I am a Fan Girl hear me ASDFGHJKL:

arkytiorforemancampbell:

puzzlesdiscordedhome:

darning-socks:

Additional stages preceding Stage 4 include, but are not limited to:

  • the scene phase
  • meme-loving fuck
  • incessant roleplayer
  • brainwashed democrat

I’ve hit somewhere between stages 3 and 4

i’m an incessant roleplayer meme-loving fandom fuck and i will always be. bite me.

julialost:

they keep asking but the anwser quite simple actually

whoisaphrodis:

<3
ilovecharts:

A Map of the Introvert’s Heart
This week, Gemma outlines The Freelancer Artist’s Food Pyramid.
age 11: worry about internet people finding me in real life
now: worry about people in real life finding me on the internet
collegehumor:

*Creating Content*
5 different comics by 5 different illustrators.
Finish reading If The World Worked Like the Internet Thinks it Does

collegehumor:

*Creating Content*

5 different comics by 5 different illustrators.

Finish reading If The World Worked Like the Internet Thinks it Does

veganspartyharder:

buzzfeed:

Important reminder: Everyone on the internet is a real person.

Go read this. It’s really important.

Be kind to one another.

Pretty much the only decent buzzfeed article Ive seen in forever

Have the newlyweds got on facebook yet? They seem to have tried (and crashed) everything else on the internet.

darthstitch:

OH NO.

NO. NO. NO. NO. NO.

So okay, they decided to just have the one FB page, because seriously, the minute they tried to sign up for FB, they got an actual call from the FB CEO begging them to please not crash the website.  Apparently, they got the heads-up from Tumblr staff so… fine.

Bucky’s also using FB to track down his sisters and it turns out, Becky is still alive and hey, GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN OMG STEVE!

So yeah, Uncles Bucky and Steve have gotten in touch with that side of the family and promptly been handed babies, toddlers and small kids, all of which who kinda think Captain America and Sgt. Barnes are pretty neat.

the-fault-in-our-youtubers:

the internet summed up in one gif set

tardiscrash:

Let’s be real, in a time before the internet people didn’t have more adventures and make more meaningful connections. They watched TV and listened to CDs. Before that they listened to records and read magazines. Before that they listened to the radio and read bad dime novels. Before that they embroidered or some shit.

People have been staying inside and ignoring other people for as long as there have been buildings. 

madhatterin221b:

iamspacetoast:

vicesandvessel:

madhatterin221b:

'girls don't have to clear their internet history'

let me explain you a thing

of course girls don’t have to clear their internet history
girls are smart enough to use an incognito window

I garuntre you 60% of people in general let alone girls don’t know how to use an incognito window

do you. do you garuntre me.

"Internet friendship is not real"

Reblog if this is a lie and you have made amazing friends on the internet.

miss-evening:

komeada420:

deathpoolquinn:

madhatterin221b:

'girls don't have to clear their internet history'

let me explain you a thing

image

what

And this:

image

Because we don’t watch porn. We read it.

And our minds are our 1080p HD full screens.

mrs-cheese:

maid-of-monsters:

I kind of love these.

WE DO NOT SOURCE

The internet, like most spaces, is a male dominated place, but the specific wormhole of the web I’d discovered seemed to be the most blatant and accurate display of its masculinity. There was something violent in a faceless man hovering pantsless over the picture of a woman. If I played all the videos at once, in different windows on the screen of my Macbook, that would be the patriarchy given definitive form: hundreds of dicks ejaculating on the faces of women.

Excerpt from I Want to be a Tribute Star. 

You can read the rest of my essay on tribute porn, desire, and masculinity here

(via seemstween)