Planning to lay around on third beach all summer pounding beers? Gonna need to get rid of that winter f@ first. H8 winter f@:( Plus, gotta make room for the beers. Flaccid chub only works on guys who strap their tiny ballz into zany coloured speedos below their pabst bellies,…
Today, I borrowed a novel about Sherlock Holmes from the library and detective novels are always my favorite. I turned a few pages to where characters are introduced. On one of the name, apparently someone circled and wrote “He is the murderer” right next to it. FML
“The truth, said an ancient Chinese master, is like a dog yearning over a bowl of burning oil. He can’t leave it, because it is too desirable, and he can’t lick it, because it is too hot.”—Pema, of course. When Things Fall Apart (via nightmarebrunette)
An Installation by Shahidul Alam on Extra Judicial Killings
The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) was set up on 26th March 2004 to curb corruption in Bangladesh. It consists of members of Bangladesh Police, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Navy and Bangladesh Air Force. RAB has increasingly been criticized for the extra judicial killings and torture that have taken place of people in custody. Human Rights groups maintain that over 1000 people have been killed by RAB since its inception. All such deaths have been attributed to gunfights between RAB and criminals where the people in RAB custody were caught in crossfire. No member of RAB has yet been killed in crossfire. Recently a high court bench passed a suo moto ruling, asking the secretary of the ministry of home affairs and RAB to explain a particular killing. The Chief Justice dissolved the bench immediately before the date for hearing (9 January 2010) of the government response – apparently for some administrative reasons. “Crossfire” is an exhibition of photographs where Bangladesh’s leading photographer Shahidul Alam, takes an allegorical look at the phenomenon. The constructed images use elements of real case studies to evoke stories that the government has denied.
I would just like to take a moment to give a shout out, and a Hell Yeah, to all of my fellow bisexuals, and a special thank you to the one who came out to me today because we don’t always know who we are but it’s always great to find another. Isn’t it great to see how hot everyone is? Hell Yeah it…
We are all familiar with the FOMO. It’s Wednesday night and you have shit to do tomorrow. But people are going out. You’re going to have to see 5000 pictures of it online tomorrow. People are going to tweet the word epic a lot. The anxiety starts and the next thing you know you’re vomiting at…
Our love is a little figurine, a little glass figurine that has been shot by a rifle.
Our love is a gentle doe, a doe that preens and fawns over itself. Until it gets shot by a rifle.
Our love is a broken chair, that I have bought some screws for.
Our love is a little red tugboat, tugging our unhappy histories to a nicer quay.
Our love is a doe, riding a broken chair that has a rifle screwed to it.
Or or or, our love is a little red figurine, carried in the teeth of a doe who is holding a rifle filled with our histories for ammunition, aiming for a broken chair sitting on a little red tugboat, pausing in a glass quay.
it’s like having your leg caught in a bear-trap laced with opiates and hallucinogens and when the high ends…
“I’ve never understood why so many men have allowed themselves to be brainwashed by the feminazi myth machine into believing that rape is such a serious crime … Rape is simply sex. Women enjoy sex, so rape cannot be such a terrible physical ordeal.
To suggest that rape, when conducted without violence, is a serious crime is like suggesting that forcefeeding a woman chocolate cake is a heinous offence. A woman would be more inconvenienced by having her handbag snatched.
The demonisation of rape is all part of the feminazi desire to obtain power and mastery over men. Men who go along with the rape myth are either morons or traitors.”—
Reading this, my jaw actually dropped, and I thought, “This can’t be real.” But apparently it is?
And his explanation after the fact? “I was trying to make the point that there are two kinds of rape,” he said. “There is stranger rape and there is so-called rape by somebody the woman knows. I was raising an important issue in a provocative way to allow people to make up their own minds.” Oh, well when you put it that way…