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February 02 2018

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February 01 2018

16:00

Unlearning How White People Ask Personal Questions

beautytruthandstrangeness:

casual-isms:

http://www.samefacts.com/2014/05/culture-and-civil-society/unlearning-how-white-people-ask-personal-questions/

Holy shit. I have ALWAYS thought the people around me were being unconscionably intrusive and power-playing in their starter conversations and they told me I was antisocial and oblivious to culture norms. Turns out, maybe I’m just from a different culture.

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falloutboy:

We’ve got your iPhone screen on lock 😉

06:43

Calling American + Canadian English Speakers and Québécois French Speakers!

straightwhiteboystexting:

Hello/Bonjour ! *version française suit*

If you are a native English speaker from Canada or a native English speaker from the United States, please consider taking 10-15 minutes of your day to complete this survey about patterns in Canadian and American English. It’s part of a study on second language acquisition of English. 

Please share with your North American friends!

Si vous êtes un.e francophone québécois.e, veuillez considérer remplir ce formulaire qui prendra 15-20 minutes de votre temps. Le formulaire pose des questions par rapport à vos habitudes en anglais et fait partie d’une enquête sur l’apprentissage de l’anglais en tant que langue seconde.  

Je vous encourage à partager ce sondage avec vos ami.e.s québécois.e.s aussi!

THANK YOU // MERCI

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ink-shaming:

LETS MAKE A DEAL, BOYS

January 31 2018

13:10

iamthelamp:

man, the first person to witness an eclipse must’ve been so fucked up

apparently they were so fucked up about it that they dressed a dude up like the king and killed him, so that’s fun

12:58

man, the first person to witness an eclipse must’ve been so fucked up

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visiting The Outdoors for a couple hours with my (thrilled as always) lunar eclipse buddy!!

08:38
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grandchild:

i know me and all my mutuals would’ve been lobotomized if we lived in the 19th century that’s one thing we have in common

the first lobotomy was performed in 1935, during the 20th century.

in the 19th century we all would have been medicated with blue mass and died of mercury poisoning.

04:47

gallusrostromegalus:

sirussly:

what the shit

tomorrow night, wednesday 31st jan is the night of a total lunar eclipse

not only that, it’s also the third in a series of super moons, where the moon is closest to the earth at that point in it’s orbit

not only that, it’s the second full moon we’ve had this month, known as a blue moon

not only that, when the moon passes under earth’s shadow it will take on a reddish tint known as a blood moon

WE HAVE A TRIPLE SUPER BLUE BLOOD MOON ECLIPSE ON OUR HANDS, PEOPLE!

#prayforthewerewolves

I’m kicking off the state-wide drive with this. Any entities that need to get to Durango better be at my house by 5 AM.

03:55

what your fav soda says about you

jurasssic:

coca cola: you care deeply about the coca-cola and pepsi debate
pepsi: you prefer the aesthetics and do not care for the coca-cola and pepsi debate
orange soda: you rarely drink soda but always pick this when you do
cherry cola: you are extremely defensive of this choice and understandably so
grape soda: you will eat anyone’s leftovers 
sprite: you are a 12 year old boy who plays video games
mtn dew: you are an teenaged/adult male who plays video games
dr pepper: not really your favorite but no one likes it so there’s more for you
diet dr pepper: you are a middle aged substitute teacher
ginger ale: you will do almost anything on a dare
craft soda: the glass bottle makes you feel cool

This is root beer and cream soda erasure

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obviousplant:

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

02:44

nerevarmoonstar:

hawke, wading ass-deep through templars to stop the rite of annulment: maker’s salty tits, this night could not get any worse :(

orsino, about to make their night worse:

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stealthboy:

*hits blunt* a lot of trans people didn’t actually know their whole lives that they were transgender. plenty of us, with no frame of reference or proper education/exposure to LGBT stuff, had to go through a long process of self reflection and learning and experimenting first before finding the identity that most suited us. the narrative about always having known is real and valid for others, don’t get me wrong, but it also seems to be the one most easily digestible by cis folks who are reluctant to think about the countless different experiences of unique trans individuals

January 30 2018

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maidsonas:

maidsonas:

fuck personality tests reblog this with the position u sleep in and how u like ur eggs cooked

People reblogging this with “on my back” and “hard boiled” are to be feared

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tathrin:

positive-memes:

Her first menu.

Fuck man I’ve literally never even thought about this (which sounds so stupid when I type it out but that ‘s the insidiousness of abelism isn’t it? If we aren’t he ones affected we don’t think about it) but that’s ridiculous. Getting a brail menu made up can’t be that difficult. (And if it is, it shouldn’t be.) The big chain restaurants, certainly, have no excuse for not doing this. They can afford to put in that effort, can afford those extra printing costs without question. And they should be doing it, without question. But they won’t unless we say something.

So how about the next time you go into a restaurant, you ask them if they have a brail menu. Tell them you’re “checking for a friend” or whatever, I don’t care. Just ask them. Start making posts and tweets. Heck, tweet at the restaurants if they’ve got twitter accounts. If enough people ask, if enough pressure gets placed, they’ll see there’s a demand. They’ll see there’s a need, an obligation to provide a basic fucking menu that everyone can access. And maybe they’ll take steps to meet it. We can hope right?

Because the fact that this isn’t already standard practice is fucking appalling.

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I knew that monsters were far more gentle and more desirable than the monsters living inside ‘nice people.’ Accepting that you are a monster gives you the leeway to not behave like one. When you deny being a monster, you behave like one.
— Guillermo del Toro on why he loves monsters. (via television-for-dinner)
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