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newyorker:

A cartoon by Emily Flake, from this week’s issue. For more cartoons: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

Maybe my favorite New Yorker cartoon of all time.

newyorker:

A cartoon by Emily Flake, from this week’s issue. For more cartoons: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

Maybe my favorite New Yorker cartoon of all time.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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academiccoachtaylor:

Academic Coach Taylor thinks you need some manners.

I see so many of my friends in grad school doing this. It’s so gauche and bitchy. 

academiccoachtaylor:

Academic Coach Taylor thinks you need some manners.

I see so many of my friends in grad school doing this. It’s so gauche and bitchy. 

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"He’s not showing up because he’s self-conscious about his weight? I mean we’re ALL self-conscious of our weight!"

-Khloe Kardashian

PREACH

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Alright I know I say this about once a day, but THIS IS THE BEST WEBSITE OF ALL TIME

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When a guy tells me he doesn’t like that I’m a feminist

myfriendsaremarried:

and I’m like…
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#WomenAgainstFeminism

"When I’m dating someone, I’ll sometimes make two sandwiches and go to hand my dude one of them, but then, right as he’s about to take it, I’ll throw the sandwich out the window and make him watch as a stray dog eats it instead. I don’t even want to do it and both of us feel bad while it’s happening because I have a sandwich, the dog has a sandwich and the man I’m with doesn’t have a sandwich. But I do it anyway. For feminism."

-Madeline Davies http://jezebel.com/things-i-learned-from-womenagainstfeminism-1609067794

This is really the only way to respond when someone says feminism means you don’t cook for your boyfriend. Because obviously nice people want to do nice things for the people they’re with. Stray dogs included! 

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After I drop an insanely good piece of gossip to a group of people

whatshouldwecallme:

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Musings of a future yente 

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Betty Draper is my everything

 

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humansofnewyork:

The woman in the blue coat approached me by the United Nations building yesterday, and said: ‘There is an interesting man around the corner that you should photograph. I don’t know his name, but everyday he stands directly across from the UN, and says ‘God Bless You’ to everyone who walks past. I’ve always sort of viewed him as the conscience of the world.’'Let's go together,' I said, and she agreed to bring me to where he was standing. When we finally found the man, I asked for his photo, and he cheerfully agreed. But he pointed at a nearby wall:"Let’s take the photo under that scripture," he said.

A great end to session 1 of Model UN camp! 

humansofnewyork:

The woman in the blue coat approached me by the United Nations building yesterday, and said: ‘There is an interesting man around the corner that you should photograph. I don’t know his name, but everyday he stands directly across from the UN, and says ‘God Bless You’ to everyone who walks past. I’ve always sort of viewed him as the conscience of the world.’
'Let's go together,' I said, and she agreed to bring me to where he was standing. When we finally found the man, I asked for his photo, and he cheerfully agreed. But he pointed at a nearby wall:
"Let’s take the photo under that scripture," he said.

A great end to session 1 of Model UN camp!