A Patchwork Life

living life one patch at a time

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Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

SHUT THE HELL U P

this man has gone too far

damn

Where does Marvel FIND these people?

Imagine - Chris Pratt and Jeremy Renner show up to your door the night of prom and your parents are like WHY DO YOU HAVE TWO DATES AND WHY ARE THEY SO BIG AND BEEFY AND INTIMIDATING but Chris is just like “Nah I’m hair” and Jeremy raises his hand and says “And I’m makeup”

surprisingly well done

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eridanni164:

lovingmyfangirllife:

Hey guys so i’ve seen other people try this and thought i would try it. I was suppose to switch schools this year but my mom changed her mind and now i cant, and now the only way her and Joe will let me switch for sophomore year is if this gets 30,000 notes. I got bullied so much last year that i went back in the closet and i’ve talked to the principal of the school my mom is making me go to and he cant to anything about bullying because of “religious freedom”. I went on a tour of the school I want to go to and met who my classmates would be and i feel completely safe there, while at the school my mom wants me to go to I dont feel safe and my anxiety is worse. So maybe we can get enough notes on this for me to transfer? 

girl i got bullied for 2 years and im finally being pulled out, imma get you those notes babe!

C’mon guys, five seconds to reblog this will help this person! We got to a million notes to get a guy to Disney, 30k should be easy!

Over 30K now and still rising. <3

14soldierscourageinabox:

eridanni164:

lovingmyfangirllife:

Hey guys so i’ve seen other people try this and thought i would try it. I was suppose to switch schools this year but my mom changed her mind and now i cant, and now the only way her and Joe will let me switch for sophomore year is if this gets 30,000 notes. I got bullied so much last year that i went back in the closet and i’ve talked to the principal of the school my mom is making me go to and he cant to anything about bullying because of “religious freedom”. I went on a tour of the school I want to go to and met who my classmates would be and i feel completely safe there, while at the school my mom wants me to go to I dont feel safe and my anxiety is worse. So maybe we can get enough notes on this for me to transfer? 

girl i got bullied for 2 years and im finally being pulled out, imma get you those notes babe!

C’mon guys, five seconds to reblog this will help this person! We got to a million notes to get a guy to Disney, 30k should be easy!

Over 30K now and still rising. <3

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temporaldecay:

Like, it’s totally okay if you’re not equipped to handle the issues of race and racism and colonialism and all the fuckery that follows from white supremacy and your (hopefully unintentional) place benefiting from it.

I respect your right to not have the spoons to handle shit. I respect the wisdom to realize you don’t know shit and should probably sit back and learn instead of trying to come in guns blazing, trying to take over the conversation.

No one can have a stake on every fight. No one can take each fight personally.

But don’t fucking throw us under the bus. And don’t fucking barricade yourself against criticism by flaunting your oppression credentials. Being autistic or OCD or depressed is not a fucking free pass to be a goddamn bag of racist shit. Being gay or trans or bi or poly or asexual or whatever you identify with doesn’t mean you’re automatically excused from being called out if you decide to show your racist ass in public.

I don’t care how fucking oppressed you are.

You don’t fix your oppression by shitting on a different group.

There’s no identity you can claim that gives you a free pass to be racist.

Why is this so hard to fucking understand and why are white people so fucking quick to bring up their struggles when they get called out on this shit? No one’s denying your struggles, we’re just asking you to not add to ours, you fucking jerk.

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Korra Episodes Pulled

-squint- Nick, don’t Firefly Korra. That’s just not cool.

Well, now I feel extra bad for being two seasons behind on Legend of Korra: after dismal ratings for its third (yet brilliant, I’ve been told) season this year, Nickeloden has started to quietly pull some of the show’s episodes.

While the first episode of the series in 2012 saw an audience of 4.55 million viewers and the second season premiere, which was then the highest, the ratings have not been so favoriable since; the second season premiere only got about 2.60 million viewers, and the third saw 1.5 million. Recently, the fourth and fifth episodes got as low as 1.1 million viewers.

As a response, Nickelodeon has pulled one of the episodes from this Friday, and two more that were scheduled to air between August 1st and August 8th. It’s unclear when they plan to air them now, but considering that this season’s already had its share of airing problems, it’s hard to be optimistic about the show’s chances. Hopefully we’ll get some kind of an answer this weekend during Comic-Con.”

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In pop culture, girls who crush hopelessly on guys they can’t have are painted as just that – hopeless. Over and over again, we’re taught that girls who openly express sexual or romantic interest in guys who don’t want them are pitiable, stalkerish, desperate, crazy bitches. More often than not, they’re also portrayed as ugly – whether physically, emotionally or both – in order to further establish their undesirability as an objective fact. Both narratively and, as a consequence, in real life, men are given free reign to snub, abuse, mislead and talk down to such women: we’re raised to believe that female desire is unseemly, so that any consequent shaming is therefore deserved. There is no female-equivalent Friend Zone terminology because, in the language of our culture, a man’s romantic choices are considered sacrosanct and inviolable. If a girl has been told no, then she has only herself to blame for anything that happens next – but if a woman says no, then she must not really mean it. Or, if she does, she shouldn’t: the rejected man is a universally sympathetic figure, and everyone from moviegoers to platonic onlookers will scream at her to just give him a chance, as though her rejection must always be unfounded rather than based on the fact that he had a chance, and blew it. And even then, give him another one! The pathos of Single Nice Guys can only be eased by pity-sex with unwilling women that blossoms into romance!

Lamenting the Friendzone, or: The Nice Guy Approach to Perpetuating Sexist Bullshit  (via grrl-meat)

My sister was telling me over the holidays about this article or book she’d read about girls and crushes, particularly the deep adolescent crushes girls have on unattainable stars. The idea was that the intense emotion behind many of them was a means of expression 

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