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May 29 2017

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thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

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thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

May 28 2017

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gingersnapwolves:

this is the funniest fucking moment in all of season two I swear to God, just

Wolfgang popping out like a jack-in-the-box going HEARD YOU WAS TALKING SHIT with that excited look on his face like IT’S TIME FOR A BEATDOWN I can’t get over the look on his face in that second panel

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gingersnapwolves:

this is the funniest fucking moment in all of season two I swear to God, just

Wolfgang popping out like a jack-in-the-box going HEARD YOU WAS TALKING SHIT with that excited look on his face like IT’S TIME FOR A BEATDOWN I can’t get over the look on his face in that second panel

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corbinnobleu:

trashytwotimes:

du-hjarta-skulblaka:

I hate these things but im honestly desperate

Interview Thursday ^.^

🙏🏾🙏🏾

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corbinnobleu:

trashytwotimes:

du-hjarta-skulblaka:

I hate these things but im honestly desperate

Interview Thursday ^.^

🙏🏾🙏🏾

thenatsdorf:

Making biscuits with Gordon Ramsay.

thenatsdorf:

Making biscuits with Gordon Ramsay.

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itshiddleskittles:

awesome-picz:

Two Dogs Get A New Puppy And Now They’re The Best Sleeping Buddies Ever.

Such love & friendship

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itshiddleskittles:

awesome-picz:

Two Dogs Get A New Puppy And Now They’re The Best Sleeping Buddies Ever.

Such love & friendship

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elle woods is autistic

shrewreadings:

chibifukurou:

ayellowbirds:

thequeerwithoutfear:

  • singleminded and incredibly dedicated to whatever it is she’s focused on at the time (gets into and then goes to law school to get back warner, even though it breaks with everything she’s done in her life up until that point)
  • incredibly knowledgeable about her chosen point of interest (”it’s impossible to use half-loop top stitching on low-viscosity rayon”)
  • has a dog who’s permitted to live with her on campus and go to court with her, and who completes daily-living tasks like fetching mail (i’m calling it: bruiser’s a service dog)
  • relies on routine and an established set of coping mechanisms (manicures; tries to schedule social events to maintain some sort of consistency) 
  • struggles with social cues (for instance, the way she delivers her introduction when she first arrives at school, the way she interacts with warner)
  • is incredibly smart (got a 179 on the LSATs) but struggles in school — has difficulty keeping track of her assignments (first day in stromwell’s class), has difficulty answering questions on the spot in class (”do they always do that? put you on the spot like that?”)
  • struggles with codeswitching in different environments (with her friends in LA, in the classroom, with the other harvard students, in court, etc)
  • when she does try to institute a change like this, she does it overly dramatically; she over-plays it — see: the outfit she wears for her first day of classes 
  • that line also — ”i totally look the part!” — that idea that what she wears, says, and does are largely performative (maybe also she’s trying to pass?)
  • uses overly formal or informal language; language inappropriate to the context (”and i am fully amenable to that discussion” when warner is breaking up with her; the ‘valley girl’ language she uses at harvard)
  • has difficulty identifying sarcasm and mocking (the costume party)
  • is set up in the narrative as out of place in her social environment 
  • the narrative about elle ultimately winning the case because she uses her existing skills, knowledge base, and passion rather than What She Learned In Law School ™ is also, like, a really strong neurodiversity narrative   
  • i love her and i only care about autistic characters, so she must be autistic
  • she’d be a textbook example of the sort of woman who falls through the cracks in diagnosing autism, if the textbooks didn’t fail so egregiously in regards to diagnosing women.

    @reesa-chan

    This is an awesome interpretation of which I had heretofore not thought. 

    elle woods is autistic

    shrewreadings:

    chibifukurou:

    ayellowbirds:

    thequeerwithoutfear:

    • singleminded and incredibly dedicated to whatever it is she’s focused on at the time (gets into and then goes to law school to get back warner, even though it breaks with everything she’s done in her life up until that point)
    • incredibly knowledgeable about her chosen point of interest (”it’s impossible to use half-loop top stitching on low-viscosity rayon”)
    • has a dog who’s permitted to live with her on campus and go to court with her, and who completes daily-living tasks like fetching mail (i’m calling it: bruiser’s a service dog)
    • relies on routine and an established set of coping mechanisms (manicures; tries to schedule social events to maintain some sort of consistency) 
    • struggles with social cues (for instance, the way she delivers her introduction when she first arrives at school, the way she interacts with warner)
    • is incredibly smart (got a 179 on the LSATs) but struggles in school — has difficulty keeping track of her assignments (first day in stromwell’s class), has difficulty answering questions on the spot in class (”do they always do that? put you on the spot like that?”)
    • struggles with codeswitching in different environments (with her friends in LA, in the classroom, with the other harvard students, in court, etc)
    • when she does try to institute a change like this, she does it overly dramatically; she over-plays it — see: the outfit she wears for her first day of classes 
    • that line also — ”i totally look the part!” — that idea that what she wears, says, and does are largely performative (maybe also she’s trying to pass?)
    • uses overly formal or informal language; language inappropriate to the context (”and i am fully amenable to that discussion” when warner is breaking up with her; the ‘valley girl’ language she uses at harvard)
  • has difficulty identifying sarcasm and mocking (the costume party)
  • is set up in the narrative as out of place in her social environment 
  • the narrative about elle ultimately winning the case because she uses her existing skills, knowledge base, and passion rather than What She Learned In Law School ™ is also, like, a really strong neurodiversity narrative   
  • i love her and i only care about autistic characters, so she must be autistic
  • she’d be a textbook example of the sort of woman who falls through the cracks in diagnosing autism, if the textbooks didn’t fail so egregiously in regards to diagnosing women.

    @reesa-chan

    This is an awesome interpretation of which I had heretofore not thought. 

    lesbianium-z:

    casdcan:

    real talk my mom never invaded my privacy, always knocked and waited for my “come in” instead of barging into my room, never tried to read my texts or journals or notes, and I always came to her with sensitive subjects; to the point of telling her I lost my virginity the /day/ I lost my virginity

    what I’m saying is: respect your kids’ privacy and they will come to you with shit you’re worried about them doing

    take it from someone raised the opposite; not respecting your kid’s privacy and rooting thru all of their shit, making them feel paranoid etc, will just turn them into a very good liar who withholds everything/makes up convincing stories and is really good at hiding things from you right under your nose.

    lesbianium-z:

    casdcan:

    real talk my mom never invaded my privacy, always knocked and waited for my “come in” instead of barging into my room, never tried to read my texts or journals or notes, and I always came to her with sensitive subjects; to the point of telling her I lost my virginity the /day/ I lost my virginity

    what I’m saying is: respect your kids’ privacy and they will come to you with shit you’re worried about them doing

    take it from someone raised the opposite; not respecting your kid’s privacy and rooting thru all of their shit, making them feel paranoid etc, will just turn them into a very good liar who withholds everything/makes up convincing stories and is really good at hiding things from you right under your nose.

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