1. thepocketwatchparadox:

    davestrider:

    dreamingdusk:

    a mystery wrapped in an enigma drizzled with conundrum

    see that bit of grey, faded text? mystery solved.

    image

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  3. vladimirnootin:

    People often forget that Belle from Beauty and the Beast has easily attempted to run away the moment the Beast showed his anger. What brought her back was that he showed a significant amount of aiding her instead of leaving her out to the wolves the way a selfish man would.

    He was already in the process of changing by then.

    Some people keep forgetting that Belle didn’t shut up about Beast’s temper, and told him off for it. We keep forgetting that Belle had a voice.

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  4. hawthorrn:

    i don’t care i love it » Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

    For too long I’ve been parched of thirst and unable to quench it. Too long I’ve been starving to death and haven’t died. I feel nothing. Not the wind on my face nor the spray of the sea. Nor the warmth of a woman’s flesh. You best start believing in ghost stories, Miss Turner… you’re in one!

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  5. Wasn’t this designed by the guy who designed Tron?

    (Source: deamonsdancealone, via deadlykillerqueen)

     
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  7. Anonymous said: If you work at an establishment like Starbucks or Subway or whatever (places that handle allergenic foods and their alternatives) and you switch up ingredients just to prove a point to skinny people/men/whites/etc. you are an awful person. What will you do if you give someone a fatal allergic reaction? Blame the patriarchy?

    ughsocialjustice:

    sp00kyhilton:

    inieciele:

    sp00kyhilton:

    LIKE WHEN I FUCKING ASK FOR SKIM FUCKING MILK AND YA’LL GIVE ME HEAVY CREAM AND THEN FIGHT WITH ME ABOUT HOW IT ‘IS SKIM MILK’

    NO BITCH I KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.

    omg this girl I work with is convinced it is 100% okay to give someone a cup of half coffee, half hot water instead of decaf if none is made. people can have fatal reactions to caffeine and somehow this girl gets away with this shit. i’ve also seen her hand out the wrong coffees before without saying anything. shit is fucking dirty. if you wouldn’t do it to a friend, don’t do it to a customer.

    HOW ABOUT WHEN THEY GIVE ME DECAF

     AND HEAVY CREAM

     AND THEN FIGHT WITH ME ABOUT HOW IT WAS FULL CAFF

    AND SKIM MILK

     LIKE LISTEN

     MY COFFEE LOOKS LIKE MILK

    AND TASTES LIKE FUCKING WATER, I CAN TASTE THE DIFFERENCE, I”VE BEEN TO ENOUGH FUCKING HOSPITALS TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FULL HALF AND DECAF.

     FUCK THIS MAKES ME SO ANGRY

    OMG they always try to tell me that mine has whole milk when I can clearly tell it’s soy milk. Then argue when I ask them to remake it because I’m allergic.  ”Uhm, I made it with whole milk, so I can’t change it.” bitch I know the difference, and I saw you make it. Woops. Maybe I’ll just have a reaction right here in front of your manager…. fucking hell. And that was the last time I went to a Starbucks. 

    -the Polish one

     

  8. Anonymous said: If you work at an establishment like Starbucks or Subway or whatever (places that handle allergenic foods and their alternatives) and you switch up ingredients just to prove a point to skinny people/men/whites/etc. you are an awful person. What will you do if you give someone a fatal allergic reaction? Blame the patriarchy?

    ughsocialjustice:

    ughsocialjustice:

    I CAN NOT AGREE WITH THIS ENOUGH!!! 

    I have a food allergy, granted it’s not severe. No anaphylaxis, just vomiting, joint swelling, and sometimes migraines.  But I’ve had issues at Starbucks several times, and it’s fucking assholish to say the least. You are risking people’s lives when you decide someone needs one milk over the other.  Same with waitstaff who won’t find out if a product is used in the kitchen (like vegetable oil) JUST GO FUCKING ASK. IT TAKES 2 MINUTES AND IS MUCH EASIER THAN CALLING 911 WHEN SOMEONE HAS A REACTION.

    sorry. I had an issue at a restaurant over the weekend. I just wanted to know what they fried their chicken fingers in and their wifi didn’t work so I couldn’t look it up myself.

    -the Polish one

    I was once at a Chipotle (Chipotle promises it can handle gluten-free diets, I think. That or nuts or something.), and I sat there and watched as this lady walks up and asks that the guy working the line change his gloves before handling her food, which is COMPLETELY doable, even if you’re super-busy. After practically begging him to get her the gluten-free tortillas for her tacos, he passes it off to the next lady who starts touching all her food without changing her gloves. The lady ordering stops her, then asks them to restart her order. They don’t want to, it’s busy and loud, and this lady is clearly super-annoyed. Finally, they agree to redo her meal, making a big show of changing their gloves and remaking it, even though they promise to provide gluten-free options and this lady has been nothing but polite. It was frustrating, especially because she was trying to explain they had flour on their gloves that she couldn’t have in her food.

    I swear to god, some food workers don’t understand how severe food allergies can be. It’s not a joke and they aren’t trying to make your life harder.

    -The Trans One

     
  9. shavingryansprivates:

    i’M SCREAMING BECAUSE OF HOW CUTE THIS IS

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  10. notallfeminists:

    Such a lovely bunch, those feminists.

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