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jakemalik:

taylorthebloody:

ppitte:

It has come to my attention that a lot of people haven’t played this game so pay attention:

Grab a friend and tie your hands as the following picture shows

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Now try getting yourselves free well maybe not free but apart from each other, so that the ropes aren’t tangled together, without opening the knots or otherwise removing the rope from around your wrists. It is possible.

im sorry friend but your arm must go

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Had first gay discussion with Dad.

We were watching the preview to Living with The Enemy, which showed a homophobe living with a gay couple.  In one scene, the gay couple started kissing.  My father kept shouting “Ew” at the screen.  Then he said to me “What do you think of those fags?”

I replied saying there was nothing wrong with it, but then the asshole went on a moral/political journey on how gay people are ‘wrong’.

Just wait till he finds out my bisexuality.

lgbtlaughs

green-satan:

milkybabie:

I was in love with this boy once so I started to beat him up everyday but people thought we were rough housing bc boys can’t like each other and one day I was like “dude I like you a lot but I can’t cope with my feelings so I beat you up im sorry” and he was like “dude that’s really chill we can hold hands if you want??? Btw you have really good punches.” And that’s the story of how I had my first boyfriend

that was wild from start to finish

perksofbeingace

Anonymous asked:

Quick question- what does queer platonic mean?

perksofbeingace answered:

queer platonic (or just platonic if you don’t like queer)

is when you want to be in a relationship with someone but in a platonic way.

none of that romance feel stuff.

there can be sex or no sex and sensual stuff or not and date stuff but in a platonic way.

the queer is mainly to show, that it’s less like a friendship and more like a real™ romantic relationship (you know, the one’s in movies that don’t actually happen in real life with the sex and the romance and the bad communication and heteronormativity) but without the romantic part. it’s a relationship. period.