Humainquivolepas
must go to the place i sleep, my parents must be so angry no i’m so late.
why chaotic good? *is neutral good*

catharticcruella:

youneedacat:

Because I can’t fit into systems even if I try.  Ideologies, ethical frameworks, codes of ethics, I can’t.  I have to always be outside of such systems, which tends to put me at chaotic.  And it’s not even a choice, it’s just how I have to be.

I’m chaotic evil according to personality tests and I’m made of love and kindness and deconstructing everything when I think to, and I try to be … good, but what I naturally am is too bizarre for words. There are ways I’m naturally good. I’m naturally good as a mother and as a protector.

What’s really going on is I’m basically chaotic evil in some areas and chaotic good in others. And people see me how they want to see me. I’m by nature of being very dramatic not a neutral person.

For the record, I don’t do evil things. I do, however, like to think of myself as the most loving chaotic evil on earth.

i never understood how you even got evil, these kind of tests must be very weird. (I never do test because every time i try, there is at least one question where all the answer are wrong for me)

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amphetameme:

i get so flustered whenever interviewers ask me ‘so why do you want to work here?’ because the first thing that pops into my head everytime is ‘i need your money to survive, you capitalist pig’ but thats not the appropriate answer

nitanahkohe:

famouswomeninhistory:

Edmonia Lewis
This woman paved the way for African Americans through art. She was the first identified African American sculpter. She shocked those who believed that African American’s didn’t have the capacity for such intelligence and artistic capabilities. She combined perspective, talent, and emotion. She also insisted on making sculptures of those who were her heros. Black abolitionists and courageous women like Cleopatra.
After being accused of poisoning white women and stealing supplies for her art, Edmonia moved east to Europe. She first went to Florence where she was welcomed by Hiram Powers, America’s most famous sculptor. After Florence she made her way to Rome where she worked with other famous women sculptors of the time.
Her masterwork was The Death of Cleopatra, a striking portrayal of Cleopatra after she was bitten by her asp. It gave Edmonia both acclaim and controversy for showing Cleopatra in such in intimate way. This was atypical of the often portrayed beauty and strength. 

she was also basically the first widely recognized Native American woman sculptor. her father was Haitian and her mother was African American and Mississauga Ojibwe. 

nitanahkohe:

famouswomeninhistory:

Edmonia Lewis

This woman paved the way for African Americans through art. She was the first identified African American sculpter. She shocked those who believed that African American’s didn’t have the capacity for such intelligence and artistic capabilities. She combined perspective, talent, and emotion. She also insisted on making sculptures of those who were her heros. Black abolitionists and courageous women like Cleopatra.

After being accused of poisoning white women and stealing supplies for her art, Edmonia moved east to Europe. She first went to Florence where she was welcomed by Hiram Powers, America’s most famous sculptor. After Florence she made her way to Rome where she worked with other famous women sculptors of the time.

Her masterwork was The Death of Cleopatra, a striking portrayal of Cleopatra after she was bitten by her asp. It gave Edmonia both acclaim and controversy for showing Cleopatra in such in intimate way. This was atypical of the often portrayed beauty and strength. 

she was also basically the first widely recognized Native American woman sculptor. her father was Haitian and her mother was African American and Mississauga Ojibwe. 

That tone of voice.
That specific tone of voice.
Is the tone of voice that people with physical disabilities refer to when they say, ‘they talk to me like I’m Ret@rded’. I get what they mean. I don’t like being spoken to that way either. I really don’t. It grates, it demeans, it insults. I kind of hate it.
But here’s the thing.
I don’t know a single person with an intellectual disability who likes being spoken to that way either.
Not one.
So maybe we need to say “They speak to me like I’m lesser.”
Or, “They speak to me with a voice full of assumptions.”
Or, “They speak to me in a tone of voice that even puppies find offensive.”
Or, maybe best, “They speak to me in a manner that no one deserves.”

Dave Hingsburger, Rolling Around In My Head (via okc-misandry)

the tone (or maybe the tones i think there are different kinds of these, all awful) i hate them so much

why chaotic good? *is neutral good*

youneedacat:

Because I can’t fit into systems even if I try.  Ideologies, ethical frameworks, codes of ethics, I can’t.  I have to always be outside of such systems, which tends to put me at chaotic.  And it’s not even a choice, it’s just how I have to be.

i don’t know a lot about these, but i think i’m chaotic good too (I’m pretty sure i’m chaotic and i really hope i’m good)

Il y a des années, le fils des voisins avait un jeu de sept familles avec différent types de fromages à la place des membres de la famille. Une fois, alors que mon frère était en train de perdre, il s'est mis à prier le chaussé aux moines.

awesomefrench:

hishap:

awesomefrench:

hishap:

awesomefrench:

C’est beau la France :D

Le plus drôle c’est que c’est sans doute la seule fois que mon frère ait prié quoi que ce soit. xD

En même temps, Cheesus est une religion de choix. Ton frère est un homme de goût !

"Cheesus"
J’ai failli m’étouffer avec ma gorgée d’eau xD
…Cheesus devrait être le thème du prochain frandredi, tiens.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzUBcxFi4fE

womanistgrrrlcollective:

Janet Mock and Laverne Cox celebrating Laverne’s TIME cover. They are so gorgeous and flawless. Image courtesy of Arika.

womanistgrrrlcollective:

Janet Mock and Laverne Cox celebrating Laverne’s TIME cover. They are so gorgeous and flawless. Image courtesy of Arika.

Il y a des années, le fils des voisins avait un jeu de sept familles avec différent types de fromages à la place des membres de la famille. Une fois, alors que mon frère était en train de perdre, il s'est mis à prier le chaussé aux moines.

awesomefrench:

C’est beau la France :D