Vagenesis
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The only traditions worth saving are the ones you create.

The rites of passage

At any instance you can completely change your life.

But we are creatures of habit.

Mine include drawing dicks and burgers.

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Song: Work It (Remix)
Artist: Missy Elliott- DjSliink X DjFresh X Nadus X DjRell
Played: 95,507 times.

girlannachronism:

Cannot get enough of the Missy Elliott remix from tonight’s Proenza Schouler fall 2014 show!

2 hours ago on September 2nd | J | 7,958 notes

female raps of the 2000s

2 hours ago on September 2nd | J | 8,391 notes
flyartproductions:

Just make sure you ahead of the game
Kiyomitsu II, Torii Kiyomine / Work It, Missy Elliott

flyartproductions:

Just make sure you ahead of the game

Kiyomitsu II, Torii Kiyomine / Work It, Missy Elliott

2 hours ago on September 2nd | J | 11,784 notes
me: republicans and democrats are both useless
dad: yeah, right on
me: both parties are ineffective, minor factional splits within the same general ideology, and their representatives are completely out of touch with the average person's reality
dad: yeah, I guess
me: the only thing that can save us now is absolute revolution
dad: wait what
me: we start by dismantling white supremacy and patriarchal hierarchies, adopting the practice of decolonization, while simultaneously retiring capitalism and private property, and redistributing all wealth and resources
dad: no stop-
me:
2 hours ago on September 1st | J | 27,675 notes
sixpenceee:

And here they are:
Thermoception:  Ability to sense heat and cold. Thermoceptors in the brain are used for monitoring internal body temperature.
Proprioception: The sense of where your body parts are located relevant to each other. 
Chronoception: Sense of the passing of time. Your body has an internal clock. 
Equilibrioception:  The sense that allows you to keep your balance and sense body movement in terms of acceleration and directional changes. 
Magentoception:  This is the ability to detect magnetic fields. Unlike most birds, humans do not have a strong magentoception, however, experiments have demonstrated that we do tend to have some sense of magnetic fields. 
Tension Sensors:  These are found in such places as your muscles and allow the brain the ability to monitor muscle tension.
Nociception:  In a word, pain.  This was once thought to simply be the result of overloading other senses, such as “touch”, but it has it’s own unique sensory system.  There are three distinct types of pain receptors: cutaneous (skin), somatic (bones and joints), and visceral (body organs).
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sixpenceee:

And here they are:

Thermoception:  Ability to sense heat and cold. Thermoceptors in the brain are used for monitoring internal body temperature.

Proprioception: The sense of where your body parts are located relevant to each other. 

Chronoception: Sense of the passing of time. Your body has an internal clock. 

Equilibrioception:  The sense that allows you to keep your balance and sense body movement in terms of acceleration and directional changes. 

Magentoception:  This is the ability to detect magnetic fields. Unlike most birds, humans do not have a strong magentoception, however, experiments have demonstrated that we do tend to have some sense of magnetic fields. 

Tension Sensors:  These are found in such places as your muscles and allow the brain the ability to monitor muscle tension.

Nociception:  In a word, pain.  This was once thought to simply be the result of overloading other senses, such as “touch”, but it has it’s own unique sensory system.  There are three distinct types of pain receptors: cutaneous (skin), somatic (bones and joints), and visceral (body organs).

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boychic:

"im not racist i hate everyone equally" yeah, hey buddy how’s the sixth grade goin

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alphasandassociates:

deezyville:

officialalltimelow:

*whispers* Its almost hoodie season

Which means stick to well lit and highly populated areas at night if you’re Black.

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noiseymusic:

