I have to play pomp and circumstance on repeat in about 20 minutes and I’m not looking forward to it.
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hi trans men and nonbinary transmasculine individuals r fucking superb and important and so lovable
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fellas is it gay to imagine ur psychiatrist as a shadow creature being in the corner of the room while ur having sex
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The HPB within 50 miles that’s farthest away is the only one that has some of the History of Middle Earth books unfortunately.
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Let me tell you about a new story my brother told me: the spaghetti incident. Months ago, a kid put spaghetti on the desk of my brother’s English teacher (7th grade, in middle school). Who exactly it was is a mystery, but it doesn’t really matter. This marked the beginning of the spaghetti giving. Students began bringing in dry spaghetti to put on her desk, leaving it there to be found later. By the end of the year, they planned to have a spaghetti party*. That was until The Spaghetti Incident of Quarter Three. In a class before, students shoved spaghetti into each other’s hair and left in there, broken into pieces. Upon entering the English classroom, they shook the spaghetti off onto the tables. The English teacher was furious, and forced the students to clean it up. Instead of watching Shrek like originally planned, the students were given silent reading time. After this incident, no more spaghetti was brought in. Thus, the spaghetti giving came to an end.
*What exactly the spaghetti party was going to be is unknown
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The Silmarillion came, but The Two Towers didn’t. Ebay said it was delivered at the same time, but it wasn’t in the mailbox like it said it was. Now I’m wondering happened to my book.
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You know how Gandalf didn’t want to be one of the Istari?
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The fact that there’s a 60 page index of names in the Silmarillion scares me.
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My favorite thing about Sokka is that even after discovering the Avatar, who had been trapped in an iceberg for a hundred years, he still refuses to believe that a fortune teller might actually be able to see into the future. That even after getting kidnapped by a vengeful spirit and watching his girlfriend turn into the moon, he’s still adamant that this Swamp that practically kidnapped them and that the Avatar himself says might be involved with the spirit world is a totally normal swamp. That even after seeing Aang die and be brought back to life by spirit water, he still thinks that being friends with someone for more than one lifetime is near improbable and not possible. But the second that he hears about a spirit library, he’s convinced that it’s real. Oh, this ancient spirit library that contains all knowledge possible and is guarded by this giant owl spirit and his foxy friends that no one has seen for years and is located somewhere in the middle of the desert that might just very well be a myth? No, that’s definitely real and we’re going to find it.
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Silmarillion is coming in the mail today. I can finally figure out what the deal is with the fëanorians and whatever kinslaying means (I’m guessing they kill other elves?)
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the fëanorian tauriel saga has been unleashed onto ao3. it’s an incredibly dumb bullet point fic about how tauriel von hobbit movies got adopted into the house of fëanor, and everything they blew up along the way
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fast silmarillion rant but
i love how beren and luthien story is like "greatest romance of middle earth" but then you actually read it and it contains sauron rap battling felagund, luthien nearly dying bc again, sauron has a really bad breath, luthien apparently saving beren by sucking the venom out of his wound (???? babygirl pull yourself together), beren being that really funny guy "oh i got the silmaril but its in my other hand :/. yes the one i lost. sucks i guess" and tolkien constantly narrating it like "that was the last time they spoke/no one before and no one later had managed that/she was the saddest being ever in time" the chaotic energy unmatched
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Last night's shower thoughts:
The two main Big Bads in Tolkien's work represent both Chaos and Order. Normally we focus on how odd it is that they worked together for so long, considering the fact that they seem to be complete opposites, but last night I was thinking about how they give a good idea about how leaning too much in either direction can be a bad thing.
Too little order and we probably could never get anything done or have anything to keep, but too much order and everything becomes to rigid and miserable.
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Today I learned that I should keep feminine products on me at all times because my AFAB body is evil and brings shark week unexpectedly. That, or schools should give out feminine hygiene products for me.
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Reblog if Katara slander is not tolerated on your blog
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Here have a meme! XD
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Ok, so, as most know hobbits LOVE mushrooms, but what if they love ALL mushrooms, even the poisonous ones. What if a hobbit’s body is able to handle more of the poison and it doesn’t affect them at all. And they love it!
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My brother is a chaotic neutral. This week he has: told me how to make powerful flamethrowers, hid a chromebook from some kid on his bus, put dry spaghetti on his teacher’s desk, cheated on math work, and drowned a spider in toilet bowl cleaner.
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Hey! Just a quick reminder that Cinco de Mayo is not widely celebrated in Mexico, nor is it Mexican Independence Day. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory in a battle against the French in 1862, in what is known as the Battle of Puebla, and it is only celebrated... well, in Puebla and in the US by white people who would probably yell at me to go back to my country if they ever caught me speaking Spanish in their presence.
Now if y’all still want to honor Mexico in this day, you might not be aware of the train that collapsed on Mexico City during the night on May 3th due to governmental negligence, which left several people gravelly injured and some people sadly passed away. They were all working class, and they don’t have the resources to pay their medical bills, and the government is not being helpful at all with their situation. Here’s an article about it and how you can help.
Also here are some links about what’s happening in Colombia and Latin America as a whole.
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