myalienboyfriend replied to your post: give me cute names that are also creep…

esther, lorna, meredith?

I like Esther…I’m thinking something a little more cartoony though??? I just can’t think of any examples ahrgh

something like Morticia maybe but not that

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i’m thinking of a horse teaching grammar

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give me cute names that are also creepy

like something you’d give to a spunky ghoul girl

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#[peeping intensifies]

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One time my friend and I were stuck for a while at this guy’s apartment we barely knew and it was the dirtiest stankiest gamer den I’ve ever encountered, they had a white dog that looked black with filth, their child ran around on all fours in underwear like some kind of  wild wolfboy, bags of pot lying out and I was afraid to touch anything even to sit down.

And then

On the way out

We saw it

The dead toad

Someone had accidentally crushed its head in the front door, but it was otherwise still standing.

Like this:


And that was the tipping point. We were in hysterics the ride home laughing at how this poor, poor fucking toad corpse casually standing around with the smushed in face just punctuated the whole experience so elegantly, like the whole uncomfortable evening was building up to this pathetic thing sending us off.

I think about that toad like every other day.


"There are too many female and LGBT characters in dragon age, now i’m not going to buy it :("


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"Like it’s your birthday"

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So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…


This reality is a bit harder to swallow: There are more white people in the US and Canada because the US and Canada were established using the systematic genocide of Native peoples, the theft of Native lands, and the labour of enslaved peoples in the past and immigrant peoples currently who were and are never meant to stay or survive.

And now you’re uncomfortable. Good.

When you accept and acknowledge that census figures reflect a long history of marginalization, it is preposterous to use these same figures as the benchmark to which you measure the inclusion of marginalized people.


—There’s a great piece in the Toast about representation and diversity (‘Proportional Representation’ Has No Place In Diversity Discussions by Léonicka Valcius) today. (via whineandbeer)
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