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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
“Charlize is a real warrior,” director George Miller declares. “She was the one who said, ‘I’m going to shave my head’ and she took on the 10-pound (4.5-kilogram) mechanical arm for the whole shoot and rolled around in the dust in fight scenes so it all felt real. I remember driving back to base camp one night as the sun was going down and I was in the back of the War Rig watching her drive and thinking, ‘If there was an apocalypse, I’d be glad she’s here!’”
Great scene, and based on an actual historical incident in medieval Germany:
When King Conrad III defeated the Duke of Welf (in the year 1140) and placed Weinsberg under siege, the wives of the besieged castle negotiated a surrender which granted them the right to leave with whatever they could carry on their shoulders. The king allowed them that much. Leaving everything else aside, each woman took her own husband on her shoulders and carried him out. When the king’s people saw what was happening, many of them said that that was not what had been meant and wanted to put a stop to it. But the king laughed and accepted the women’s clever trick. “A king” he said, “should always stand by his word.”
Medieval women were BAMFs.
This movie scene is where I learned the true survival value of being a smart-ass.
This is such an incredibly underrated movie.
so fob’s merch team had the bright idea to change the lyrics to “you look so seattle but you feel so LA” to “you look so ____ but you feel so LA” and in the blank they put in the city name they’re currently playing at
what the fuck happens when they play a show in LA
here’s the thing though…… if they really do make a “you look so LA but you feel so LA” shirt i’m buying 30
I’m just imagining the hardware store clerk (or wherever these knives were purchased) ringing up all of these knives. Like the artist just standing there acting nonchalant and the store clerk just keeps looking down at the PILE OF KNIVES and back up at this person, and then back to the knives…
“How was your day today?”
“I think I sold 1,000 knives to a serial killer and some people are going to die.”
Depression isn’t always sadness
It’s also feeling numb at 3am but smiling and laughing with friends at 3pm
It’s also not being able to get out of bed even though you were fine the day before
It’s also not eating because you aren’t hungry or can’t be bothered, but also over eating because you’re bored and feel empty
It’s also loving too hard or not at all
Depression isn’t a constant feeling of sadness, depression can be hidden in happiness.
Your depression is valid even if people say it’s not just because you smile
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this is transmisogyny
How exactly is this transmisogyny? Someone please explain to me how this is indeed transmisogyny. Please!
Markiplier is wearing a dress, he identifies (as far as I and MANY people know) as a male, he has every right to wear a dress and still identify as male.
Those shown responding to Mark’s tweet are people he knows and are good friends with. I know and I think most people can agree that if a person is your friend they have no right to make a racist, transphobic, transmisogynistic, misogynistic, triggering, or any other shitty kind of comment and get away with it solely because they are your friend.
Transmisogyny is the negative attitude, actions, and discrimination against transwomen and non-binary people on feminine side of the gender spectrum x
Transmisogyny can lead to and is heavy influenced by sexism.
So, their responses could be considered sexist if they were geared towards anyone who identified as female or has a more feminine expression. These kinds of comments can be seen everywhere and by many people.
However this is not transmisogynistic, at least not in my eyes. All I see is a guy wearing a dress and his friends jokingly saying these kinds of things.
Markiplier is all about kindness, understanding, and helping others. If he wants to wear a dress, he can wear a fricking dress; it’s his personal choice. Felix, Ken, and Ray literally mean nothing in what they say or do commentary on. They have dry, dark, and all around stupid senses of humor. Personally I found their responses funny. However, not everyone will and I completely understand that.
I’m sorry if I have misunderstood anything, if I have you can politely explain to me how this is completely wrong.
A cis man dressing up in “women’s” clothing for laughs is transmisogynistic. Read this: http://theroguefeminist.tumblr.com/post/64337597420/hey-im-sorry-if-this-is-a-stupid-question-but
WAIT A FUCKING MOMENT
WHEN HAS A DRESS BECAME “WOMEN’S” CLOTHING?
WHEN HAS A FUCKING ARTICLE OF CLOTHING BECAME GENDERED
WHEN HAS A MAN NOT BEEN ABLE TO WEAR WHAT THE FUCK THE GUY WANTS TO WEAR
LISTEN TO WHAT THE FUCK YOU ARE SAYING
CHILL THE FUCK OUT AND SOME BEING SUCH A RADICAL ASSHAT AND TRYING TO RUIN A GUY’S REPUTATION BECAUSE YOU THINK YOU’RE DOING SOCIAL JUSTICE
JUST LEAVE KIDDO AND CHILL
I thought y'all said dresses were gender neutral but I guess that changes if y'all wanna attack someone
tumblr: cis boyz!!11! :D feel free 2 wear dresses1!!1
boy: *wears a dress*
tumblr: fuCKING TRANSMISOGYST!!!!1! hOW DARE U WEAR A DREsS!11! hOW DARE1!
This is totally random but-
I don’t mean to sneak, but I sneak. I hardcore sneak. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been sneaking around, and I’ve never even meant to.
I walk into a room and say hi, my mom jumps. I come to my doorway to say something to my roommate, and she jumps. I ask someone a question, even in a crowded room, and half the time they jump.
There was one time I was walking along, in broad daylight, and someone looked up from walking along… and jumped.
I’m not even sneaking in the dark. I’m sneaking around, unseen and unheard in plain sight.
I don’t even know how I do it.
It occurs to me that this is something a ghost might say, if they didn’t know they were a ghost.
Its the username that really makes this
ever considered trying out for basketball
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
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