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  1. mr-egbutt:

WAKE UP POTTER
WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

    mr-egbutt:

    WAKE UP POTTER

    WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

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  3. peachdreamsandperseus:

    It’s so nice to see that the BBC adapted my autobiography.

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    youkeepmyoldscarf:

    youkeepmyoldscarf:

    demonsandarling:

    edtoldmetocaptionthisweeran:

    yourselfatmydoor:

    youkeepmyoldscarf:

    everybody.

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    yes everyone hates her you’re correct.

    yes everybody hates her so fucking much even the prince of england

    and lets no forget this 

    this just keeps getting better and better

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    WHO

    DOES

    SHE

    THINK

    SHE

    IS

    ????????

    (Source: crazykeara, via pinotessa)

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  7. theghostofyourliess:

Men’s Rights Activists

    theghostofyourliess:

    Men’s Rights Activists

    (Source: youll-never-get-me-alive, via club-penguin-famous)

  8. I have a question for Americans: why do you pronounce Craig so, you know, weirdly? This isn’t a rhetorical question, why?

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  10. I’d just like to clarify why people are saying that what Carrie said is problematic. This is not an attack on carrie, I like her and I genuinely had good intentions. 

    Jimmy: What should you do if you feel pressured within a relationship to maybe have sex, or to send explicit pictures, or to do anything you don’t feel comfortable with?
    Carrie: It’s about having the confidence and the self-esteem and the self-respect to say ‘I don’t want this’, ‘I don’t wanna do this.’

    The reason this is problematic is because it’s suggesting that those who don’t say no do so because they lack self respect. That if they had self respect, they wouldn’t have become victims of abuse. This puts the responsibility to prevent abuse on the victim: you need the self respect to say no. When we should focus on altering the behaviour and mindsets of the abusers. Abuse is 100% caused by abusers, which is also why analogies to burglaries don’t work (and also victim blame, so no to that) 

    I do appreciate that it wasn’t Carrie’s intention for it to be interpreted this way, but that’s how it has been interpreted, and it’s incredibly harmful. She’s apologised now, and obviously I don’t want to start an argument, I just wanted to explain to people that there was a valid reason behind the criticism of what she said. (I’m criticising what she said, not her. Good people say/do bad things, they’re still good people) 

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  12. timecurve asked: ""It's about having the confidence to say I don't want to do this" @CarrieHFletcher on pressure in #relationships " what the HECK

    pottermoosh:

    The full quote [1:56 in the video]:

    Jimmy: What should you do if you feel pressured within a relationship to maybe have sex, or to send explicit pictures, or to do anything you don’t feel comfortable with?
    Carrie: It’s about having the confidence and the self-esteem and the self-respect to say ‘I don’t want this’, ‘I don’t wanna do this.’

    [Link].

    (Note: this quote is followed by a discussion on consent, which is important, but it does approach it from the angle of ‘oh that can be quite romantic’ rather than ‘hey that’s a legal obligation’.)

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  14. 7iris:

    The story of my personal and professional life.

    (Source: yellowcrayonwillow, via graaaavearchitecture)

  15. plop-alot:

    walking out of an exam you knew you failed

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  17. virtualjew:


    LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN THIS IS AMAZING

    this is a remix of happy where the vocals are kept the same, but the instrumental part of it is completely different and really transforms the song

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