Humorously done but it brings up a very good point about the song. (And I like how the guys immediately reacted, “Wow, dude, that’s not okay.”)
Seriously, even as like a ten year old I knew that line was just wrong.I like how they beat the shit out of the rapist at the end. We need more humor on the side against rape like this video.
IM SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER MORE LIKE THESE LIL SHITS WENT TO HARVARD
or maybe theyre the first demon created by lucifer
Is that ? ….. omg it is!
THAT MAKES SO MUCH SENSE
Oh holy shit.
You’re much stronger than you think you are
I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.
Twitter: The Comic is a collection of comics based on the greatest tweets of our generation. The source material is used verbatim, typos and all. Despite the seemingly random nature of the tweets, the comic has reoccurring characters and story arcs that aren’t fully understood unless experienced through a single reading. With explicit permission from the writers of each comic, Twitter: The Comic could be a pretty rad book.
this is the greatest thing I have ever seen
People are boycotting Kraft just because of this one ad
my therapist asked me what makes me happy and I said performing exorcisms and she just looked at me and said ‘and that’s why you’re in therapy’
THL #19 - The Good Nudes and Bad Nudes
Another logistical argument, sorry.
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a bit of background on this strip.
when I was younger, my hippie-ish parents were into nudist colonies. from eight years old to my earliest teenage years, my parents would drag me out there every weekend.
I hated it there. there were very few kids my age, and we were all damned if we cooperated with this nude thing. but all the adults were there, hanging out in more ways than one. it seemed bizarre to me, and I was deeply ashamed of going.
regardless, living at such a place would definitely impact me one way or another. being a kid in a nudist colony was a tough go when you’re trying to learn about your sexuality, but perhaps it made me see things in a way that would inevitably lead to me doing a comic like sexy losers.
one of the things that clothes were No Big Deal. outside of the camp, clothes determined everything about you, your clothes were your social identity. but when everyone is naked, there were no more groups and divisions, and everyone was the same.
back in the real world, it always puzzled me why someone’s clothes would be the blame for something. especially rape. at the nudist colony, I saw a lot of naked people just doing living stuff. swimming, sunbathing, playing chess, talking at a bar, dancing, cooking, playing tennis, you name it. I also happened to see a lot of penises too. and never, ever, did I see anyone with a boner. ever.
so if men in the real world couldn’t control themselves if they saw a woman in “slutty” clothing, how come they can control themselves if everyone’s freaking naked? this inconsistency couldn’t be explained unless that idea that clothes “ask for it” was complete and utter bull. men can handle the clothing. they’re just looking for a way to victim blame.
anyways, that’s where this strip came from.
i work at home depot and yesterday i decided to pick up some possible paint colors for future living arrangements and loved this swatch
especially this one
which once you crop it comes out to be this color online
and i kept wondering…where have i seen that color before when it dawned on me.
you can never truly leave