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Tom Hiddleston holding Chris Hemsworth’s baby.
Tom with a baby
TOM wiTh a bA by

HERE TUMBLR HAVE THIS

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Sometimes you meet someone and even though you never liked brown eyes before, their eyes are your new favorite color.

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cartoonheroes:

Sorry for the long post! Little storyboard I wanted to do, involving modern diner mermaids.

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"The thing is, Steve and Bucky’s friendship wasn’t just a "they grew up so they’re as close as brothers," thing, it’s way more dynamic than that. Their relationship may be symbiotic, but it was never particularly balanced. Growing up, Steve was sickly and physically weak but had precisely the same personality as he does now: unendingly hopeful and moral, with no conception of backing down from a fight. Hence why he’s constantly getting beaten up, with Bucky having to wade in and finish those fights for him. Bucky is incredibly protective of him, which must have caused a fair amount of confusion when Steve turned into a near-indestructable supersoldier.

It’s a classic partnership between idealism (Steve) and pragmatic cynicism (Bucky), with Bucky playing the role of Steve’s protector and #1 fan. It takes the supersoldier serum for everyone else to realise what Bucky knew all along: that Steve is an inspirational figure, destined for great things. There’s this beautiful transitional moment in the first Cap movie when Steve has just rescued Bucky and the other soldiers from the Red Skull’s lab, and Bucky calls out for everyone to cheer for Captain America. This is basically the first time Steve has ever received outside recognition for being the person he is, and you can tell that while Bucky’s happy for him, he’s also a tiny bit resentful because he knows that Steve is no longer “his”. The tables have turned, and now Bucky is walking in Steve’s shadow, rather than the other way round.”

CATWS: The Tragedy of Bucky Barnes

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A writer is a world trapped in a person.

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A writer is countless universes trapped in a person

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vintageindianclothing:

Suffragettes (or more correctly suffragists) in sarees. Very high necked blouses and the brooch that seems to have been common in this period-wonder if the brooches are in suffragette colours.  
One of the women is possibly Sophia Duleep Singh.  

vintageindianclothing:

Suffragettes (or more correctly suffragists) in sarees. Very high necked blouses and the brooch that seems to have been common in this period-wonder if the brooches are in suffragette colours.  

One of the women is possibly Sophia Duleep Singh.  

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Anonymous asked: Why do you detest Freud?

happilyevernow:

daigonite:

exfatalist:

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racismschool:

tedbunny:

Because I’ve studied Psychology. 

Freud’s theories are unscientific, they’re untestable, they’re prone to circular reasoning, and are just… well, nonsense. He got the idea for his theory of the unconscious because he didn’t believe a patient when she told him her father had molested her, his reasoning was ‘a man would never do that, that must be repressed sexual fantasies.’ The vast majority of his so called clinical assessments are useless, because again - they’re based on nonsense. Thanks to him the general public to have this very misinformed view of psychology and as a result he’s set the science back because people assume that all of it is as wishy-washy and unfounded as the theories of a cocaine addict with a mother fixation.

Agree 100% and I think his theories, such as they are, actually continue to set back physiological progress to this day.

I may have once rolled my eyes when a professor mentioned we were going to study Freud and then giggled because I thought she was joking when she said she was a firm believer in Freudian analysis.

She didn’t really like me….

I took a psychology class at a community college in rural NC taught by a badass feminist army veteran. We got to the chapter on Freud and she literally said: “We’re not going to study this because it’s bullshit.” We spent exactly one class discussing why it was bullshit, then moved on to study the scientific method, Milgram and Harlow, and the development of ethical standards in the field of psychology. That is what Freud is to people who actually understand his contribution to the field: a gateway into discussing the way ideas become scientific theories and the ethics surrounding the development of said theories.

Because it’s not science if you literally say, “I don’t trust this woman because lol hysterical vagina syndrome, here’s the only misogynistic explanation for what’s going on, she is totes envious of the penis, haha, fact.”

I’m so glad I’m not the only person who recognizes this

Oh, god, yes. I took a lot of psychology classes when it was my major and literally every teacher in every class made us learn/relearn about Freud and at the end of it, they’d say “but most of his theories have been debunked and no one really puts any stock into what he had to say”. THEN WHY DID I HAVE TO SIT THROUGH YOU TALKING ABOUT HIM AND WHY IS EVERY PSYCH PROFESSOR AT THIS COLLEGE GOING TO MAKE ME SIT THROUGH IT AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN??

Feel good about yourself. Feel good about who you are.

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churlishrevelry:

Our school has this “Stone Tablet Policy” which basically says that there is no excuse for not turning in your assignments and that you must turn them in even if you have to carve it into a stone tablet.

So this kid carved his 8 page essay about California drug laws into $70 worth of limestone.

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tsarbucks:

when the person u hate does something that makes everyone else hate them:

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