the Radish

one in a bunch of a million

thelesbianguide:

attackontorchwood:

pilgrimkitty:

dontmakemechokeaginge:

look at this its the lesbian version of bonnie and clyde 

You had me at “lesbian version of Bonnie & Clyde.”

HOLY FUCK THAT WAS JUST. WOW

YES YES YAAAASSSS!!!1!1!
This is my favourite track off of Avicii’s album. One that I listened to on repeat when it came out and now this is the music video for it. I am so uncontrollably ecstatic!1!1!!!1!!!!!!
~ Va-J-J

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uno-flatu:

If only every concept was explained with a Disney reference, I’d be doing even better in law school.

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houseofalexzander:

Sending a big “FU” to the corporate side of the fashion industry.

As an increasingly successful fashion blogger, I have been targeted by several brands, large & small, one of which is quite a large corporation.
Why?
Because I am undermining a very important part of their money making system.

Today, the fashion industry is split in half.
You have Women’s fashion & Men’s fashion.
You will find designers here and there who produce androgynous designs but for the most part, the industry (brands & corporate companies) want designers who either design Men’s wear or Women’s wear, and follow a very gendered structure. Everything from the tailoring to the materials has to be specific to the binary boy/girl gender system.
This is why you can’t find feminine style’s of clothing tailored for the average males body type in any department store, thus creating a “mens” & “women’s” division.

Every time I modify the clothing I buy in department stores to fit my body type and then model it for people to see, not only am I inspiring people to step out of the box with their fashion choices, but I am merging two markets into one.
Why is this bad for corporations?
MONEY
More markets equal more advertising and marketing opportunities which ultimately leads to more sales and more profit.

When I successfully inspire people to be less mindful about if they look like a girl or a boy, ultimately I am inspiring them to go against the gendered market system that brands and clothing companies make so much money off of.

I have received several hateful emails, discouraging my efforts as a fashion blogger. I was even asked by a large corporate clothing company to STOP buying their clothing and modifying it to fit my body type. They stated that by doing so, and sharing it with my audience that I was creating the illusion that gender did not exist, and that I am leading a bad example for society. …

A GENDERED SOCIETY CREATES A HUGE PROBLEM.
IT DIVIDES PEOPLE.

IT SEPERATES.
IT CONTROLS.
IT DISOLVES ANY & ALL ORIGINALITY.

FUCK YOU, to any clothing brand, company & corporation who’s got a problem with who I am, what I believe in & how I express myself.

-Elliott Alexzander

(via madamdoesnothing)

hawxkeye:

now light a match, stand back, watch them explode. (x)

(via goshawke)

you have to be odd to be number one

Dr. Seuss

This changed me

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King me!

King me!

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last-snowfall:

akamine-chan:

bitterarab:

Damn.

Which is why I am always glad to listen to people talk about things they are passionate about. <333

Actually, no, nobody ever told me that.

They just stopped getting into conversations with me. And over time I discovered that I’d been declared “overbearing” and “domineering” and “selfish”, because I talked too much about things I cared about that nobody else did.

By fellow geeks, mind.