I low key love this energy.
they really just liked to traumatize us with children’s cartoons in the 90s and early 00s huh
back then, it wasn’t so much “how many sex jokes can we get away with” as it was “how many unspeakable horrors can we fit into our cartoon before the parents start to complain”
yes this is about courage the cowardly dog
Hot take, but if you see your baby struggle through five hours of homework and then you get pissy because they drag their feet about doing chores? You need to reevaluate.
Like I’m not saying kids shouldn’t be taught responsibility and shown how to keep their house clean. I’m just saying maybe children get tired and frustrated too. Like. Your teenager doesn’t have an “attitude”. She’s just had 7 hours of school and then came home to do 5 more hours. Then, her parents implied she was lazy because she hadn’t gotten around to doing the laundry. I’d snap at you too.
“OH RIGHT HE WAS A WRESTLER”
invader zim filmed this
Y’all these are the actors who are in the Spongebob Squarepants broadway musical that Plankton trying to knock down Spongebob
that context makes is 10000X funnier
That’s Sandy Cheeks laughing in the background
my cat hates taking his pills. the only way we can get him to eat them is to turn it into an elaborate pantomime - we take the packet out of the cupboard slowly and hold it up, saying “oh!! what’s this? what’s this? a TREAT? a TREAT for louis????” while making surprised faces. we offer him a pill… then, before he has a chance to sniff it, we wag our fingers at him and replace it in the packet so it becomes a Tantalising Forbidden Mystery. we continue doing this until he’s so confused and excited that he will eat the pill as fast as possible, just so he can find out what it is before we can take it away from him again. as soon as he’s eaten it he looks utterly disappointed and betrayed, like a child who just ate a delicious sweet only to find it was a chocolate-coated brussels sprout. it never gets old
Op this is the funniest thing I’ve ever read
op how could you just hide this from me in the tag this makes this objectively 10000000% funnier
Do popular tumblr users know each other? Or is having tumblr clout basically useless
having tumblr clout is kind of like getting a really high score in cookie clicker. the big number looks nice but it doesn’t do anything for you and if someone sees how high the number is they will think there is something wrong with you
here’s a post tmes can and should reblog:
this is just more fucking evidence to stop debating with terfs. point blank period. stop debating terfs, stop going to their blogs and hatereading their posts, stop reblogging them to ‘dunk on them’ stop talking to them to convince them to join your side. ESPECIALLY if you’re tme and at this point the next time i see a tme person interact with a terf in any way besides instantly cutting contact i’m blocking them.
this is what happens! every single time! they worm their way into your minds and they tap into that transmisogyny you have ingrained to you, no matter how much time you’ve spent working on it they’re going to find exactly the right way to amplify that and get you to be disgusted and hateful towards trans women too! that’s literally how terfism fucking works and if you allow them to share their voices to you and ESPECIALLY to your followers, no matter what your intentions are, no matter how much you think you can convince them otherwise, that’s what’s going to happen! the moment you even give yourself an OPPORTUNITY to sit down and think “wait, what if the terfs are right?” you’ve already failed the trans women you claim to want to protect.
this is not about censorship this is not about ignoring critical thinking or ignoring the other side this is about not letting a fucking hate group built on racism and supported by the far-right use every opportunity they can to amplify and twists and manipulate your beliefs into hatred of trans women. and if you think they should be given the chance to do that, you never cared about trans women in the first place.
Anne Hathaway, Audra McDonald and Raul Esparza in “Twelfth Night”