girl in a fantasy.
distillerette:

potaji by s-u-w-i

Marvel Sequels: No One Ever Gets a Haircut

paperseverywhere:

He’s never gonna live it down

A bit late, but happy birthday you doof.

likeappletrees:

zan77:

I’m suddenly struck with how if you remove the subtitles this just looks like a vintage anonymous hookup in a gay bar

with the subtitles it looks like a vintage hookup in a gay bar

stonervulcans:

i feel like this just sums up their entire friendshipimage

So raise a glass to teenage girls for their linguistic innovation. It expands our expressive vocabulary, giving us new words and modes of expression. Speakers may nostalgically look to a previous golden era of English, but the truth is that Shakespeare’s English is an abomination of Chaucer’s English, which is an abomination of Beowolf’s. Language is inherently unstable. It’s in a constant state of flux, made and remade—stretched, altered, broken down and rearranged—by its speakers every day. Rather than a sign of corruption and disorder, this is language in its full vitality—a living, evolving organism.