fedorabow:

Baljeet: Boo! Boo, I say!
Phineas: Baljeet?
Baljeet: Oh, I am not Baljeet. I am the scariest thing known to man: a failed math test.
Phineas: Yeah, right. We’re just gonna move on now.
Baljeet: You can run, but it won’t be to the college of your choice, I tell you!

I used to think that this was an exaggeration

I was wrong

(via ruinedchildhood)

inamoratianonymous:

acutebat:

I am 100% certain that whatever individuals decided not to include Laverne Cox in the TIME 100 are actively transphobic when they can see that 91% of 88,000 people thought she should be on that list.

I checked the poll yesterday and she was in the top 7, there is literally no fucking way she could’ve moved down to #101 in that amount of time

(via nohetero)

thebreadgod:

Finding a typo in a book

image

(via ruinedchildhood)

consultingsonic:

madblackgirl:

team 5’5 and under where ya at

they didn’t let us in they thought we were 12

(Source: blackfemalepresident, via arr-outo)

myboyfriendsadrummer:

I have so much respect for people that can write songs. Like, how did you know that melody with those lyrics and that guitar riff would be so catchy? Song writers are so smart. Serious respect for song writers. 

(via arr-outo)

harinef:

at 9 i drove a needle full of estrogen into my leg
at 12 i let someone zap the hair follicles on my face and torso
this is my closest to god

(via genderfork)

malformalady:

This adorable baby squirrel was picked up from a sidewalk in Washington D.C. with a broken ankle, chipped tooth and bloody nose. Luckily, a concerned passer-by picked it up and took it to City Wildlife, where vets gave it a leg brace.

(via sadqueerpunk)

engineeringhistory:

The electrostatic generator was designed by Martinus van Marum (1750-1837), the first director of Teylers Museum, and built by the famous instrument maker John Cuthbertson.  With the aid of this machine, van Marum planned to conduct experiments in the field of electricity. He used the generator in combination with a battery of Leyden jars and was able to generate sparks of 300,000 volts.