Doodle Hebiddles

olyusha:

i’m looking at a facebook page of welding memes and i do not get any of them but they’re cracking me up so hard 

sizzleshorts:

commiekinkshamer:

i would pay a lot of money for a complete list of everyone who’s ever had a crush on me

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cagedlions:

"WHITE SAVIOR MOVIES"—Because we all know this (saving People of Color) is what White people do.

"WHITE SAVIOR MOVIES"—Because all it takes is one white person who cares to fix all the problems of complacent ass People of Color.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

alexisneoart:

I’ve lived in the province of Quebec (Canada) my entire life, born and raised in the city of Montreal. I was brought up speaking primarily English, but was taught French during the length of my education. I’m proud that I can read and write and understand two languages. Having a Francophone father and an Anglophone mother I got a small taste of both cultures.
I don’t like to talk about politics necessarily, but living in the province of Quebec I’m constantly bombarded by it and can’t turn a blind eye. Quebec has a history of wanting to separate from the rest of Canada and a need to establish an identity as a French speaking country. There has constantly been a tension between the Francophones and Anglophones.Laws after laws get enforced to limit the use of English in the public sphere. I think it’s important to keep the French language relevant in Quebec, but I also don’t see it threatened. From what I feel and see from my perspective, the laws that get placed and the continual campaigning to separate from Canada stirs up tensions between the people. My ideal idea of Quebec is one that embraces it’s identity as a bilingual province. 
I feel as though the Quebec Party encourages this negativity that pits people against each other. It makes me sad to feel as though I’m a second-class citizen… to feel unwanted in a place I was born and raised because I don’t speak perfect French, that I don’t have a French last name.
When I see friends supporting the separation of Quebec from Canada I can’t help but take it personally. It makes me question— do you not me around? Do you look down on me because of the language I speak?
I’m choosing not to go in depth with many of the recent laws of history of Quebec here… I think i’m just a little tired of the feelings get living here. I'm proud to be living in Montreal, and Canada for that matter… but I'm not sure I can say I'm proud to be part of Quebec and the identity it's trying to force—which I… and many others… are not  a part of.
You may not agree with everything I’m saying, I’m not trying to convince anyone of anything. I think i’m just frustrated and needed to vent…

alexisneoart:

I’ve lived in the province of Quebec (Canada) my entire life, born and raised in the city of Montreal. I was brought up speaking primarily English, but was taught French during the length of my education. I’m proud that I can read and write and understand two languages. Having a Francophone father and an Anglophone mother I got a small taste of both cultures.

I don’t like to talk about politics necessarily, but living in the province of Quebec I’m constantly bombarded by it and can’t turn a blind eye. Quebec has a history of wanting to separate from the rest of Canada and a need to establish an identity as a French speaking country. There has constantly been a tension between the Francophones and Anglophones.Laws after laws get enforced to limit the use of English in the public sphere. I think it’s important to keep the French language relevant in Quebec, but I also don’t see it threatened. From what I feel and see from my perspective, the laws that get placed and the continual campaigning to separate from Canada stirs up tensions between the people. My ideal idea of Quebec is one that embraces it’s identity as a bilingual province. 

I feel as though the Quebec Party encourages this negativity that pits people against each other. It makes me sad to feel as though I’m a second-class citizen… to feel unwanted in a place I was born and raised because I don’t speak perfect French, that I don’t have a French last name.

When I see friends supporting the separation of Quebec from Canada I can’t help but take it personally. It makes me question— do you not me around? Do you look down on me because of the language I speak?

I’m choosing not to go in depth with many of the recent laws of history of Quebec here… I think i’m just a little tired of the feelings get living here. I'm proud to be living in Montreal, and Canada for that matter… but I'm not sure I can say I'm proud to be part of Quebec and the identity it's trying to force—which I… and many others… are not  a part of.

You may not agree with everything I’m saying, I’m not trying to convince anyone of anything. I think i’m just frustrated and needed to vent…

jaminthetardis:

It bewilders me that they didn’t give the Hogwarts first years maps

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have fun navigating an ancient castle full of shit that could literally kill you by yourselves suckers

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marauders4evr:

massiveburn:

lettherebedoodles:

A Whole New World…

(( So this week I decided to try something a little different. :) I saw some beautiful “race-bent” Disney a while ago and wanted to try it out, so here’s some of our ladies. :D (There wasn’t really any rhyme or reason to my choices, I just started fiddling with the images and these happened.) :P I’m going to go back to doing genderbent stuff, but I think I’ll do some of these every once in a while if you guys would like to see more. :) ))

While these are extremely cool to see, I do not see the point of race bending Tiana and Pocahontas considering the fact that Tiana is Black and Pocahontas is Native American.

Because they wanted to race-bend all of them? The post is saying “What if every single one of these characters was a different race?”