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thefuuuucomics:

Just imagine turning up to work
And knowing that it’s your job to slap someone with a fake cat paw

thefuuuucomics:

Just imagine turning up to work

And knowing that it’s your job to slap someone with a fake cat paw

(via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

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mehrmaidz:

this must have taken so many takes to get right

mehrmaidz:

this must have taken so many takes to get right

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loveislove-returntodust:

you blew it! - terry v. tori (x)

loveislove-returntodust:

you blew it! - terry v. tori (x)

(Source: skin-father, via laybackand-groove)

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rapunzelie:

chocolatemermaidya:

rapunzelie:

do you ever feel like there’s just so many pretty girls but most dudes are just subpar like there are radiant goddesses everywhere and just piles and piles of guys in backwards baseball caps and sandals

it’s called makeup

you can put eyeliner on a frat boy that doesn’t change the fact that’s he’s wearing a neon muscle shirt and nike flip flops

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phoenixfrost:

spamanos:

tumblr needs a wendy

the Government needs a Wendy. 

(via esoteric-symptoms)

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dollyfarton:

ineedmasculism:

lundsdotter:

The strongest ‘pound for pound’ muscle is the uterus: it weighs around 2 pounds but during childbirth can exert a downward force of 400 Newtons, which is one hundred times as strong as gravity and equivalent to the power in a fully extended modern longbow. 

I need masculism because I am afraid.

you should be

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lohelim:

whackamolly:

This meme is false. Cashews are a source of tryptophan, which is needed for the body to produce serotonin - but it is in no way a significant a source of serotonin on its own, and even still, it’s not the same thing as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (which is not, as some may falsely believe, simply a pill full of serotonin). The chemical compounds of tryptophan and serotonin are different, not to mention that SSRIs don’t really work that way.
If you share this image, you need to understand that the armchair psychiatry that you learned from a meme could cost someone THEIR LIFE.
Leave science to scientists, and quit it with the religious belief in anything natural because it doesn’t always work. I have a lot of crunchy tendencies, but there’s a point where it stops being reasonable and starts being dangerous and deluded.
If you don’t have depression, and I’m not going to phrase this nicely: shut the fuck up about how other people should treat theirs. It’s not just a matter of being sad, nor is it solely a case of having low serotonin. Doing this is a dangerous game, it’s not your place, and you clearly don’t understand what you’re saying or the potential consequences of your actions. Mental illnesses are just as valid as physical illnesses, and the consequences of poor treatment are just as severe.
Anti-depressants are not always the right or only treatment, but they are frequently lifesaving medications. Cashews are not, and suggesting that they might be safer than a medication that you don’t need or even remotely understand the chemical composition of is reckless and uneducated.

Also, I’d like to point out that a month’s worth supply of SSRI is cheaper than the equivalent supply of cashews. Not only do we have the beautiful example of classic neurotypical jackassery, but we’ve got a great stealth helping of classism, too.
To put it simply: to these people, you’re only worth saving if you’ve got the money.

lohelim:

whackamolly:

This meme is false. Cashews are a source of tryptophan, which is needed for the body to produce serotonin - but it is in no way a significant a source of serotonin on its own, and even still, it’s not the same thing as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (which is not, as some may falsely believe, simply a pill full of serotonin). The chemical compounds of tryptophan and serotonin are different, not to mention that SSRIs don’t really work that way.

If you share this image, you need to understand that the armchair psychiatry that you learned from a meme could cost someone THEIR LIFE.

Leave science to scientists, and quit it with the religious belief in anything natural because it doesn’t always work. I have a lot of crunchy tendencies, but there’s a point where it stops being reasonable and starts being dangerous and deluded.

If you don’t have depression, and I’m not going to phrase this nicely: shut the fuck up about how other people should treat theirs. It’s not just a matter of being sad, nor is it solely a case of having low serotonin. Doing this is a dangerous game, it’s not your place, and you clearly don’t understand what you’re saying or the potential consequences of your actions. Mental illnesses are just as valid as physical illnesses, and the consequences of poor treatment are just as severe.

Anti-depressants are not always the right or only treatment, but they are frequently lifesaving medications. Cashews are not, and suggesting that they might be safer than a medication that you don’t need or even remotely understand the chemical composition of is reckless and uneducated.

Also, I’d like to point out that a month’s worth supply of SSRI is cheaper than the equivalent supply of cashews. Not only do we have the beautiful example of classic neurotypical jackassery, but we’ve got a great stealth helping of classism, too.

To put it simply: to these people, you’re only worth saving if you’ve got the money.

(via esoteric-symptoms)