i guess the real question is how can you not like tesla
he thought women would eventually rule the world because we’re the dominant sex
he liked pigeons
he was a vegetarian
he was a babe
he was shy
he hated edison
Yup, as long as you’re ok with that time he went bonkers and tried to build a death ray.
Are you serious the death ray was the best part
I’ll just leave this here
are you all aware he supported eugenics?
Dress twice as better.
Speak twice as well.
Have twice as much intellect.
So we can still get half of what we deserve…
Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.
I do not find everything sexist, racist, or rude
YOU are sexist, racist, and rude
Why doesn’t this have a million notes?!
i love how the “did you drug them” has a little pit stop at “you’re evil”
As well it should.
I’ve reblogged this before but Imma do it again because a)it’s awesome and b) I have a specific voice when I say “Do not do the sex”.
This needs to be on a billboard and posters all around the world. Maybe even on menus are restaurants
Needs to be in bars
every girl can relate to this okay
BAHAHAHAHAHA I MEASURED
I think the funniest thing is guys thinking a big dick is better.
Yo, some girls can’t even take a full 6 Inches because it hurts, what do you think 11 Inches would do. Jesus christ.
Dont forget the “what, no invite?? ;)” like shut the fuck up with yo weak ass 7th grade game boy
reblogging that twice as its soo true
Guardians of the Galaxy (1995)
Day 4 - Black History Month - Susie Carmichael
Debuting in the Rugrats episode "Meet The Carmichaels" (1992), Susie was the first (and only) Black Rugrat to join amongst the ranks of Tommy and the gang.
Susie is the complete antithesis of Angelica Pickles. As Angelica would lie and try to frighten the babies daily, Susie would do the opposite. She is very kind and honest with them, giving them facts about real world objects and events that would otherwise be used in Angelica’s devious arsenal of lies.
For her young age, Susie was quite intelligent and gifted. Skilled in ballet dancing, singing, and even being able to speak and understand French. Making her the envy and rival of Angelica.
In the spin-off series, "All Grown Up", it is revealed that Susie now has become fluent in TEN different languages. Which is noted in the episode "Runaround Susie". Her singing and dancing capabilities have increased substantially, upstaging (her “rival”) Angelica in this areas. It is also shown that Susie is an ace student, as well.
Though there aren’t many facts about her, Susie Carmichael’s character proves that Blacks in cartoons can go beyond the stereotypical archetype. She proves that we are capable of so much beyond what we’re typically portrayed as. She is a great character for young Black children to relate to.