15th May 2013
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What’s the worst film that you can think of?
Twilight. The last movie. It is like when you thought you’d finished drinking the massive bucket of urine you’d be forced to consume but then bam, at the very bottom, a big, saturated turd was lurking in the shadows. You force it down your throat, crying the entire time, knowing that it’s going to haunt your memories for years to come, burping feces and vomit and piss.
Twilight. The last movie.
27th April 2013
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This is special
6th January 2013
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23rd December 2012
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GOT THE BALL GOT THE BALL GOT THE BALL no.
23rd December 2012
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*Sigh* what has been seen :(
17th November 2012
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Aaaargh too funny
22nd October 2012
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The internet is over, there will never be a better image
8th October 2012
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Peek through a leaf.
Argh this is the cutest one so far
8th October 2012
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male privilege is “i have a boyfriend” being the only response that might actually stop a guy from coming onto you, because he respects another man more than he respects your actual opinion/lack of interest.
Bloody hell, I never even thought about…
I’m sorry, I’m going to go ahead and point out that “I’m married” is the one single solitary line that stops women hitting on me for having That Accent. This is certainly not a gender specific thing.
Ok, we’ve stumbled into tricky territory here, and I’d agree that there are grounds for comparison.
But unless you’re actually afraid while they hit on you - like, you legitimately think they might hurt you if you say you’re not interested - it’s not exactly the same.
Also, you are married. You’re not lying because you’re scared.
I fail to see how “I am afraid for my health to tell him I’m not interested” even slightly comes close to “he would only respect the boundaries of my boyfriend.” However, since we’re sticking with feeling uncomfortable, the masses of women grabbing my arse in New Orleans did make me rather uncomfortable, as did the two that inexplicably decided to watch me urinating in a rather secluded male toilet whilst, again inexplicably, cheering me on. Yes, this is a thing that really happened. Maybe it’s just a Bourbon Street thing. Maybe that shouldn’t be an excuse. Maybe it is anyway.
Sorry, but this is one of only two times so far I’m calling BS on something related to feminism. You do not need blogs that very pointedly say “men suck and this is why” because it completely tars everybody with the same brush used to paint a minority - this is the kind of stuff that completely alienates us guys who do genuinely care. Then people wonder why so many of us are reluctant to label ourselves as feminists?
I didn’t say men suck. Nobody said that in this conversation. We need to be able to talk about problematic behaviour like this without it being interpreted as me attacking your gender. This is not “reverse sexism”, tony, it’s really not.
I don’t mean to marginalise your experiences - sexual aggression its a terrible thing, no matter who it’s happening to - but I don’t think I’m wrong for looking at it from a feminist perspective.
And don’t tell me you’re ‘calling me on my BS’ if you respect me. Which I kind of assumed you did.
The question has to be asked why a man hitting on you has you fearing for your safety? I have hit on hundreds on women in my life and not once has violence been part of that plan…
it depends on the circumstances, of course. Not all men are scary, not all men are aggressive. But there are some people who just won’t drop it until they see you have backup, and that’s intimidating.
I didn’t make it clear before - I wasn’t calling you on your BS, I was referring to the original blog. To clarify, the entire paragraph immediately after that is entirely aimed at the same blog. I had clicked through to it and read some more of the extremely insulting posts, and I suppose for some reason I’d assumed the entire internet would know this. I wouldn’t call any of your opinions bullshit. You know me better than that, surely :p
But I stand by what I said. Blogs that literally exist just to state that men suck and hey guys look this is why men suck are completely unnecessary, and I will absolutely - and justifiably, as far as I’m concerned - take offense.