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stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia chicken-mcniggletts:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia chicken-mcniggletts:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia chicken-mcniggletts:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia chicken-mcniggletts:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia chicken-mcniggletts:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

go australia

burgerkid:

could you please hold this for a second *hands you my problems and runs away*

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tangled-inspired hotel room | tokyo disneyland resort

tangled-inspired hotel room | tokyo disneyland resort

tangled-inspired hotel room | tokyo disneyland resort

tangled-inspired hotel room | tokyo disneyland resort

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Kate Moss by Lance Staedler for Glamour France, 1992

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alexathinkspeas:

Drew some friends alexathinkspeas:

Drew some friends alexathinkspeas:

Drew some friends alexathinkspeas:

Drew some friends

alexathinkspeas:

This is me but it’s also not me

grawly:

kootiepie:

saki-hyuuga:

gangbanglerfish:

WAIT, HOW OLD ARE JESSIE AND JAMES!????



did some of you guys really think they were older than 18

what the FUCK
grawly:

kootiepie:

saki-hyuuga:

gangbanglerfish:

WAIT, HOW OLD ARE JESSIE AND JAMES!????



did some of you guys really think they were older than 18

what the FUCK

grawly:

kootiepie:

saki-hyuuga:

gangbanglerfish:

WAIT, HOW OLD ARE JESSIE AND JAMES!????

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did some of you guys really think they were older than 18

what the FUCK

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No cookie butter tho

No cookie butter tho

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jayb3:

princealigorna:

espanolbot:

Ah, Beechen’s Cass Cain. So badly written and more than a smidge racist.
Wait, that’s a flintlock pistol, generally they only have one shot, so after it went off that one time, how was Tim going to shoot David Cain at that point?

And here we see the most apparent problem with evil Cass…
IT COULD HAVE WORKED! Having Cass become a ROGUE, operating OUTSIDE THE BATFAM because she had lost faith in them, could have worked great! But instead they made her a Dragon Lady type completely inexplicably and try to become top dog in the very organization both her parents worked for, that she RAN AWAY TO AVOID BECOMING A PART OF, which OPPOSED HER ADOPTED FAMILY FOR YEARS, because…being a member of the League of Assassins is a hereditary thing? It’s just hardwired into some kids’ genes because of who their parents are?
See…if they were going to make Cass go bad, they should have made her a Red Hood type, and kept Jason Todd dead.

Also there’s no way she a fight loses to Tim Drake (just none and I like Tim). If Cass was to become a super-villian she would be on Deathstroke level (or at least Cain+Lady Shiva level) and would DC let Tim beat Deathstroke in a straight-up fight. Let’s face it Cass can straight up take out any of the Robins and that’s the problem when making her a villain just so she can be a Robin rogue (especially Tim). Also, no matter what weird crap Beechan and Tomasi/Berganza made up to justify themselves there’s no way Cass would harm any of the Bat-Crew. They were her family. Until Beechan she couldn’t even bring herself to kill Shiva or Cain.

Ugh. DC broke those characters very badly. Dixon came back and fixed Tim (And Fabian kept him pure after they forced Dixon out — and made Tim a hamburger chain—) and Dixon started working on Cassandra in Outsiders, and I think Gail tried to fix her and then Fabian put her in Red Robin? And maybe in Q’s Batgirl book too? I can’t remember. Not that it matters anymore. Those characters are completely gone now. Side note: I don’t want Damian back&#160;:a. His age doesn’t make sense in the new 52. B. It undoes Grant’s epic (Damian is NOT in the level of Magneto!)  and c. I want Tim back. That was nerdy. jayb3:

princealigorna:

espanolbot:

Ah, Beechen’s Cass Cain. So badly written and more than a smidge racist.
Wait, that’s a flintlock pistol, generally they only have one shot, so after it went off that one time, how was Tim going to shoot David Cain at that point?

