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myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

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quakerlol:

MATILDA IS THE IDEAL MOVIE AND HERE IS WHY

  • female protag
  • no love story cause shes a six yr old
  • bff is a small girl of color
  • bechdel test passed in like the first ten minutes
  • anti-bullying message
  • anti-abuse message
  • pro-learning message
  • this girl is so smart she can move things with her MIND
  • teaches kids that if ppl are toxic, even if they are family, then you don’t have to stay with them
  • so cute!!!!
  • great soundtrack
  • happiest ending
  • infinitely relatable

these are the facts people

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fallenadversary:

wellheyproductions:

onestepinc:

insanelydelish:

JC PENNY SEES YOUR HOMOPHOBIA AND RAISES YOU A DOUBLE RAINBOW.

^ yes

I tried to scroll past this, but it must be reblogged. Must….always….reblog…..

ANTE UP, BITCHES!

JC Penny says “COME AT ME BITCHES!”

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thranduart:

buzzfeed:

29 Photos That Prove Everybody Cosplays

THIS IS THE MOST FUCKING IMPORTANT THING I HAVE EVER REBLOGGED GDI

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bonnibelbubblegumarchives:

havE YOU EVER BEEN TALkGING TO SOMEONE WHOS SO CUTE YOU JUST LIKE GRIN ALL STUPID AND KICK UR FEET AROUND AND CURL UP UR TOES AND SMUSH UR OWN FACE BECAUSE YOU PHYSICALLY CANT HANDLE THE CUTENESS

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npr:

Self-help videos tell women to learn to love their bodies by saying nice things to themselves in the mirror. Can shushing your hardest critic actually rewire the brain?
Why Saying Is Believing — The Science Of Self-Talk
Illustration credit: Katherine Streeter for NPR

npr:

Self-help videos tell women to learn to love their bodies by saying nice things to themselves in the mirror. Can shushing your hardest critic actually rewire the brain?

Why Saying Is Believing — The Science Of Self-Talk

Illustration credit: Katherine Streeter for NPR

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