mila kunis just birthed a human and ashton kutcher is over here tweeting about dogs in a stroller and making facebook posts about orgasms

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oh shit mila had her baby this morning!!!!!!! IT’S A GIRL PRAISE GOD

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hey guys, so as many of you know, I sell my photoshop doodles on Society6. recently I’ve stumbled upon a very popular user “thepisforpenis" whose work largely consists of sexual violence against women, as evidenced above.

if you have a minute please consider sending Society6 support an email including his username and asking them to make these images private or better yet, remove the user from the site.

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what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?

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Wanted: Employee for Entry Level Position


The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years experience in a similar role, own their own transport, be related to someone I know and like, be proficient in Excel and kangaroo wrangling, have gold-plated nipples, and be willing to work full hours at minimum wage.

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new stills of Mila Kunis in Tar

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if you’ve recently heard sam smith’s version of “fast car,” which is going around a lot of blogs today (including outofficial)—please, please, please, promise me you will go listen to the original version. it’s not a heartfelt jazz cover about reckless love penned by a white british gay guy. it’s one small but important part of a fucking masterpiece of an album about being a dead broke, young black lesbian struggling to survive in a fucked up, racist country, and yet still daring to believe in love, and revolution, and a better life. 

I have absolutely no quibble with discovering great older work through new covers, or even finding room to love both (or many) versions passionately. (I actually really like sam smith’s album, for whatever that’s worth.) 

but in this case the history of the album is really, really important. it was this startlingly specific piece of art that still resonated enough with enough people in 1988 that it sold millions of copies and was nominated for an album of the year grammy. (which she didn’t win, though she she did take home three, including best new artist and best female pop vocal performance for “fast car”—which also went to #3 on the billboard hot 100, which is sort of impossible to believe but true.)

this album was one of those “i didn’t know we could do that” moments in my young life, and if you’ve never heard it before, i hope you’ll take the time to listen now. it holds up well. too well. 

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fighting with parents F-

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Yellow Flicker Beat - Lorde (from the Mockingjay Part 1 OST)

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someone invite me to ello

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when people ask me ~what i’m working on~ and i say i’m starting a business hell yeah hell yeah hell yeah

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writing a script for our business’s indiegogo campaign is making me feel like i’m on mad men or something

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all i want to do is watch tv and eat soup

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