And here we see the most apparent problem with evil Cass…
IT COULD HAVE WORKED! Having Cass become a ROGUE, operating OUTSIDE THE BATFAM because she had lost faith in them, could have worked great! But instead they made her a Dragon Lady type completely inexplicably and try to become top dog in the very organization both her parents worked for, that she RAN AWAY TO AVOID BECOMING A PART OF, which OPPOSED HER ADOPTED FAMILY FOR YEARS, because…being a member of the League of Assassins is a hereditary thing? It’s just hardwired into some kids’ genes because of who their parents are?
See…if they were going to make Cass go bad, they should have made her a Red Hood type, and kept Jason Todd dead.

Also there’s no way she a fight loses to Tim Drake (just none and I like Tim). If Cass was to become a super-villian she would be on Deathstroke level (or at least Cain+Lady Shiva level) and would DC let Tim beat Deathstroke in a straight-up fight. Let’s face it Cass can straight up take out any of the Robins and that’s the problem when making her a villain just so she can be a Robin rogue (especially Tim). Also, no matter what weird crap Beechan and Tomasi/Berganza made up to justify themselves there’s no way Cass would harm any of the Bat-Crew. They were her family. Until Beechan she couldn’t even bring herself to kill Shiva or Cain.

Ugh. DC broke those characters very badly. Dixon came back and fixed Tim (And Fabian kept him pure after they forced Dixon out — and made Tim a hamburger chain—) and Dixon started working on Cassandra in Outsiders, and I think Gail tried to fix her and then Fabian put her in Red Robin? And maybe in Q’s Batgirl book too? I can’t remember. Not that it matters anymore. Those characters are completely gone now. Side note: I don’t want Damian back&#160;:a. His age doesn’t make sense in the new 52. B. It undoes Grant’s epic (Damian is NOT in the level of Magneto!)  and c. I want Tim back. That was nerdy. jayb3:

princealigorna:

espanolbot:

Ah, Beechen’s Cass Cain. So badly written and more than a smidge racist.
Wait, that’s a flintlock pistol, generally they only have one shot, so after it went off that one time, how was Tim going to shoot David Cain at that point?

And here we see the most apparent problem with evil Cass…
IT COULD HAVE WORKED! Having Cass become a ROGUE, operating OUTSIDE THE BATFAM because she had lost faith in them, could have worked great! But instead they made her a Dragon Lady type completely inexplicably and try to become top dog in the very organization both her parents worked for, that she RAN AWAY TO AVOID BECOMING A PART OF, which OPPOSED HER ADOPTED FAMILY FOR YEARS, because…being a member of the League of Assassins is a hereditary thing? It’s just hardwired into some kids’ genes because of who their parents are?
See…if they were going to make Cass go bad, they should have made her a Red Hood type, and kept Jason Todd dead.

Also there’s no way she a fight loses to Tim Drake (just none and I like Tim). If Cass was to become a super-villian she would be on Deathstroke level (or at least Cain+Lady Shiva level) and would DC let Tim beat Deathstroke in a straight-up fight. Let’s face it Cass can straight up take out any of the Robins and that’s the problem when making her a villain just so she can be a Robin rogue (especially Tim). Also, no matter what weird crap Beechan and Tomasi/Berganza made up to justify themselves there’s no way Cass would harm any of the Bat-Crew. They were her family. Until Beechan she couldn’t even bring herself to kill Shiva or Cain.

Ugh. DC broke those characters very badly. Dixon came back and fixed Tim (And Fabian kept him pure after they forced Dixon out — and made Tim a hamburger chain—) and Dixon started working on Cassandra in Outsiders, and I think Gail tried to fix her and then Fabian put her in Red Robin? And maybe in Q’s Batgirl book too? I can’t remember. Not that it matters anymore. Those characters are completely gone now. Side note: I don’t want Damian back&#160;:a. His age doesn’t make sense in the new 52. B. It undoes Grant’s epic (Damian is NOT in the level of Magneto!)  and c. I want Tim back. That was nerdy. jayb3:

princealigorna:

espanolbot:

Ah, Beechen’s Cass Cain. So badly written and more than a smidge racist.
Wait, that’s a flintlock pistol, generally they only have one shot, so after it went off that one time, how was Tim going to shoot David Cain at that point?

