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every time im around someone playing the ukelele im like, “this is the worst thing that has ever happened to me.”

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Happy birthday, B.J.!

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Pikachu hot cakes! 

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'I think we could, it’s a matter of when. It’s a matter of what are those dates, it’s a matter of juggling multiple, successful franchises. Is there a downside to managing multiple, successful franchises? I believe we’re figuring out that there is, which is having the time to do them all. So, at what point do we hold back a franchise or have three or four years between parts of a franchise in order to introduce new ones? Or do you introduce new ones within the body of the films? We’re looking at all those things right now.'

Kevin Feige’s response when asked if Marvel is open to a Black Panther movie or a movie with a female lead.

Excuses. “Matter of when”, “matter of juggling franchises”. But it’s so easy to throw up Ant Man and Guardians of the Galaxy? One movie that nobody wanted and another movie that appears to have no connection at all to the current MCU? But as long as there are white male leads, you can make all the plans you want. Give me a break.

When will it ever be the precise, correct time for a blockbuster superhero movie with a black lead? Or a female lead? Or god forbid a woman of color? When?

Now. The answer is now. The time is now. Get the fuck off your high horse, Kevin Feige, and start acknowledging us as people.

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▸ How To Date:

reallybigsword:

spreadlovenotlies:

Step 1- Buy her pizza.

Step 2- Make her cum.

Step 3 - watch your weak ass relationship fall apart after six weeks when you realize you both have the personalities of an unwashed cheese grater

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$17 / $19

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Every day at the same time, she waits for him. He comes and they go for a walk.

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vuls:

1983 GW100 Tennis Grid Watch

i must have this 

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snk-potato-girl:

jake—from—statefarm:

This is a sea otter with hiccups.  

You’re welcome.

this is a seal

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▸ Naughty Boy defends #FreePalestine tweet with Zayn Mailk

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Producer Naughty Boy admits he and One Direction’s Zayn Malik sent tweets with the hashtag #FreePalestine, not because they are Muslim but because they are “humanitarian”.

Zayn Malik was criticised about his decision to send the tweet last Sunday to his 13 million followers.

But despite comments from fans and the media the singer did not delete it.

Naughty Boy, who’s 29, said artists had a “responsibility” to speak out on Twitter.

The producer, whose real name is Shahid Khan, has been working with One Direction on new track One Chance to Dance and happened to be in the studio with Zayn Malik.

"We did a simultaneous tweet," he told the Asian Network. "We were together a couple of nights ago watching the news and saying how terrible [the conflict between Israel and Hamas] is and we live in a world where all this happens."

Naughty Boy’s track with Sam Smith, La La La, got to number one in the Official Singles Chart and has had more than 350 million views on YouTube.

It was also nominated for a Brit Award and won best song and best video at the Mobo Award’s 18th Anniversary.

The musician from Watford has also worked with Britney Spears, Lily Allen, Emeli Sande and Katy Perry.

"It’s not about being Muslim it’s about being a humanitarian," he said. "If you look at the reaction it has had 250,000 re-tweets and about 90% of those comments are positive."

The producer became friends with Malik after meeting at the Brit Awards.

He says they have a lot in common, like “being Muslim and being from a Pakistani working-class background”.

He said: "We are educated on the subject and the history of Palestine; so we have a responsibility as we are creating an awareness about highlighting children dying. Zayn’s biggest fan base is teenage girls so it’s good to highlight."

His tweet prompted a response from upset One Direction fans in Israel using the hashtag #ZaynYouHaveFansinIsrael.

Naughty Boy denied he was taking sides in the conflict.

He said: "It’s just more about being a human being. If I saw that going on in Israel, the amount of women and children being killed, that is just too shocking."

BBC Newsbeat

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realslimzayn:

ZAYNS FASHION STYLE SHITS ON UR HOMELESS FAVE

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bowielegged:

just popping in to say that i want zayn to set me on fire 

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