pinkninjaPJ

I only started this to keep all my funny things in one place. I don't know how it ended up like this

Oct 21

midknightwriter:

stuckonaglacierwithmacgyver:

sam looks so shocked like ‘how do you remember all the crazy shit that happens to us?’'the caveman thing was season 1 have you been recapping?''daniel i can't even remember where we went last week WE GO TO SO MANY PLANETS DANIEL EVERYTHING HAPPENS SO MUCH'daniel has the memory of the stargate fandom, (via captaindumbmerica)

Maybe Sam is one of those people that has a fantastic memory for science and numbers and stuff but is awful at remembering names and faces and who got turned into what and stuff. This might well be a look of ‘huh, that was him? I thought you turned into a caveman? Was I a caveman? Weren’t we all cavemen? God I need some jello rn’

I always thought Sam looked at Daniel like that because of the casual, matter-of-fact, report-giving way he effortlessly rattles off a series of events that should be really traumatic. Like, “Daniel how can you really be that calm about those things?” Also, like, “Wow, all those things DID happen!  We should all be totally mind-fucked by now.”  But I guess when you’ve died as often as Daniel has, being turned into a caveman isn’t a big deal anymore.

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 “Did you think to kill me? There’s no flesh and blood within this cloak to kill. There is only an idea. And ideas are bulletproof.”

“Did you think to kill me? There’s no flesh and blood within this cloak to kill. There is only an idea. And ideas are bulletproof.”



waitingforthet:

Supervillainy is probably a pretty hard habit to break.

waitingforthet:

Supervillainy is probably a pretty hard habit to break.

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lesmisoz:

The Australian casts of Les Miserables, Wicked, The King and I and The Rocky Horror Show team up. 

lesmisoz:

The Australian casts of Les Miserables, Wicked, The King and I and The Rocky Horror Show team up. 

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itsanexperimentjohn:

I love how the cat looks at him in the first gif like “What, you think that’s impressive?”

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elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

poisonousstrawberries:

mildlyamused:

Narnia is pretty much failing at being secret these days.
20 Entrances That Are Clearly Gateways To Narnia

Reblogging for that link. 

or the tardis rematerializing

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

poisonousstrawberries:

mildlyamused:

Narnia is pretty much failing at being secret these days.

20 Entrances That Are Clearly Gateways To Narnia

Reblogging for that link. 

or the tardis rematerializing

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Oct 20
ovaries:

michellealexisnewman:

Ryan Schumaker
2014
© Michelle Alexis Newman
The Open Mic series! New image every Monday!

Ryan.

THIS HAS BEEN A DAMNED SUGGESTED POST ON MY DASH LIKE 20 TIMES ALREADY
WHY

ovaries:

michellealexisnewman:

Ryan Schumaker

2014

© Michelle Alexis Newman

The Open Mic series! New image every Monday!

Ryan.

THIS HAS BEEN A DAMNED SUGGESTED POST ON MY DASH LIKE 20 TIMES ALREADY

WHY


How to Treat People With a Speech Impediment!

waywardvagabond:

irredickable:

Hello this is a post that I have been meaning to make for a while! 

I’m Kim and I was born with apraxia of speech! It gave me a severe speech impediment for most of my childhood and speech therapy has now mostly lessened it so it sounds like an accent. I’m mainly saying this so you guys know I’m qualified to talk about this!

So yeah here are some tips:

  • If you are having trouble understanding a few words someone is saying, don’t hesitate to ask them to repeat it or rephrase it if it’s something that would be easy for them to do (i.e. if they had severe stutter that made saying sentences difficult).
  • Don’t try to teach them how to say words or sounds correctly. It’s annoying and it also implies that it’s really easy for them to get over their speech impediment. (It isn’t.)
  • Don’t act awkwardly or apologetic around someone when you find out they have a speech impediment. It’s just another part of the person.
  • Treat them with respect like you would any other person. Don’t taunt them or tease them about it. 

Also BE PATIENT if they’re having trouble with a word or whatever. It’s just discouraging to be trying to talk and others are talking over you because they can’t wait a few more seconds for you to get a word out. If they look like they want help or ask for your help to figure out a word, okay.

But as someone with a stutter, unless I know you well, when someone speaks over me when I’m stuttering, I feel like I’m not worth your time for a conversation, so there’s not any reason for me to keep talking anyways.

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