Mary Lambert - Jessie's Girl
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intergalacticcas:

theladymonsters:

in which a gay cover of one of america’s most quintessential modern american love songs is a thing that exists

Mary Lambert makes some seriously great decisions when it comes to choosing songs to cover.

lady-dirtbag:

i am a work of art

fuckyeah1990s:

"Candyman" (1992)

thepostermovement:

Alien & Aliens by Benmadethis

cornerof5thandvermouth:

aburningrose:

lunulata:

This article expresses my vehement rage towards GG extremely well. Chris Kluwe, you beautiful man.

Btw, he appears to follow the game industry more closely than most games journalists who’ve written on this topic. You may have been let go from the Vikings because they’re a bunch of homophobic doucenozzles, but I see a career in journalism for you, sir.

"You slopebrowed weaseldicks with zero reading comprehension and even less critical thinking skills who think an article claiming “Gamers are dead” is something bad? Fuck me sideways with a sandblaster."

This is one of the best things I’ve ever read regarding GG.

I salute you, Chris Kluwe.

this man uses profanity like van gogh used a paintbrush, holy fucking shit

mariamatsakis:

cartel:

when you think you’re doing well in class and you get your first assignment back

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idk how but this is completely accurate

peculiarcohort:

i’m a giant loser and i draw homestuck fanart for my class assignments.

peculiarcohort:

i’m a giant loser and i draw homestuck fanart for my class assignments.

currentsinbiology:

Fossils rewrite history of penetrative sex - Nature News

The history of sex may have to be rewritten thanks to a group of unsightly, long-extinct fish called placoderms. A careful study1 of fossils of these armour-plated creatures, which gave rise to all current vertebrates with jaws, suggests that their descendants — our ancient ancestors — switched their sexual practices from internal to external fertilization, an event previously thought to be evolutionarily improbable.

“This was totally unexpected,” says John Long, a palaeontologist at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, and lead author of the study, published in Nature1. “Biologists thought that there could not be a reversion back from internal fertilization to external fertilization, but we have shown it must have happened this way.”

j5h:

vinegod:

Fire drill by Crusoe Celebrity Dachshund

OH MY GOD