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    therecklessandtheweirdkids:

    OMG, GUYS. THE OTHER DAY, THE MIGHTY DUCKS WAS ON TV WHEN MY DAD WAS FLIPPING THROUGH THE CHANNELS AND I WAS LIKE “OMG STOP, LOOK, I NEED TO WATCH IT. AARON LOHR IS IN THIS MOVIE.” AND MY DAD GOES “WHO THE HELL IS AARON LOHR?” AND I GO “MY BABY.”

    HE WAS SO LOST, BUT LET ME WATCH IT. BUT IT TURNS OUT THAT IT WAS THE FIRST ONE AND AARON WASN’T IN IT AND I GOT SAD.

    On the up side, Elden Henson! So, not a total loss.

    Posted at 4:36pm.

    obsessivekumpulsivereadr:

    It literally makes no sense that Kurt would feel like nobody else would ever want him or love him like that because they used an actual story arc last season of an older man who admired him and was attracted to him FOR EXACTLY WHO HE WAS.

    And this person wanted to have a special movie with him…

    Posted at 11:36am.

    deliriumbubbles:

    Kurt has been mocked and harassed since he was three years old.

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    Posted at 7:50am.

     - JAG lawyer, speaking to my husband’s plant during Sexual Assault Prevention Month. (via circusbones)

    Posted at 6:22pm.

    Yes, false rape accusations happen. Run the protocol anyway. I’ve heard that perhaps the military has the highest number of ‘em. True or not, RUN THE PROTOCOL ANYWAY. Because in 15 years of investigating rape accusations, I can count those that panned out as false on one hand. Meanwhile, the one time I almost skipped the protocol, the one time I almost didn’t believe a petty officer, because I was naive as an investigator and a young woman, because her commanding officer described her as “a party girl, always late, always out drinking, don’t bother with this one”, she turned out to be the victim of one of the most brutal assaults I’ve ever investigated. She shouldn’t have still been -alive-, let alone up and making the accusation. So let me repeat: five false accounts in fifteen years. And one time I almost failed a woman ‘cause of the bullshit way it’s normal to talk about us. Take your shipmates’ word, and then run the protocol. Every. Single. Time.

    wilwheaton:

    kellysue:

    themightyglamazon:

    your-snowflake:

    cherrispryte:

    Fred McFeely Rogers (March 20, 1928 – February 27, 2003)

    I’m gonna reblog this every time.

    Fred Rogers Real Actual Guardian of Childhood.

    This chokes me up Every. Time. 

    I just now realized that when I was a little kid, Mister Rogers built the foundation of Wheaton’s Law in my fragile, eggshell mind.

    (Source: lemonyandbeatrice)

    Posted at 6:18pm.

    chocoholicannanymous:

    imaginetrilobites:

    Glee logic.

    Blaine auditions for Tony even though he made it clear he won’t, Kurt’s reaction: “Whatever I’d be a horrible Tony anyway”.

    Blaine sexually assaults Kurt, his reaction: “Well beats that time you were drunk and made out with…

    (Source: april12th1961)

    Posted at 6:14pm.

    obsessivekumpulsivereadr:

    Oh, we can’t forget about Tom Hardy either (it was Tom Hardy right?)

    He’s probably Blaine’s ONE celebrity that he’s allowed to sleep with… and then when Kurt tries to tell him about his own “ONE”… Blaine would start pouting because the idea of Kurt having a “ONE”…

    (Source: obsessivecompulsivereadr)

    Posted at 6:10pm.

    Posted at 6:08pm.

    fyiklainesucks:

    ranwing:

    aries31-snowdrop:

    ukeobsessed:

    I know I say this a lot but I wanted to say it now as a seperte post.

    Blaine does NOT deserve to be called Kurts hero for taking the slushy! Because there was nothing to truley save Kurt from. Now before you lose your brains(Klainers):

    Blaine is shorter than Kurt. Argo, the slushy wouldn’t have gone in his eyes(they weren’t trying to blind anyone and Sebastian isn’t totally evil) it would have ruined his clouths! Which is a more likely target for them to go after. But in typical Glee fashion they dramatise everything and make it so the Warblers are evil and that Blaine is an even greater charcter than Klainers and Blaine stan already think he is. And they made it to where intead of just the eye patch they make it so he can’t walk. Like what? If Darren had to leave they should have pushed him down some stairs *just sayin that’s more bealiveable*.

    The whole plot device was so Darren could leave and  do a stunt-castng on Broadway, and so his character needed to be off screen….

