Maru is so big.
Maru is so big.
You got: Nickleback help
What is it with Buzzfeed and grammar? Everybody makes mistakes, but don’t you guys have proofreaders?
How the hell is she telling you to live your life?
She seems really great at dealing with all the (deserved) attention she gets.
My name even means lily.
I can see why he got annoyed, but his behavior was completely unjustified. Just saying “I don’t agree with you; let’s not discuss this any more” would have been a much better response; wouldn’t have satisfied everyone but at least he wouldn’t have made such a damn fool of himself.
Sure is Kaiji in here.
Nice satire. Hopefully he’ll make good on his word and donate the money to charity, or at least throw a nice party or something.
I really don’t understand how anyone can look at a case like this and feel more sympathy for the rapist than for the victim.
Same here. I’m pretty boyish (to the point of occasionally passing for a guy), but having too much leg and armpit hair just feels uncomfortable. That said, I think this is a great exercise and would definitely try it out if I were in her class (and not just for the points).
Way to derail the conversation. I very much doubt destiel69 had the second meaning in mind (especially since they wrote “man” instead of “men”) but even if they did, one person who hates all white cis guys is nothing compared to the horrific sexism and oppression perpetrated by this judge.
I don’t know whether to laugh or feel awful. Want to go with the first option but that poor kid.
The video under “This is my website” is the same as the “I’m scared” one.
Depends on how much you like giant robots fighting giant monsters. I loved it; a lot of people who don’t like those things found it stupid. I’ve heard criticism of the characters and plot but I thought they were decent, if not phenomenal.
I really hope the author knows the yellow ones are joke edits.
I’m really confused about that heart.
Thought I was the only one who did #1. I always do it unconsciously too.
These are the same type of people who think Pacific Rim was a transformers rip-off.
Teenager thinks about sex. Story at 11.
Bad news is that my name is a synonym for slut. Good news is that the article actually has decent grammar (though given it’s about a dozen words long, that’s not much of an achievement).
Oh my God Moorchild is the best book EVER. (just had to put that out there because it’s one of my favorite YA books and I almost never see it mentioned. and the dedication really fits, I totally identified with the main character as a kid).
This article is 1000% more awesome for using a Revolutionary Girl Utena gif.
#4 is actually interesting. I’m sure many fanfics have covered the state of feminine hygiene products/lack thereof at Hogwarts.
#16 isn’t funny, but if you’d written “The love child of Professors Sprout and Flitwick” I might have giggled a bit.
Seems like one of those people who’s charmingly annoying if you regard him from a distance and agonizingly annoying if you have to interact with him.
Lost it at #8.
“You can be a bit smug and judgmental sometimes, but you’re not a total jerk. You just have good taste, you know?” It’s official. I’m better than all of you.
Most of the trans women who are attending or trying to attend Smith seem to identity fully as women, though. No gray area there.
Reminds me of Oolong.
I don’t have a Facebook account so I can’t reply to Lance Hart up there, but undocumented immigrants do NOT get free college tuition. Undocumented kids who want to go to college for free have to work for scholarships like everyone else, and I’m pretty sure that’s a lot harder for them since they’re not citizens. I’m tired of scared white Americans’ perception that people of color, immigrants, and every other minority in the nation gets life handed to them on a silver platter. It’s just another excuse for them to blame their own failure on society—“It’s not my fault I can’t get anywhere, I’m an oppressed white man!” Right, I’m sure if you were some poor black kid from the inner city you’d be at Harvard.
Nigil. I like it.
I don’t give to the Salvation Army because they’ve supported anti-gay legislation, turned gay people away from their shelters, and fired an employee for being gay. I don’t judge people who do give to the SA (just like I’d never judge anyone for eating at Chic-fil-a), but when I walk past a SA bellringer, it’s not because I’m stingy, it’s because I don’t want to support their discriminatory policies.
Honestly, I feel like one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned working in a restaurant is that you’re going to hate some perfectly decent people. That, and “don’t come into a restaurant five minutes before closing or the staff will glare daggers at your back and curse your family’s name.”
While I generally like these types of articles, I can’t fully agree with that first item. I work at a Noodles & Company and while it bothers me when people ask for a bunch of modifications/extra shit, I don’t think it makes them horrible people. A lot of what matters to me is their attitude—if they appreciate the trouble we employees are going to for them, then I don’t hate them. If, on the other hand, they act rude or entitled, then yes, I will hate them. (Though sometimes I end up hating even the polite customers. It’s not personal). Also, mocking people for their weight is tacky. I understand the temptation, but if a fat customer is an asshole, it’s not because they’re fat, it’s because they’re an asshole.
The response of the photographer who wouldn’t take down the photo is amazing. Internet misogynists’ ability to spin any situation to make themselves the victim is truly incredible.
Time to google “non-Newtonian solid.”
“Internal server error”