Epic cake is epic! Need to learn to make this one for sure!
Seasons according to the North
|—||Doctor Who (Love and Monsters)|
X-Wing and TIE Fighter Engagement Rings - Paul Michael Design
Katherine, we’re getting a divorce…I need to propose again.
"The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique."
- Walt Disney
"I told you both of us could fit."
"I fucking hate you right now."
A minute of silence for all the good books with bad movie adaptions.
A minute of silence for all the bad books that are getting movie adaptations.
A minute of silence for books with the movie adaptation on the front cover.
A minute of silence for The Last Airbender.
Ten minutes of silence for The Last Airbender.
Two hours of stunned horrified silence for The Last Airbender.
OH MY GOD
…I’m not touching that pizza…
perfect gif usage
The real question is why is it still in there after she’s asleep
Like who sleeps with vegetables in their vaginas
Is this a new trendy thing
Notice how if we were to stop arguing about who’s right or wrong we could pretty much change the world.
Common Sense-ism: Don’t be an asshole.
It’s not just a matter of not arguing or not insulting people. What all of these texts are saying is actually really fucking difficult.
What they are really saying is that you need to treat every single person you meet every single day with the consideration that you yourself would want. It’s a very high standard. It means, among myriad other things: do not be snappish and take your frustrations out on someone else who doesn’t deserve it. Do not be unkind to someone whose communication style grates on you because it’s different from your own. Do not be pushy or demanding if someone is currently unable to meet your need (whatever that need may be). Etcetera etcetera.
What these texts are asking for is deep and consistent empathy. With everyone.
The Wiccan Rede is ‘An (if) it harm none, do as ye will,” but we take a VERY broad definition of what ‘harm’ means, and hell yes, things like gratuitous nastiness on the Internet or rudeness to a server or failure to wash that roommate’s dishes you’re using are definitely a form of harm.
The one common element all these texts have is that they are demanding that you look within yourself and examine your own actions.
The one common meaning is this: judge others generously, because you don’t know other people’s trials. Treat others the way you would want to be treated on a day when you were feeling particularly hurt and vulnerable and most in need of kindness and forgiveness.