What's the funniest thing to ever happen to you?
So many shows, so little time. Answer:
Alright ur gonna love this story. One time I was bored so I drew three lines randomly on a paper and I showed it to my friend he said “what’s that?” And I said I said “u don’t get it” so he just stared at it for like 2 mins and then started laughing. The picture was just three random lines no joke he just looked at it and made himself laugh.
Despite all it’s flaws OUAT is really good at casting look alikes and family members.
I mean look at young Snow
And young Emma cries like JMo
Look at this family
And don’t forget that Emma looks just like her parents.
And the fact that Henry looks like Emma…
We’ve all seen this
And also this!
To the person who put this together, YOU ARE AMAZING!!!
So my cousin was in a gay pride parade and everything in her outfit and makeup was rainbow but she was wearing red contacts and while marching, a protester behind her yelled “You’re going straight to hell” and she turns around to face him with her fuCKING blood red eyes and she says “well duh, I got a kingdom to run” and the protester nearly fucking passed out that is her legacy I want to be like her
What if you wake up one morning and you’re in bed with the love of your life and they have their arm around you and they’re snoring like a fucking ass hole, but you can’t help but to smile and you hear a baby crying and it finally hits you, you’ve made it.
you beat the demons inside you, the voices, the darkness.
I look forward to that, to knowing I made it.
this deserve so many notes
A couple of years ago, when I was newly pregnant and reporting in the West Bank, some of my local colleagues insisted that I skip covering a protest at an Israeli checkpoint. At first, I was resistant to letting pregnancy stand in the way of my work, but they knew from experience that there might be tear gas, and tear gas, they said, causes miscarriages.
They were right: though rigorous studies are few, there is evidence that tear gas is an abortifacient. In 2011, Chile temporarily suspended its use after a University of Chile studylinked it to miscarriage and fetal harm. Investigating the use of tear gas in Bahrain in 2012, Physicians for Human Rights found that local doctors were reporting increased numbers of miscarriages in exposed areas. And UN officials have connected tear gas to miscarriages in the Palestinian territories.
This means it’s likely that police in Ferguson, Missouri, have been spraying abortion-causing chemicals on crowds of civilians. Recently at TheNation.com, Dani McClain wrote about the killing of black youth as a reproductive justice issue, one that goes to the heart of the rights of parents to raise their children in peace, safety and dignity. She’s correct, of course, but if the anti-abortion movement were actually concerned about the well-being of the unborn, then the violence in Ferguson would be a pro-life issue as well.
This bothers me as a pro-choice individual as well. These civilians didn’t choose to spray these chemicals on themselves. Forcing someone to lose a wanted pregnancy via chemicals known to cause fetal harm is all kinds of wrong.