We Got Kitty Pryde to Interview Hopsin, Her Least Favorite Rapper
I pride myself on my eternal optimism. The only condition to my permanently positive attitude is the need for a scapegoat; I can turn basically any frown upside-down as long as I have one solitary being to blame all the frowns on. I’m not sure why I chose Hopsin to play Rap Game Satan for the past year, but ever since I hit like 10,000 followers on Twitter I’ve been trying to cultivate a very public rap beef between us, and he’s been infuriatingly unresponsive to every dis. Not a single tweet, never a head-nod; when I saw him live in Orlando (a show where he was booed, dropped by a crowd of bros during a crowdsurfing attempt, and eventually arrested) he didn’t even glance a corny anime-club eyeball my way. On my birthday, I had the opportunity to interview him over the phone. I knew it could go one of two ways—either he would call me out for being needlessly bitchy online, or he would have no idea who I was and give me the opportunity to trick him into saying something really stupid. I read and researched. I knew exactly what he’d say. I anticipated feeling really good about myself after the entire ordeal. I was gonna go out for dumplings afterward. Instead, I was forced to do what my Sunday school teacher called “soul-searching.” Because it turns out that Hopsin is actually really nice.
[Thought Commentary in Italics]
Noisey: Hi Hopsin, it’s Kitty Pryde from Noisey. [I got all clammy at the prospect of actually saying his name out loud.]What’s up Katie, how you doing? 
[I smiled. He had no idea who I am.]
I just have a few questions to ask you. I think you’re really really interesting. [Diss. I tried.]Thanks!
First of all, where did you get your rap name? How did you think of it?[I prayed he would give me the same answer he’d given so many hip hop magazines- “I am the hip-“HOP” “SIN”-ister — That’s where my name came from.”  In reality, Hopson is his actual last name, and he made up that corny line. This was my first call-out plan.]It’s my last name; my rap name is my last name. Keeping it simple, I just figured cause it has the word hop in it, and hip-hop…so it has a nice little ring to it, so I just stuck with Hopsin.
Th….that’s cool….it reminds me of….bunnies….do you ever think about that? [Obviously, I wasn’t prepared to hear the truth. In a state of confusion and panic, my mind went straight to bunnies. Not surprising.]Bunnies. [laughs] I hop around a lot as well so it works to my benefit…sorry if you can’t hear me; theres a lot of wind over here.
No it’s ok, I do this a lot. I also just wanted to ask you how you started rapping? [No, I’ve never done this, ever. I also don’t care how you started rapping, but I didn’t know what to ask next and this is the question that every dumb blog interviewer asks me right off the bat. I hoped for a long boring story that would leave me time to plan.]It was back in 2000, 2001, I was just making a lot of parody songs, parodies of songs that were already out on the radio and stuff. I would watch MAD TV and Saturday Night Live and just do what they did. I actually developed lyrical skill over time, and I just started writing originals, and it was a lot of fun so I just decided it was something I wanted to do with my life and I just started doing it, back in high school.
[That’s when it hit me- he was trolling me. He knew exactly who I was, and he was going to give answers mirroring my own from every interview I’d ever done. He was plotting something more evil than I could have ever dreamt up on my own, and I had no idea what it was. My heart sank…my hate-magnet was beating me at my own game.]

How old were you? How old are you now, actually? [If he answered “13,” “15,” or, “Don’t worry about it”….that’s how I would know for sure.]I’m 27. When I started it was 13 years ago; I was 14.
So you’ve devoted half your life to the game?Yeah I have.
That’s admirable. [It was. I was half impressed, half ashamed for being impressed. I thought about punching myself in the face, but I was surrounded by VICE writers, so I knew it would show up online somewhere. You have to think about these things.]I love it though, it’s fun.
Do you ever get in arguments? I know you had that whole Odd Future thing but I’m not talking about that, I’m just talking about anybody else that you have beef with? [I plucked petals from an imaginary daisy. He hates me….he hates me not….he hates me…]Nah, not really. I don’t have any beef with any rapper.
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noiseymusic:

We Got Kitty Pryde to Interview Hopsin, Her Least Favorite Rapper

I pride myself on my eternal optimism. The only condition to my permanently positive attitude is the need for a scapegoat; I can turn basically any frown upside-down as long as I have one solitary being to blame all the frowns on. I’m not sure why I chose Hopsin to play Rap Game Satan for the past year, but ever since I hit like 10,000 followers on Twitter I’ve been trying to cultivate a very public rap beef between us, and he’s been infuriatingly unresponsive to every dis. Not a single tweet, never a head-nod; when I saw him live in Orlando (a show where he was booed, dropped by a crowd of bros during a crowdsurfing attempt, and eventually arrested) he didn’t even glance a corny anime-club eyeball my way. On my birthday, I had the opportunity to interview him over the phone. I knew it could go one of two ways—either he would call me out for being needlessly bitchy online, or he would have no idea who I was and give me the opportunity to trick him into saying something really stupid. I read and researched. I knew exactly what he’d say. I anticipated feeling really good about myself after the entire ordeal. I was gonna go out for dumplings afterward. Instead, I was forced to do what my Sunday school teacher called “soul-searching.” Because it turns out that Hopsin is actually really nice.

