Nope, still don’t ship the main pairing in the fandom.
THE BABE WITH THE POWER
THE POWER OF VOODOO
Nope, still don’t ship the main pairing in the fandom.
I’ve decided that, from here on out, I will no longer be using ‘Your Mom’ as retort. Women are the butt of so many sexist jokes that, fuck it, I’m going to start using ‘Your Dad’.
Depending on the context when the retort is delivered, I may even add a wink, just to really force the creepy oversexualised factor.
- (via particlecollisions)
guys call girls who like bands crazy and obsessive for knowing all of the band members’ birthdays but they know everything about every football player ever? they know the names, the teams they’ve been on, the teams they’re going to join, how much money they’re all making and all the stats of every player ever? but while this and fantasy football is good and is deemed “normal” girls are still being called crazy and hormonal for going to their favorite band’s concert
And a girl who knows all that knowledge about football? Only knows that information cos she fancies all the players on the team.
Or that’s what the guys who used to ask me question after question about football used to say. And god help the football mad girl who forgot the name of the goal keeper of a team that she didn’t support, from a lineup years before she was even born.
Line in Lewis: “A lorry-load of hens went over on the bypass”
ERM ERM ERM
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-27405467 - 14 May 2014
"We drafted in as much manpower as we could from across the north west, and we had help from the police, the emergency services and the RSPCA," he said.
He said the incident was “unusual” in terms of the sheer number of birds involved.
Morse and baby Lewis lean by a train, part of the British Detectives leaning on series. Bonus—they’ve got
*cough* Lolly ices */cough*
Serious talk: is it ok to use the public bathroom for the disabled for people like me that don’t identify as either boy/girl to avoid getting harassed?
Serious talk: No.
ok, but why?
Because they are for people who are disabled. There tend to be very few of these bathrooms and when non-disabled people keep occupying them it defeats the point of having these bathrooms. Imagine you’re disabled and you rely heavily on these bathrooms for the disabled but you frequently find them locked because non-disabled people keep encroaching upon these bathrooms. Imagine being forced to choose between struggling in a bathroom unsuited for you or, perhaps worse, being forced to soil your clothing because somebody else couldn’t be arsed to respect your spaces.
^^ This. I’m disabled and those bathrooms are so few and far between, it’s ridiculous. Even if they’re there, they’re required for disabled people, and often baby changing as well. And that’s if they’re even in order, many places won’t bother with the upkeep. I’ve seen and heard of places with them out of order for years, being used as store rooms.. It’s a fucking nightmare. Please, don’t do it.
Disabled people have fought for what is literally the bare minimum we can get, for years. Only today are Changing Places bathrooms becoming a common occurence despite that being just as neccessary. I don’t mean to sound cold and incompassionate, but the fight for genderless (Unisex? But not the type where multiple people use it at the same time) is a seperate issue. It’s a seperate requirement.
It’s a ball that needs to get rollng, and I’m all for people rolling it, but you can’t just mis-use something that has a designated purpose just because you can use it for your purpose as well. It’s like mothers with prams using wheelchair spaces on busses, everyone using the lift in shops leaving no space for a weelchair user, everyone and their mothers using the parking spaces. It’s infuriating, and disheartening.
Until all bathrooms become multi-purpose, disabled bathrooms shouldn’t be mis-used. And to pre-empt the “but you want equality!” argument, most general public toilets have 5 toilets in one public bathroom. The waiting time to use the next one available is shorter because of the options available. There’s One disabled toilet, possibly per building. When you and the person before you and the person before them and the person before them have all had to have waited up to twenty minutes to get into the next available stall and then spend over two minutes getting yourself onto the toilet seat, then we can talk equality.
Oh, oh, and about the locked thing.
Some of the disabled toilets in Liverpool no longer have Radar locks because “anyone can buy them these days”. So not only are toilets locked to keep the general public who misuse the toilets out, they are now locked by keys that disabled people can’t even use anymore, because apparently the general public went through the trouble of ordering radar keys off of ebay to mis-use the toilets. And to make matters worse, the chances of the attendant with the key being anywhere around is virtually none. Especially at train stations.
I feel like he saw Mary Poppins a long long time ago and has been waiting centuries to use the quote. He just looks so fucking pleased with himself.
I hate to say this cos I know loads of people say that, but I watched Mary Poppins very recently and I didn’t catch that line in it. I don’t think it’s actually said.
(I welcome a correction!)
Oh yeah. It’s this episode.
The one where we go from being left wondering if Hathaway is interested in anyone or has Any sort of sexuality, to finding out that he once had a really serious girlfriend once that he somehow managed to keep quiet and secret from everyone, and that said girlfriend must have done the same, and suddenly the awkward sod meets up with her for a farewell… snog.
And then goes back to never mentioning anything and being an awkward sod again.
Ok, I’ve just watched The Dead of Winter and I think that this changes this rant a bit. Just a bit.
The major point in my rant still stands. Fiona comes out of nowhere, she’s never been alluded to before, and never to again (as far as I know).
It changes one thing: That it goes back to never mentioning anything, in regards to a sexual relationship, and being an awkward sod again (and now I know where that phrase comes from!) for the most point.
But, my point about how Hathaway does or doesn’t do relationships till stands. He, up to now, only seems to want to do “relationships” when under a lot of emotional stress.
For the rest of the time, he’s either not interested or… skirting around being interested. I’m being biased here, but, in a world were everyone associates important adult relationships with sex, it’s hard to make yourself believe you can have a relationship so it’s easier to just not bother. But most episodes, I see a man who wants people’s company for the people they are and their company. Even at his most yearningest (looking through the pub window), it all seems to be based on not-being-lonely rather than anything else.
Of course, it could residual religiousness from his days in the seminary. On the other hand, he might have thought priest-hood was the life for him because he wanted to help people, and what’s a vow of celibacy to a man who’s not interested anyway?
(Armchair psychology in regards to sexual abuse under the cut)
#omg dad ur embarrassing me
#omg dad not in front of John
favourite comedian friendships: David Mitchell and Robert Webb
"We’re much thrust into each other’s company for two people who aren’t in love."
First Percy/Oliver, then Sherlock/Dimmock and now Hathaway/Girdup.
I never had this problem in the McFly fandom! (Until the Junes bombardment of 2008)