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i'm drowing in schoolwork help. also i have a job!
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attempting to read: textbooks :(

watching: sailor moon



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me on my way home from class: oh man i'm gonna get so much work done let me make a to do list and get that shit done quickly and effectively i'm so pumped
me the second i get home: nah

thatsonofamitch:

emkaymlp:

please no halloween posts just yet. there’s still 2 months left

did someone say halloween
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arctichunkies:

curves on women are great, but curves on final exams are really what get me going

“Maybe a relationship is just two idiots who don’t know a damn thing except the fact that they’re willing to figure it out together.”

(via c0ntemplations)

pd,
Men: Not ALL men.
Men to their daughters: Yes, all men. Every single one of them.

Why Into The Dalek Was Proper Doctor Who

claudiaboleyn:

  • Passed the Bechdel test with flying colours.
  • Challenged gender roles: Journey is a soldier, fierce, ruthless, career orientated, ready to get the job done; Danny Pink, although framed as a ‘ladies’ man’ is painfully shy when interacting with Clara, cries over a remembered death, finds the expected traditional make gender role of ‘ladykiller’ uncomfortable and difficult to deal with.
  • Let’s be honest Danny Pink is the most interesting, relatable, likeable, and realistic male character since Moffat took the helm of Doctor Who. 
  • Clara Oswald is a bloody good teacher.
  • Clara Oswald is a career woman. 
  • Clara Oswald reads The Guardian. 
  • Gretchen Alison Carlisle. 
  • Journey was possibly lesbian or bi or pan. Simple easy normalising representation. The type I enjoy. 
  • The Doctor does not like guns. He does not like soldiers. He does not like the military…
  • But he’s also portrayed as a hypocrite, and his words and sentiments are questioned by Clara. 
  • Complex exploration of the Doctor’s moral core while keeping him both empathetic, unpredictable, and shockingly (at times) alien.
  • The most amazing slow motion sequences and CGI. 
  • A return to the story arc of this series. 
  • Complex exploration of hatred, vengeance, mercy, empathy, and hope. 
  • The interior of a Dalek. Need I say more?
  • We are inspired to show compassion for the monster/villain of the entire show and to hope that somewhere inside it is the capacity for growth and change. If that’s not the message of Doctor Who, then I don’t know what is.)
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