[Thought Commentary in Italics]

Noisey: Hi Hopsin, it’s Kitty Pryde from Noisey. [I got all clammy at the prospect of actually saying his name out loud.]
What’s up Katie, how you doing? 

[I smiled. He had no idea who I am.]

I just have a few questions to ask you. I think you’re really really interesting. [Diss. I tried.]
Thanks!

First of all, where did you get your rap name? How did you think of it?[I prayed he would give me the same answer he’d given so many hip hop magazines- “I am the hip-“HOP” “SIN”-ister — That’s where my name came from.”  In reality, Hopson is his actual last name, and he made up that corny line. This was my first call-out plan.]
It’s my last name; my rap name is my last name. Keeping it simple, I just figured cause it has the word hop in it, and hip-hop…so it has a nice little ring to it, so I just stuck with Hopsin.

Th….that’s cool….it reminds me of….bunnies….do you ever think about that? [Obviously, I wasn’t prepared to hear the truth. In a state of confusion and panic, my mind went straight to bunnies. Not surprising.]
Bunnies. [laughs] I hop around a lot as well so it works to my benefit…sorry if you can’t hear me; theres a lot of wind over here.

No it’s ok, I do this a lot. I also just wanted to ask you how you started rapping? [No, I’ve never done this, ever. I also don’t care how you started rapping, but I didn’t know what to ask next and this is the question that every dumb blog interviewer asks me right off the bat. I hoped for a long boring story that would leave me time to plan.]
It was back in 2000, 2001, I was just making a lot of parody songs, parodies of songs that were already out on the radio and stuff. I would watch MAD TV and Saturday Night Live and just do what they did. I actually developed lyrical skill over time, and I just started writing originals, and it was a lot of fun so I just decided it was something I wanted to do with my life and I just started doing it, back in high school.

[That’s when it hit me- he was trolling me. He knew exactly who I was, and he was going to give answers mirroring my own from every interview I’d ever done. He was plotting something more evil than I could have ever dreamt up on my own, and I had no idea what it was. My heart sank…my hate-magnet was beating me at my own game.]

How old were you? How old are you now, actually? [If he answered “13,” “15,” or, “Don’t worry about it”….that’s how I would know for sure.]
I’m 27. When I started it was 13 years ago; I was 14.

So you’ve devoted half your life to the game?
Yeah I have.

That’s admirable. [It was. I was half impressed, half ashamed for being impressed. I thought about punching myself in the face, but I was surrounded by VICE writers, so I knew it would show up online somewhere. You have to think about these things.]
I love it though, it’s fun.

Do you ever get in arguments? I know you had that whole Odd Future thing but I’m not talking about that, I’m just talking about anybody else that you have beef with? [I plucked petals from an imaginary daisy. He hates me….he hates me not….he hates me…]
Nah, not really. I don’t have any beef with any rapper.

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Song: Orion's Belt
Artist: Kitty Pryde ft. Riff Raff
Played: 6,537 times.

ladywarpaint:

Kitty Pryde & Riff Raff - Orion’s Belt

2 hours ago on September 1st | J | 797 notes

Good wifi on the Hogwarts Express this year

thugmissus:

neverknowinglybeserious:

a-hobbit-john:

hiiddles:

wife-of-loki:

MINE IS CRAPPY
WHAT CARRIAGE ARE YOU IN!??!?!

COME TO THE BACK 

THE SLYTHERINS HAVE HACKED DUMBLEDORE’S WIFI

1GB BITCHES

Thanks to the Ravenclaws, guys.

The password’s “AL0H4M0R4”
Pass it on. 

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asian:

I have a frame picture up on my wall showing one of the dumbest anon question i have ever gotten

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"You’re not Asian because you weren’t born in Asia. I know this because I have an asian friend, and she’s from Asia."

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aobunz:

lcarkatvantas:

saradaktal:

U just want. Taco!

i think your dad might be going through his scene phase

its not a phase its who he is

aobunz:

lcarkatvantas:

saradaktal:

U just want. Taco!

i think your dad might be going through his scene phase

its not a phase its who he is

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