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markruffalo:

aos-skimmons:

so I was thinking that mark ruffalo sounds a lot like mark buffalo, and then i decided that i obviously wasn’t going to be the only one who thought about this. so i typed ‘ruffalo the buffalo’ into google images and i found these…

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i don’t know why but it made me happy 

I don’t know why but it makes me happy too.

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http://fluffydragons.co.vu/post/98852602988/facebooksexism-shakethecobwebs-i-really-need

facebooksexism:

shakethecobwebs:

i really need people to stop talking about mras only in terms of fedoras/being bronys/how unkempt they are, etc. because there are dudes out here looking like hollister models who need to be held just as accountable for their creepy/misogynistic…

( 22 hours ago) · Sep 30,2014 → 13,970 notes

candidphotosofdrake:

I wonder how Jesse Pinkman is doing

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eliasericson:

ps people actually say things like this
(this comic iis n the latest Galago Magazine, buy it if it’s available where you live!)
( 1 day ago) · Sep 30,2014 → 23,923 notes
gyclli:

Kluane National Park by Rémi Boucher | 500px
A boy and a girl run around on the grass at the park. The boy tackles the girl. The girl laughs. She gets up and runs away. She loves to run. He chases, she turns and they grab each other, tumble and land in a pile, giggling. After a few minutes, he tackles her again and she lands a bit hard. She is bigger and physical, but he more than holds his own in roughhousing. She pauses for a second. Then she laughs again; she’s still having fun.

Dad gets his attention, and says, “If she’s not having fun, you have to stop.”

He is two. He needs to hear this now, and so does she. And again, and again, and again, so that like wearing a helmet on the bike it is ingrained.

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Parents, siblings, carers, cousins, teachers, tutors, mentors, aunts, uncles, etc, of young children: we have a chance to mold the gender relations of the future.

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