Happy 28th Birthday, Ryan Kelley!

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posted 1 day ago (® dailytwolf)

Jackson Whittemore is really Jackson Hale and no one can tell me otherwise. I know Colton left for Arrow and it’s still unknown if he will ever return, but this shit right here, this is canon. It was never explained how Derek’s claws, a beta’s claws, could trigger dreams/memories inside Jackson. It was never explained why Peter’s touch made Jackson’s wound glow. It was never explained why Jackson had such a connection to the Hales and the Hale house, and it wasn’t just because he wanted to get bitten so badly. There was something there that cannot be explained in another way, that was supposed to build up to the truth about Jackson’s real family. I don’t care what kind of poor Malia storyline Jeff came up with, I also don’t want to blame him since it was Colton’s decision to leave, but to me, Jackson will always be canonly the real Hale offspring, Peter Hale’s son.

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posted 1 day ago (® brogitsune)
mercutiounbound:

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posted 1 day ago (® onlylolgifs)
tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

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posted 5 days ago (® words-of-emotion)

hitutee reblogged your post and added:

I wished there was an insta-cure for that… I’m…

Thanks ;__; I just need to… I dunno… get my shit together or something.

It’d just be easier if I knew how and that’s why asked for other people’s opinions/help here.

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posted 6 days ago
Anonymous said,
"Technically "they/them" is considered grammatically incorrect, wouldn't you prefer to go by "it""

cutequeer96:

feministxprincess:

cutequeer96:

umm sweetie grammar is an illusion created by the government to make us less fun and creative with our words

It’s not even considered grammatically incorrect why the fuck do people keep saying this.

Singular “they/them” is 100% correct and has been since the fucking middle ages. Geoffrey Chaucer, who is regarded as the fucking father of English literature, even used singular “they/them” and it has been considered acceptable since then. George Elliot, Lewis Carroll, Walt Whitman, Jane Austen, William Thackeray, Oscar Wilde, C.S. Lewis, and even William fucking Shakespeare have all used singular “they/them” in their writing. EVEN THE KING JAMES VERSION OF THE BIBLE FEATURES SINGULAR THEY/THEM. 

You use a singular “they/them” when you’re implying that the subject in question could be any gender (or could be any # of people). When you use “anybody” or “one person” you use “they/them” BECAUSE THE SUBJECT HAS NOT BEEN DECLARED MALE OR FEMALE.

Like holy shit this argument is worn out and not even remotely correct. Transphobes need to stop using it and just admit that they are transphobes that only have a grasp of the grammar rules they learned in 3rd grade.

WHOOP THERE IT IS

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posted 1 week ago (® hahamiya)

darknessbloodyshadow123:

cloudsinmycoffee9:

this is literally the greatest subtitling job that has ever been done. someone learned how to speak cat.

*laughs irl*

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posted 1 week ago (® iraffiruse)

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