Disney teaching girls to be princesses the right way.
OH MY FUCKING GOD. THIS IS PERFECT.
DO I NEED TO SAY IT AGAIN? PERFECTION.
This is one of the very few things I will reblog every time I see it.
This is my point. This is my whole point.
crying at my desk actually
Now this is a message I can stand behind.
Because everybody needs the Doctor sonic-ing their dash ;)
So, I just reached my hand out and was really sad when the screen stopped it.
The Hobbit: Mean Girls style | part 2
if i shave my legs above the knee you bet your ass it took dedication
if i shave my legs you bet your ass it took dedication
if I shave my ass you bet your legs it took dedication
if I shave my dedication you bet your legs it took ass
if i dedicate my ass you shave your legs it took a bet
my ass took the knee i bet if i shave my legs above your dedication
|Track: John Green wee woo|
Ok, seriously though this is the last one.
I love this thing we call the internet.
okay yep yes good
He’s just so deadpan about it. I freaking love him!
Five states are attempting to make big jumps ahead when it comes to sex ed in their public schools.
1. COLORADO: Lawmakers in Colorado are advancing a bill that would move the state away from its current abstinence-only curricula to include comprehensive sexual health instruction, including requiring health classes in public schools to use inclusive language about LGBT issues. As openly gay state Rep. Dominick Moreno (D) argued on the House floor, traditional sex ed programs don’t often have adequate resources to help students who are struggling with their sexuality. Republicans largely opposed the provision of the legislation that would require the state’s sex ed classes to be LGBT-inclusive, and the anti-gay Focus on the Family lobbied hard against the bill — but despite their objections, the measure was approved by the House on Friday.
2. HAWAII: The state’s House Committee on Education is currently considering a measure that would incorporate comprehensive sexual education into all of Hawaii’s public schools. The bill would require Hawaii’s public elementary, middle, intermediate, high, and alternative schools to include medically accurate sexual health instruction in their curricula. Rep. John Mizuno (D), who introduced the measure, pointed out that unintended pregnancies currently cost the state an estimated $22 million each year — and more comprehensive sex ed would be a better investment. “Comprehensive sex education will equip our young people with the knowledge and tools necessary to be conscious of their decisions when it comes to sex,” Rep. Mizuno pointed out.
3. ALABAMA: Alabama’s first openly gay legislator, state Rep. Patricia Todd (D), is doing her best to update the standards for sexual education for the teens in her state. At the beginning of the new legislative session, Todd re-introduced a measure to repeal Alabama’s 1992 abstinence-only education law, an outdated piece of legislation that requires health classes to teach students that homosexuality is illegal. Todd’s bill would put the Department of Education in charge of establishing more comprehensive, medically accurate sex ed classes — an important update, since the state legislature currently sets the standards for sex ed and has the power to turn students’ basic health instruction into a politicized battlefield.
4. ILLINOIS: The Chicago public school system is considering an overhaul of its sexual education program that would require health classes to discuss sexual orientation and gender identity for the first time. The city’s chief health officer notes that if the new policy is enacted, Chicago’s public schools would comprise the largest urban U.S. school district with a required minimum of sex ed instruction and a specific curriculum for each grade level — a move spurred partly by the fact that over half of Chicago teens are sexually active. Under the new program, students below fifth grade would learn about anatomy, healthy relationships, puberty, and HIV transmission. After fifth grade, students would receive age-appropriate, LGBT-inclusive instruction about human reproduction, healthy decision-making, bullying, and contraception.
5. NORTH DAKOTA: Republicans in North Dakota are currently advancing several attacks on women’s health, and at the beginning of this month, it looked like abortion opponents might also successfully block sex ed resources for at-risk youth. After North Dakota State University won a three-year federal grant to partner with Planned Parenthood to provide sexual health services for at-risk teenagers, anti-abortion activists threatened to derail the program simply because Planned Parenthood was participating. The school faced significant pressure to back out of the grant — but fortunately, now that the state’s Attorney General has confirmed that partnering with Planned Parenthood doesn’t actually conflict with state law, the program will be allowed to move forward. University officials are celebrating the victory, which will allow teens between 15 and 19 years old to receive the comprehensive sexual health and family planning resources they need.
Phil Coulson’s method
Nick Fury’s method
Thor. Thor what are you doing. Thor.
I don’t know why but these are the most fucking hilarious things ever!
Caitlin. Caitlin Look. LOOOOK.
i cant ever never
“This specialized kitchen equipment is suitable for a variety of impairments including fractures, permanent disabilities or paralysis to one side of the body. Designed for both left-handed and right-handed people, these tools are easily used with one hand, regardless of which is impaired.
All kitchen equipment consists of 7 elements, which help users to prepare food with one hand. Several fixing elements and non-slip rubbers keep the equipment still while in use. The brown pieces identify the moving parts in the system. The top board is used for food preparation and the bottom board is the cutting board. When both boards are working together, they keep the food stable allowing the user to cut with one hand. All kitchen equipment is easily detachable and all elements are washable.”
036. Mickey by Toni Basil
“You take me by the heart
When you take me by the hand”
The first time the Doctor catches Rose singing in the shower it’s this silly Earth song and really, of all the names one could put in a pop song, it had to be Mickey, didn’t it?
He knows she’s in there scrubbing off the dust and grime of Phlaxus V where the planet’s surface structure left them hopping for their lives between the flows of lava after a nasty turnout with the locals. He thinks maybe now she’s scrubbing her neck, shoulders, and then suds slip languidly downwards and he stops that train in its tracks with a shrug of his leather jacket and a huff.
The second time the Doctor catches Rose singing, it’s the same song, but he’s certain his new ears (new hairs in there, after all; new hammer, new cochlea, new auditory nerve, new everything!) have failed him. Despite himself, he follows the sound and strains, but no, he’s certain now: it’s definitely “Doctor” and not “Mickey” in the song’s chorus.
He firmly decides to pretend it never happened.
The third time the Doctor hears Rose singing in the shower, he belts out the chorus along with her and her improved lyrics as he works luscious apple-scented conditioner through her hair in the precise way she’s shown him how so as to not create tangles in the delicate strands. He knows now that not only does she sing in the shower, she also dances a bit. She wiggles her bum in just such a way, and he stops singing. A second later she’s cut off abruptly as his lips devour the last lyrics on her tongue.
Lord of the Rings Bloopers (x)
Sorry about the black lines. The quality of this video is crap. And I didn’t have the energy to try and listen and type what Sean was saying.
This is freaking adorable. I LOVE IT SO MUCH.