americachavez:

my legacy

When will D.Gray-Man return from the war?

novacorps:

Date someone who looks at you the way Mark Ruffalo looks at Paul Rudd.

novacorps:

Date someone who looks at you the way Mark Ruffalo looks at Paul Rudd.

sARA PICHELLI HAS A TUMBLR I’M GOING TO CRY

unfollowlng:

seenaill:

unfollowlng:

If you think your mom overreacts just remember once my mom cancelled our trip to New York because I refused to eat the meatloaf she made

my mom accused me of selling my birth certificate and social security to the black market when she couldn’t find them

you win

My mom thought I was part of a drug ring because the lamp she bought at a market had powder coming out of these little plastic tubes I kept breaking out of boredom.

haku23:

yamibree:

pissyeti:

smallercomfort:

zawehzaweh:

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Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are female.
2. You are currently in your twenties, you are single, dating at nights and balancing a promising career during the day.
3. You are smart, calculated, funny and imaginative.
4. You have black hair, dark eyes a cute nose.
5. You own a pet.

LOLOLOLOL

Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male.
2. You are currently in your mid twenties. 
3. You have a temporary job while you’re still trying to figure out the rest of your life.
4. You have blonde hair, blue eyes, and a gorgeous smile (Have you ever tried professional modeling?).
5. People often flatter your appearance. You secretly wish they told you how smart you are.

Well, 1 out of 5 ain’t…great…I think it got confused because I prefer burgers to salads, but I also moisturize.

Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are female.
2. You are currently in your mid 40’s.
3. You are raising a beautiful family, you have a career you’re quite pleased with.
4. You’ve recently started volunteering in your community. 
5. You are taller than average, you have gorgeous dark hair and beautiful brown eyes.

um

Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male.
2. You are in currently in your mid 30’s.
3. You are married and just became a parent. You are experiencing exciting days, and more are on their way, but through it all you remain strong, loving and deeply caring.
4. You have short hair - partly gray, brown eyes and a fit body.
5. You decided long ago that your kids must have a better childhood than the one you had. You know you’ll do anything to make sure of that.

1. You are female.
2. You are currently in your twenties, you are single, dating at nights and balancing a promising career during the day.
3. You are smart, calculated, funny and imaginative.
4. You have black hair, dark eyes a cute nose.
5. You own a pet.

Here is our best guess at who you are: 1. You are male. 2. You are in currently in your mid 30’s. 3. You are married and just became a parent. You are experiencing exciting days, and more are on their way, but through it all you remain strong, loving and deeply caring. 4. You have short hair - partly gray, brown eyes and a fit body. 5. You decided long ago that your kids must have a better childhood than the one you had. You know you’ll do anything to make sure of that. OMG I don’t even WANT kids.
Those changes... are completely different and have no relevance to the racial undertones here.

weepingrockrock:

itishighlyillogical:

evora-eriu-mclaggen:

itishighlyillogical:

evora-eriu-mclaggen:

I do not wish to get involved in your pointless discussions, you people. I said what I think of what Disney does or not.

Racial undertones… Racism… It’s like a new trend to see and talk about raism on every occasion, it’s crazy! Should I feel bad for not drawing people of color? 

As a person of color, I would like to say that no. You should not feel bad for not drawing people of color. Hell 90% of the people I draw are whiter than sour cream. Draw whoever you want to draw, as whatever race you feel like. It’s your art, your choice.

Then I don’t understand why it’s so freakishly racist when Disney’s artists draw what they want.

Because people have to find something to be butthurt about, now in no way am I saying that the lack of proper representation for people of color isn’t a problem. I just don’t think it’s that serious of one. Disney animates movies for children, who don’t care about the color of skin unless you raise them too. The projection of anger on these sort of issues can directly correlated to the psychological need to focus our rage and in some cases guilt, on something outside of us because we’re unable to sit down and handle whatever it is that is truly making us angry.

When you think about it, how many of these people getting pissy about this stuff do you see ever actually trying to do anything about it? Are they boycotting Disney? Obviously not since they’re going to see these “white-washed” movies so they can bitch about them. Are they going out and attempting to create their own works that present people of color the way they want to? No, no they’re just whining.

Disney is not racist, it’s a fucking Animation Studio that directs its products at children. They make movies they’d want to see, or that they would want their own children to see. They make movies about love, and friendship, and strength. The color of the characters skin in the movies aren’t what’s important. My little sister gets that better than these adults and that’s just sad.

I’m sorry but there is so much wrong in what you say i don’t even have a strength to point it all out.

And to the op - maybe you shouldn’t feel bad about not drawing people of color but the fact that you arent sure should make you think why aren’t you.

Okay, I am in no way an expert on these matters, but Disney animating movies for children is precisely why they need POC. Children are at the age when they’re most susceptible to subliminal messaging because their brains are still developing and formulating what they’ll perceive as truth. If a child of color is constantly bombarded with images of the white knight (literally) or the strong white heroine, they will begin to associate white with good, and it could lead to self-esteem issues over their own race. Children enjoy seeing themselves mirrored positively in the media they consume. They may not be able to express it, but that’s how it is. Why do you think MLK Jr. was so insistent that Nichelle Nichols stay on Star Trek after one season?
oh noOOOOOOO

oh noOOOOOOO

MY LITTLE SISTER IS HERE FROM JAPAN I’M SO DAMN EXCITED

haku23:

qmembers:

haku23:

Man of Steel made me angry because I knew that that wasn’t how it ought to have been and yet I don’t know enough about Superman to know WHY.

Yet it was done perfectly.

I didn’t like it. 

Superman’ supposed to be the golden boy and yet it’s like he literally didn’t give a shit about the casualties. At least in Avengers, half the big fight scene was spent evacuating and containing to preserve human life. Sorry, I just like friendly Superman. Either that or excessively righteous controlling Superman, but that’s because I like trouble within superhero teams that creates tasty tension.

wHY DIDN’T I LET THEM TEACH ME JAPANESE AS A CHILD SUCH WASTED OPPORTUNITY I WANT TO CRY

I’m not sure if this will get any exposure, but is anyone willing to trade a U.Kwon Jackpot photocard for a Zico or a Taeil Welcome to the Block photocard for a Zico? (From their respective albums, obv.)

oh god yes, please I thrive on your tears, both happy and sad; they sustain me.

oh god yes, please I thrive on your tears, both happy and sad; they sustain me.

bootycap:

i hope aou is gonna be like where’s waldo with mjolnir every time they’re in a domestic setting

hanging off a shower rod, drying after being cleaned

sitting on top of some tupperware with some homemade cookies from darcy

sitting on the remote

hanging from thor’s doorknob when he has ~company~ over…

guess who’s spending, like $300 on Sara Pichelli Spider-Men variants? Me. :’D