1. captainsaku:

    Aight I’m gonna say it. I’M GONNA SAY IT.

    I HAVE NO IDEA WHO THIS BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY IS.

    We never got it on TV. INSTEAD, we got this awesome motherfucker who taught me about inertia:

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    And these were his assistants, Lester the Rat and Liza. Or at least I think that’s Liza here:

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    BEAKMAN’S WORLD WAS AWESOME OKAY.

    (via raquel-totaldramagagalover)

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  3. excellent-show-of-patience:

advluv4life:

ouat-confession-the-third:

I’m sorry, but to those of you who view “Baelfire” as being a separate character from “Neal Cassidy”, just stop. Neal is still Baelfire, but with a WHOLE LOT OF BAGGAGE that creates faults in him. JUST LIKE EMMA. If you spit on Neal, you spit on young Baelfire. Because he is the WHOLE package, you can’t just pick and choose what you like. It’s called character development. Kid has a shitty childhood… he’s gonna end up being rough around the edges. BUT BAELFIRE AND NEAL ARE ONE AND THE SAME!

I’m sorry but I can like or dislike any characters I want even if it’s a past vs present character.
I can love Baelfire and tolerate Neal, it’s completely possibly to like a character and then dislike them after their ‘character development’.

First off, neither Bae nor Neal is a real person with actual emotional baggage or experience - both versions of this character are created, constructed and designed in a certain way by the writers. The audience is more than entitled to review and form an opinion on the quality, competence and consistency of how the narrative handled his transition into adulthood and take issues with his subsequent behaviors while understandably sympathizing with his younger self’s struggles or relating to them. Said struggles provide a convincing and solid background and basis for his character’s progression (or regression, depending on how you interpret the fact that he eventually becomes a petty criminal in a First World country where he had no excuse to not maintain a stable job who coerces underage girls to go on dates with him while being a legal adult, impregnates them and frames them for his crimes & subjects them to years of mental agony because of what a stranger on street told him).
This background, however, does not in any way excuse a distinct and decidedly frustrating lack of substantial or meaningful evolution of his characterization. This might be a character development but a considerably and evidently sloppy, contrived and dissatisfying/badly paced one at that.
Now, young Baelfire and adult Neal are most definitely not two different entities. Just because people tend to favor the former over the latter (and are fully entitled to their preference) doesn’t mean they completely distinguish the two in their minds. The kind of person Bae grew up into might be highly unfortunate but rather predictable considering the fact that even as a teenager he internalized and absorbed a large chunk of his father’s toxic and misogynistic mentalities which he exhibited on numerous occasions.
His father was a controlling, malicious, abusive sadist who murdered his mother in cold blood because she dared to leave a miserable marriage and chose to love someone else. Rumple deprived Bae of the opportunity to ever reunite with his mother who consciously and earnestly intended to come back for her son when she mentally recovers from the toxicity of Rumple’s entitled behaviors by mercilessly killing her on the spot when she said she never loved him (a man who made her clinically depressed and mentally suffocated). And ultimately by failing his parental duties in significantly more horrendous and gruesome ways than Milah ever could, subjecting Bae to a youth of loneliness, misguidance, hunger and despair.
What is markedly indicative of what kind of mindset Bae was increasingly forming and what kind of person he was at risk of becoming in the future was him blatantly and disturbingly dehumanizing his own mother upon learning about what actually happened to her. About the fact that she was miserable with his father who eventually gave her a death penalty for daring to exercise her agency, about the fact that she chose to leave with someone who acknowledged her needs and emotions the way Rumple never did. For Bae it was an incomprehensibly difficult, foreign concept that a woman doesn’t exist solely for upholding conventional nuclear family norms nor belongs to him or his father. That she is entitled to pursue her liberty and emancipation/contentment just as much as Bae was in the right to get away from the toxic environment the same man his mother was escaping - Rumple - created. Only to be dismissed and betrayed by him just as Milah was when she pleaded with Rumple to start all over somewhere else.
Bae considered HIMSELF justified in leaving a burdening atmosphere & was rightly angry with his father for his self serving attitude yet couldn’t give his mother a benefit of her own agency accusing her romantic partner in stealing her even after finding out it was not the case per say. Proceeding to assert that the fact that a man OTHER than his father loving his mother in a way she deserved to be loved equates with murdering her (hence “you might have as well killed her yourself” or however this sickening quote was phrased). A woman being loved by someone who is not the father of her child makes her dead to the world according to Bae’s mentality, same mentality his father cultivated.
The reason why Rumple comes across as utterly disgusting and irredeemably repulsive when perpetuating this ideology and young Bae still appears to be sympathetic is because the audience knows that Bae is an angst stricken teenager who has a potential to grow PAST this dubious and inherently problematic logic. The issue, however, stems from the fact that he doesn’t.
His adult self not only incessantly uses and perpetuates this mentality to his advantage but considers himself irrevocably entitled to a woman whom he procreated a mutual child with no matter how grossly he might have wronged and psychologically traumatized her when they were in established relationship. Which is where his adult self stops being even remotely appealing - not because he is perceived as a different person but because it gets glaringly and painfully obvious that he didn’t pursue or excel at a iota of mental maturity since his teenage years. Young Bae was intriguing due to the potential growth/development he might have undergone eventually. Whereas adult Neal is off putting and lazily crafted of a character because he is a demonstration of the fact that he drastically failed at said development.