    I completely agree, Sebastian wasn’t being “evil” here but just his normal jerky, asshat self by wanting to ruin Kurt’s clothes…….

    Again, let’s point out  the fact that Sebastian was spending some “extra” effort and time to get at Kurt. Kurtbastian goggles.

    Moving on

    Taking a slushy isn’t really that “heroic.” Almost everyone in the Glee Club has been been slushied at one point or another.It is a part of their normal level of bullying they faced everyday. The only exception to that is Blaine, who up to that point had had never been mocked/slushied

    Blane didn’t know about the rock salt, when he stepped in. He only got hurt because of the height difference, between him and Kurt. That’s all.

    Blaine may have  been thinking of Kurt’ (for once) but in his mind’s eye it wasn’t going to be a “sacrifice.”——he wasn’t going to lose anything by it.

    Let’s compare this with some Kurt moments

    1)  Purposely losing a  diva contest to protect his dad from dealing with the reaction of homophobic dicks.

    2)  Telling Azimio and  Dave to leave Tina alone and pick on him instead, though he could have gotten seriously injured

    3) Taking a sluishie for Finn, to save his reputation

    4) Not doing a duet with Sam so he wouldn’t  get bullied for singing  with the “gay boy”

    In these situations, Kurt purposely put himself at risk, or lost something in order to protect others.……that is not the same thing as what Blaine did .

    Kurt is the heroic one.

    Let’s also not forget that Sebastian would never have had reason to target Kurt if it weren’t for Blaine playing coy, keeping in contact that kept Sebastian’s interest on him but not letting Sebastian get what he wanted. It was Blaine’s own fault that Kurt ended up in Sebastian’s crosshairs.

    Re-re-blogging for this piece of TRUTH.

    Posted at 12:47pm.

    fyiklainesucks:

ranwing:

aries31-snowdrop:

ukeobsessed:

I know I say this a lot but I wanted to say it now as a seperte post.
Blaine does NOT deserve to be called Kurts hero for taking the slushy! Because there was nothing to truley save Kurt from. Now before you lose your brains(Klainers):
Blaine is shorter than Kurt. Argo, the slushy wouldn’t have gone in his eyes(they weren’t trying to blind anyone and Sebastian isn’t totally evil) it would have ruined his clouths! Which is a more likely target for them to go after. But in typical Glee fashion they dramatise everything and make it so the Warblers are evil and that Blaine is an even greater charcter than Klainers and Blaine stan already think he is. And they made it to where intead of just the eye patch they make it so he can’t walk. Like what? If Darren had to leave they should have pushed him down some stairs *just sayin that’s more bealiveable*.

The whole plot device was so Darren could leave and  do a stunt-castng on Broadway, and so his character needed to be off screen….
I completely agree, Sebastian wasn’t being “evil” here but just his normal jerky, asshat self by wanting to ruin Kurt’s clothes…….
Again, let’s point out  the fact that Sebastian was spending some “extra” effort and time to get at Kurt. Kurtbastian goggles.
Moving on
Taking a slushy isn’t really that “heroic.” Almost everyone in the Glee Club has been been slushied at one point or another.It is a part of their normal level of bullying they faced everyday. The only exception to that is Blaine, who up to that point had had never been mocked/slushied
Blane didn’t know about the rock salt, when he stepped in. He only got hurt because of the height difference, between him and Kurt. That’s all.
Blaine may have  been thinking of Kurt’ (for once) but in his mind’s eye it wasn’t going to be a “sacrifice.”——he wasn’t going to lose anything by it.
Let’s compare this with some Kurt moments
1)  Purposely losing a  diva contest to protect his dad from dealing with the reaction of homophobic dicks.
2)  Telling Azimio and  Dave to leave Tina alone and pick on him instead, though he could have gotten seriously injured
3) Taking a sluishie for Finn, to save his reputation
4) Not doing a duet with Sam so he wouldn’t  get bullied for singing  with the “gay boy”
In these situations, Kurt purposely put himself at risk, or lost something in order to protect others.……that is not the same thing as what Blaine did .
Kurt is the heroic one.

Let’s also not forget that Sebastian would never have had reason to target Kurt if it weren’t for Blaine playing coy, keeping in contact that kept Sebastian’s interest on him but not letting Sebastian get what he wanted. It was Blaine’s own fault that Kurt ended up in Sebastian’s crosshairs.


Re-re-blogging for this piece of TRUTH.