In case you were wondering, Stephen Colbert gets it.
#I’m not even in the Dr Who fandom and I agree with the gif.
[..] The big deal comes in when homeless people are being exploited to prove a point. Many homeless people are already widely disenfranchised and lacking a platform to be heard or to get access to the resources they need. By attempting to make a brand look bad by associating it with homelessness, the message is that homeless people are so gross, dirty, shameful (insert negative attribute here) that by associating the brand with these types of people, we are really making the brand look shitty, because these people are so shitty! get it? It’s all such a laugh! This type of “activism” is a farce. It contributes to and propagates a culture wherein homeless people can be used as props to further an agenda. This isn’t how you treat people. This is how you treat disposable objects. It isn’t funny, noble, or helpful to try and stick it to Abercrombie and Fitch by using homeless people as the medium for your message. Would the American population at large be comfortable with any other minority group being used to make a brand look “bad” by associating their clothing with that group? Sub out “homeless” for any other minority group and see how that sounds and feels. Pretty shitty, right?…
I knew the concept made me feel weird for some reason…I’m glad I’m not the only one who feels this way.
When I was little I thought being an adult meant not having a bed time but I’ve come to realize that it just means being in charge of my own bed time and it turns out that I am not equipped to handle that responsibility.
Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, in case you hadn’t heard. How dare she remove those ticking time bombs from her chest, amiright? Like, hasn’t she learned by now that her body is public domain and we all get to vote on what she does with it? Sheesh, how selfish can ya get.
Gaston really is the most terrifying Disney villain because he could be anyone in the world.
he could be the French Romney…..
THE FRENCH ROMNEY
|—||Jen Dziura from Bullish Life: When Men Get Too Emotional To Have A Rational Argument (via plightofthepretty)|
i like this one
you don’t know true agony unless you’ve gone from watching 5 seasons in 2 days to 1 episode a week