    excellent-show-of-patience:

    advluv4life:

    ouat-confession-the-third:

    I’m sorry, but to those of you who view “Baelfire” as being a separate character from “Neal Cassidy”, just stop. Neal is still Baelfire, but with a WHOLE LOT OF BAGGAGE that creates faults in him. JUST LIKE EMMA. If you spit on Neal, you spit on young Baelfire. Because he is the WHOLE package, you can’t just pick and choose what you like. It’s called character development. Kid has a shitty childhood… he’s gonna end up being rough around the edges. BUT BAELFIRE AND NEAL ARE ONE AND THE SAME!

    I’m sorry but I can like or dislike any characters I want even if it’s a past vs present character.

    I can love Baelfire and tolerate Neal, it’s completely possibly to like a character and then dislike them after their ‘character development’.

    First off, neither Bae nor Neal is a real person with actual emotional baggage or experience - both versions of this character are created, constructed and designed in a certain way by the writers. The audience is more than entitled to review and form an opinion on the quality, competence and consistency of how the narrative handled his transition into adulthood and take issues with his subsequent behaviors while understandably sympathizing with his younger self’s struggles or relating to them. Said struggles provide a convincing and solid background and basis for his character’s progression (or regression, depending on how you interpret the fact that he eventually becomes a petty criminal in a First World country where he had no excuse to not maintain a stable job who coerces underage girls to go on dates with him while being a legal adult, impregnates them and frames them for his crimes & subjects them to years of mental agony because of what a stranger on street told him).

    This background, however, does not in any way excuse a distinct and decidedly frustrating lack of substantial or meaningful evolution of his characterization. This might be a character development but a considerably and evidently sloppy, contrived and dissatisfying/badly paced one at that.

    Now, young Baelfire and adult Neal are most definitely not two different entities. Just because people tend to favor the former over the latter (and are fully entitled to their preference) doesn’t mean they completely distinguish the two in their minds. The kind of person Bae grew up into might be highly unfortunate but rather predictable considering the fact that even as a teenager he internalized and absorbed a large chunk of his father’s toxic and misogynistic mentalities which he exhibited on numerous occasions.

    His father was a controlling, malicious, abusive sadist who murdered his mother in cold blood because she dared to leave a miserable marriage and chose to love someone else. Rumple deprived Bae of the opportunity to ever reunite with his mother who consciously and earnestly intended to come back for her son when she mentally recovers from the toxicity of Rumple’s entitled behaviors by mercilessly killing her on the spot when she said she never loved him (a man who made her clinically depressed and mentally suffocated). And ultimately by failing his parental duties in significantly more horrendous and gruesome ways than Milah ever could, subjecting Bae to a youth of loneliness, misguidance, hunger and despair.

