sirmitchell:

Realizing there are still a ton of Marvel portraits that I’ve yet to post to tumblr! 

I’ll be doing an AP sale of every print from my show, HOPEFULLY soon, so look for that. 

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Typical Interaction with Actual Child: For "Adult Privilege" blogers

  • EXPECTATION (according to @dragon-in-a-fez):
  • Child: *brings toy up to parent*
  • Parent: "Go put it back, I don't have enough money. If you're good you can have it in 2 weeks when I get paid again.
  • Child: "Okay. :] I understand money is a limited resource and you buying me toys isn't an actual indicator of how much you love me. I will patiently wait for two weeks without continually pressing the issue. I love and appreciate all of the numerous sacrifices you make on my behalf as my primary caregiver, because toys are a luxury."
  • REALITY:
  • Child: *Brings toy up to parent*
  • Parent: "Go put it back, I don't have enough money. If you're good you can have it in 2 weeks when I get paid again."
  • Child: "But its only $10!"
  • Parent: "*Sigh* I already told you, I don't have enough money. Go put it back.
  • Child: "Noooooo! Please?"
  • Parent: *Growing annoyance* I said no."
  • Child: "PLEASE?"
  • Parent: *ignores and continues shopping*
  • Child: *Follows them around the store* PLEASE? PLEEEASE? PLEASE?? ITS ONLY $10! WHY CANT I HAVE IT TODAY? ITS ONLY $10! YOU DONT HAVE $10? PLEASE? PLEASE? ITS ONLY $10. BUT ITS ONLY $10. ITS JUST $10. PLEASE? PLEASE? PLEASE? PLEASE? PLEASE?"
  • Parent: "If you keep this up, you're not getting it at all
  • Child: "NOOOO! *Takes thing out of cart* Okay put this back, now can I get it?!"
  • Parent: ":| No. We need that. You can wait 2 weeks"
  • Child: "NO I CANT, IT MIGHT NOT BE THERE"
  • Parent: "Then you'll just have to wait until christmas/your birthday/later. Now this discussion is over. You're embarrassing me in public.
  • Child: *gets to the register and puts it on the counter*
  • Cashier: "Are you getting this?"
  • Parent: *Immensely irritated after FORTY MINUTES OF BEGGING/WHINING* "No."
  • Child: "*Starts crying* BUT I WANT IT"
  • Parent: "I already told you to PUT IT BACK. You're not getting it at all now, because you dont know how to act."
  • Child: *CRIES/SCREAMS LOUDER*
  • Adult privilege bloggers: "Taking away a child's special toy is stealing you dont own your children children are capable of making informed rational decisions.

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nawyougood:

robregal:

thepleasureprinciple:

robregal:

If you’ve never made a woman sound like she’s playing tennis during sex, you’re doing it wrong.

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maybe i need to have more sex, but how slow of a stroke do you gotta be givin up for ya girl to sound like she playin…

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yelled:

me attempting to reach the goals I’ve set in life

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pizzaotter:

jodyrobots:

if i were a nun I would wear heelies and glide everywhere just to fuck with people

NO DONT DO THAT

pizzaotter:

jodyrobots:

if i were a nun I would wear heelies and glide everywhere just to fuck with people

NO DONT DO THAT

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spiderjake:

danpintilini:

flukeoffate:

gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

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thats crazy

well what about Stan Lee, he was born in 1922 as well.

spiderjake:

danpintilini:

flukeoffate:

gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

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thats crazy

well what about Stan Lee, he was born in 1922 as well.

(Source: blackwithmoreblack)

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