Emily. 19. INFP. Weeaboo at heart. Equally in love with Levi and bakeries.

bakrua:

do you ever just discover a new band

and you listen to their song

and you can tell straight away

 and you just sit there in complete silence as your entire soul shifts and your entire being begins to beat intune to the sudden new music and your entire world opens up to all the new emotions that you’re going to discover jjust by listening to another human’s voice

tofugoddess:

little things that help ease symptoms of depression:

  • turn the lights on and open a window
  • eat something healthy and drink ice cold water
  • find a comforting album to listen to whenever things get bad
  • take a long, relaxing bath
  • do yourself up in full make up and hair
  • be around people, even if you don’t think it will help
  • watch something funny on netflix
  • wear your favorite/most comfortable outfit
  • immerse yourself in a hobby like drawing
  • lose yourself in a really good book or movie

chraystmaseve:

omgoswin:

kylesbogusjourney:

Female privilege is getting to claim a headache to avoid sex.

Female oppression is having to claim physical illness to avoid sex because men won’t take a simple fucking “no” for an answer.

Female oppression is men being so entitled that they think being denied sex is oppressive.

 #OOOO FUCKING OWND YOU GOT FUCKING SLAM DUNKED SON YOU’RE GONNA NEED LIKE TEN FEDORAS TO COVER THAT BRUISE FUCKNUTS

historicallyaccuratesteve:

captainarnerica:

gallifreyfieldsforever:

colonelcaroldanvers:

lywinis:

Here’s something interesting, for all you RPers who ever had a chance to question Steve’s religious denomination/affiliation. All you need to know is in his tags.
The ones shown above are the official dog tags Chris Evans wore from Captain America: The First Avenger. (You can see them swinging when he dives for the dummy grenade, for example.)
Want to know how to read them? It’s pretty simple:
First Name, Initial, Surname
Serial #, tetanus, toxoid, blood type
Next of Kin
Address for next of kin
Address, Religion
Note that little ‘P’ down in the bottom right of the tag.
Steve is Protestant.
We don’t know which denomination, but we do know he isn’t Catholic or Jewish. During World War II, there were only three religions represented on soldier’s dog tags: “During World War II, a dog tag could indicate only one of three religions through the inclusion of one letter: “P” for Protestant, “C” for Catholic, or “H” for Jewish (from the word, “Hebrew”),or (according to at least one source) “NO” to indicate no religious preference.” [Source]
Also, for extra heartbreak, note the lack of address. Steve was alone, completely alone. He had no next of kin, save for perhaps Bucky, and because Bucky was already enlisted, there’s no next of kin or permanent address on the dog tag.
Try not to cry yourself to sleep over that.

question: since steve has no permanent address i would assume bucky doesn’t either, and since there was no indication he has a sister in mcu, where would they be sending that condolence letter the general was talking about? 

of course steve is fucking type O blood
the blood type that can donate to every other blood type

and no one can give him blood, unless they’re his type

I apparently have 1500 words’ worth of thoughts about the notion that Steve is Protestant, and you can read them here because I didn’t want to crash this post if people aren’t actually interested in church history, Protestant privilege, Steve Rogers, and why I think these tags are misprinted/incorrect.

historicallyaccuratesteve:

captainarnerica:

gallifreyfieldsforever:

colonelcaroldanvers:

lywinis:

Here’s something interesting, for all you RPers who ever had a chance to question Steve’s religious denomination/affiliation. All you need to know is in his tags.

The ones shown above are the official dog tags Chris Evans wore from Captain America: The First Avenger. (You can see them swinging when he dives for the dummy grenade, for example.)

Want to know how to read them? It’s pretty simple:

  1. First Name, Initial, Surname
  2. Serial #, tetanus, toxoid, blood type
  3. Next of Kin
  4. Address for next of kin
  5. Address, Religion

Note that little ‘P’ down in the bottom right of the tag.

Steve is Protestant.

We don’t know which denomination, but we do know he isn’t Catholic or Jewish. During World War II, there were only three religions represented on soldier’s dog tags: “During World War II, a dog tag could indicate only one of three religions through the inclusion of one letter: “P” for Protestant, “C” for Catholic, or “H” for Jewish (from the word, “Hebrew”),or (according to at least one source) “NO” to indicate no religious preference.” [Source]

Also, for extra heartbreak, note the lack of address. Steve was alone, completely alone. He had no next of kin, save for perhaps Bucky, and because Bucky was already enlisted, there’s no next of kin or permanent address on the dog tag.

Try not to cry yourself to sleep over that.

question: since steve has no permanent address i would assume bucky doesn’t either, and since there was no indication he has a sister in mcu, where would they be sending that condolence letter the general was talking about? 

of course steve is fucking type O blood

the blood type that can donate to every other blood type

and no one can give him blood, unless they’re his type

I apparently have 1500 words’ worth of thoughts about the notion that Steve is Protestant, and you can read them here because I didn’t want to crash this post if people aren’t actually interested in church history, Protestant privilege, Steve Rogers, and why I think these tags are misprinted/incorrect.