The sip at the end destroys me.
"Hellz ya bitchess!!!1" *initiates Miley Cyrus level tongue seizing and strange gargling noises*
"Oh my, no. Dear lord, my innocent constitution falters at the touch of liquor.” *dawns a large feather hat and clambers into a horse drawn carriage that returns to the plantation where I’ll proceed to write letters to my husband fighting in the Great War*
John Barrowman & David Tennant behind the scenes of Doctor Who
The way to David’s heart? Cake.
A genius made this: http://t.co/NwMbcZPM74— Gunnerkrigg (@gunnerkrigg)
“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs, and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate beings condemning them to spend their lives in search for their other halves.”
~Plato’s The Symposium.
How many times will I reblog this? “Always.”
Can we talk about how accurate this comic feels? Like…woah…way to make me feel thingsO.O
damn zeus is such a piece of shit
Annie and Kat outfits for Chapter 46.
In my last ethics class the professor, a 70+ year old Benedictine monk (a type of Catholic monk), was finishing his lecture on the final chapter in our textbook: sexuality. He took a few minutes to bring up some very interesting points that I wanted to share. These are my reiterations of the ideas he expressed regarding homosexuality:
1. Homosexuality is a predisposition, not a choice. To have any kind of prejudice against gay individuals is ethically and morally wrong.
2. To have prejudice against homosexuality based in “scripture evidence” is wrong. Reading the bible as a christian does not make you an expert on the bible, just as being an English-major and reading To Kill a Mockingbird doesn’t make you an expert on To Kill a Mockingbird.
3. If we feel threatened by the idea of two consenting adults being in a relationship, then our society is fragile and shallow. The title that two adults give their union (marriage, partnership, etc.) doesn’t hurt you and should not threaten you.
4. Catholicism believes to act on homosexual desires is wrong, but that is a religious moral, not a human moral. Human morals are universal, things like: rape is wrong, murder is wrong, etc. For Catholics to try and impose their beliefs on society is wrong.
Though I don’t go to church anymore I do still consider myself a Catholic, and hearing this from my professor makes me very optimistic for the future of the Catholic church. For those of you who think religion makes people miserable or terrible, look into the Benedictines. They are fantastic men and I think its just a matter of time before the rest of the church follows their beautiful example.
I say this about so many characters on Parks and Rec, but here, in this moment, Donna is my spirit animal.
A day in the life of a Gunnerkrigg Court reader.
I love Gunnerkrigg so much, it burns.
Any less and I’d be concerned!
If you’re anxious and you know it breathe real fast