Anonymous said: Whenever you reblog Sailor Moon merchandise stuff, it always takes me a moment to figure out whether those are pretty magical lunar wands or vibrators. (Or both.) Such exciting, very moon

rageprufrock:

mklutz:

oh god

With MK it’s always a vibrator. Even if it’s a magical lunar wand, it gets used as a vibe IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

STOP LYING TO THEM. Pru knows very well I have better taste than that in vibrators since we have had some weird convos about that business.

Anonymous said: Whenever you reblog Sailor Moon merchandise stuff, it always takes me a moment to figure out whether those are pretty magical lunar wands or vibrators. (Or both.) Such exciting, very moon

oh god

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we-live-in-marvelous-times:

miscommunication as a plot device makes me angry

if you just talked to each other but no

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The Moonlight Carries The Message Of Love by SailorSamara

thesystemhasfailedyou said: What the hell is twizzler butthole!? LOL. Do I want to know?

eeames:

YES, YES YOU DO WANT TO KNOW ABOUT ANISE LUBE FROM THIS ONE LINE IN A FIC MKLUTZ READ. ANISE = LICORCE. IT LED TO SELF-LUBING BUTTHOLES AND LICORICE SLICK AND CANDY FACTORIES. READ ALL ABOUT IT! READ ALL ABOUT IT!

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The mistake people make when they talk about not being able to trust Wikipedia is in the implicit assumption that we could trust encyclopedias as infallible sources before Wikipedia.

I like Wikipedia because I know it could be wrong. Regular encyclopedias can be wrong, too, but my guard was never up in the same way with them as it is with Wikipedia. I like Internet media specifically for the reason that Aaron Sorkin doesn’t like it: because it makes it that much more difficult for me to have any illusions about the fact that the burden of critical thought is on me.

I don’t automatically trust bloggers because a group of people I’ve never met decided to give them a badge that says “reporter” on it. I don’t turn off my critical thinking because they’ve gotten to be some sort of “professional”. I have to judge them on the merits of their writing and history of thoughtfulness or thoughtlessness alone. That is a feature, not a bug, because we should never trust any news media outlet implicitly.

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the cat and the banana

thecatsmustbecrazy:

the cat and the banana

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