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wheelchair-warrior:

juliawiinchester:

animejaehyo:

fogcityemu:

loki-in-the-dark:

carryonmy-assbutt:

caitlincst:

cuz-moriarty-shot-himself:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

tampabaybby:
there is never a wrong time to reblog this

WHAT ARE THEY EVEN TRYING TO ACHIVE

I don’t know but I like it

That type of green usually doesn’t appear on camera so they probably wanted  people to see flying waffles and get freaked out by them

er. actually no.
Those are the green guys. 
They’re from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
They are literally celebrities here. They totally mean to be seen, and they’re very very popular here. They started out a few years ago, and now one even has a book published.  The lighter one is Force, and the darker one is Sully. They sit at the opposing team’s penalty box and like to make fun of players, and have even appeared in Pepsi commericals and billboards. 


How is Canada even real?

FOR REAL THOUGH
i live in edmonton and i remember members in my family being excited when they showed up bc theyre so?? cool?

Every hockey fan must respect the green men… Even tho I hate Vancouver

I’m glad to see the full explanation on this post this time because usually it just ends with the stupid comment of “that kind of green doesn’t appear on camera~~~” and i get really mad bc literally how could you ever think that. that makes no sense. it’s easier to key-out green (or blue) for special effects and stuff (like a green screen on a weather report). but that doesn’t mean the green just doesn’t show up on camera wtf
kudios to the tumblr users explaining the green guys though!!

wheelchair-warrior:

juliawiinchester:

animejaehyo:

fogcityemu:

loki-in-the-dark:

carryonmy-assbutt:

caitlincst:

cuz-moriarty-shot-himself:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

tampabaybby:

there is never a wrong time to reblog this

WHAT ARE THEY EVEN TRYING TO ACHIVE

I don’t know but I like it

That type of green usually doesn’t appear on camera so they probably wanted  people to see flying waffles and get freaked out by them

er. actually no.

Those are the green guys. 

They’re from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

They are literally celebrities here. They totally mean to be seen, and they’re very very popular here. They started out a few years ago, and now one even has a book published.  The lighter one is Force, and the darker one is Sully. They sit at the opposing team’s penalty box and like to make fun of players, and have even appeared in Pepsi commericals and billboards. 

image

How is Canada even real?

FOR REAL THOUGH

i live in edmonton and i remember members in my family being excited when they showed up bc theyre so?? cool?

Every hockey fan must respect the green men… Even tho I hate Vancouver

I’m glad to see the full explanation on this post this time because usually it just ends with the stupid comment of “that kind of green doesn’t appear on camera~~~” and i get really mad bc literally how could you ever think that. that makes no sense. 
it’s easier to key-out green (or blue) for special effects and stuff (like a green screen on a weather report). but that doesn’t mean the green just doesn’t show up on camera wtf

kudios to the tumblr users explaining the green guys though!!

(Source: filipasian, via hopefullundertone)

huh 

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vassilias:

MYTHOLOGY MEME  |  [4/9] GREEK GODS & GODDESSES » STYX 

Styx was the name of the underground river that separated Earth from the Underworld, but was also the name of the goddess who personified it. Meaning “spite”, the goddess was the personification of hate itself. The daughter of titans Oceanus and Tethys, she was one of the four underworld rivers. For providing aid to Zeus during the coup of the Titanomachy, she was given the mantle as the goddess of oaths. Those who could bear the pain that came under the river would become reborn and invulnerable as was the case of famous heroes such as Achilles. To go against an oath sworn upon the river Styx meant suffering the cruel consequences of the punishment and pain that flowed through the river itself. 

(via courtneyjessica)

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(Source: maudit, via themarysue)

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yungmeduseld:

grrspit:

whitetears365:

This is a great comeback for all of that “I don’t see race.” BS

AND YOU BENEFIT FROM IT EVERY DAY

yungmeduseld:

grrspit:

whitetears365:

This is a great comeback for all of that “I don’t see race.” BS

AND YOU BENEFIT FROM IT EVERY DAY

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“This dominant narrative surrounding the inevitability of female objectification and victimhood is so powerful that it not only defines our concepts of reality but it even sets the parameters for how we think about entirely fictional worlds, even those taking place in the realms of fantasy and science fiction. It’s so normalized that when these elements are critiqued, the knee-jerk response I hear most often is that if these stories did not include the exploitation of women, then the game worlds would feel too “unrealistic” or “not historically accurate”. What does it say about our culture when games routinely bend or break the laws of physics and no one bats an eye? When dragons, ogres and magic are inserted into historically influenced settings without objection. We are perfectly willing to suspend our disbelief when it comes to multiple lives, superpowers, health regeneration and the ability to carry dozens of weapons and items in a massive invisible backpack. But somehow the idea of a world without sexual violence and exploitation is deemed too strange and too bizarre to be believable.”

Tropes vs Women in Video Games, Women as Background Decoration: Part 2 (via femfreq)

And even more telling.  When people (guys) complain about ‘realism’ in games or movies, they are not really talking about literal realism.  That’s not what they mean.  The word they are reaching for is verisimilitude - in other words: that which breaks the illusion.

When we say of a piece of fiction that contains dragons, flying suits of armor, or aliens that it is ‘realistic’, what we really mean is that it feels real - that the characters reactions, the world built around the fantastical elements and how the non-fantastical elements interact with them seems “true” to us.  We look at it and nod and say to ourselves inside “Yes, that is how someone would react to seeing a giant monster” or “Yes, that seems like how society would react to an alien invasion” - the world around the made-up stuff is carefully designed and seems thought-out enough that we buy it emotionally, even if we know that logically it is nonsense.

So when someone complains that a medieval fantasy world does not feel “realistic” without the ugly oppression, dehumanization, and violation of women as a standard background element, what they are saying is that those details feel right to them.  That the world, without that misogyny, is not emotionally satisfying.  They are saying they need that there for the world to make sense.

(via adventurotica)

THIS. This so hard.

(via tygermama)

(via swingsetindecember)

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mcish:

isaicv:

ivyarchive:

Arsenal stars change the game #RainbowLaces (x)

fantastic campaign

this actually makes me feel pretty good seeing as when I was a kid I quit football because I got bullied by a kid who I told I liked boys to, and also all the people who’ve given me shit for being gay at school play football so hopefully this improves things even just a little bit.

(via swingsetindecember)

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daeneryus:

the fact that incest is such a shameful and forbidden thing and jaime and cersei tried to keep it a secret and then meanwhile across the narrow sea viserys and daenerys have a conversation like “if you were older you could have married our brother!” “and if YOU were a WOMAN then YOU could have married our brother!” because the targs don’t give a flying fuck

(via donewithwoodenteeth)

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