Cheery Beery

Hanna, 21, white cis bisexual.

She/her/hers pronouns.

Coming to you live from America's shame-appendage, Florida. Watch me lose control of my life while simultaneously running a sweet blog. 

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I don’t think his allergies were the only issue Carlos had with Khoshekh

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how could you not love catbug?

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Pedro Pascal and his uncontrollable berry lust, as seen in “Breaker of Chains” (S04E03).

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People need to be encouraged. People need to be reminded of how wonderful they are. People need to be believed in—told that they are brave and smart and capable of accomplishing all the dreams they dream and more. Remind each other of this. Stacey Jean Speer (via emotional-algebra)

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Yeah trying a more shapely, stylistic.. look. These are pretty rough but I rather like ‘em!

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Or else.

Wtnv July Fandom Challenge

July 23rd: Favorite “Word From Our Sponsors” segment.

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night vale is full of thought provoking humour and beautifully inspirational monologues but “subway? more like wowza” will always be one of the best things it’s ever come up with

it’s right at the top of the list with “what’s an egg” and “i never knew school cleaning appliances were so strong”

"Mountains? More like nothings" 

"Nice try, giant worms.

"And I was like, whatever, rich guy!”

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I’m generally open to educating people who are genuinely ignorant about social issues

but if you deliberately call yourself “anti-sj,” “anti-feminist,” “truscum,” or “terf”

that tells me you’ve made up your mind to be disagreeable and you are not worth my time

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Wait, it’s activists making oppressed groups look bad? I thought it was entire industries, media organizations, politicians, and deeply entrenched social biases. My bad.

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