Cookie in a milk cup.
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier - April 4
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - May 2
- X-Men: Days Of Future Past - May 23
- Guardians of the Galaxy - August 1
The kid in the blue grew up to become iconic femme queen face iconic femme queen performer and Legendary Mother of the house of Laperla, Alyssa Laperla
Dude, I’ve been wondering what happened with that kid since I first saw that scene.
ugh, that makes me so happy
(x) here’s a video of her from 2011, this makes me so unbelievably happy because I always feared the worst had happened to them
This makes me so happy! I has asked myself the same question. Alyssa Laperla is stunning and an important part of our history.
I feel like this is the kind of stuff you don’t find out about when the main purpose of research or documentaries and so on into various communities start out as exploitative projects. Similar to folks who commented above, I’ve always wanted to know what happened to these two in particular and always kind of assumed the worst because of some of the subjects covered in the documentary and the outcomes for some of the older folks featured.
What documenty is this from?
psssst. hey kid. you want some fanfic? i got the good stuff. yeah, your favorite pairing, with that crazy ass kink you don’t want anyone to know about. first hit’s free, then you have to start leaving me reviews
hello tumblr I thought I’d share this with you
My mom was born in 1969 so some of her usernames have a 69 at the end and I haven’t found an appropriate way to tell her why she can’t do this
Wisconsin snow storm versus flooding in Ireland
Ireland isn’t fucking around with the sealing capabilities of their doors
The next time there’s an awkward silence, try whispering, “Did you forget your line?”
I ADORE THIS.
You know that trope where a woman hits a man, maybe because she’s “worried” about him, or maybe because she’s “tough,” and then directly afterward she kisses him and the audience is supposed to think it’s romantic? You know that trope where a woman shows she’s strong with her fists and the audience is meant to take it as a cue that these two characters are going to end up together? You know that trope where a woman assaults a man and it’s seen as not just okay, but romantic? Where we’re supposed to root for them because she’s so “passionate”? Where the fact that she punches him in the face is meant to be an indicator of UST, of a relationship-incoming? Where it’s played as being sweet and/or cute? Where it’s played as a joke, and a symbol of interest?
I want that trope to die.