finalgrrl:

i loooooove personality quizzes and astrology and alignments and personality types because i’m completely obsessed with myself

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desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

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ekisaleks:

taylor-sea:

The progression of video games in a few decades.

Cube tits got hot

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cools-the-fools:

trying to get kills on more experienced players like:image

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fannyann:

i would follow you to the ends of the earth with only mild complaining 

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glasmond:



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 Reblogging again because there are some new ones and put them together in one post.

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ladugard:

The only nail polish for me

ladugard:

The only nail polish for me

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harlequinhatter:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I used to love Mulan when I was younger. Now that I’m older all I can think about is how the only reason she was able to accomplish anything was because she dressed as a man. I don’t really think that makes her a good role model, when there are so many women in history who accomplished equally as impressive things, just as women"

EXCUSE YOU
Yes, Mulan dressed as a man, BUT SHE WAS STILL A WOMAN. Dressing as a man was the only way to do what she needed to do, becauese of the social pressures of her time. She RISKED HER LIFE to step out of her gender roles and save her father. And the audience was reminded of her womanhood constantly. And lets not forget this scene.

Even though she was dressed as a man for most of the film, remember that she bested Shan Yu, saved China, and earned a seat with the Emporer AS A WOMAN. That scene was everything. It showed that what really made her increadible wasn’t her clothes, but her abilities. She is an AMAZING role model. She teaches young girls (and even boys) that they can accomplish anything, despite their insecuries. She teaches us that it’s okay to over step your gender roles, but it’s also okay to embrace them to an extent. She teaches us to never give up, and to keep fighting for what you beleive in, even when those who you trusted most turn on you. Mulan is fucking amazing.

harlequinhatter:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I used to love Mulan when I was younger. Now that I’m older all I can think about is how the only reason she was able to accomplish anything was because she dressed as a man. I don’t really think that makes her a good role model, when there are so many women in history who accomplished equally as impressive things, just as women"

EXCUSE YOU

Yes, Mulan dressed as a man, BUT SHE WAS STILL A WOMAN. Dressing as a man was the only way to do what she needed to do, becauese of the social pressures of her time. She RISKED HER LIFE to step out of her gender roles and save her father. And the audience was reminded of her womanhood constantly. And lets not forget this scene.

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Even though she was dressed as a man for most of the film, remember that she bested Shan Yu, saved China, and earned a seat with the Emporer AS A WOMAN. That scene was everything. It showed that what really made her increadible wasn’t her clothes, but her abilities. She is an AMAZING role model. She teaches young girls (and even boys) that they can accomplish anything, despite their insecuries. She teaches us that it’s okay to over step your gender roles, but it’s also okay to embrace them to an extent. She teaches us to never give up, and to keep fighting for what you beleive in, even when those who you trusted most turn on you. Mulan is fucking amazing.

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everything-fuckable:

*buys kinky bra for looking hot in front of the mirror at 3am by yourself*

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