Title: Yaoi

mzaimcraft22:

It is not pronounced yowi it is pronounced yaa ou i

thrillboswaggins:

why does tumblr take you to your dash whenever you reblog something from someone’s blog whose idea

alexlikesdesign:

I’m pretty excited about playing through Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty.

As a kid, I adored Abe’s Oddysee and spent a lot of time drawing characters from that world, so it’s only fitting that I’d illustrate a Slig to celebrate New ‘n’ Tasty’s release.

By Alex Griendling / Blog / Twitter

#oddworld

rayomz:

we’ve come so far :’)

rayomz:

Which #Rayman Legends costume do you prefer?
#1 Rayman (classic) - #2 Sir Rayelot - #3 Raybox - #4 Raymolk - #5 Raymesis
Tell us the number of your favorite costume in the comments! (x)

?????? no rayomz?? wth

too hott for facebook

ughsocialjustice:

poorpoorpitifulme:

listener-blue:

“Women Against Feminism” has become a thing and we can pretty much hear the hoofbeats of the Four Horsemen, signaling End Times.

Lucky for us, Beyoncé has stepped in to save the day with a single photo — as she’s been known to do.

Tuesday (July 22), Bey posted a photo to Instagram in which she’s all kitted out like Rosie The Riveter, flexing under the words “We Can Do It.” She didn’t provide any context for the snap, but we’re pretty much assuming that she posted it to basically save the world from itself. Also because she looks damn good in loose denim.

Queen Bey isn’t new to feminism — she’s basically been dubbed an honorary Riot Grrrl by Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna and she contributed an essay to Maria Shriver’s “The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink.” Oh, and she’s been repping the “f” word on tour with Jay Z, too, incorporating the term into her stage show in massive black and white letters.

Now tell us again why you don’t need feminism, ladies. The Beygency is listening…

Well shit - Beyonce got her photo taken?

Great rebuttal Beyonce!

There go all my well thought through reasons for being anti-feminist.

Dang. 

I love how this article just seems to assume that because Beyonce did something all the anti-feminist women and girls in the world who have dedicated time and energy to researching and understanding feminism and formulating their own ideas as to why they are against it are just going to crumble into tears at the sight of Beyonce posing as an overused war propaganda poster model and come running back into the arms of Mother Feminism and Godmother Bey.

The thing I take from this massively obnoxious article is that the author assumes that women are basically: 1) a hive mind who all apparently love the same (overrated) American pop singer and 2) weak-minded beings who will crumble into submission and conformity at even the slightest suggestion of disapproval from an authority figure. Like, are feminist writers trying to sabotage themselves at this point? 

The more shit like this I hear, the more I don’t like Beyonce….

-the Polish one

i-lovedfightingdragonswithyou:

tastefullyoffensive:

Mankind’s greatest invention. [video]

Lmao

Bubonic Plague is at least extremely treatable nowadays with modern antibiotics

officialunitedstates:

reblog if you want to take down the system and implement a new system that is exactly the same

kurieto:

Rarity <3<3<3  My new stuff for Comic World in Taiwan event! 

customnewleaf:

Polka-Dot Bed

Frame - Gold Nugget

Bedding - Clothing: Firefighter Shirt

Cost to Customize - 240 Bells

❝And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard.❞