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> New Hampshire and Maine being considered bad states
U wot m8?
Just so you know, the concept of identifying as trans and the questioning of gender identity have lived long before tumblr. Also your observation that biology is the one and only definer of one’s gender is very shortsighted.
Not to mention that when it comes to health/medical treatment everything is just flipped on its head when you identify as trans. It’s not always as if your doctor can just treat you as if you’re biologically male/female because it’s usually no longer the case
This post bothers me because the poster ignores the crazy expensive shit that goes into funerals and burials. Some families get mausoleums, crazy headstones, fancy ass caskets. Shit, man, if you have enough money you can have your ashes launched into space.
Your original post was in past tense with your use of the word “liked” which implied to me think you used to like Naruto but don’t anymore.
TL;DR: english language is stupid
I suppose it’s a compliment or an insult depending on who you ask. The context is pretty muddy in this comic
I love how so many different interpretations can come from these depending on who you ask
I believe you misread that post, sir.
You can’t hide your Naruto phase forever. Might as well just embrace it now.
Yeah, but that makes sense because you’re supposed to interact with the people around you in those settings so it’s at least understandable.
My guess is alzheimers
Bless this post and all its accuracy
As someone who just went on a vacation I can attest this is exactly what happens
I’ve only seen the gay guy one out of these examples but while these phrases aren’t as widespread as the video implies it’s still something some people say and has built up quite the stereotype
I can honestly say I don’t find anything wrong with a design like this. Was the person who made the image just desperately trying to have a beef with someone? Cus “desperate” is definitely the vibe I’m getting from this post.
That’s… Not even what adventure time looks like…
Scott Pilgrim? Sure, but definitely not Adventure time
I quite enjoyed high school, myself. That doesn’t necessarily mean the system works, though, it just meant it worked for me. And even then, I’ve been out of high school for two years and I can’t say I remember much of anything I learned outside of the things that actually interested me.
There is nothing funnier than watching scientists intently studying a woman twerking for science.
For something that is supposedly going extinct, they sure found a lot of woman that were expert twerkers
And of course it’s fucking sold on amazon
enormous mild obsession with Shovel Knight and having just activated butt mode in the game myself, I must say I greatly appreciate your avatar
To those claiming nobody says “like a girl” anymore: In my own experience I’ve seen children (and usually exclusively children) use this phrase a lot, so it’s pretty likely this phrase is still around but only kids use it really so most of us never hear the phrase used anymore.
That’s what bothered me about this commercial. The kids in this commercial were supposedly so untouched by sexism that they didn’t know the phrase “like a girl” even existed as an insult. As if kids aren’t the ones that use the phrase the most. Yeah, right.
Also the people that did the impersonation of a girl fighting have obviously never seen a girl fight. Girl fights are fucking vicious, man.
Overall though I do still appreciate it for what it’s worth. The insult was always incredibly stupid to me so it would be nice if it went through some revolution and the meaning of the phrase changed. Language is a funny thing.
While the phrase is certainly not causing anything catastrophic, it still says something about society when the phrase “like a girl” means inferior. Is it the cause of sexism? No, but it’s one of those things that, while in general not that harmful, still keeps sexism alive in the back of our minds.
I agree, quite the brilliant marketing campaign
It should be noted though that “girl” can refer to any female from a small child to a woman in her 20s/30s while “boy” is generally referring to children and children alone (with some instances of it referring to young teens).
That was beautiful