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Accent Challenge Thingy (if you guys want to hear me say y’all like 5 times, and I was totally wrong about the coke/soda thing)


Tee trinken / Drinking Tea  - Lei Xue LINK

(via twistedtheory)


If you actually cared about men’s issues, you wouldn’t tack them on as an afterthought to a woman’s conversation: You’d instead be actively engaging in dialogues that explore the nuances of men’s problems in society. You wouldn’t simply wait until a woman is speaking and then shout “Yeah, men too!” You’d talk about these things independently and give men the attention that they deserve as individuals, instead of waiting for a woman to do the work, shouldering her aside and then insisting that men be given a spot on the stage too.

If you actually cared about women’s issues, you wouldn’t demand that they give up their space. You’d recognize that conversations by women and about women are perfectly valid. When a woman is talking about her personal experiences and the way social pressures have affected her life, you wouldn’t allow her to be interrupted or derailed. You wouldn’t actively talk over her or steal away attention, focusing on issues that are outside of her point, until the conversation drifts so far away that you aren’t even discussing women anymore.

So both now and in the future, my answer here is going to remain the same: Can we talk about everyone?


We’re still talking about women right now.



the-exercist in response to never ending “what about the men?” question

I just needed to give a special shout out to how great & useful these words were.

(via newwavefeminism)

(Source: newwavefeminism, via curiousgeorgiana)


Video: Nick Offerman Recites Some Profound Shower Thoughts [gifs via]


(via randomjuxtaposition)

Anonymous said: You're an ocean away yet it feels like you're next to me.



Why are you making it so hard for me to take classes?

I just want to learn, damn ittttt.

carrionofcats if I get my license in Seoul, I can get a Georgia license without having additional tests, so I thought it would just be an easy way to get two licenses… plus, I don’t have time in the states to go practice driving and stuff since I go to college. I have having to carry around my passport as identification in Atlanta when (even cvs requires id when I want to buy cold medicine????) so I thoughhhhhht it would be minimal work and a lot of benefits.
BUT Seoul driving is too stressful for me. Like I am about to have a heart attack any minute now stressful. And like our driving tests are out on actual roads. My test today required going to 뱅뱅사거리 which is like right on the big gangnam street with lots of intersections.

Okay, so, today confirmed that driving is the scariest activity out there. I just cried after I failed my driving exam because the fact that I would have to drive again this week stressed me out so much…



tagged by tiocfaidharlulz:

You can tell a lot about someone by the music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your iPod/iPhone/iTunes/media player and write down the first 10 songs. Then pass this onto 10 people.

  1. Love Songs on the Radio by Mojave 3
  2. Thank You by The Penthouse Sweets
  3. The Coming of Going by A-Set
  4. Misery and Gin by Merle Haggard
  5. My Heaven Knows no Reign by The Dying Californian
  6. Byrd Joel by Red House Painters
  7. This Is How It Feels by The Golden Palominos
  8. Rainbows in Gasoline by Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger
  9. Swollowtail by Brian Jonestown Massacre
  10. To The Wind by Broken Sky Oklahoma

I tag:

carrionofcats, craftbeerhallputsch, nodamncatnodamncradle, plasmalogical, prayforoptimists, dagwolf, that’s only six but i can’t think of any more

This has given me an excuse to transfer a good 240 songs to my amazon cloud or whatever so i can do this.  WARNING: i recently downloaded a bunch of kid friendly pop songs for W to listen to on my phone so that may be in this.

1. Kelly Clarkston (go figure): Since you’ve been gone

2. Sleater-Kinney: You’re No Rock and Roll Fun

3. The Starting Line: Making Love to the Camera

4. The Starting Line: Stay Where I Can See You

5. Fiona Apple: Fast as You Can

6. Sleater-Kinney: One Beat

7. Sleater-Kinney (wow is this actually shuffle or…): #1 Must Have

8. Foo Fighers: This is a Call

9. Weezer: Mykel and Carli (RIP)

10. American Football: Honestly

I tag:

nantajoong  mommystired  ecclesitrashtes  voidwish  v10l3n7 preeoz  allyish ladyfalcore actualplannigan knittymarie

1. 만나 (ft. Zion.T)— Primary

2. Sunday Morning— Maroon 5

3. Without You— Lana Del Rey

4. Young Folks— Peter Bjorn and John

5. Red Lights— Tiesto

6. Always Love— Nada Surf

7. We Used to Vacation— Cold War Kids

8. Crave You— Flight Facilities

9. Digsy’s Dinner— Oasis

10. Lost— Frank Ocean

I tag: caprediem, lostintrafficlights, joohoyy umbeijo-umacartadeamor & anyone else who hasn’t done this!


i just wanted to put this out there since im sure it’ll get written about differently tomorrow. 

(via curiousgeorgiana)


The worst part of outfitting our police officers as soldiers has been psychological. Give a man access to drones, tanks, and body armor, and he’ll reasonably think that his job isn’t simply to maintain peace, but to eradicate danger. Instead of protecting and serving, police are searching and destroying.

If officers are soldiers, it follows that the neighborhoods they patrol are battlefields. And if they’re working battlefields, it follows that the population is the enemy. And because of correlations, rooted in historical injustice, between crime and income and income and race, the enemy population will consist largely of people of color, and especially of black men. Throughout the country, police officers are capturing, imprisoning, and killing black males at a ridiculous clip, waging a very literal war on people like Michael Brown.


- America Is Not For Black People (via renegadetongue)

(Source: faboomama, via clementinevonradics)