I started watching ‘Elementary’, and then this happened.
Name's Matt. Call me Matt, S.Matt, Smatt, Goodwin, hey you, Smattboo, Smattbootylicious, or really anything you want.
I suppose I should warn you that this blog might contain NSFW images from time to time. Mostly when Richard reblogs Lucy Pinder or Vikki Blows, because I am required to follow f19 in exile law. These posts will be tagged Slideshow! if you wish to blacklist them/add them to tumblr saviour.
The Moravian Church of the 1740s…nobody said it wasn’t founded by time travel.
The real shocker is I work out in front of a picture of ohmygil’s icon like Robert DeNiro in Cape Feare, preparing for our inevitable confrontation.
“mr. lilbit, your tattoo says ‘die gil die’”
“no that’s german for ‘the gil the’”
Dessa: A Minnesota Original Music Special premiers Sunday, March 27 at 10pm on tpt2.
A full Dessa performance. Holy wow. And that performance of Anabel is one of the few songs that can reduce me to tears in an heartbeat.
also a reminder that you can savior specific photo posts if you put the image url in your tumblr savior so if there’s a particularly triggering image going around you can copy pasta the url into tumblr savior and it will be off your dash
sweet jesus thank you
i didn’t know this so maybe someone else didn’t know it either
Linh LuCo-chair, OUTreach students’ group
“I identify as being gender queer, an umbrella term used where a person’s gender identity is not the same as their biological sex. I don’t identify with either end of the male/female spectrum. It’s more like an absence of gender. It is a very new concept for people, and … I feel like I am still very new to it.
“When I first started on campus in 2007, I was in the Faculty of Engineering, and I found that trying to share [my gender and sexual orientation] was difficult. So I learned not to talk to people about it. Eventually I found different outlets, including OUTreach. I have since changed over to an arts major.
“Campus is very much like home to me. Pride Week was a big statement of solidarity, and there are talks about a gender diversity centre within the Students’ Union.
“Now we have momentum. There are more and better things to come.”
Holy shit I was in the Alumni Magazine talking about my campus in relation to past generations.
Thanks, Lisa & Laughing Dog Photography for this amazing opportunity and look, look, the Texas of Canada ain’t half bad!
Linh, omg. So happy for youuu. This is awesome, you’re awesome, so good.