1. 13:30 19th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from uwotm8y8

    Tags: aceynessComics

    dannyqhantom:

    Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 

     
  2. 19:45 18th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from uwotm8y8

    Replace the vowels in your URL with “oodle”

    uwotm8y8:

    joanthedeductionist:

    princess-neville:

    cumaeansibyl:

    nehirose:

    dirt-roads:

    T t

    jeshala:

    I am still in love with joodleshoodleloodle.

    doodlert roodleoodles

    noodlehoodleroodlesoodle

    oh dear I think I have to do this

    coodlemoodleoodleoodlensoodlebyl

    proodlencoodless-noodlevoodlelloodle

    joodlenthoodledoodleoodlectoodlenoodleist

    oodlewoodletm8oodle8

    troodlenspoodlendoodleroodler

    (Source: top-hat-fox)

     
  3. hexgoddess:

    bunbijou:

    also: please make fun of benedict cumberbach. he openly misgendered chelsea manning and received basically
    like no shit for it, please make fun of him for looking more like a foot than boys do typically

    I thought his name was Bendystraw Colonoscopy

     
  4. 05:13

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    Reblogged from galacticpleasuredome

    mushroomsugar:

    Trans blogger: Trans people are better than cis people.

    Cis blogger: Trans All people are better than cis people. Fixed.

    Cis blogger: wait

     
  5. 13:36 15th Apr 2014

    Notes: 74277

    Reblogged from hey-bitch-jerk-assbutt

    Tags: story of my life

    zomzie:

    kagahimedesu:

    If I consider you a close friend chances are I’m gonna be at least a little gay with you

    (Source: dropdeadesu)

     
  6. 13:35

    Notes: 137

    Reblogged from goldenheartedrose

    salaciathehalfman asked: OH MY GOD I've done the leg stroking thing and people thought I was FLIRTING WITH THEM

    goldenheartedrose:

    the---cat-is-called-hamish:

    Neurotypicals, everyone.

    This. Apparently nt people think it’s a seduction technique. I just…. No.

    Whaaaaat. That is so perplexing. Why would they even think that?

     
  7. victorianautistic:

    Does anyone else who is on the spectrum sound “foreign” when they speak sometimes?

    I often sound like I am from a different country in terms of the grammar I use and my accent/ choice of vocabulary when I speak aloud. I know the correct grammar etc and my “natural” accent is a region less British accent, and generally I have no problems, but sometimes (and it seems to be completely at random) I have a foreign accent and use grammar and words typical of non-native English speakers.

    When I was in high school, some people claimed that I was british for some reason, but I have reason to suspect that was largely from my diction and grammatical structures more than my accent per se. Though I do seem to pick up and replicate accents fairly readily. If I’m around people with other accents, I’ve got to consciously check myself so I don’t start using theirs accidentally because I worry they’d think I was mocking them.
    I don’t know why, but atypical language use is, as far as I can tell, pretty much standard issue with autistic peeps.

     
  8. 10:42

    Notes: 433404

    Reblogged from uwotm8y8

    Tags: life goals

    accioguitardis:

    cyberunfamous:

    trillow:

    how much do islands cost i want one

    Less than a college education

    image

    what the fuck

    linky thing

     
  9. 10:16

    Notes: 506

    Reblogged from thefemmemonster

    Tags: ultimate future house

    (Source: areweevenalive)

     
  10. 14:54 14th Apr 2014

    Notes: 35851

    Reblogged from fuckyeahmonstergirls

    Tags: merfolk

    image: Download

    ricardobessa:


What if mermaids live really long - and the longer they live, the bigger they grow?

(I guess the bigger they grow, the harder it is for them to stick their torso and even their head out of the water. That’s why no one ever sees the big ones. And definitely never the huge ones.)
A bit late to the party, but here’s my contribution to Julie Dillon’s Catalog of Merfolk. I didn’t have nearly as much time to finish this as I wanted, but I have to be up in 5 hours so this will have to do!

    ricardobessa:

    What if mermaids live really long - and the longer they live, the bigger they grow?

    (I guess the bigger they grow, the harder it is for them to stick their torso and even their head out of the water. That’s why no one ever sees the big ones. And definitely never the huge ones.)

    A bit late to the party, but here’s my contribution to Julie Dillon’s Catalog of Merfolk. I didn’t have nearly as much time to finish this as I wanted, but I have to be up in 5 hours so this will have to do!

     
  11. 13:27 13th Apr 2014

    Notes: 31

    Reblogged from lookatthemtheygetablog

    lookatthemtheygetablog:

    In the vein of this morning’s discussion. 

    How do diagnosed autistic people feel about self diagnosed “autistic people” using the ‘actuallyautistic’ tag or other autism spectrum based tags? 

    I ask because we’re not autistic and have no real right to an opinion on the matter but I’m curious and would like to learn. Sorry if I’m overstepping any boundaries. 

