Yeah, it’s weird to be raised like that in South Carolina.
As some one who lives in NJ this is pretty legit, we even curse at each other for cursing so much.
motherfuck yeah, ohio!
literally everyone in nj curses you cannot escape
now I know why oklahoma is such a bad place to live in….
FUCK YEAH :D
How the fuck are we not number one? (Also ny not being up there is weird shit)
Lol!!! FUCK YEAH, NJ!!! xDDD
aww yiss ohio
I love how Maryland is in the top five for both swearing and courteousness.
An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t
I have been waiting for this picture to come back around for so long to show it to someone.
realize that time machines
for richstraightwhite men who have
never feared walking down
the street at night.
smoke cigarettes with the luxury
of knowing that
they’ll kill you someday.
throw away your record players
and smash your vinyls into bits
that the jagged edges are
nowhere near as rough as the past
(also, just fucking download spotify already).
get dressed how you want
and eat what you want
and marry who you want
and learn what you want
just because you can.
that whalebone corset looks
prettier tucked away
in the glass case of a museum
than it would wrapped around
squeezing the breath from your lungs
and the roses blooming in your cheeks.
swallow pills instead of
biting your tongue.
you won’t be left in the gutter
or locked away in a tower,
money was always
hard to come by.
if you’re unhappy with where
we can fly, these days.
A New Perspective of the Day: Historical Figures Dressed in Contemporary Fashion
Ever imagined what Shakespeare would look like if he were alive today? The British television channel Yesterdaycommissioned several illustrations of historical figures re-imagined as if they were still around for the biographical series Secret Life Of.Among those who were drawn include Queen Marie Antoinette as a high-class socialite (above, top), King Henry VIII as a suave suit-wearing gentleman (above, middle) and Shakespeare as a vest-wearing hipster (above, bottom).
I picture number 5 to be read in the voice of Jack Donaghy…. And the rest by Kenneth
You made this better.
This is how I’d play chess
I HAVE NEVER LOVED A VIDEO SO DEARLY
I reblog this for the purpose of making paraTactician watch it, as it is strangely reminiscent of Dave and Sollux in Double or Nothing.
FOR A DOLLAR.
NAME THREE WHITE PEOPLE.