It’s really really warm.
This is so freaking cute I think I just died.
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Whoa. The MLA has officially devised a standard format to cite tweets in an academic paper. Sign of the times.
can’t wait to cite @assblaster69 in my final exams
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Everyone around tumblr are saying that this picture is making them uncomfortable and I think it’s great - a new kind of female body that actually FITS her character. Mikasa is very fit, she’s flexible and strong - to get to this state I suppose she works her muscles much. So she has to have muscles just alright and that they made her like that on the poster it’s awesome.
And even Christa, who was supposed to be girly beautiful and princess-like girl of the show has well-developed leg muscles. Considering she’s a soldier, too, it also fits.
It’s not uncomfortable - it’s beautiful and IT FUCKING FITS.
As a muscle girl-in-training let me say how much I fucking appreciate Isayama drawing the women as dense and muscled as they should be for their line of work. Real women bulk up, too and it’s fucking wonderful to see this detail in every one of them. You can see actual strength in them and it’s a rare sight for the very reason op said; people freaking out about omg how unfeminine. They’re soldiers, not delicate little flowers. Their job was already “unfeminine” to most of society, so going all the way in making these bums uncomfortable is just icing on the cake.
Take your body shaming sexist attitudes out of my face and shove it up your ass. Women are just as tough of motherfuckers as the dudes on the front lines are and AoT is equal opportunity in its asskicking. Don’t like it? Then go home. And don’t even try the BUT UPPER BODY STRENGTH argument against me because I’ll just have you look at this pic again and every scene in the manga where a girl is kicking ass with their realistic, awesome muscles. Seeing this in a SHONEN MANGA OF ALL THINGS is revolutionary and refreshing as fuck.
get swole, mofos
Another reason to love this show.
Abs are hot.
Just one more reason to love this show! <3Source: pencil-yuri
Posted a new video just now. No big deal it’s just about DINOSAURS.
I felt the same way when I found out that the Brontosaurus, my favorite dinosaur, also never existed. I think I was thirteen or fourteen years old when I found out. I was deceived all thanks to two jerk paleontologists, Yale’s O.C. Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope of Philadelphia who were the cause of something called the Bone Wars.Source: italktosnakes
The Long Abandoned City Hall Subway Station in New York
The City Hall station was meant to be the crown jewel in the city’s new subway system. It was opened in 1904 as the southern terminal of the Manhattan Main Line (which is now part of the IRT Lexington Avenue Line). Located beneath the public area in front of City Hall, the station has always been considered the most beautiful in the city.
Using an unusually luxurious style of architecture along with colored glass tile work, beautiful skylights and dignified brass chandeliers, the station was undoubtedly unique. Although it was the focus of the subway system groundbreaking ceremony in 1904, City Hall station eventually fell into disuse.
By 1945, only around 600 people per day were being served by the elegantly appointed station. As the trains grew longer and added doors in the middle of the cars, the City Hall platforms were no longer suitable. There were now unsafe gaps between the train cars and the platform; in other stations, the platforms were rebuilt or extended, but this wasn’t an option in the tightly-curved City Hall station.
Rather than undertaking a very costly renovation of the station which was hardly used by the public, the city decided to close it down. The station’s last day of service was December 31, 1945.
Recently, the MTA changed the rules to allow passengers to ride through the gorgeous City Hall station. Although the station is still closed to passengers, you can get a glimpse of the former glory of this interesting piece of New York history by sitting back and relaxing while the number 6 makes it loop.
This makes my muse happy.
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but no one ever talks about the fact that white travelers very rarely go to pre-European contact societies
or that shows and movies depicting time travel never show the diversity or African influences in Rome and Greece.
Why couldn’t we travel back to the Americas prior to…
While I agree, diversity is key and less ‘modern’ trips would be nice, please see the following: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0562894/Source: frank-e-fighting-words