screamandshout:

nintendard999:

screamandshout:

"you’ll need to know this math formula later in life"

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It should say:

"You lied TO SOME PEOPLE. Because some people are not going into a STEM field. For people who are, that formula is the basis of some part of their studies and they have to know it by heart to do everything else.

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josephsk:

brycewestgaard

Pokémon protagonists with their lower halves replaced by their counterparts of the opposite gender.

Here is the source for the male protagonists done by @urizanejyoutyu.

I thought I’d give a go at it too so I did a 2nd one for the female protagonists.

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"Do not call the shorts white trash! Look at this! Look at this! Look what I can do!"

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shsluckomaeda:

shinyblackgreninja:

Kirby is very easily my favorite nintendo character, and it’s because they’re so simple.  Kirby literally just eats and fights for justice.  No romance, no complex and tragic backstory.  Literally just a pink puff ball that does the right thing and kicks ass.

Fucking love Kirby

Seriously, how can you hate someone who solves their problems by eating them?

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lumos5001:

officialhermitsunited:

i-am-an-adult-i-swear:

ashkenazi-autie:

ilovepeoplethattalktocameras:

Have we ever discussed the fact that 2001 - 2012 Disney channel’s shows all had strong female leads, with the exception of Zack and Cody but they had a black man in charge, a smart poor white blonde girl and a dumb rich Asian so still beautifully diverse.

Disney was 100% female empowerment and showed diversity. Who did they employ to create the shit they have today?

Of the shows with girls as leads, two of them were POC and their heritage was actively acknowledged throughout the show.
We have a Wizards of Waverly Place episode featuring a quincenera and we have That’s So Raven, which actually did a lot to talk about body image and addressed the issue of antiblack racism.

These shows were gold.

That’s so raven also did an episode with a character from wizards about jewish culture and how it isn’t all about money, and Lizzie had all kinds of important messages on the tween girls coming of age, like that one time with the bra shopping

what the hell happened Disney Channel? you obviously are capable of making decent tv shows…

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