The Something That I Can Do

neenuhbee:

queenaisling:

a-weeping-fangirl:

When the back of a book has a bunch of reviews instead of a summary

Except for Ellen’s book right

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and tina fey’s
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College Major Stereotypes:

mama-connor:

sherlockbringthejam:

ohaiitsarielle:

timeywimey-pendragon:

love-order-chaos-repeat:

dotluvr:

chrybo:

Philosophy: 

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Art:

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Engineering:

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Psychology:

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Gender and Sexuality Studies:

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Social Work:

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Women’s Studies:

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Business:

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Linguistics:

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English:

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Computer Science and Engineering:

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Theater: 

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Physics:

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International Studies:

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Choaked at Theater

Excuse you

History:

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Law


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Nursing:

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MUSIC:

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Geology:
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Religion?

cakeandrevolution:

I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

whatisitcalledagain:

fat-grrrl:

sometimes I forget that Americans have to pay for university upfront like what the fuck is that are u guys ok

no

Ask my mortgage worth of school loan debt if I’m okay.

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Cats and Tumblr

micdotcom:

Watch: Haunting PSA reminds us how the cycle of abuse really begins

From an early age, children develop big dreams of becoming doctors, teachers, scientists and singers — but nowhere in the infinite range of possibilities would a child ever say, “I want to beat my wife so badly that she ends up in the hospital.” 
In a a powerful move to inform people about the root causes of gendered domestic violence, “Our Watch,” a new Australian initiative to stop violence against women and children, just released its first video PSA.
It begins at home | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

Watch: Haunting PSA reminds us how the cycle of abuse really begins

From an early age, children develop big dreams of becoming doctors, teachers, scientists and singers — but nowhere in the infinite range of possibilities would a child ever say, “I want to beat my wife so badly that she ends up in the hospital.” 

In a a powerful move to inform people about the root causes of gendered domestic violence, “Our Watch,” a new Australian initiative to stop violence against women and children, just released its first video PSA.

It begins at home Follow micdotcom

pleatedjeans:

buttersafe

This is both amazing and unforgivable.