I'm a Seattle native who likes MLP, Doctor Who, Homestuck, and an assortment of other wonderful things.

 

thatweirdcanadian:

myocardiac:

i couldnt find my headphones and its late at night
solution: get a stethoscope and put it up to the speaker with the computer on low volume

if i cant find my headphones what makes you think im going to find a stethoscope just lying around

thatweirdcanadian:

myocardiac:

i couldnt find my headphones and its late at night

solution: get a stethoscope and put it up to the speaker with the computer on low volume

if i cant find my headphones what makes you think im going to find a stethoscope just lying around

(Source: glowwire)

dbpony:

If we call sperm nut butter, then it is quite possible to peanut butter. 

cailencrow:

brashblacknonbeliever:

petticoatruler:

coreydrake:

Girl Maces Dude For Being Rude (by RuthlessTelevison)

"Signed, sealed, delivered! "

There’s probably a conversation to be had here about white men and their belief that their needs and wants are more important than everyone else’s (in this particular case Black women) and white men not taking the anger of Black women seriously.

Bless this girl

Someone being a bit of an asshole is never justification for using mace or pepper spray on them. Such weapons are designed for use in self-defense only. If people can’t learn to use weapons, even non-lethal ones, responsibly, then they shouldn’t have them.

meggannn:

kamiexe:

chicken-fingers:

this movie was way too heavy for its intended age group

it’s actually really perfect for all ages because when kids learn this stuff early in life it stays with them 

^ This.

(Source: sometimes-alice)

terry-kerten asked
15, 19, 20, and 32.

15. Do you care if people talk badly about you?
It depends. Generally I dislike it, but how I feel about it is dependent on if the stuff they’re saying is true or not. If what they’re saying simply isn’t true or is misinformed, then I have a need to correct it. I do the same thing with pretty much everything I hear, not just things about me. Now, if what they’re saying about me is true, I try to ignore it but I usually end up feeling uncomfy, usually from shame or anxiousness or something.

19. If you could change your eye color, would you?
Not sure. I would definitely keep blue, but I might make it either extra blue or more gray. My eyes are in this weird in-between that isn’t strongly one or the other, and sometimes I don’t like that, but whatever.

20. Name something you have to do tomorrow?
Both today and tomorrow are hella crunch-time days for BronyCAN prep. I need to pack, prepare for panels I’m hosting, and find a few things I’m missing from my costumes.

32. Do you like watching scary movies?
Yes, actually. The interesting thing about horror movies is that most modern examples really ought to be called “terror movies.” They rely too much on jump-scares. I haven’t been genuinely scared by a horror movie since I was younger. I like watching horror movies in groups, especially, because the more people you have, the more horror movies become comedy movies.