Caution: Crazy Anime-Loving Chic

octoswan:

there’s a comic book store in my town that gives ladies a 10% discount and the people who work there are really friendly so lots of ladies show up to hang out and buy comics and one time i was looking through some new releases and this guy walked in, saw all the ladies, did a double take, and said really loudly and condescendingly, ‘there sure are a lot of girls in here for a comic store!’ and laughed but no one else laughed with him and it was glorious

sarah762:

Cartoon Bully Stereotype Collection

kisswithatear:

Unaliving People

angelafriedman:

Under the Sea: Mermaid Lingerie by the Lingerie Lesbian blog.  (This is basically my favorite blog post ever.)

Featuring lingerie and clothing by Ewa Michalak, Angela Friedman, Made by Niki, and eLai London.

cute-overload:

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orbmanson7:

gollageek:

disneymoviesandfacts:

In an interview with KCRW’s movie industry radio show “The Business,” Joan Graves, the chair of the MPAA’s Classification and Ratings Administration, admitted that (based on the response she and her board have gotten from parents) giving Toy Story 3 a G rating was a mistake, and that it should have gotten at least a PG (especially because of the incinerator scene) and that the lesson learned in that case would be applied to future movie ratings so that movies would no longer be given the “benefit of the doubt” while being rated.

I can’t stop laughing, because this is kind of a ‘duh’ moment. This is a prime example of why you can’t judge it by “Oh, it’s just a cartoon.”

It’s a prime example of the MPAA never knowing how to do the ONE THING they are supposed to do

orbmanson7:

gollageek:

disneymoviesandfacts:

In an interview with KCRW’s movie industry radio show “The Business,” Joan Graves, the chair of the MPAA’s Classification and Ratings Administration, admitted that (based on the response she and her board have gotten from parents) giving Toy Story 3 a G rating was a mistake, and that it should have gotten at least a PG (especially because of the incinerator scene) and that the lesson learned in that case would be applied to future movie ratings so that movies would no longer be given the “benefit of the doubt” while being rated.

I can’t stop laughing, because this is kind of a ‘duh’ moment. This is a prime example of why you can’t judge it by “Oh, it’s just a cartoon.”

It’s a prime example of the MPAA never knowing how to do the ONE THING they are supposed to do

crysart:

How to draw a Green Tree Frog