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allabout-theirony:

if you think Toothless is all cat and no dog and call him a “flying cat” or “dragon kitty” in response to something he does you’ve probably never owned both cats and dogs???? he is a mix of the two

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dog

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dOG

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dog and cat (my dog LOVES lasers, my cat doesn’t)

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cat, then dog

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catdog

in conclusion, Toothless does dog-like things in a cat-like manner

(via castlefreak005)

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Things people with Social Anxiety do

high-energy-introvert:

•go to the bathroom to escape

•feel very uncomfortable without a phone or some other crutch

•dwell on a small awkward moment for much longer than necessary

•never go to any social event without a person that makes you feel comfortable

•follow said person way too much

•worry about the person beginning to find you obnoxious

•faking an illness to get out of a social event

•Dont buy something necessary because the cashier is intimidating. 

(via ambbriel)

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exitpursuedbyasloth:

notobadthings:

justanotheridijiton:

crossroadscastiel:

bless your existence 
(x) (x)


{x}

Doesn’t anyone else find it strange that spn gives out weirdly specific spoilers, like the name of the girl Dean will have a fling with, or generally what could be considered the outline of the main plot from the first half of the series? I’m getting increasingly sceptical - I feel like they’re either completely shitting us or that they try to keep excitement up after…well, “some” negative feedback.

If they are trying to keep excitement up…they are doing a poor job of it.
It should come as no surprise that when the shows mostly female audience, who has been complaining about the show’s gratuitous misogyny for years, hears spoilers for S10 that amount to “Oh, you ain’t seen misogyny yet!”, when all they get is a promise of some ultra misogyny, that they get goddamn  rightfully pissed off, and express that pissed-offness to the people who dictate the shows content.
If SPN didn’t want to get criticism and hate about it’s gratuitously misogynistic content from it’s mostly female audience, then perhaps they should stop being so gratuitously misogynistic. Just a wild notion.
This plotline of Dean’s…it has no hope of NOT being misogynistic and gross. And no, the fact that it may be portrayed in a negative light does not make it okay; women are not there to be abused and mistreated just to show how dark a man has become. And regardless how its portrayed, they’re still showing their hero, their leading man, being all gross and mistreating women, cause that’s just how men are deep inside, that’s what men do when reduced to their base urges. They did not HAVE to go down this route, they CHOSE to. They chose to tell a misogynistic story.
I mean, do we really think this show as whole, this show that does not recognize or acknowledge its own misogyny (or homophobia or racism or rape culture bullshit) is going to do this storyline well? Do we think the people that wrote season 9, which was chock full of normalized rape and objectification and that sad excuse for an Abaddon story and showdown and Kevin fridging, season 9 which seemed to amp up it’s misogyny in a fit of pique, is going to handle this Demon!Dean in any kind of not-disgusting way? Do we want the writer of Rock and a Hard Place (who apparently thinks Human!Dean is a douchey horndog Quagmire who doesn’t care about a woman’s consent, who made a sex worker into nothing more than a hole to be filled with Dean’s magical healing penis) writing this kind of thing? Do we want the people who think rape is hilaaaaarious writing this kind of thing? Has this any chance of ending well, ending in a way that isn’t a big “Up Yours, You Whiny Bitches! We’ll Show You Some Misogyny!”?
And I’m not jumping the gun here, or freaking out over nothing. I’ve watched the show before, and am drawing on my past experiences with it to extrapolate probable outcomes to the proposed scenario. This ain’t ‘hysteria’. This is reason and experience forming a logical prediction. SPN has given me no real reason to think differently. And that’s their fault, not mine.
(Just for clarification, I actually think Berens’ scripts are the least misogynistic of any of the writers, he does well by his female characters for the most part, and I think he will continue to do his best in this regard next season. But he still works for a show that is hugely problematic in that area.)

