100,000 notes and I wonder how many people realise this line was improvised by a 7 year old
I think most of us guessed it when we saw the “people from liverpool” bit.
Love this show - this little actress is very talented and clearly has the right idea about the world :)
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Wow, So I’ve never actually clicked on this link but if I ever see Tina Fey I’m not sure if I’ll sock her in the face or just kidnap her, tie her to a chair, and give her a good lecture.
Because making fun of FOUR WOMEN (who just happened to be prostitutes) deaths is a REAL knee slapper….
Gail Simone’s twitter feed from this morning. I decided it must be captured for posterity. Don’t ever stop being awesome, Gail.
[Part 1 of 2]
My twitter feed got taken over by a wild woman!
Oh, I’m so glad somebody captured these.
Some satire to reveal how ridiculous it is when authors claim writing women is just too difficult.
Quebec filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée, who directed Dallas Buyers Club, spoke to CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi, who asked whether he ever considered casting a transgender actor.
"Never. [Are] there any transgender actors?" he said. "I’m not aiming for the real thing. I’m aiming for an experienced actor who wants to portray the thing." (x
by “the thing” of course he means someone who is transgender
urgh gross the worst go die
I love this scene. I love that Brock does what every cool person does during a bad party, which is to go into somebody else’s room and turn on their TV and watch whatever he wants. Leaves the door open.
Except usually you’re sitting on the edge of the bed with all the coats on it.
Yeah. And then somebody comes in, “Hey, what’re you doing in here?” And you’re like, "Crossbow special."
- Doc & Jackson
I feel good today.
Because I’m apparently a “cool person.”
My go to tactic
I love this show and need more of it.
We ALL need to have more Venture Brothers in our life
It’s a thing it’s impossible to have too much of :D
Brock. You magnificent bastard.
Who can fail to love Brock Sampson? :D
I always hear Brock’s name in my head as Molotov Cocktease saying it in her Soviet Russian accent
A comic about my parents. The entirety of their relationship is mutual hatred of the human race.
when my parents first met my mum thought my dad was a stuck up dick and my dad thought she was a bitch and now they’ve been married 25 years
they get a long in a similar way
they love each other, but they don’t like eachother
I might find a soul mate yet
My mum only said yes to marrying my dad cuz she thought he was joking
My dad knew mum wasn’t into marriage or kids or anything traditional like that. But on a holiday he still quietly brought it up one night with just an offhand “So…you think we should get married?”
They talked and discussed and finally agreed.
Driving home the next day mum asked him “Sooooo….if you’re making me marry you can’t I at least have a ring? Can I get some jewellery?”
our makeup and heels will not make men fear us. they don’t care if it feels empowering, they will still objectify it. i love dresses and makeup but weaponized femininity is a joke.
Weaponised femininity is more complex than that in a world where men expect women to look physically perfect but expect her to not look like she’s trying (i.e. strong makeup, fancy hair). This “I like natural girls” bullshit pushes the idea that women have to naturally be perfect and somehow our effort is unattractive and therefore our value as human beings is diminished. Because we’re “high maintenance” or some fucking bullshit like that.
Weaponised femininity often uses aesthetics that mainstream fashion and standards of beauty hate and ignore and put down. Weaponised femininity often uses the strong girly, feminine aesthetics that women love on each other, whereas men whinge about it.
In this way, weaponised femininity is giving the finger to every boy that sneers at my carefully applied lipstick or seamed stockings. It’s a massive fuck you to men who openly insult and degrade women in public for dressing up, dressing OTT feminine, and not appealing to their clearly more important desires for “natural beauty”. Whatever that means.
Writing it off so simply ignores the complex way the beauty industry works to establish women’s looks and then demonises them and the way men want to control the way women look.