nahhh maybe later
sully-s:

Egyptian Mermaid 

sully-s:

Egyptian Mermaid 

skeletongrazed:

skeletongrazed:

what’s the difference between a dirty bus stop and a lobster with breast implants ?

one’s a crusty bus station and one’s a busty crustacean

itistimetodisappear:

nefertsukia:

kohane88:

nefertsukia:

This description irritates me. And most of the comments utterly piss me off. I DON’T THINK 15YR OLD ASTRID WAS A TOMBOY AT ALL. She dressed feminine, and had her gentle moments, especially as seen in GOTNF. Why can’t a woman be strong, dedicated, great sportswoman, a warrior, without people thinking this immediately sacrifices her femininity? Why can’t she want to grow up and be MORE womanly and aware of her womanhood at 20 than she was at 15? But it’s not like she NEVER was feminine. She was, but she grew from being a teenage girl into a young woman. Also I don’t see how being ambitious and powerful is a male-only quality. Get those gender roles out of your head, people. What annoys me the most is that, in the comments, people say Astrid was “blanded out” so she couldfit the “wife role” for Hiccup. I wonder if we watched the same movie.

It’s sad and frustrating that those Facebook comments are an example on how masculine and feminine traits are generally viewed in society even today. When a girl exhibits what are considered to be tomboy traits such as being kickass, she would be considered a great role model that girls should follow, whereas if she acts girly and feminine such as by looking pretty, she’s considered “bland”. *Facepalm*

I know. And the fact that they brush off her so-called “transformation” as being her changing herself for Hiccup, to BE WITH HIM, irks me even more. He liked her no matter what. He now loves her, despite anything else. More importantly, they grew up together and in a relationship that matured and bloomed over time. She didn’t undergo a transformation just so he could be into her. And Hiccup himself changed, not just physically. Another funny comment was “HICCUP SHOULD RECOGNIZE HE ISNT CHIEF MATERIAL AND HAND OVER THE ROLE TO ASTRID”. Omfg. What do they think this is, a Disney film? Did they not grasp the realism of this whole franchise yet? Because that’s wrong in so many levels. Hiccup is the heir. He does have leadership qualities that people recognize. Astrid not quite so, and besides…. she has no claim to chiefdom. Gosh, people. Get a grip. She can be kickass while looking more or less feminine but that won’t make her less of a woman. It’s not like she dresses in frilly pink summer dresses. But if she did, she would STILL kick butt.

itistimetodisappear:

nefertsukia:

kohane88:

nefertsukia:

This description irritates me. And most of the comments utterly piss me off. I DON’T THINK 15YR OLD ASTRID WAS A TOMBOY AT ALL. She dressed feminine, and had her gentle moments, especially as seen in GOTNF. Why can’t a woman be strong, dedicated, great sportswoman, a warrior, without people thinking this immediately sacrifices her femininity? Why can’t she want to grow up and be MORE womanly and aware of her womanhood at 20 than she was at 15? But it’s not like she NEVER was feminine. She was, but she grew from being a teenage girl into a young woman. Also I don’t see how being ambitious and powerful is a male-only quality. Get those gender roles out of your head, people. What annoys me the most is that, in the comments, people say Astrid was “blanded out” so she couldfit the “wife role” for Hiccup. I wonder if we watched the same movie.

It’s sad and frustrating that those Facebook comments are an example on how masculine and feminine traits are generally viewed in society even today. When a girl exhibits what are considered to be tomboy traits such as being kickass, she would be considered a great role model that girls should follow, whereas if she acts girly and feminine such as by looking pretty, she’s considered “bland”. *Facepalm*

I know. And the fact that they brush off her so-called “transformation” as being her changing herself for Hiccup, to BE WITH HIM, irks me even more. He liked her no matter what. He now loves her, despite anything else. More importantly, they grew up together and in a relationship that matured and bloomed over time. She didn’t undergo a transformation just so he could be into her. And Hiccup himself changed, not just physically. Another funny comment was “HICCUP SHOULD RECOGNIZE HE ISNT CHIEF MATERIAL AND HAND OVER THE ROLE TO ASTRID”. Omfg. What do they think this is, a Disney film? Did they not grasp the realism of this whole franchise yet? Because that’s wrong in so many levels. Hiccup is the heir. He does have leadership qualities that people recognize. Astrid not quite so, and besides…. she has no claim to chiefdom. Gosh, people. Get a grip. She can be kickass while looking more or less feminine but that won’t make her less of a woman. It’s not like she dresses in frilly pink summer dresses. But if she did, she would STILL kick butt.

wecansexy:

katara is an inspiration to us all she was one of the only ones who had hope that the avatar would return and then she ended up banging the avatar. think of katara in times of need

landof-thecrazies:

send this to your crush with no context

landof-thecrazies:

send this to your crush with no context

dude did you really go to the same high school as fuckin Chris Chan
Anonymous

who is fuckin chris chan

mysteryunderthefez:

Blouson noir Stanford
Pretty sure he has done bad buisness during his young days

mysteryunderthefez:

Blouson noir Stanford

Pretty sure he has done bad buisness during his young days

red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings

red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings