Posted 2 months ago
Just a reminder.

Just a reminder.

(Source: bklynboihood)

Posted 3 months ago

"Tim keeps having me kill his wife in his movies… I don’t know what that means" - Johnny Depp

(Source: loopholes)

Posted 3 months ago




These Hilarious Charts Will Show You Exactly Why Correlation Doesn’t Mean Causation (please do not remove source, thanks.)

This is magnificent.

But will increasing global temperatures and their effect on snowfall reduce the number of bedsheet entanglement deaths?

(I love this)

Posted 4 months ago
I don’t think love is always a huge, cataclysmal emotional event. I think sometimes it sits in front of you for a very long time until you glance over and say, oh, there you are. I don’t think it’s your saving grace. I think it’s the hand that you hold while you save yourself. I don’t think it’s someone who sweeps you off your feet. I think it’s someone who stays right beside you and lets you walk on your own. I don’t think it’s always a blazing but temporary insanity of racing hearts and hormones. I think that’s the love that changes us. The love that should stay with us is the calm, deep, thorough knowing that you want to be with someone despite logical objections. And what may be even more important than anything is that I think you find your own love at the very edges of where other people’s love pushes you.
Posted 8 months ago

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (A Homebirth)



Alright, so you want a homebirth. Before you decide what is best for you and your family, we should probably break down the process a bit.

So mamas and papas, everyone both and in between, let’s explore the mystical, the magical, the sometimes gross but always awesome world of homebirths!…

Some good safety tips!

Posted 1 year ago

The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice-versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.

(Source: amyrorys)

Posted 1 year ago


Opinions are like orgasms, most girls aren’t taught that it is okay to have their own and are only expected to further men’s.

(Source: awfulhappy)

Posted 1 year ago
The Rainbow/PUSH Coalition and it’s attorney, Robert Patillo, traveled to Savannah to investigate and interview employees of Paula Deen’s food conglomerate.

According to Robert Patillo, who interviewed several current and former employees, a family member consistently referred to a black cook as “my little monkey”; a black male employee who threatened to go to EEOC with complaints of discrimination was told “you don’t have any civil rights here” by Deen’s brother; that whites are routinely paid more and promoted sooner than blacks; that until recently a black women who for years helped Deen create her recipes and taught her to cook was paid less than $10.00 per hour; that Deen preferred white and light skinned blacks to work with customers and relegating darker blacks to back-of-the-house operations; that blacks are reluctant to speak openly about working conditions due to fears of retaliation from Deen.

Attorney Janice L. Mathis, VP of Rainbow PUSH indicates that “these reports seem to indicate systemic discrimination and exclusion and are inconsistent with Deen’s statements. The allegations are credible in the sense that they corroborate each other. Unfortunately, there are still pockets of culture in the South that persist in unenlightened attitudes and practices.”

“Coalition finds discrimination case against Paula Deen”

So it’s not just using the n-word, telling racist jokes, or planning a plantation slave-fantasy wedding — it’s career and workplace discrimination, which is legally more serious.

Anybody who’s remotely familiar with the food industry knows about the ubiquitous racism underlying front-of-the-house and back-of-the-house assignments, pay rates, prestige, and career opportunities. It happens everywhere all the time; but maybe this is as good a place as any to start prosecuting it.

Also this: “A black woman who for years helped Deen create her recipes and taught her to cook was paid less than $10.00 per hour.” Yeah, she made millions stealing African American food culture from a woman whom she paid ten bucks an hour.

(via zuky)

Posted 1 year ago

Can’t have a Whovian wedding without a Whovian cake! I loved my wedding cake

Posted 1 year ago

Reposting to watch later