    -Jet

    I am wary that you are just trying to start a kerfuffle, what with you putting ‘autistic people’ in scare quotes and what have you, but the general consensus seems to be that the tag is for autistic people, regardless of whether they’ve had a doctor tell them they are. (And for asking questions of us, there’s the ‘askanautistic’ tag.)

     
  12. 20:52 12th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1175

    Reblogged from weirdoautisticseacat

    Let’s retire the phrases “male/female-bodied” please. Thanks.

    (Source: queerrelevant)

     
  13. 20:42

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    Reblogged from logicalabsurdity

    image: Download

    autisticfairy:

justiceleagueforjustice:

princess-foureyes:

So my close friend started this petition to allow trans people to join the army, because it’s her friend’s dream to do so, but the army apparently sees being transgender as a mental illness. It’s clearly not only discrimination, but misinformation. The petition was literally just created a few seconds ago,  so it only has my signature and a few others on it right now. But we have a good month to see this pick up the pace and get bigger.If you could sign this and pass the post on, it’d be really really helpful. All you really need to do is create an account and sign it, so it’s not too hard at all! If anything, reblog this to signal boost it or something. But if you really can just take like. 5 seconds out of your day, it wouldn’t be that hard to see someone’s dream come true, along with many others. You’ll also be helping to stop some discrimination against trans individuals which is a big plus too.Thanks!

so long as they can do the job and protect their fellow soldiers and civilians i dont give a fuck
—bamtan

no don’t do this, the outcomes will be horrible. will trans people be counted as men? as women? you know the government is transphobic as fuck.
what about selective service? You know trans women are going to be even more in danger if this passes. don’t sign this at all.

Yeah. I’m majorly side-eying this one. (not least of all because I think there are way more important things to care about than who gets to kill and die for a system that doesn’t give two shits about us.)

    autisticfairy:

    justiceleagueforjustice:

    princess-foureyes:

    So my close friend started this petition to allow trans people to join the army, because it’s her friend’s dream to do so, but the army apparently sees being transgender as a mental illness. It’s clearly not only discrimination, but misinformation. The petition was literally just created a few seconds ago,  so it only has my signature and a few others on it right now. But we have a good month to see this pick up the pace and get bigger.

    If you could sign this and pass the post on, it’d be really really helpful. All you really need to do is create an account and sign it, so it’s not too hard at all! If anything, reblog this to signal boost it or something. But if you really can just take like. 5 seconds out of your day, it wouldn’t be that hard to see someone’s dream come true, along with many others. You’ll also be helping to stop some discrimination against trans individuals which is a big plus too.

    Thanks!

    so long as they can do the job and protect their fellow soldiers and civilians i dont give a fuck

    —bamtan

    no don’t do this, the outcomes will be horrible. will trans people be counted as men? as women? you know the government is transphobic as fuck.

    what about selective service? You know trans women are going to be even more in danger if this passes. don’t sign this at all.

    Yeah. I’m majorly side-eying this one. (not least of all because I think there are way more important things to care about than who gets to kill and die for a system that doesn’t give two shits about us.)

     
  14. 11:56

    Notes: 4584

    Reblogged from bittergrapes

    Tags: ableist fuckery

    thevoxbox:

    theconcealedweapon:

    Abled people complain about disabled people needing accommodations, because “in the real world there are no accommodations”.

    But abled people receive accommodations all the time. Cars are an accommodation for those who can’t run a steady speed of 60 mph. Stairs are an accommodation for those who can’t jump from one story to the next. Phones are an accommodation for those who can’t communicate telepathically. Calculators are an accommodation for those who can’t do large math problems in their head. Lights are an accommodation for those who can’t see in the dark. Stoves are an accommodation for those who can’t heat things with their eyes. Clocks are an accommodation for those who can’t tell what time it is just by the position of the sun. Jackets are an accommodation for those who are susceptible to frostbite when it’s cold. 

    Abled people receive accommodations all the time, but since it’s considered socially acceptable to need those accommodations, they’re not considered accommodations. But imagine if you lived in a world where you needed those accommodations but most people didn’t. That’s what it feels like to be disabled.

    This is an incredibly important post. As one of my favourite professors said, “Technology is not innocent." As in, all technology had to be designed by a human being. And chances are, if that human being had any biases or assumptions that could be translated into the technology they created, they probably wound up in there. Practically everything is designed specifically for abled people. Think about cars, for example. Could you drive a car one-handed? Well, yeah, very likely, but since most people have two hands, they designed the cars to use both hands. Two hands to grip the steering wheel, buttons and levers on both sides of said wheel, etc. There is nothing that says cars are better when you design them for one specific degree of physical wellness, but yet that is exactly how they’re designed.  This extends to virtually everything human-made you see. I do mean everything.

    So for the love of heaven, please don’t whine and complain when you see disabled people of any variety getting “special accommodations.” All technological design is purposeful. Every piece of technology you see was designed to accommodate someone. If you’re lucky enough to be accommodated by something’s most common design, don’t be an ass to people who would be better served by an alternate version.

     
  15. lmnpnch:

Black Widow

    lmnpnch:

    Black Widow