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lotuslopez:

darkbluetile:

this post is my dream come true

babies with babies

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spottedjellyfish:

can’t wait for this

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sodomymcscurvylegs:

Being an adult is realizing that $5,000 is a lot of money to owe and very little money to own.


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hipstersled:

http://hipstersled.tumblr.com/

hipstersled:

http://hipstersled.tumblr.com/


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babybluestocking:

raikagay:

remember like 2 years ago when christmas stopped feeling like christmas for some reason

This post creeps me out because it is absolutely true 
WHAT HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS


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"She looked this way?"

Yami Shibai Season 2, Episode 4: Wall Woman

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sixpenceee:

Kagome, Kagome is a creepy Japanese children’s game. 
One player is chosen as the oni (literally demon, but similar to the concept of “it” in tag and sits blindfolded (or with their eyes covered). The other children join hands and walk in circles around the oni while chanting the song for the game. When the song stops, the oni tries to name the person standing directly behind them.
The game itself is alright but wait until you hear about the creepy story based on it.
It’s about how German scientists performed experiments on children in a Hiroshima orphanege to try and make them “immortal”. It’s said that they succeeded, to an extent, but the “successful” children had “strange behavior”. 
Read a brief summary of here
Read the full version here
You can also listen to an audio version (5 minutes in length) here

sixpenceee:

Kagome, Kagome is a creepy Japanese children’s game. 

One player is chosen as the oni (literally demon, but similar to the concept of “it” in tag and sits blindfolded (or with their eyes covered). The other children join hands and walk in circles around the oni while chanting the song for the game. When the song stops, the oni tries to name the person standing directly behind them.

The game itself is alright but wait until you hear about the creepy story based on it.

It’s about how German scientists performed experiments on children in a Hiroshima orphanege to try and make them “immortal”. It’s said that they succeeded, to an extent, but the “successful” children had “strange behavior”. 

Read a brief summary of here

Read the full version here

You can also listen to an audio version (5 minutes in length) here


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imminentdeathsyndrome:

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sapient-wartortle:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

Four college women beat up a homeless man for no reason. None of them were arrested or named in any articles I’ve seen with this story. So this is the patriarchal society feminists claim oppresses women, huh? [source]

Not all women…

THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH FEMINISM AND THE PATRIARCHY YOU ASSHOLE, THIS IS JUST ANOTHER CASE OF PIECE OF SHIT PEOPLE BEING PIECES OF SHIT 

Actually it has quite a lot to do with feminism because its feminists who protest men’s issues conferences and constantly say that men don’t need rights because men have “privilege” but we live in a society where this happens in public, the criminals are not named or arrested because they’re female, and it was a homeless man that was assaulted and left to bleed on the street with his pants around his ankles. Things I see here are:

>female privilege
>female entitlement
>misandry
>classism
>sexism

Are you honestly telling me that if this were four men beating on a homeless woman that it wouldn’t suddenly be a feminist issue? You’re fucking deluded if you think it wouldn’t be.


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