I love this company already.

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send hELP

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dandy has a great smile, don’t you think?

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Jeff Goldblum's laugh from Jurassic Park

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teslatea - oh im sorry i didnt see you there i was too busy mmmmmmmmblockin out the haters


oh im sorry i didnt see you there i was too busy mmmmmmmmblockin out the haters

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Jeux de Tissu performance by Yayoi Kusama on A-POC King and Queen, 2000, Issey Miyake by Friedemann Hauss

Radical Fashion, ed. Claire Wilcox, V&A Publications

best thing ever

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when a sad or violent scene has happy upbeat music playing in the background


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Zuhair Murad Pre Fall 2014 Collection

hello yes I need all of these

The drape on these skirts is amuuurrrzing uhnf


that one person you never really talk to but you reblog the shit outta each other


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@jpsocalol. What a great change on this client


i love when old people figure out how to do something on a computer that’s actually really simple but to them it’s like 


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Det löser sig. Det kommer inte bli så hemskt som du tror. Du är fin.


wait wait wait while I’m still having my grumpy day, can I get one more rant in under the wire?

Like, let’s talk about how gaming fandoms often have an official forum that skews heavily male. Let’s talk about how that forum is almost universally an unfriendly locale for female contributors. And let’s talk about how that forum is often the only point of direct contact with devs, and how it shapes their perception of fan preferences and trends, and how that shapes their future work. Let’s talk about how the female-dominated online spaces are considered intrinsically easy to dismiss, the butt of a joke. “Man, tumblr overanalyzes everything and hahaha ships what’s with that anyway. Oh hey so this guy did a sweet 360 noscope montage to dubstep music let’s publicize that!!!”

Let’s talk about how folks in fandom were rewriting ME3 in a massive variety of creative and clever ways for over a year before that one dudebro did it, in horribly out-of-character quasi-prose, and was the subject of front-page Kotaku articles showcasing his devotion to the series. 

Let’s talk about how female-dominated fannish spaces have been around for decades. Let’s talk about how “fans brought back Star Trek in the 70s!” always brings to mind stereotypical Trekkie dudes and not the women who were actually organizing and running conventions.

Let’s talk about how women are over 50% of moviegoers. Let’s talk about how women make up nearly 50% of gamers. Let’s talk about how, despite all this, the industry is still almost entirely guys making content for guys.

I’m just saying. Let’s fucking talk about this.

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"how would you like your tea sir?"

*american voice* tax free


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