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A man just walked past me and said “excuse me, but you look very nice tonight darlin” I said thank you and he said you’re welcome and walked off. And that is how you compliment a woman without harassing them

No, that is still unsolicited, and thus, harassment. No amount of “darlins” is gonna make me not want to punch your ass for coming on to me without provocation.






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During a convention interview, star Glenn Howerton was asked why his character was named Dennis, whereas Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney's characters are named after themselves. Howerton responded by saying that he wanted to distance himself from his character as much as fucking possible.

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Comparison between the Smash newcomers’ appearances and their  appearances in their own games.

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When white people try to tell you how they have experienced racism. 


this really pisses me off tho. every race expierences racism, even if it doesn’t happen so much to them as it does to another race.


Please do tell. 

White people have it extremely good, yes, white people don’t suffer from the same intensity of racism as other groups nor are they afflicted by institutionalized racism, and white privilege is real. Yes, that is all true. But racism comes in all kinds of forms. It can absolutely go “both ways.” Any expression of prejudice — even if it’s just through calling someone a name — based on someone’s perceived race is racism. It isn’t negotiable. Writing off the existence of racism towards white people (or any group, for that matter) just because they “don’t have it as bad” is ridiculous. Calling a white person a “cracker,” posting photos of Iggy Azalea being compared to tapioca pudding, and anything else targeting a white person because of their race is racism. State-sponsored racism isn’t the only form of it and white people didn’t “invent” racism, either — it isn’t strictly an American phenomenon. Reverse the roles. Would calling a black person a “nigger” or posting photos of Nicki Minaj being compared to chocolate pudding be acceptable?

Imagine a scenario where a white person goes into a predominantly black area, for example, and is beaten up and called a “cracker” during the encounter. Now, would you attribute these actions to racism, or does it just not count because white people don’t suffer from the same depth and frequency of discrimination as black people do?

Prejudice or discrimination towards a person simply because of their race is racism. White people in America don’t have it as bad as black people, or Native Americans, or any number of other ethnic or cultural groups — I know that. But this attitude that it’s okay to say racist things about white people because it doesn’t really count as racism because they don’t have it as bad as others isn’t progressive. It isn’t solving anything and it’s just perpetuating the “us versus them” mentality that has done nothing for groups of humans all over the globe. We won’t get anywhere as a species if we don’t eliminate prejudice between groups of people altogether.

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When I go back to school tomorrow

what kind of connection does this guy have how does he make these omfg

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FUCK nintendo (opens my wallet) i CANNOT believe they’re selling this shit (pulls out $150) an entirely new fucking console that’s exactly like the old one (gives money to cashier) all it is is a new fucking button the 3ds doesnt have (goes home with my new 3ds ll) this is fucking bullshit god damn it (buys and plays all the games that come out for it) fuck nintendo

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