david and vics reaction while watching botdf
I don’t usually reblog band photos but this one got me omg
vic fuentes blog
that’s great but self promoting on a picture you didn’t post yourself is kinda weird
how the fuck did a peice of partially chewed gum get 3200+ notes
thats a bar of soap
well how did someone manage to get 3200+ notes with a partially chewed bar of soap
i think its more
“why the fuck did someone bite the soap”
to get 4500+ notes of course
i hate it when adults assume i’m on the internet all the time by choice. if i had enough money to travel around and etc, do you think i would be withering away my youth behind a computer screen you useless paperclip.
I dont think i have ever heard the term useless paperclip used as an insult before.
If you have this tshirt I automatically hate you with every fiber of my fucking being
and here we have handy misogynist trackers! t-shirts like this help you identify:
✔ who’s likely to disrespect women
✔ who’s likely to objectify women
✔ who expects women to submit to them
✔ who to just generally stay the fuck away from
I have a vagina & I would wear this shirt . Just sayin’ ; it’s just a fucking shirt . Get your head out of your ass .
You’re right, it’s just a fucking shirt! Why should you care? In truth, you don’t have to. You do you.
Personally, I care because I understand that sexism negatively affects everyone - including you! Including me! Including all men and all women! I also care because I know that all forms of sexism are destructive. Whether it’s on a shirt in the form of a joke, or coming out of someone’s mouth in the form of slut shame - all forms of sexism play their own role in creating the culture we live in. I care because I believe that by saying “it’s just a shirt! get your head out of your ass!” that we uncritically dismiss the attitude that created this shirt/popular phrase in the first place. The attitude where it’s cool/funny/edgy to continue a long historical pattern of degrading someone (women) because of something they can’t control (their gender). Not in my house muthafucka. Personally, I think everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity regardless of their identity. Inequality just ain’t right girl. I hope that one day you come to feel the same!
To be honest I just like the shirt.