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robelessd:

Forest Nymph: A trilogy 



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momdiggity:

teganfeatsara:

1. The End of Evangelion: 1997

2. Adventure Time: 2014

FUCK DUDE



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Ginger chillin by the booze



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lotoflivingtodo:

typac:

no thank you

GOOD FUCKING BYE TO THAT



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ohnoraptors:

Nendoroid Sakura Kinomoto orders through the GoodSmile Online Shop come with a Sealing Wand (Key Form) Charm. 



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kaibas-pants:

graviga:

the tragic censorship

"if you don’t come with us, we will … continue pointing at you. so there!"



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cruciothatbitch:

kenway:

watch at least the first minute of this

i did not want this video to end



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Women Sort Yourself Out - That Mitchell and Webb Look



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alpackris:

image



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mallotovcocktail:

octoswan:

lokitookthetardisto221b:

octoswan:

so sexist and insecure you can //taste// it

Here’s the thing. They actually did something smart here. In packaging you want something that will catch your target’s attention and with men they are more likely to notice the POTENT that something that just says Daily Formula. and if you just look at the packaging you can see what each gender is typically looking for. (from a business person’s point of view)

Yep! The packaging is playing on the consumer’s desires and fears (like most advertising does) — it’s just hilarious in this instance that it plays on such obvious male insecurities (and, in the case of the women’s packaging, a need to make the font overly feminine lol). It says a lot about our society and how it views these genders, and it’s particularly funny with the two side by side.

women get 90 tablets though

cuz ladies got all kinds of shit going down all the time…or that’s what advertisers would have you believe :o

also they’re not the same kind of vitamin

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my opthomologist put me on eye steroids until we figure out what’s really causing my eye problems. Next week she’ll be dilating my eyes. For now she thinks that it’s just me suddenly developing allergies (it happens) but also threw out scary potentials like “auto-immune” and “systemic” — I sure hope this doesn’t become a house md episode D:

she couldn’t pressure test my eye because it was tearing so much I couldn’t keep it open. I was blubbering and oozing all over the eye examining machine thing lol. My face was literally a miniature waterfall today



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lokitookthetardisto221b:

octoswan:

so sexist and insecure you can //taste// it

Here’s the thing. They actually did something smart here. In packaging you want something that will catch your target’s attention and with men they are more likely to notice the POTENT that something that just says Daily Formula. and if you just look at the packaging you can see what each gender is typically looking for. (from a business person’s point of view)

Yep! The packaging is playing on the consumer’s desires and fears (like most advertising does) — it’s just hilarious in this instance that it plays on such obvious male insecurities (and, in the case of the women’s packaging, a need to make the font overly feminine lol). It says a lot about our society and how it views these genders, and it’s particularly funny with the two side by side.



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so sexist and insecure you can //taste// it



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"MmmmmmMAH!!" Rage turnip



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its butt is a mouth or its face is a butt we’ll never know



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