Posted 2 months ago

bestnatesmithever:

First of all, Mikey WAS dropped as a kid. Have you seen the origin story?

Secondly, all of the Ninja Turtles are badasses. They’re 15-year-old highly trained ninjas who can fight off ninja clans and mutant monsters.

Unfortunately, society seems to think that in order to be badass, you have to be surly. Apparently you can’t be tough with a smile on your face. 

You know who else acts like they were dropped as a child? This guy

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Maybe you don’t think Jackie Chan is a badass, but let’s review his track record. Here are some of the injuries he has sustained:

And yet, through all these injuries he sustained while filming movies, he went on to complete the filming.

The point I’m trying to make is this man is a badass. And yet

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We need to let go of our childish and archaic notions that to be a “real man” or a badass you need sulk around and have anger issues. 

True strength comes from compassion. A real badass can smile in the face of danger.

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Finally, if you dislike someone because of their physical appearance, you have some growing up to do.

I always liked Mikey the most because nunchucks had more flair than sticks and blades.

Posted 2 months ago

mrgolightly:

jasminekor:

Seriously, people.  This shit still goes on.

Why is anyone surprised by these comments? They’re comments on Youtube. Youtube is the place for literally the dumbest and most ignorant comments on Earth. I read a comment earlier today that said Mr. I’m So Beautiful But No Girls Pay Me Any Attention BC I’m Super Fucking Creepy and Narcissistic Elliot Dodger was a closet gay and should’ve just came out and gone to a gay club and got all the sex he wanted. ‘Cause yeah, being a 22 year old male virgin who hates all blonde girls bc they won’t sleep with him must automatically mean you’re gay. Bitch, please. Was I surprised by this fuckery though? No, because it’s Youtube. Youtube is like 3/4 idiots/trolls and 1/4 people that hate idiots/trolls.

I just want to say on behalf of men, I’m sorry. I’m sorry that this is the society we live in and that some of us still think this way, some of us still think of your bodies as our property.

Also I want to say that we are out there, those gentlemen who know better. Those of us who want you to live a life free of the constant threat of sexual violence. Who know you are not objects but people; thinking, feeling and with your own hopes struggles and aspirations. We don’t want anything from you, aside from you to be happy and safe. We’re out there, and we will keep working with you to try and eliminate the backwards understanding of female sexually that our culture still clings to.

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Posted 4 months ago
Since they happened to have some skulls lying around, they filled it with 1400 grams of ground beef
Posted 4 months ago

Why are they all looking at me like I just farted?

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Posted 5 months ago

nachosinthetardis:

there are nice americans

there are rude americans

there are nice brits

there are rude brits

there are nice canadians

there’s justin bieber

*there are nice brits

There’s Piers Morgan

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Posted 5 months ago

mrfalling12345:

OMG WHAT DID I DO!?

For mobile just hold the reblog button

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Posted 6 months ago
Posted 6 months ago

bestnatesmithever:

robotfisherman:

 Mitt - A Netflix Original

This man could have been president

No…he really could not have.

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Posted 6 months ago

skinks:

remember 2001-2004 though???!? remember windows xp and kerrang and neopets and shrek being a big deal and beyblades and ps2 skating/snowboarding games and “i believe in a thing called love” and flash video sites and avril lavigne and wearing chains on jeans and t.A.T.u. and seeing LOTR and PotC in cinemas and how every boy looked like reese from malcolm in the middle

NO. WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DO THIS WITH THE 2000 DECADE. WE DID IT WITH THE 80S AND THEN THE 90S AND IF I HAVE TO DO IT ONE MORE TIME IT MEANS I’M OLD SO NO. I’M DONE. I AIN’T REMEMBERING SHIT.

Posted 7 months ago
Reverse racism doesn't exist, because it's just racism, no matter who is doing it or who is the victim.
Anonymous asked

thefrogman:

I guess I’m going to have to expand on my “reverse real" post because I keep getting this same message over and over again. 

First, I would like to tell you a story. I have severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Many of you know this. It affects me every second of my life. The discomfort and misery I feel is always with me, no matter how hard I try to ignore it. Unless you have this condition, it would be impossible to understand the levels of fatigue I can feel.

One time I was talking to a person and they were asking me about CFS. I tried my best to describe what it’s like and the challenges it posed in my life. To which they responded…

"Yeah, I get really tired sometimes. I know how you feel."

No. You. Don’t.

Not even close. I had to do everything in my power to keep from screaming. 

Reverse racism and “racism towards whites” is an attempt for privileged people to say, “Yeah, we’re victims too. We know how you feel.”

No. You. Don’t.

You are trying to equate that one time a person of color made you feel bad with hundreds of years of systematic oppression? Really? 

"But the dictionary defines racism as…" PLEASE STOP YOUR BRAIN RIGHT THERE. 

Some dictionaries define something else as a bundle of sticks. Let’s not use the dictionary for this discussion. 

The truth is, you are looking up the wrong definition. You need to be looking up oppression. In our society, it is systematic, meaning racism happens from the very tippie top of our government, to local government, to our police force, to our schools, to our neighborhoods. And if you look at all of the people in charge of these things, the majority of them seem to have rather pale complexions. 

When a person of color gets angry, upset, or harsh towards white folks, it isn’t about the white race or culture. It is about our privilege. It is about how many of us take it for granted. How we refuse to acknowledge it. How when we get our feelings hurt, we say we are victims, just like them. That it’s the same for us. 

I’ve been white for quite a long time. I can say for a fact that I’ve never had to worry about not being represented in the media. I don’t have to worry about not being considered for a job because my name seems too “ethnic.” Something I have personally heard an old boss of mine say, as he rejected a resume. I’ve been pulled over a few times by the police and not once have I been afraid. I can go to the store, buy skittles, and walk home without getting shot. 

Sure, I don’t care for prejudice of any kind. But it’s really hard to blame people of color for being angry. For lashing out. It can certainly be taken too far… but please don’t call that racism. Don’t equate your hurt feelings with this systematic oppression.

You DON’T know how they feel.