betheboy:

bigdogsandlittledogs:

"If we look at her like this long enough food will appear. Trust me." 
"I’m looking as hard as I can." 
Meet Skip and Whitley who are well fed and loved by Angelina.  

Need a pick me up today? Try the looking at pictures of big dogs and little dogs being friends. 

betheboy:

bigdogsandlittledogs:

"If we look at her like this long enough food will appear. Trust me." 

"I’m looking as hard as I can." 

Meet Skip and Whitley who are well fed and loved by Angelina.  

Need a pick me up today? Try the looking at pictures of big dogs and little dogs being friends. 

mangocianamarch:

creepyold-kit-hands:

#no kitten food goes in the bowl #then food goes in you #you seem to have confused a step

#if i fits i sits

mangocianamarch:

creepyold-kit-hands:

#no kitten food goes in the bowl #then food goes in you #you seem to have confused a step

#if i fits i sits

readmore-worryless:

"Too many books?" I believe the phrase you’re looking for is "not enough bookshelves".

thecutestofthecute:

English Bulldog puppy at the sea

masteradept:

duchessofdeviance:

securelyinsecure:

Clair Huxtable shutting down men’s outdated opinions on female menstruation (◡‿◡✿)

Clair was always dropping truth bombs…

but why we still saying this stuff 30 years later?

Patriarchy is the answer.

"So they always put a girl character in movies for someone to fall in love with?"

my 7 year old son (astutely calling attention to the lack of female leads in action and adventure films).

While watching Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz flirt in POTC On Stranger Tides my son asked me “Why is there always romance in every movie?” He had asked the same question last week when we watched Kirsten Dunst and Toby Maguire have their memorable moment in the rain in Spiderman. He’s 7 and not a fan of kissing scenes. I try to explain that many people, especially adults, enjoy romance so it’s a popular thing in movies.

He responds with “So they always put a girl character in for someone to fall in love with?” And I am floored, because I realize the message Hollywood has sent my child is that you only need to include one female character - and it’s not so she can be the hero. If a 7 year old boy can recognize that women in action films are nothing but a plot device it is time for the film industry to admit they have a problem.

(via dederants)