being 17 is weird because you can get hit on by 14-year-olds and 20-year-olds and it’s THE SAME AGE DIFFERENCE
It’s also weird because you can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life. You are the dancing queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
does anyone have that pic of the guy giving another guy head in a vacant lot while the kid does a sick wheelie but also there are some dogs having a threeway and orbs
SIGNAL BOOST BECAUSE I DONT REALLY BELIEVE THIS IS A REAL IMAGE BUT I WANT TO GIVE ERZY THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT
How exactly does this fight homophobia really
shh the pretty boys are naked for justice
It fights homophobia because they make a calender, sell them, and then give the money to an organization aimed at stopping bullying and homophobia.
WHAT’S GOING ON? HOW CAN THEY BOTH BE THERE?
DID EZRA KILL ALI?
WAS HE HER SECRET CAPE MAY BABY-DADDY?
OH MY GOD, IT ALL MAKES SO MUCH SENSE NOW.
Oh, wait, this is just a selfie from twitter or something, isn’t it?
I still think Ezra killed Ali
Confusion erupted Wednesday afternoon when a local accountant was asked what kind of pizza he wanted for the office party.
"The choices were pepperoni and veggie," says a co-worker who has chosen to remain anonymous. "I asked him which he wanted and he said that it was ‘hard to choose’ because he ‘liked both’. I explained to him that he must be confused - you can’t like more than one kind of pizza. But he insisted that he was fine with either type."
"It’s troubling," says the Director of Human Resources. "We try to foster an environment of acceptance toward all our employees - whichever type of pizza they prefer. But when someone claims to like more than one type of pizza, it raises a lot of valid concerns. For example: once they’ve gotten half-way through their designated piece are they going to get bored and start eating other people’s slices? Are they only pretending to like different types of pizza to gain the attention and/or acceptance of their coworkers? Why did they feel the need to share their unusual pizza preferences in what’s supposed to remain a professional setting? These are all important questions we need to be asking."
But the scrutiny doesn’t stop there. In addition to those who feel that their coworker’s taste in pizza is too diverse, there are others who believe he doesn’t go far enough. "Personally, I’m offended," said local thin-crust enthusiast. "This guy says he likes pepperoni and veggie, but he’s never said anything about liking thin-crust pizza. Why does he have to be so close-minded?"
Some of the responses, however, have been positive. "I think it’s awesome!" says the local intern. "Liking two types of pizza? That is so cool! I’ll bet he likes to eat both types at the same time. Do you think he’d let me film that?"