I try not to be negative about the show, but I tend to agree. SPN regularly gets criticized for misogyny; is it really going to improve the show to make one of our heroes an extra-obnoxious sexist asshole? Moreover, Dean is my favorite character, and I really do not want to see him exploring his darkest impulses for half a season (or even a few episodes). I don’t want to hate my favorite character! Fingers are crossed that they take this somewhere positive, somewhere that really explores Dean’s character in a good way, and lets him grow and understand himself better. But right now it’s hard to feel optimistic about it, considering SPN’s longstanding issues with misogyny.

exitpursuedbyasloth:

notobadthings:

justanotheridijiton:

crossroadscastiel:

bless your existence 

(x) (x)

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{x}

Doesn’t anyone else find it strange that spn gives out weirdly specific spoilers, like the name of the girl Dean will have a fling with, or generally what could be considered the outline of the main plot from the first half of the series? I’m getting increasingly sceptical - I feel like they’re either completely shitting us or that they try to keep excitement up after…well, “some” negative feedback.

If they are trying to keep excitement up…they are doing a poor job of it.

It should come as no surprise that when the shows mostly female audience, who has been complaining about the show’s gratuitous misogyny for years, hears spoilers for S10 that amount to “Oh, you ain’t seen misogyny yet!”, when all they get is a promise of some ultra misogyny, that they get goddamn  rightfully pissed off, and express that pissed-offness to the people who dictate the shows content.

If SPN didn’t want to get criticism and hate about it’s gratuitously misogynistic content from it’s mostly female audience, then perhaps they should stop being so gratuitously misogynistic. Just a wild notion.

This plotline of Dean’s…it has no hope of NOT being misogynistic and gross. And no, the fact that it may be portrayed in a negative light does not make it okay; women are not there to be abused and mistreated just to show how dark a man has become. And regardless how its portrayed, they’re still showing their hero, their leading man, being all gross and mistreating women, cause that’s just how men are deep inside, that’s what men do when reduced to their base urges. They did not HAVE to go down this route, they CHOSE to. They chose to tell a misogynistic story.

I mean, do we really think this show as whole, this show that does not recognize or acknowledge its own misogyny (or homophobia or racism or rape culture bullshit) is going to do this storyline well? Do we think the people that wrote season 9, which was chock full of normalized rape and objectification and that sad excuse for an Abaddon story and showdown and Kevin fridging, season 9 which seemed to amp up it’s misogyny in a fit of pique, is going to handle this Demon!Dean in any kind of not-disgusting way? Do we want the writer of Rock and a Hard Place (who apparently thinks Human!Dean is a douchey horndog Quagmire who doesn’t care about a woman’s consent, who made a sex worker into nothing more than a hole to be filled with Dean’s magical healing penis) writing this kind of thing? Do we want the people who think rape is hilaaaaarious writing this kind of thing? Has this any chance of ending well, ending in a way that isn’t a big “Up Yours, You Whiny Bitches! We’ll Show You Some Misogyny!”?

And I’m not jumping the gun here, or freaking out over nothing. I’ve watched the show before, and am drawing on my past experiences with it to extrapolate probable outcomes to the proposed scenario. This ain’t ‘hysteria’. This is reason and experience forming a logical prediction. SPN has given me no real reason to think differently. And that’s their fault, not mine.

(Just for clarification, I actually think Berens’ scripts are the least misogynistic of any of the writers, he does well by his female characters for the most part, and I think he will continue to do his best in this regard next season. But he still works for a show that is hugely problematic in that area.)

I try not to be negative about the show, but I tend to agree. SPN regularly gets criticized for misogyny; is it really going to improve the show to make one of our heroes an extra-obnoxious sexist asshole? Moreover, Dean is my favorite character, and I really do not want to see him exploring his darkest impulses for half a season (or even a few episodes). I don’t want to hate my favorite character! Fingers are crossed that they take this somewhere positive, somewhere that really explores Dean’s character in a good way, and lets him grow and understand himself better. But right now it’s hard to feel optimistic about it, considering SPN’s longstanding issues with misogyny.

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mylife-orsomethinglikeit:

My dream is to have a huge library at home! Beautiful and comfortable ….

….place where i can travel and see other countries /worlds , time travel, join Sherlock in London, experience love and pain of MUMU…

Home library..in my checklist is a MUST.