genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the night is: TERROR FISH

genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the night is: TERROR FISH

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monetizeyourcat:

ofools:

beesmygod:

gendest:

someone please explain this comic. im so confused. this reads like it was written by someone completely unfamiliar with any human langauge

what the fuck

what a medium looking man

breaking new ground in the #mediumcore aesthetic

monetizeyourcat:

ofools:

beesmygod:

gendest:

someone please explain this comic. im so confused. this reads like it was written by someone completely unfamiliar with any human langauge

what the fuck

what a medium looking man

breaking new ground in the #mediumcore aesthetic

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fakespacegirl:

There are fifty million blogs on here with Abouts like “Ryan, 24. I appreciate the female form. I enjoy intellectual debates about the issues, I won’t listen to screaming. Religion is for idiots.” and somehow there’s people who think the most horrible, ridiculous…

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hopeflakes:

When you see someone with a happy icon make a really angry text post

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heartsblueboxcars:

swarnpert:

when commercials have internet memes in them

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neilaglet:

Apologies to Artemisia Gentileschi.

neilaglet:

Apologies to Artemisia Gentileschi.

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pax-arabica:

Who is really using human shields? The IDF of course.

I think the most ironic thing about this whole “Hamas uses human shields” allegation, is that the IDF is notorious for using Palestinians as human shields.

This is far from unusual:

B’Tselem: IDF uses Palestinians as human shield.

B’Tselem: IDF used girl Palestinian girl as human shield in Nablus.

Two IDF soldiers charged with using 9 year old human shield in Gaza.

Video showing IDF using Palestinians as human shields in Gaza.

Israel has constantly used this allegation not only against civilians in Gaza, but also when it bombed civilian populations in Lebanon during the 2006 war. Witness accounts and international rights organizations have stated time and time again that no evidence to this has been found either in Lebanon or in Gaza.

But somehow, the word of Israel, a country that needs to hire people to spread its propaganda online, still has a shred of credibility.

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