in german, we don’t say “let’s go” we say “jetzt geht jeder noch mal aufs klo und dann reiten wir los” and i think that’s rad


will graham tries to solve the mystery of who’s been smoking all the Weed with the help of Harijuana Lecter 

· no ohgod · hannibal 
  reasons to love this romanian cutie

Entmännlichung der deutschen Sprache (?) 

Anscheinend haben Soziologen der Berliner Humboldt Uni vorgeschlagen, die deutsche Sprache zu entmännlichen, mit Vorschlägen wie: Alle auf -er endenden Worte sollen auf -a enden, -x-Formen sollen eingefügt werden und weitere.

Leider ist der einzige umfassende Artikel dazu von der Bild, jedoch kann man so ziemlich alles was man dazu wissen will hier problemlos nachlesen (Wohin man von der Bild natürlich nicht verwiesen wird). Kritiken an dem Vorschlag werden hier auch angesprochen und die Hintergründe (auf der gesamten Website) ausführlich erklärt.

Die Vorschläge stießen bisher unüberraschenderweise auf Ablehnung und Spott. Ich würde aber gerne von ein paar deutschen Feministinnen und Menschen mit ein wenig Geduld dafür, sich das Konzept auch überhaupt einmal durchzulesen, wissen: 
Findet ihr diese Idee so lächerlich, wie sie von den Artikeln und Berichten dargestellt wird, oder ist es doch keine ganz so schlechte Idee?








Alright let me help out then:

1) Most of the cast is female. In fact only two main characters are male.

2) Both male characters take typically non-masculine hobbies. Emerson Cod knits almost non-stop and makes pop-up books. Ned is literally called “The Pie-Maker” because he bakes homestyle pies from his mother’s method. Both are shown to be very nurturing and even maternal characters. Conversely, the women? A pair of professional travelling show performers that have gritty sexual scandals the way men usually get (see the entire “Chuck’s father” storylines), a beekeeper who is the single most positive and optimistic character imaginable, and a former professional jockey- Three of four pro athletes.

3) You could very easily make the claim Ned is asexual.

4) Yes, the storyline is about romance. But it’s also about the positive side of a love story, and their only drama lies in overcoming their inability to actually share contact.

5) A very good friend of mine recommended this show to me as “Disney for adults.” I told her it was already on my list to watch because “It’s by Bryan Fuller, from Wonderfalls and Dead Like Me.” Bryan Fuller is now most known for “Hannibal.” The same camera methods and bright colours and lighting techniques Hannibal is known for? Perfected in this show, just using a different tone- The same colour methods in reverse, upping the vivid greens and yellows instead of reds and blues, which sells emotion both ways.

7) Probably one of the best examples of a modern day fairy tale possible.

8) Narrated by Jim Dale- The narrator for the HP audio books.

I don’t know if anyone’s already added links to this, but all of these here work and if you hover over the links, an episode description shows :)

Season 1:

  1. Pie-Lette
  2. Dummy
  3. The Fun in Funeral
  4. Pigeon
  5. Girth
  6. Bitches
  7. Smell of Success
  8. Bitter Sweets
  9. Corpsicle

Season 2:

  1. Bzzzzzzzzz!
  2. Circus Circus
  3. Bad Habits
  4. Frescorts
  5. Dim Sum Lose Some
  6. Oh Oh Oh… It’s Magic
  7. Robbing Hood
  8. Comfort Food
  9. The Legend of Merle McQuoddy
  10. The Norwegians
  11. Window Dressed to Kill
  12. Water & Power
  13. Kerplunk


Herieth Paul, the face of Anthropologie’s Spring 2014 catalogue lookbook.

· ohmygod 


Ace/aro, Bi, pan, trans and nonbinary people are like dragons. If you think that we’re imaginary, and tell it to our face, we’ll light you on fire. Simple as that.

· lgbt · most likely 

High School Musical, who says we have to let it go?