fandomsandfeminism:

bramblepatch:

"leave room for Jesus" has got to be the creepiest worst thought out bit of dance chaperone "wisdom" ever

"no kids don’t grind on each other grind on our Lord and Savior instead

Get all up in the Lord’s business, if you know what I mean.

(via motellights)

running4thehigh:

Just in case no one told you today:

  • Good morning
  • You’re beautiful
  • I love you
  • Nice butt

(via givemethejohnson)

superdiscochino:

really need to get back to work on my ambient project Music for Curling Up Into a Little Ball and Waiting for It All to Just Go Away, shit’s gonna knock your socks off

mikerugnetta:

fastcompany:

Knocking down a concrete building usually takes brute force: Wrecking balls, huge excavators, or explosives rip apart walls while fire hoses spray water to keep the clouds of dust down. It’s an energy-intensive process, and after everything’s been torn apart, the concrete often ends up in a landfill or has to be trucked to a recycling facility. But a new concrete-erasing robot may eventually transform the messy business of demolition.
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Why?
Why do we build these things? That will so obviously turn on us one day. Why?

It even looks like it’s just a step removed from the Suck-o-matic:

mikerugnetta:

fastcompany:

Knocking down a concrete building usually takes brute force: Wrecking balls, huge excavators, or explosives rip apart walls while fire hoses spray water to keep the clouds of dust down. It’s an energy-intensive process, and after everything’s been torn apart, the concrete often ends up in a landfill or has to be trucked to a recycling facility. But a new concrete-erasing robot may eventually transform the messy business of demolition.

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Why?

Why do we build these things? That will so obviously turn on us one day. Why?

It even looks like it’s just a step removed from the Suck-o-matic:

My heart is so tired — Markus Zusak, The Book Thief (via pigmenting)

(via sailorsandshipwrecks)

nuuro:

Kneeling Man Embracing a Standing Woman, Gustav Vigeland

nuuro:

Kneeling Man Embracing a Standing Woman, Gustav Vigeland

(via aleskot)

taterpie:

bairfanx:

teensniper:

buckyderp:

if you don’t think this is the saddest thing in the whole of the MCU then you’re very very wrong.

zillions of people dead: sad. Sharon Carter not killing that dude: sad. the continuing lack of a Black Widow movie: PRETTY GODDAMN SAD. this is just sexually compelling, stop fooling yourselves.

Sexually compelling? What? Wiping someone’s mind with electroshock that has clearly ripped away the bulk of his humanity is sexually compelling? 

Don’t judge, yo: to some people a person showing vulnerability, submissiveness and an acceptance of - even eagerness for - pain which alters their headspace is pretty much the hottest thing.

Me, I just like the vulnerability and the shirtlessness.

Yeah, wasn’t meaning to judge that someone would find it sexually compelling, though I do see how what I wrote reads that way now. Like what you’re going to like, as long as it doesn’t non-consensually hurt someone. The problem I had is that someone said it was a sad scene and the response was that it’s just sexually compelling and that anyone who thinks it’s sad is “fooling themselves.”

teensniper:

buckyderp:

if you don’t think this is the saddest thing in the whole of the MCU then you’re very very wrong.

zillions of people dead: sad. Sharon Carter not killing that dude: sad. the continuing lack of a Black Widow movie: PRETTY GODDAMN SAD. this is just sexually compelling, stop fooling yourselves.

Sexually compelling? What? Wiping someone’s mind with electroshock that has clearly ripped away the bulk of his humanity is sexually compelling? 

asker

Anonymous asked: I was wondering what is it called when you experience an Artistic attraction towards people rather than sexual? I would rather draw or paint them, And then cuddle...

asexualadvice:

I think the term you’re looking for is aesthetic attraction, which is the attraction towards someone’s looks, in a way similar to how one may find a sunset or a painting beautiful.

I like the phrase “artistic attraction” though. There is a difference between finding people beautiful and wanting to draw or paint them.

I’m not very familiar with artists’ terminology for their feelings towards the subjects depicted in their artworks. Maybe you can say you’re inspired by the person?

-Mousy

I feel like the “wanting to cuddle” part might indicate it’s more than just an aesthetic attraction though. Or at least that it’s more than just the looks here (although I suppose you could make the case that we imagine the person we find aesthetically appealing and ascribe personality traits to them and it’s still just the looks that are causing it…)

Either way, definitely been there.