired of people seeing things that aren’t there. Destroying innocence because they think they are right. And reading between the lines because they have nothing better to do. Guess what. If you do read between the lines and you’re one of the few who sees something no one else saw, then you’re reading it wrong. I guess if I view the one-liner from a different perspective then sure, I can see what they are getting at but seriously. Get over yourself you pretentious fuck.

Rape happens unfortunately. It’s a societal thing that does need to be stopped but if you’re seeing rape culture in a one-line wisecrack or (as I have posted previously), a children’s movie then you need to go get some help. Especially since if you’re thinking something is rape culture, you need to find out why you’re seeing things like a rapist.