Posted 6 hours ago
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marvelmaster616:

Next level Wonder Woman cos-player.

marvelmaster616:

Next level Wonder Woman cos-player.

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Posted 13 hours ago

frantzfandom:

if you’re a grown ass man and you look at a sixteen year old girl as anything but a child the problem is with you, not with what she’s wearing

Unless of course she’s wearing full tactical combat gear and carrying an AK-47, in which case she is what she is and you should shoot first.
Posted 15 hours ago

Dear Scotland,

iandsharman:

thedragonofwhi:

iandsharman:

Personally, I completely sympathise with you not wanting to be ruled by a bunch of Eton educated Tory millionaires in London…I don’t want to be ruled by a bunch of Eton educated Tory millionaires in London either. However, I live in Kent, and as much as I’d be eligible for Scottish citizenship thanks to my Glaswegian mother, moving to Scotland might make seeing my kids on weekends and after school a little tricky.

Now, as Kent seceding from the Union isn’t really an option (and, let’s face it, it would end up being a hideous, Tory enclave if it did), I would rather you guys stuck around and helped us chuck these bastards out for good next year.

As I said, I understand you wanting to leave, but please don’t abandon England to perpetual Tory rule. We honestly are better together…we just need to get rid of the Tories first.

Yours sincerely,
A half English/half Scottish leftie living in England.

Dude do some research;
SCOTLAND CAN NOT INFLUENCE ELECTIONS 
There’s only 59 westminister seats for Scotland, out of 650, and Labour only has 41 of them.
No election is won or lost on those numbers. 
To even further prove the point, at the last election May 2010 Scotland voted exactly, EXACTLY like it voted in May 2005.   And look what happened. 
If Scotland is to be the one to ‘hold the Troies off, we did our bit: What the fuck happened England?
No Every time Labour has won an election it’s because of votes from England
On no occasion since 1945 would independence have changed the identity of the winning party and on only two occasions would it have converted a Labour majority into a hung parliament (1964 and October 1974). Without Scotland, Labour would still have won in 1945 (with a majority of 146, down from 143), in 1966 (77, down from 98), in 1997 (139, down from 179), in 2001 (129, down from 167) and in 2005 (43, down from 66).

What you’re peddling is a myth, and a myth that has no value and has been proven wrong so many times before. 
The only way Scotland will gain the government it votes for is by being Independent. 

Actually, I’m completely aware of all of that information. However, the funny thing with politics, and elections in particular, is that just because something has never happened before, doesn’t mean that it can never happen or will never happen. For example, before 2010 we’d never had a coalition government, and some people used this fact, before the election, to say that there was very little chance of it happening. As you say, on two occasions the Scottish vote prevented us from having a hung parliament, and given the result in 2010 and the current closeness of the polls, there’s every chance that the Scottish Labour vote could prevent a hung parliament again in 2015.

Scotland can and has influenced elections, just as you’ve said, in both 1964 and 1974. So who’s peddling the myth here, you or I? When your very own words disprove what you’re saying.

At the end of that day, though, if I was living in Scotland I might well vote for independence. But I’m not and my circumstances are such that I can’t. So all that I can do is ask my Scottish brethren to stand with their partners in the rest of Britain and oust the Tories.

As for what happened in 2010? I think you’ll find that a majority of people voted for parties other than the Tories, voted for parties that they at least believed to be left leaning. And yet the Tories still got in. Nobody’s saying the system ain’t fucked…

It’s still you peddling a myth. 
A hung parliament is not the same as a Tory majority and not the same as, And I quote you here, “perpetual Tory rule”.  A hung parliament would result in a coalition government. It would not of, in your imagined world, resulted in the Tories some how magically gaining power. 
So really? Where you aware of those facts before you shat out your textual diarrhoea? Or are you just now been caught out and on an arse coving exercise? 
I’m thinking it’s the latter rather than the former. 
Because if it was the former you just lied. YOU LIED! You populously mislead and tried to hide the truth.  If you did know of those facts then you knew that without Scotland Labour still can win majority governments.

What you’re saying is that for some reason Scotland has to be held to a higher standard and account than the rest of the UK. That we have to forgo our ideals and ideologies just to ‘mitigate’ the English. 
We have to be kept around as the ineffectual baby sitter, or Carer for England. 
Since 1997 there has been very few tories in Scotland, and yet we have to have a troy Government. Because England voted for it. 
We didn’t vote for it, but we have it. Why the fuck should we suffer for your ineptitude? If England wants a Tory Government the UK gets a Tory Government. If England wants a Labour Government UK gets a Labour Government. 
My point still stands. In 2010 Scotland voted the exact same as 2005, there was nothing more we could do and yet still look what happened. 
You are asking us to stay in a union that does not benefit us, that harms us, that brings us increased child poverty and reliance on food banks, the erosion of workers rights and that has stripped our own elected Scottish government of it’s power of Green energy solely for the benefit of your own pity.  SO that you can sit in your heated home down south and go, well ‘we’re all in it together’. 