And here we see the most apparent problem with evil Cass…
IT COULD HAVE WORKED! Having Cass become a ROGUE, operating OUTSIDE THE BATFAM because she had lost faith in them, could have worked great! But instead they made her a Dragon Lady type completely inexplicably and try to become top dog in the very organization both her parents worked for, that she RAN AWAY TO AVOID BECOMING A PART OF, which OPPOSED HER ADOPTED FAMILY FOR YEARS, because…being a member of the League of Assassins is a hereditary thing? It’s just hardwired into some kids’ genes because of who their parents are?
See…if they were going to make Cass go bad, they should have made her a Red Hood type, and kept Jason Todd dead.

Also there’s no way she a fight loses to Tim Drake (just none and I like Tim). If Cass was to become a super-villian she would be on Deathstroke level (or at least Cain+Lady Shiva level) and would DC let Tim beat Deathstroke in a straight-up fight. Let’s face it Cass can straight up take out any of the Robins and that’s the problem when making her a villain just so she can be a Robin rogue (especially Tim). Also, no matter what weird crap Beechan and Tomasi/Berganza made up to justify themselves there’s no way Cass would harm any of the Bat-Crew. They were her family. Until Beechan she couldn’t even bring herself to kill Shiva or Cain.

Ugh. DC broke those characters very badly. Dixon came back and fixed Tim (And Fabian kept him pure after they forced Dixon out — and made Tim a hamburger chain—) and Dixon started working on Cassandra in Outsiders, and I think Gail tried to fix her and then Fabian put her in Red Robin? And maybe in Q’s Batgirl book too? I can’t remember. Not that it matters anymore. Those characters are completely gone now. Side note: I don’t want Damian back&#160;:a. His age doesn’t make sense in the new 52. B. It undoes Grant’s epic (Damian is NOT in the level of Magneto!)  and c. I want Tim back. That was nerdy.

jayb3:

princealigorna:

espanolbot:

Ah, Beechen’s Cass Cain. So badly written and more than a smidge racist.

Wait, that’s a flintlock pistol, generally they only have one shot, so after it went off that one time, how was Tim going to shoot David Cain at that point?

And here we see the most apparent problem with evil Cass…

IT COULD HAVE WORKED! Having Cass become a ROGUE, operating OUTSIDE THE BATFAM because she had lost faith in them, could have worked great! But instead they made her a Dragon Lady type completely inexplicably and try to become top dog in the very organization both her parents worked for, that she RAN AWAY TO AVOID BECOMING A PART OF, which OPPOSED HER ADOPTED FAMILY FOR YEARS, because…being a member of the League of Assassins is a hereditary thing? It’s just hardwired into some kids’ genes because of who their parents are?

See…if they were going to make Cass go bad, they should have made her a Red Hood type, and kept Jason Todd dead.

Also there’s no way she a fight loses to Tim Drake (just none and I like Tim). If Cass was to become a super-villian she would be on Deathstroke level (or at least Cain+Lady Shiva level) and would DC let Tim beat Deathstroke in a straight-up fight. Let’s face it Cass can straight up take out any of the Robins and that’s the problem when making her a villain just so she can be a Robin rogue (especially Tim). Also, no matter what weird crap Beechan and Tomasi/Berganza made up to justify themselves there’s no way Cass would harm any of the Bat-Crew. They were her family. Until Beechan she couldn’t even bring herself to kill Shiva or Cain.

Ugh. DC broke those characters very badly. Dixon came back and fixed Tim (And Fabian kept him pure after they forced Dixon out — and made Tim a hamburger chain—) and Dixon started working on Cassandra in Outsiders, and I think Gail tried to fix her and then Fabian put her in Red Robin? And maybe in Q’s Batgirl book too? I can’t remember. Not that it matters anymore. Those characters are completely gone now.

Side note: I don’t want Damian back :

a. His age doesn’t make sense in the new 52.

B. It undoes Grant’s epic (Damian is NOT in the level of Magneto!)

and c. I want Tim back.

That was nerdy.

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Online dating update #2

I was matched with someone I actually dated for a time being (like exactly three years ago, oddly enough). We had a 70% match, so that’s on the right track at least.

babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say? babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say? babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say? babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say? babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say? babypaintbrush:

hmm? six selfies you say?