Me, always

Me, always

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I will always reblog this

I will always reblog this

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smartgirlsattheparty:

A woman’s place is in the revolution.

smartgirlsattheparty:

A woman’s place is in the revolution.

Also this one

Also this one

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You guys, this hot pink croc bag is killing me rn. Do want!

You guys, this hot pink croc bag is killing me rn. Do want!

This one-eyed floor waxer has been ogling me for weeks.

This one-eyed floor waxer has been ogling me for weeks.

edukaition:

my classroom management

edukaition:

my classroom management

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therewillbebourbon:

Elderflower liqueur is one of our favorite cocktail ingredients. We always take advantage of the opportunity to mix it with bourbon when we can, and this recipe from Saveur presented just that occasion.

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Bourbon Bramble
1 oz. Bourbon
1 oz. Elderflower liqueur
½ oz. Crème de cassis

This is the drink for me. Can’t wait to try it!

siopold:

miracleyangwenli:

siopold:

the funny thing about dril posts is that they actually do have a structure to them– they hit a kind of conceptual caesura halfway through, a point where there’s no inevitable logical connection between what’s been said and what’s still to come. here, the first sentence didn’t need to result in the second, yet it’s not “lol random” either; the speaker is angry about his boss’ draconian ferret-kissing policy, and reacts in kind, and even the reference to a “screen saver” reminds us that we’re in an office. it’s a narrative progression that, despite having an internal logic, alienates its punchline from its setup. who the hell is this person?

one thing i love about @dril posts is how they all seem to take place in a universe that is somewhat like our own, but with the habitus of white middle america taken to a bizarre, absurd, but strangely logical conclusion. take this one, for instance: 

so we have our setting: a security guard protecting the american flag in the betsy ross museum, something almost archetypically american and middle class. but once again the first part, or setup, for the punchline, “fucking the flag,” careens the joke into an alien punchline that still, given the setting, makes sense. @dril’s security guard character imitates a sort-of cop-talk, the banter of a security guard, “buddy, they wont even let me fuck it”. you can imagine a similar response from a guard at any museum, but we’re talking about Fucking the American Flag, here. i really love @dril. 

it’s astonishing that a human being thinks of those posts. some person, someone out there whose existence we have to infer, because all we know is that those posts occur and they must be coming from somewhere. “the @dril​ tweeter” resonates as “the beowulf poet” does, except beowulf (which i’ve only read in translation, so i’m not an authority) has never made any use of the english language as baffling and sublime and somehow primally interlaced with the stuff of human consciousness as “IF THE ZOO BANS ME FOR HOLLERING AT THE ANIMALS I WILL FACE GOD AND WALK BACKWARDS INTO HELL.”

siopold:

miracleyangwenli:

siopold:

the funny thing about dril posts is that they actually do have a structure to them– they hit a kind of conceptual caesura halfway through, a point where there’s no inevitable logical connection between what’s been said and what’s still to come. here, the first sentence didn’t need to result in the second, yet it’s not “lol random” either; the speaker is angry about his boss’ draconian ferret-kissing policy, and reacts in kind, and even the reference to a “screen saver” reminds us that we’re in an office. it’s a narrative progression that, despite having an internal logic, alienates its punchline from its setup. who the hell is this person?

one thing i love about @dril posts is how they all seem to take place in a universe that is somewhat like our own, but with the habitus of white middle america taken to a bizarre, absurd, but strangely logical conclusion. take this one, for instance: 

so we have our setting: a security guard protecting the american flag in the betsy ross museum, something almost archetypically american and middle class. but once again the first part, or setup, for the punchline, “fucking the flag,” careens the joke into an alien punchline that still, given the setting, makes sense. @dril’s security guard character imitates a sort-of cop-talk, the banter of a security guard, “buddy, they wont even let me fuck it”. you can imagine a similar response from a guard at any museum, but we’re talking about Fucking the American Flag, here. 

i really love @dril. 

it’s astonishing that a human being thinks of those posts. some person, someone out there whose existence we have to infer, because all we know is that those posts occur and they must be coming from somewhere. “the @dril​ tweeter” resonates as “the beowulf poet” does, except beowulf (which i’ve only read in translation, so i’m not an authority) has never made any use of the english language as baffling and sublime and somehow primally interlaced with the stuff of human consciousness as “IF THE ZOO BANS ME FOR HOLLERING AT THE ANIMALS I WILL FACE GOD AND WALK BACKWARDS INTO HELL.”

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That last one tho

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vinebox:

white girls be like

I’m crying

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smartgirlsattheparty:

policymic:

Of the 3,200 kids’ books published in 2013, only 253 were about people of color 

Enter the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign. 

Launched on May 1, the campaign’s plan is a two-day hashtag and photo barrage in order to wake up the publishing world, or as they put it, to turn their voices into a “roar that can’t be ignored.” They’re campaigning, yes, for diversity in children’s books but also acknowledgement of the diverse authors who are already writing those books. Book fairs and panels often highlight exclusively white writers which feeds into the larger problem. In fact, the event that inadvertently caused this uproar was the readers’ convention BookCon which featured an all-star line up of 30 children’s writers. All 30 of them were white. 

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Smart Girls, What would you add to this list of why #WeNeedDiverseBooks?

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dannysheart:

Louie - S04E01 - Back

Love him

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You’re the sexiest woman in the world. Is there a lot of pressure that comes with that?

can they be co-queens??

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