bdubblevision:

All smiles and great energy this morning during the #bmxgirls session. Snuck this photo of @linzeehale to prove it. #texastoast2014 #austin #bmx (at Texas Toast Jam 2014)

bdubblevision:

All smiles and great energy this morning during the #bmxgirls session. Snuck this photo of @linzeehale to prove it. #texastoast2014 #austin #bmx (at Texas Toast Jam 2014)

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hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

(Source: hooray-anime)

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

hooray-anime:

A letter to Momo - written/directed by Hiroyuki Okiura

please help support me and my music

killuar:

so my notes did a thing

killuar:

so my notes did a thing

chrisynova:

ironicdavestrider:

notallfeminists:

johnnysjetpack:


Pharrell had the beat and he wrote almost every single part of the song.
Thicke: “He wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious of that.”
Williams backed up Thicke’s limited involvement in the writing, adding that he himself wrote those terrible lyrics, and not Thicke, as widely believed/assumed/hoped.
[vmusic.com]

But no one will call him out on it!

The first thing I thought when I read this was: they’ll ignore this. 

This doesn’t get Robin Thicke off the hook though? He supported these lyrics and went along with it. He’s just as much at fault as Pharrell Williams. They’re both rape sympathists.

^^^^^^ THE LAST COMMENT IS TRUE

chrisynova:

ironicdavestrider:

notallfeminists:

johnnysjetpack:

Pharrell had the beat and he wrote almost every single part of the song.

Thicke: “He wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious of that.”

Williams backed up Thicke’s limited involvement in the writing, adding that he himself wrote those terrible lyrics, and not Thicke, as widely believed/assumed/hoped.

[vmusic.com]

But no one will call him out on it!

The first thing I thought when I read this was: they’ll ignore this

This doesn’t get Robin Thicke off the hook though? He supported these lyrics and went along with it. He’s just as much at fault as Pharrell Williams. They’re both rape sympathists.

^^^^^^ THE LAST COMMENT IS TRUE

(via thegirlintheredshoes)

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

fandomcollector:

electrikmoonlight:

mildserendipity:

WTF I LIETERALLY THOUGHT IT WAS ABOUT DOGS UNTIL NOW I AM 20 YEARS OLD

of course it was, why would he actually sing about real dogs and why they got out

No it isn’t. It’s actually talking about the men who predate upon women in clubs, calling them dogs, not ‘ugly women’. Just look at the lyrics:
And tell the fellas stop the name callin’Yepee ah yoThen them girls respond to the callI hear a woman shout outWho let the dogs outWoof, woof, woof, woof, woof
Or if that isn’t clear enough for you that it’s women quite clearly calling the men dogs then read this next bit:
Get back gruffy, mash scruffyGet back you flea infested mongrelNow I tell meh self dem man go get angryAh yepee ah yoTo hear them girls calling them canine
It’s saying that men who attack women for being ‘ugly’ or refuse to leave them alone are worse than stray mongrels! It plainly points out that women do not want or appreciate the attention and so taunt them with the verse of ‘who let the dogs out’ because they are both unable to control themselves and vile little creatures. Learn to do some fucking research.

Oh.

and it only took us 14 years to figure out this song was a feminist song

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

fandomcollector:

electrikmoonlight:

mildserendipity:

WTF I LIETERALLY THOUGHT IT WAS ABOUT DOGS UNTIL NOW I AM 20 YEARS OLD

of course it was, why would he actually sing about real dogs and why they got out

No it isn’t. It’s actually talking about the men who predate upon women in clubs, calling them dogs, not ‘ugly women’. Just look at the lyrics:

And tell the fellas stop the name callin
Yepee ah yo
Then them girls respond to the call
I hear a woman shout out
Who let the dogs out
Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof

Or if that isn’t clear enough for you that it’s women quite clearly calling the men dogs then read this next bit:

Get back gruffy, mash scruffy
Get back you flea infested mongrel
Now I tell meh self dem man go get angry
Ah yepee ah yo
To hear them girls calling them canine

It’s saying that men who attack women for being ‘ugly’ or refuse to leave them alone are worse than stray mongrels! It plainly points out that women do not want or appreciate the attention and so taunt them with the verse of ‘who let the dogs out’ because they are both unable to control themselves and vile little creatures. Learn to do some fucking research.

Oh.

and it only took us 14 years to figure out this song was a feminist song

(Source: ruinedchildhood, via thegirlintheredshoes)

hooray-anime:

Sanzoku no Musume Ronja - Directed by Goro Miyazaki

hooray-anime:

Sanzoku no Musume Ronja - Directed by Goro Miyazaki

Sanzoku no Musume Ronja - Directed by Goro Miyazaki

Sanzoku no Musume Ronja - Directed by Goro Miyazaki

Sanzoku no Musume Ronja - Directed by Goro Miyazaki