This memorial day weekend Bevkitto and I are going up to Seattle because a while ago I found out about this really awesome Horror Movie exhibit that has been running at a museum up there! WELL I am finding out more and more about the other exhibits that will be there at the same time and we are…
Ahhhhhhhhhh, I wanna go to this while it’s still up here. Sooooojealous.
This is what I do with Polyvore, y’all. Fashion inspired by History.
Historia naturalis ranarum nostratium (Natural history of the native frogs) by 18th-century German naturalist August Johann Rösel von Rosenhof
As seen in Natural Histories: Extraordinary Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural History Library
Science is Art
When I wanna seem like a cool person, I gush about tv on facebook.
I posted this, like, less than an hour before my boyfriend broke up with me. It immediately exploded, and has been jumping up by ~100 notes every other day or so.
So, it’s like Tumblr is actually in tune with my life.
Or, like, things that I post on Tumblr start to happen irl after.
Best part of being sad about a break up?? I guess?
- student loan debt “crisis.”
- may your college memories last as long as your student loan payments.
- if you’re paying your student loans, you’re doing it wrong.
You get me.
What happen when Pepper Ann tries to buy a comic book?
If you haven’t read Little Feminist - Pepper Ann, you should.
Why is Pepper Ann such a great show? Well, let’s start off with the main character. She’s pizza-eating, tv-watching, comic book-reading, hard rock-loving kind of girl who loves to rollerblade. She’s great at soccer, average in school and worries a lot about being cool. What’s interesting about Pepper Ann is that she’s definitely the most aggressive character in the show, and is never penalized for that. Her lack of feminine passivity is always shown to be a good thing. In fact, the entire show is full of strong-willed females who respect and accept themselves for who they are.
And to think, at the time I always wondered why my mother would never miss watching Pepper Ann with me. I thought it was related to my mother’s red hair, and that all three of us shared a middle name.
Even if it never comes out on DVD, I will find a way for my niece to watch Pepper Ann to her hearts content.