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12:32am April 20, 2014

fadeintocase:

jasoniscariot:

YouMayNotRestNow (Monsters Nearby)

New song! Shouldn’t be too hard to guess what it’s about.

check it

12:30am April 20, 2014

istoleyourpanties:

quarterclever:

especiallygoodfinder:

nepeter:

australians dont have sex

australians mate

I spat out my coffee

sorry about your image

frICK

12:30am April 20, 2014

kittyprude:

send me a character + thing if you wanna know my headcanon for them and that thing

ex: molly hayes + sleeping

12:26am April 20, 2014
9:51pm April 19, 2014

tsunderehatter:

Having obliterated what you're supposed to protect, as you reach the end of this world, there you will undoubtedly be able to find your happiness.
9:48pm April 19, 2014

jadedhorror:

sueishappy:

"and that is why pink ribbons are for boobies." -hank green

Actually, Boys and girls both wore white dresses, and colors were introduced in the mid 19th century, 

"The march toward gender-specific clothes was neither linear nor rapid. Pink and blue arrived, along with other pastels, as colors for babies in the mid-19th century, yet the two colors were not promoted as gender signifiers until just before World War I—and even then, it took time for popular culture to sort things out." (Smithsonian magazine,  x)
 
According to wikipedia :
One reason for the increased use of pink for girls and blue for boys was “the invention of new chemical dyes, which meant that children’s clothing could be mass-produced and washed in hot water without fading. Prior to this time, most small children of both sexes wore white, which could be frequently washed.[46] Another factor was the popularity of blue and white sailor suits for young boys, a fashion that started in the late 19th century. Blue was also the usual color of school uniforms, for boys and girls. Blue was associated with seriousness and study, while pink was associated with childhood and softness.”


Also, considering I just read 15 articles on this topic from varying sources… the one common theme? all after WWII, but STARTED to become signifiers before/during WWI, 

but not ONE mention of Hitler. Only American mainstream culture.

In fact, heres an interesting section from Hue, a blog someone is maintaining about the history of colors:
"After WWI, blue was used extensively for men’s uniforms. Therefore, blue became associated as more of a masculine color. From the 1940’s onward, pink was pushed as a woman’s color. "Think Pink" was the marketing slogan to convince women to embrace their femininity. Dressing girls in pink reinforced this role by conditioning with a set of rules that started with little girls, made of "sugar and spice and everything nice."

x

tl;dr?

oh my god are you guys comparing the color pink with hitler without doing ANY background research

ALL SPECULATIONS ON HOW IT BECAME ASSOCIATION ARE MERELY SPECULATIONS THERE ARE NO HARD FACTS

EVEN FUCKING **JEZEBEL** SAYS NOTHING ABOUT HITLER/BEING EFFEMINATE OR WHAT HAVE YOU, THEY QUOTE THE SMITHSONIAN AS WELL

DO RESEARCH YOU BLIND SHEEP

9:42pm April 19, 2014
9:26pm April 19, 2014

47perplexednoots:

flbptrgh I just read Ava’s Demon and I really thought it was gonna be longer. I shoulda waited longer so I could binge more of it. It’s really stunning, though. 

Welcome to the fandom, please leave your soul at the door. Do you accept TITAN as your lord and savior, and Gil as the best character? If not, we’re going to have to talk.

8:49pm April 19, 2014

needlekind:

important character development questions

  • under what circumstances do they lick a thing to claim it as their own
  • what are their feelings, hypothetical or otherwise, regarding the High School Musical series
  • whose face(s) would they draw dicks on in sharpie if they saw them passed out on a couch at a party
  • what would their reaction be to seeing Frozen in theaters and witnessing Hans doing the douchebag thing
  • i dunno where to go from here; i made this post solely for the HSM one
8:13pm April 19, 2014

postllimit:

when u use ur boobs to get someone to notice u

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