should i get a glow in the dark crescent moon tattooed to my forehead or not

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confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

#catsforboxesnotfeminism

Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.

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working in a grocery store has you always learning about new things that you might carry or just like being asked random questions you don’t have the answers to

but sometimes a customer just asks a question and you’re like…no? how could that ever be a thing?

the worst offender was for “caffeine free diet mountain dew”

what

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When targets of microaggressions attempt to point out the offensive nature of remarks and actions from perpetrators, they are told that their perceptions are inaccurate, that they are oversensitive, or that they are paranoid. In other words, they are out of touch with reality. The experiential realities of those in power are imposed upon less powerful groups by denying their perceptions and life experiences. Interestingly, some have asserted or found that those groups who are least empowered have the most accurate assessment of reality. Such a conclusion makes common sense, as those in power do not need to understand disempowered groups to survive or do well, while those without much power must actively discern the mindset and motives of those with power in order to survive. Women in the workforce must understand the thinking of their male counterparts to do well, but the reciprocal is not true for men.
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holy shit homemade broth makes everything taste so much better

my kimchi soup tastes great. still not at the par of similar soups i was served in chicago (i miss joy yee’s more each day), but this soup is miles away from the one i got when my parents wanted to get take out from a new place a few days ago. the disappointment fueled the craving. i’m happy with this result

also probably actually putting kimchi in your kimchi soup helps. i def didn’t taste any in that bland soup last week.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Yer a hazard, Harry! [ferribitch]


meowmaniaaa

tastefullyoffensive:

Yer a hazard, Harry! [ferribitch]

meowmaniaaa
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i’m probably gonna put together photos of what i have been eating with this somewhat strict diet, since i always lose touch of how much text i end up writing. and i don’t even want to read that much, so…

basically soups, yogurt/kefir, sautéed veggies and mushrooms, low-acid fruits sparingly, and i just got some liverwurst and raw cheddar that’ll be one of my staple snacks

maybe after 2 months if i don’t see improvement i’ll approach cod liver oil. harumph

further adventures in not being a carefree kid: making strong fish stock with fish heads & skeletons

most intense part: removing the gills

also two and a half pounds of fish heads was like $2 so i can make a really strong really nutritious broth for super cheap (just requires some repression of urges to squeal and/or puke)

gonna make a spicy soup with shrimp and…kimchi…??? and maybe some of this tempeh i’ve got…??

omg y’all wish me luck. the things i’ll do to avoid doctors…

brilliantbotany:

health-gasm:

fit-free-fun:

thehealthywarrior:

weightwatcherqueen:

Terrific Tip: Flip the bell peppers over to check their gender. The ones with four bumps are female and those with three bumps are male. The female peppers are full of seeds, but sweeter and better for eating raw and the males are better for cooking. Isn’t that cool? 

That is awesome!

if this is true this is so freaking cool

Definitely not true. Bell peppers are the fruits of Capsicum annum, and in botanical terms they are berries: a mature fruit formed from a single ovary. There is no such thing as a male or female pepper; they are all matured ovaries that contain seeds.

cishets are so weird about gendered bodies

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