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elizabee:

sadbrazilians:

"Remember this, remember this feeling."

Aw. It’s nice to see Germany console Brazil. That was a hell of a game.

I agree. Glad people know how to leave it all on the field. This is a nice photo.

elizabee:

sadbrazilians:

"Remember this, remember this feeling."

Aw. It’s nice to see Germany console Brazil. That was a hell of a game.

I agree. Glad people know how to leave it all on the field. This is a nice photo.

notecec:

sadbrazilfans:


"Brazil fans are already burning the flag in São Paulo. #BRA “

Woah

How exactly is this helping anything? Are these people shunning their country because their team lost a football game? That escalated quickly.

notecec:

sadbrazilfans:

"Brazil fans are already burning the flag in São Paulo.

Woah

How exactly is this helping anything? Are these people shunning their country because their team lost a football game? That escalated quickly.

sadbrazilians:

I’m sorry grandpa.
Sorry you’re so sad.

I saw this guy during the match and his face breaks my heart! Him standing there, hugging his WC trophy replica like a teddy bear, as if for comfort, looking like he’s about to cry. :( This man needs a hug.

sadbrazilians:

I’m sorry grandpa.

Sorry you’re so sad.

I saw this guy during the match and his face breaks my heart! Him standing there, hugging his WC trophy replica like a teddy bear, as if for comfort, looking like he’s about to cry. :( This man needs a hug.

“In a capitalist society, it should not be surprising that we tend to measure health in terms of productivity. Self-care and workaholism are two sides of the same coin: preserve yourself so you can produce more. This would explain why self-care rhetoric is so prevalent in the non-profit sector, where the pressure to compete for funding often compels organizers to mimic corporate behavior, even if they use different terminology.”
For All We Care: Reconsidering Self-Care (via antineutral)

(Source: duermoconculebras, via liannalives)

Parents get Harry Potter trivia very, very wrong (x)

So, is this proof that parents’ should listen to their kids more? lol.

(Source: simplypotterheads, via acciobenedictcumberbatch)

worldofmythology:

"The Triple Horn of Odin is a stylized emblem of the Norse God Odin/Woden. This symbol consists of three interlocked drinking horns…”

Quote from: http://symboldictionary.net/?p=714

Depiction on the right from: http://tattoos-and-doodles.blogspot.com/

Reblogging for later reference for a project.

betterbemeta:

tonistark24:

My AP Psych teacher from high school keeps binders and notebooks with dicks drawn on them to use as visual aids for the Freudian unit.
One time she did this life changing little “experiment” where she ever so calmly asked guys why they draw penises on things. They tried to say “it’s just funny” or “you don’t understand” and she just kept saying “you’re right, I don’t understand. Explain to me. You already know what a penis looks like, why do you have to draw it on things? Are you marking it? Are you tagging it? Girls don’t draw vaginas on things.” And the guys suddenly started questioning their motives for everything they do and one guy was like “ms, stop talking about penises, you’re making us uncomfortable.” And she shouted “HOW DO YOU THINK WE FEEL SEEING DICKS DRAWN ON STUFF ALL THE TIME?”

Even if freud is a load of garbage this is actually a pretty interesting question. Girls don’t draw vaginas on everything, so why do dudes draw dicks everywhere? Is it pornographic? I assume that most of them are cis and heterosexual, because that’s the most common gender/orientation combination, so the dicks can’t be about want. If that was the case, they’d draw boobs or butt or a vagina. So then is it symbolic?
Is it advertising that they have a dick? Dick pride? Are they drawing their own dick? A generic dick? Rather than being a drawing of a dick, is it a drawing about dicks in general? What is it that they wish to express about the dick that they are representing? Its power? Its omnipresence? Is this decision or motive conscious or less fully conscious?
How did this happen? What is it about our society, and about adolescent male development, that causes boys to draw dicks? Is it a part of our construct of masculinity, and this is an expression?
How did it cum to this?

Firstly, your AP Psych teacher sounds awesome. Secondly, I was just wondering this and found this post via a google search. I’m almost tempted to start graffiti-ing vaginas on things as some sort of artistic/political statement, lol. But really. Penises ARE easier to draw and more easily recognizable/not likely to be mistaken as something else (although I did encounter a penis drawing so bad on a table in middle school that I mistook it for an alligator head in profile), but I also feel like drawing them on things could be interpreted as a form of ‘territory marking’ or a show of phallic power. That’s the interpretation that makes me wanna retaliate by drawing vaginas on things.

betterbemeta:

tonistark24:

My AP Psych teacher from high school keeps binders and notebooks with dicks drawn on them to use as visual aids for the Freudian unit.

One time she did this life changing little “experiment” where she ever so calmly asked guys why they draw penises on things. They tried to say “it’s just funny” or “you don’t understand” and she just kept saying “you’re right, I don’t understand. Explain to me. You already know what a penis looks like, why do you have to draw it on things? Are you marking it? Are you tagging it? Girls don’t draw vaginas on things.” And the guys suddenly started questioning their motives for everything they do and one guy was like “ms, stop talking about penises, you’re making us uncomfortable.” And she shouted “HOW DO YOU THINK WE FEEL SEEING DICKS DRAWN ON STUFF ALL THE TIME?”

Even if freud is a load of garbage this is actually a pretty interesting question. Girls don’t draw vaginas on everything, so why do dudes draw dicks everywhere? Is it pornographic? I assume that most of them are cis and heterosexual, because that’s the most common gender/orientation combination, so the dicks can’t be about want. If that was the case, they’d draw boobs or butt or a vagina. So then is it symbolic?

Is it advertising that they have a dick? Dick pride? Are they drawing their own dick? A generic dick? Rather than being a drawing of a dick, is it a drawing about dicks in general? What is it that they wish to express about the dick that they are representing? Its power? Its omnipresence? Is this decision or motive conscious or less fully conscious?

How did this happen? What is it about our society, and about adolescent male development, that causes boys to draw dicks? Is it a part of our construct of masculinity, and this is an expression?

How did it cum to this?

Firstly, your AP Psych teacher sounds awesome. Secondly, I was just wondering this and found this post via a google search. I’m almost tempted to start graffiti-ing vaginas on things as some sort of artistic/political statement, lol. But really. Penises ARE easier to draw and more easily recognizable/not likely to be mistaken as something else (although I did encounter a penis drawing so bad on a table in middle school that I mistook it for an alligator head in profile), but I also feel like drawing them on things could be interpreted as a form of ‘territory marking’ or a show of phallic power. That’s the interpretation that makes me wanna retaliate by drawing vaginas on things.

OMG, Doctor Who reference AND the Avengers? Why do I not watch this show more often?

(Source: bokayjunkie)