• Guy: What do girls do at sleepovers?
  • Me: Pass the Bechdel test.




Tbh I’m afraid to go to Portland. I’ve heard bad things about it and everyone who lives there, including its local squirrels and mushrooms, no offense.

What if I get attacked by a gang of kombucha homebrewers? What if a young tattooed…

I love you, but I’m mad at you is one of the most freeing, important things you can say in a stable relationship. Does that make sense? To know that you have the ability and the right to be mad at someone and know that it doesn’t mean things are over, that it doesn’t mean things are irreparable. That it just means I’m mad, but God, I love you. I love you. Now leave me alone.
To be good, to save nothing (via nonelikejesus)

And that goes for non-romantic relationships. This can be true of platonic friendships, familial relationships, etc.

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OK… I’m up to S2E13… the last story Rose Tyler ever tells… the story of how she died.



Copy of Hoffman/Durer piece painted in Photoshop.

Amy Gross

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I kind of love my middle-of-the-night baby bottle routine. Tonight Little Dude ate “dinner” and was in bed early (for a number of reasons; another post) so our overnight bottle is a little early as well. Usually this all happens anytime between 2a and 4a:

Baby wakes up: feed baby. Then change baby & put baby back to bed. Then one or more of the following: do dishes/clean kitchen, start and/or finish a load of laundry, prep a part of the upcoming day’s dinner. Then it’s back to bed for me, a few minutes of reading or internetting, and doze off until Little Dude wakes up again at a more reasonable hour.

I will almost (*almost*) miss this when he eventually sleeps thru the night.


disapprove the pidge.



I’m so proud of this thrift find today I have no words

The stuff of myth and legend.

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Aiya Van Kooten everyone

When Aiya Van Kooten stood face-to-face with a burglar in her bedroom, her left eye twitched, then she went into “predator mode”.

“I screamed at him… jumped off my chair, leaped over my bed and sprinted after him down the stairs,” she said.


This is the best story of my life

Although she was the only one home, Van Kooten said she had no regard for her safety - instead, she said she was just overwhelmed with “rage“….. ummmmm Hero!!! 

Haha, badass Muslim woman. Love it!!!

This lady is so awesome. She lives with her grandma and was studying and had a towel on her head and no shoes but she chased them out of her garden, kicked one up the arse as he climbed a fence, they dropped a camera and laptop, she flagged down a passing driver to help her continue the pursuit, and it turned out he was ex-military, and they finally caught one of them in a park and pinned him as the police arrived. Now she’s going to visit the burglar in prison for the next few months to help with his rehabilitation.

So in summary:

This lady doesn’t just defend her home and loved ones, she will hunt you down, team up with other skilled individuals, get you put away, and then teach you the consequences of your actions until you’re a valuable member of society once more.

Seriously she’s a frigging superhero.

literal hero

I *love* the bit about following up to help with the burglar’s rehabilitation. It’s maybe my favorite part about this story. She’s marvelous.

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Someday, you will have this shirt 32variations

Today’s second-day hairstyle inspiration is Rose Tyler in S2E11: Fear Her.

I tried to take a pic of my own version of this, but the lighting in my bathroom is bad and my phone camera is worse, so no dice. Just imagine if Rose’s hair were purple and wavy instead of blonde and straight.

I feel like the style is a success, and I plan to use it again.

ETA: I guess it’s E12? Whatever, you know what I mean.

  • me: (thinks something mean)
  • me: dont be fucking rude