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sleepover: zodiac edition

zodiac—signs:

Sagittarius: IS ANYONE awake
Virgo: *glares* yes, thanks alot.
Libra: SHH I need at least 10 hours of my beauty sleep
Aquarius: what is the meaning of life
Capricorn: dude shut up
Cancer: you guys please be quiet my mom’s gonna hear us
Pisces: turn the lights on. I can’t find Gemini! 
Gemini: I am under the bed.
Leo: What the actual f- 
Aries: that sounds fun! *gets under the bed*
Taurus: okay but can we go back to sleep?
Scorpio (outside, peeping through the window): be silent.

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windona:

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laprus:

im setting myself on fire goodbye 

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I made you a sandwich put it in your mouth

TELL THAT TO MOTHERFUCKING QUEEN VICTORIA AND HER HUGE ASS EMPIRE BITCH

I’m sorry.

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I couldn’t hear you.

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Over all the voices of amazing women.

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Throughout history.

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Who could have

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kicked

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your

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ignorant

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ass.

Reblogging this for the gender studies we’re doing in my history course.

No important discoveries of course because discovering what the sun is made of isn’t important at all OH NO.

Whaaat a douchetit fucknugget. I’d love to practice my crotch kicking skills on this dude.

my favorite part is at the end. obviously your completely truthful when you say “i am not sexist, anti-feminine, or whetever but this is brilliant”

just somethings that women invented:

  • stove
  • dishwashers
  • globes
  • life rafts
  • fire escape
  • car heaters 
  • medical syringes 
  • windshield wipers
  • fridge
  • water heater
  • chocolate chip cookies
  • disposable cell phones 
  • Bulletproof vests

We wouldn’t know what we do about radiation without Marie Curie. Oh and what about Roseline Franklin, who figured out what DNA looked like?

And guess who took on the empty jobs when all the men were in the army in WW2?

Arg, posts like this.

Also Re: “never forced to die in a war”, Libya, Benin, Chad, Malaysia, Tunisia, Cuba, Eritrea, Taiwan, and Israel’s mandatory military services would like to have a word with you.

I’m going to go point by point here:

Joan of Arc led an army 600 YEARS AGO what do you mean women have never fought in wars?  COUNTLESS women have been killed in battle.  HOW DARE YOU disregard their courage and their sacrifice.  And let’s not forget all the women who contributed to war efforts before they were allowed to fight by working in factories, nursing, spying, and making sure the industries back home didn’t die completely.

“Women have never lead a nation”?  Yeah, everyone from Margaret Thatcher to Ruth Dreifuss would like to have a word with you about that.  The Chancellor of Germany (generally considered one of the most powerful people in Europe and in the world) is a woman.  The Presidents of Liberia, Argentina, Lithuania, Costa Rica, Brazil, Kosovo, Malawi, and South Korea are women, as are the Prime Ministers of Bangladesh, Iceland, Trinidad and Tobago, Australia, Slovakia, Thailand, Denmark, and Jamaica.  The US Secretary of State, the President of the Indian National Congress Party, the General Secretary of the Burmese National League for Democracy, and the monarchs of England and Jordan are women. 

Facebook’s COO, the CEOs of Pepsi, Kraft, Xerox, IBM, Yahoo, WellPoint, Avon, the President of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, and the co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment are women, just to name a few.  There are now a million more female college graduates in America than there are male college grads.  So no, I would not say that women are incapable of succeeding at their jobs.  I think we can all agree that idiots like you are the reason women get paid less than their male counterparts.

RE the voting thing and the thing about women not being able to make difficult decisions: The ghosts of Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Bloomer, Emily Davison, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Mary Richardson, Emmeline Pankhurst,  Frances Ellen Watkins, Maria W. Stewart, Christabel Pankhurst, Lucy Stone, and all the other suffragettes and abolitionists who fought for their rights despite how radical and dangerous it was are coming to haunt you.

The things about wimpy support groups and physical beauty make so little sense that I don’t even know what to say in response

A further list of things invented by women:

Toilet paper holder

Submarine lamp and telescope

Ironing board

Home solar heating system

Gas heating furnace

Foldaway bed

Disposable diaper

Cobol (first computer language)

Circular saw

Rolling pin

Kevlar

Electric hot water heater

Elevated railway

Engine muffler

You conveniently forgot to mention literature, but let me just remind everyone that the 5th, 6th, 12th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th, and 21st best-selling books of all time were written by women.  The 1st, 2nd and 6th best-selling authors of 2012 are women, while the 3rd best-selling book of 2011 was written by a woman…do I really need to continue?

Women have not contributed to science or mathematics or the building blocks of modern society?  Tell that to the 43 female Nobel Prize winners.  Tell that to Emilie du Chatelet, Caroline Herschel, Mary Anning, Mary Somerville, Maria Mitchell, Lise Meitner, Irène Curie-Joliot, Barbara McClintock, Dorothy Hodgkin, Marie Curie, Rosalind Franklin, any of the people mentioned in the previous comments, or any of the other women who made significant scientific or mathematical advances despite being oppressed by people like you.  Oh, and RE the philosophy, here’s a list of people who prove you wrong: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_female_philosophers.

And women did all that in a society ruled by thinking like yours.  While bearing your children and wearing corsets.

I never claimed we were superior, but don’t you dare tell me we are not EQUAL.  

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lampsarenice:

WARNING: LISTEN AT YOUR OWN RISK. VERY DISTURBING AUDIO ABOVE.

In 1967, a German scientist wanted to figure out why people had nightmares. To conduct this experiment, he took 40 people of all ages and hooked them up to monitoring machines. He then injected them all with a sleep inducing drug, along with a drug he created which made people speak whatever went through their brains- conscious or unconscious  While they slept, the scientist recorded their brain activity, and placed recording devices near each person’s mouth so that he could essentially record their dreams. 
When the volunteers awoke, only one person reported to having a nightmare. The scientist disregarded all the other volunteer’s tapes, and focused on this one person’s tape- a young boy no more than 8. 
What the scientist heard on this young boy’s tape is terrifying and essentially made the scientist leave his practice. We have the recording here today

will someone listen to this and tell me what it is im scared and to much of a wimp to listen to it

wait SOMEONE DO IT I WILL PAY YOU

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needsyouthisway:

*sigh*

Okay, here’s the thing: in life there are moments to cry, to fall in love, to think… but there are also moments when you don’t want to take life too seriously and you feel like dancing around in your room or singing in the car at top of your lungs with your best friend. That’s what Shake It Off is for. NO ONE ever said that Shake it Off is a lyrical masterpiece. But it’s serving it’s purpose, which was to get Taylor to the top of the charts, get people talking and, more importantly, show everyone who ever said anything bad about her that she, very simply, just doesn’t give a crap. She doesn’t. The message in the song is “not only ignore what the haters have to say, but make sure you have more fun than them”. You don’t need clever lyrics and metaphors to get this message across and, honestly, it’s best if you say these kind of things loud and clear, considering the haters won’t make an effort to understand.

Also, let me just state that a song like Shake It Off sounds like it’s easy to write, but I can assure you it is not. Not everyone can create a melody that sticks in your head for weeks. A Pop hit is not for everyone to write, but Taylor has managed to do it again. Her lyrics have not gone downhill. Taylor is a lyrics person. It’s her favorite thing it the world. I’m sure 1989 is full of lyrics so good you’ll want to tattoo them on your forehead.

Finally, there’s A LOT more to Shake It Off’s lyrics than what you hear. You’d know that if you would just bother to listen.

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