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osanzo:

oh no i dropped my motivation and have no desire to pick it up

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fartnipples:

georgetakei:

This flagged my attention.

did you just

fartnipples:

georgetakei:

This flagged my attention.

did you just

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Posted 3 months ago with 231 notes

heytherelefty:

Classic

©HeyThereLefty Photography 

heytherelefty:

Classic

©HeyThereLefty Photography 

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Posted 3 months ago with 122477 notes

gwenlightened:

peachpup:

it finally happened



Actually…

gwenlightened:

peachpup:

it finally happened

Actually…

Posted 3 months ago with 119102 notes

psych-quotes:

tastefullyoffensive:

[theodd1sout]

LOL so cute and true! :) 

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Posted 3 months ago with 197 notes
“First off, there is nothing wrong with liking Frozen. I personally thought it was very cute. However, it is important to notice that Disney, whether it is racist or not, has a problem with representing POC. Of the four POC disney princesses, I believe Pocahontas and Jasmine are portrayed offensively, and Tiana is portrayed as a frog for most of her screen time. Disney needs to represent more people of color without being offensive. BTW Love your blog :)”
-Anonymous

cassjaytuck:

Let me rebuke respectfully. Thanks for the kindness! I am all for representation, and I generally agree I’d like more cultures to be shown. However, I do not believe Disney has to present POC characters in every movie just because to not “is racist” in the same way I don’t believe Disney has to portray Caucasian characters in every movie. I find Pocahontas to be a wonderful character, despite the entirely changed story, as she is powerful and smart and driven. She does not let racism, or romantic love, or anything else get in the way of who she is. That’s important to me. Jasmine, same traits. Personality is important, and she’s got so much of it.
Tiana is one of my favorites! Frog or not, it’s what she does in the movie, what she accomplishes, and what she represents (hard work and not ignoring chances to be happy with one’s accomplishments) that makes her such a stunning character.
Race is important, but so is character, y’know? Just my two-cents again.

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skidar:

admiralrainbow:

watchmedrown:

“Some may disagree with this picture, but I absolutely love it. The other day my daughter and I staged a tea party with three of my most docile tarantulas. My daughter is three years old and is very cooperative. She loves her tarantulas and even joins in with the care and maintenance for these creatures. I have recently been hearing some negative comments from neighbors and friends about these mean, attack driven creatures. I decided I would take a photo that would lighten the mood about how dangerous tarantulas are assumed to be….docile unless tempted. I feel that all tarantulas should be considered “defensive” rather than “aggressive.” I hope you enjoy the picture. ”
It just goes to show you that the fear set within us of spiders isn’t entirely instinctual and is mostly taught.

omg this is great

They each get their own little cup and spoon that’s just precious!

skidar:

admiralrainbow:

watchmedrown:

Some may disagree with this picture, but I absolutely love it. The other day my daughter and I staged a tea party with three of my most docile tarantulas. My daughter is three years old and is very cooperative. She loves her tarantulas and even joins in with the care and maintenance for these creatures. I have recently been hearing some negative comments from neighbors and friends about these mean, attack driven creatures. I decided I would take a photo that would lighten the mood about how dangerous tarantulas are assumed to be….docile unless tempted. I feel that all tarantulas should be considered “defensive” rather than “aggressive.” I hope you enjoy the picture. ”

It just goes to show you that the fear set within us of spiders isn’t entirely instinctual and is mostly taught.

omg this is great

They each get their own little cup and spoon that’s just precious!

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