    What is markedly indicative of what kind of mindset Bae was increasingly forming and what kind of person he was at risk of becoming in the future was him blatantly and disturbingly dehumanizing his own mother upon learning about what actually happened to her. About the fact that she was miserable with his father who eventually gave her a death penalty for daring to exercise her agency, about the fact that she chose to leave with someone who acknowledged her needs and emotions the way Rumple never did. For Bae it was an incomprehensibly difficult, foreign concept that a woman doesn’t exist solely for upholding conventional nuclear family norms nor belongs to him or his father. That she is entitled to pursue her liberty and emancipation/contentment just as much as Bae was in the right to get away from the toxic environment the same man his mother was escaping - Rumple - created. Only to be dismissed and betrayed by him just as Milah was when she pleaded with Rumple to start all over somewhere else.

    Bae considered HIMSELF justified in leaving a burdening atmosphere & was rightly angry with his father for his self serving attitude yet couldn’t give his mother a benefit of her own agency accusing her romantic partner in stealing her even after finding out it was not the case per say. Proceeding to assert that the fact that a man OTHER than his father loving his mother in a way she deserved to be loved equates with murdering her (hence “you might have as well killed her yourself” or however this sickening quote was phrased). A woman being loved by someone who is not the father of her child makes her dead to the world according to Bae’s mentality, same mentality his father cultivated.

    The reason why Rumple comes across as utterly disgusting and irredeemably repulsive when perpetuating this ideology and young Bae still appears to be sympathetic is because the audience knows that Bae is an angst stricken teenager who has a potential to grow PAST this dubious and inherently problematic logic. The issue, however, stems from the fact that he doesn’t.

    His adult self not only incessantly uses and perpetuates this mentality to his advantage but considers himself irrevocably entitled to a woman whom he procreated a mutual child with no matter how grossly he might have wronged and psychologically traumatized her when they were in established relationship. Which is where his adult self stops being even remotely appealing - not because he is perceived as a different person but because it gets glaringly and painfully obvious that he didn’t pursue or excel at a iota of mental maturity since his teenage years. Young Bae was intriguing due to the potential growth/development he might have undergone eventually. Whereas adult Neal is off putting and lazily crafted of a character because he is a demonstration of the fact that he drastically failed at said development.

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  5. Anonymous said: Do you have a boyfriend or a girlfriend?

    dilfgod:

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  7. tssfxx:

    foulmilk:

    but it’s like
    100% girls r hot
    an 23% boys r hot

    OK BUT CAN WE TAKE A MOMENT TO REALIZE HOW FUCKING TRUE THIS IS

    That’s because girls have makeup and extensions and fake eyelashes, nails, etc. most of us, I must admit is fake, almost like false advertisement

    (via thatgirlkatia)

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  8. itseasytoremember:

insert-awesome-title-here:

finalellipsis:

good morning, here’s your newspaper.
…and a little dance.

He’s so proud of himself.

“We just got a letter, we just got a letter, we just got a letter, i wonder who it’s from!”

    itseasytoremember:

    insert-awesome-title-here:

    finalellipsis:

    good morning, here’s your newspaper.

    …and a little dance.

    He’s so proud of himself.

    “We just got a letter, we just got a letter, we just got a letter, i wonder who it’s from!”

    (via thatgirlkatia)

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  9. One day I just woke up and realized that I can’t touch yesterday. So why the heck was I letting it touch me?
    – (via cataclysme)

    (via thatgirlkatia)

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  10. (via thatgirlkatia)

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  11. russypiot:

when someone points out one of your flaws

    russypiot:

    when someone points out one of your flaws

    (via raquel-totaldramagagalover)

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  15. raquel-totaldramagagalover:

    pelvic-thrusting-dolphins:

    what if we hear noises in our house because that’s just people from a dimension parallel to ours walking around the house?

    Go to sleep

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