No FUCK YOU. Because you’re too fucking lazy to change your system, to go out there and convince the people you live long side to stand up be counted and change things. Well fuck you. 
You don’t fucking like it, well fuck off. Frankly we the people of Scotland IN SCOTLAND, have long waited for the folks down south to get a clue to wake up and bring social justice and change to the UK. You’ve had over 50 years since the end of the Second World War to do it, and what did we get? We got Thatcher. Well now we’re sick of waiting. we’ll do it ourselves. 

And again for more of your lies and faulsehoods I prsent to you Coalition Governments of the UK. And yes I will grant you some of them where because of War, but still, they have happened. And Extra points of 1977, which though wasn’t a full coalition, can still put to rest the idea that ‘Westminster doesn’t do coalitions’

Posted 17 hours ago

Dear Scotland,

iandsharman:

Personally, I completely sympathise with you not wanting to be ruled by a bunch of Eton educated Tory millionaires in London…I don’t want to be ruled by a bunch of Eton educated Tory millionaires in London either. However, I live in Kent, and as much as I’d be eligible for Scottish citizenship thanks to my Glaswegian mother, moving to Scotland might make seeing my kids on weekends and after school a little tricky.

Now, as Kent seceding from the Union isn’t really an option (and, let’s face it, it would end up being a hideous, Tory enclave if it did), I would rather you guys stuck around and helped us chuck these bastards out for good next year.

As I said, I understand you wanting to leave, but please don’t abandon England to perpetual Tory rule. We honestly are better together…we just need to get rid of the Tories first.

Yours sincerely,
A half English/half Scottish leftie living in England.

Dude do some research;
SCOTLAND CAN NOT INFLUENCE ELECTIONS 
There’s only 59 westminister seats for Scotland, out of 650, and Labour only has 41 of them.
No election is won or lost on those numbers. 
To even further prove the point, at the last election May 2010 Scotland voted exactly, EXACTLY like it voted in May 2005.   And look what happened. 
If Scotland is to be the one to ‘hold the Troies off, we did our bit: What the fuck happened England?
No Every time Labour has won an election it’s because of votes from England
On no occasion since 1945 would independence have changed the identity of the winning party and on only two occasions would it have converted a Labour majority into a hung parliament (1964 and October 1974). Without Scotland, Labour would still have won in 1945 (with a majority of 146, down from 143), in 1966 (77, down from 98), in 1997 (139, down from 179), in 2001 (129, down from 167) and in 2005 (43, down from 66).

What you’re peddling is a myth, and a myth that has no value and has been proven wrong so many times before. 
The only way Scotland will gain the government it votes for is by being Independent. 

Posted 1 day ago

dont-panic-zoology:

zoologydragon:

classic-yoshi-fashion:

2000ish:

Monster Rancher

holy shit

I loved Monster Rancher!

Literally haven’t seen that for 20 years…or something..

Loved monster rancher! Can still sing the whole intro. So good

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Posted 1 day ago
Posted 1 day ago

Stop the negativity

iainjcoleman:

I’m thinking more and more about sticking my dick in a blender. In fact, I think I might do it quite soon. It’s my dick, I’ve got every right to stick it in a blender if I choose.

But every time I talk about it, people always try to dissuade me with horror stories of what might happen if I do put my dick in a blender. “it’ll be hideously painful,” they say, “you’ll be maimed for life, you’ll always regret it”.

It’s all so negative. Why can’t they tell me all about their positive vision for me not sticking my dick in a blender? Instead, all they can manage are insulting insinuations that somehow my dick is too small and weak to survive in a perfectly ordinary kitchen blender. Who are they trying to kid?

Quite frankly, until someone can give me some heart-stirring rhetoric about not sticking my dick in a blender, I’m going to go right ahead and do it. And if it does go horribly wrong, well, they should have been more persuasive.

I’ll give them till the 18th of September. Then I’m firing this baby up and dropping my trousers. That’ll show them.

Your analogy is broken, I’ll fix it for you though, 

I’m thinking more and more about taking my dick out of this blender. In fact, I think I might do it quite soon. It’s my dick, I’ve got every right to pull it out of this blender if I choose.

But every time I talk about it, people always try to dissuade me with horror stories of what might happen if I don’t leave my dick in a blender. “it’ll be hideously painful,” they say, “you’ll be maimed for life, you’ll always regret it”, “what about all the other people with their dicks in the blender too?”.

The problem with your analogy is that it’s just wrong. The fact is Independence for Scotland comes with a wide and vary benefits for Scotland and the Scottish people, it’s not a ‘putting a limb in a blender’ type situation, It’s a ‘walking out on an abusive relationship’ type situation, or a ‘sitting down to eat two gallons of ice-cream’ type situation. 
There is a debate to be had, There is a ‘need’ for the unionists to put forth a positive case to convince us to stay.
We know what the future holes in the UK if we stay; More Tories who we didn’t vote for, UKIP who we never vote for, more cuts, more child poverty, more zero-hours contracts and unemployment.  
The Unionists have to come up with a reason why we should want that, why we should look forward to that. 
Just because you’re not smart enough to actually come up with a positive case for the UK, doesn’t mean we should stop asking for one to be put forth.  
Because remember: Silence speaks louder than words 

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