rogerwilkerson:

It’s A Small World - opened on this day at the New York World’s Fair in 1964.

rogerwilkerson:

It’s A Small World - opened on this day at the New York World’s Fair in 1964.

floozys:

Honestly i don’t understand why in the flesh doesn’t have a giant following on tumblr.

"Set in the fictional village of Roarton, Lancashire, after The Rising, in which teenager Kieren Walker was re-animated along with thousands of people who died in the year 2009. There quickly followed ‘The Pale Wars’ in which the zombies were hunted and killed by armed bands of militia. After months of rehabilitation and medication, the zombies (now referred to as partially deceased syndrome (PDS) patients by the government, but pejoratively known as "rotters") are judged ready to return to society, their homes and families. They are given cosmetics and contact lenses, so they can ‘pass,’ and to conceal their partially deceased status. They must maintain a strict program of medication to avoid going "rabid" again, which is one injection a day. Many are haunted by returning memories of the atrocities they committed while rabid. In the extremist village of Roarton, PDS sufferers face prejudice from the villagers upon their return.”

i know what you’re thinking, ‘oh god another tv show with straight characters that metaphorically go through what LGBTQA+ people go through, why can’t they just let LGBTQA+ people represent their own oppression..’ except, i don’t want to spoil too much but trust me when i say you will not be disappointed. 
i really cannot recommend it enough especially since they announced that there will be a second series today!
you can watch some trailers:
here, here, here and here 
and you can watch the episodes here:
episode one
episode two
episode three
(trigger warnings for homophobia, guns, gore, death, suicide, blood, murder.. it’s a tv show about zombies you get the picture) 

floozys:

Honestly i don’t understand why in the flesh doesn’t have a giant following on tumblr.

"Set in the fictional village of Roarton, Lancashire, after The Rising, in which teenager Kieren Walker was re-animated along with thousands of people who died in the year 2009. There quickly followed ‘The Pale Wars’ in which the zombies were hunted and killed by armed bands of militia. After months of rehabilitation and medication, the zombies (now referred to as partially deceased syndrome (PDS) patients by the government, but pejoratively known as "rotters") are judged ready to return to society, their homes and families. They are given cosmetics and contact lenses, so they can ‘pass,’ and to conceal their partially deceased status. They must maintain a strict program of medication to avoid going "rabid" again, which is one injection a day. Many are haunted by returning memories of the atrocities they committed while rabid. In the extremist village of Roarton, PDS sufferers face prejudice from the villagers upon their return.

i know what you’re thinking, ‘oh god another tv show with straight characters that metaphorically go through what LGBTQA+ people go through, why can’t they just let LGBTQA+ people represent their own oppression..’ except, i don’t want to spoil too much but trust me when i say you will not be disappointed. 

i really cannot recommend it enough especially since they announced that there will be a second series today!

you can watch some trailers:

here, here, here and here 

and you can watch the episodes here:

episode one

episode two

episode three

(trigger warnings for homophobia, guns, gore, death, suicide, blood, murder.. it’s a tv show about zombies you get the picture) 

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skinnyzef:

usne:

watevacunt:

heroinec:

how is sadness not poetic? art doesn’t come from happiness.

stop romanticising unhealthy things you fuckheads
sadness is painful not poetic

SO IMPORTANT TO REALISE

Saying “Art doesn’t come from happiness” is a one way ticket to pissing me the fuck off

(Source: filsnoir, via confusedsquirrelat)

officialkylieminoguedragqueen:

ill never have to go to the club again

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starfirephoenix:

I’m a huge fan of Karen Hallion and her Disney / TARDIS series. Love all of them! One of her recent designs is Anna from Frozen knocking on the door of the TARDIS.
So when Where’s the TARDIS? was part of Adelaide Oz Comic Con, I just had to take a picture with it in my Anna costume :)

starfirephoenix:

I’m a huge fan of Karen Hallion and her Disney / TARDIS series. Love all of them! One of her recent designs is Anna from Frozen knocking on the door of the TARDIS.

So when Where’s the TARDIS? was part of Adelaide Oz Comic Con, I just had to take a picture with it in my Anna costume :)

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twistedviper:

missmeaganlouise:

You know all those wonderful Conservative parents who proceed to abandon, kick out, or cut off their children for any reason (including, but not limited to a child’s sexuality)?
Well here we go:

“But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”
1 Timothy 5:8 (NKJV)

image

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jennisney:

alliefromthegalaxy:

pizza:

nuggerts:

Things you probably don’t know about Disney

my whole life is a lie after reading number 4..

Okay no, you do not have to pay to hug disney characters (unless you’re paying to go to a special character restaurant), and the name was definitely changed before Walt, there is no evidence it was done for commercial purposes and family history lists ancestors back to the 1800s with the “changed” last name. Then I got bored of fact checking.

What the fuck. You don’t have to pay $5 to hug the characters

tastefullyoffensive:

Some of Ellen’s favorite tweets of the week. [video]

(via jennisney)

idontlikeitpaintitred:

A   C O N T I N U A T I O N   O F   T H I S

NOTE: Because of many people’s similar reaction to my previous post, I feel the need to clarify that this series isn’t intended to have a Hans-apologist kind of vibe. My purpose here is not to excuse his behaviour in the film or to get people to pity him. I just wanted to add a little bit of ‘depth’ where it was suggested there were stories behind his actions. I’m basically trying to figure out a possible background and progression that could explain why and how he was shaped into a villain, if we accept some villains are made rather than born. But I get some people want this character to be evil for the sake of being evil, and that is completely fine! So please don’t get too upset over these, keep in mind this is just my take on a hypothetic past, loosely based on hints from the movie and what Frozen directors have revealed so far.

Inspiration from rennydraws for the 8th panel and donc-desole for the last one.

(via saria44)

sassyadamhorowitz:

He’s not wrong though.

sassyadamhorowitz:

He’s not wrong though.

(Source: schadenfreezers)

(Source: schadenfreezers)

askstudentslinksandlinkettes:

bjorg-man:

basically

I laughed for a good amount of time, his face says all the emotions though.

(Source: mamemishi, via disneyforeverlives)