tublicalor:

shreksnipple:

WHAT THE FUCK

I’m getting mixed signals here.

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psychophancy:

“”youve got very pretty eyes” “thank you””

— things i dont want to hear in my gangbang porn (via shedatesboys)

But like, all the other gangbang videos are so similar to each other, wouldn’t it be smart to differentiate yours by making it nice and sweet and polite? I mean, once you’ve seen a dozen guys degrading some girl in a cheap hotel room you’ve kind of seen them all, right?

I’m just imagining a video where all the guys show up nicely dressed with flowers and chocolate and they’re unfailingly polite and solicitous while they take turns with the girl, who is a charming and gracious hostess, and all the gentlemen waiting to take their turns can be seen playing various games of chess and darts and bridge in the background. And then after they’re all done she can pass out thank-you gift baskets to everyone as they leave and thank them for attending and hope they’ll come back next month. Doesn’t that make for much more pleasant viewing?

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pervocracy:

pervocracy:

nice try

Apparently the story behind this is that Massachusetts used to have a 5.85% tax rate, and then people voted for a cut to 5.3%.  But this option was left in so that people who voted against the tax cut could still pay more if they liked.
Obviously, next to nobody takes this option—in 2012, 650 out of 3.5 million people checked this box.  I’m not sure what this proves (or what the fact that I started that sentence with “obviously” proves).  Depending on your ideological lens, you can spin it into either “this proves that voluntary contribution is a joke and taxes are necessary to sustain society” or “this proves that people who favor higher taxes don’t really want to put their money where their mouth is.”
I dunno.  To me it pretty much comes down to “the things I can buy for myself with this money feel real to me, and the things the government would buy do not.”  Which isn’t a genuine political stance so much as a squirrel-burying-nuts impulse.
If I knew my voluntary taxes were going towards, say, making street signs that actually tell you where the hell you are, it would be a whole different story.

Is anything stopping people from creating a Kickstarter campaign to give improved street signs to the local government as a gift?
I think the point is more that ‘no one wants to give voluntary contributions to the general fund, to be spent by politicians on graft’ but if you look at history people will happily subscribe to specific public works projects voluntarily. Doesn’t it really come down to ‘the things I can buy for myself with this money would benefit me, and the things the government would buy would not?’

pervocracy:

pervocracy:

nice try

Apparently the story behind this is that Massachusetts used to have a 5.85% tax rate, and then people voted for a cut to 5.3%.  But this option was left in so that people who voted against the tax cut could still pay more if they liked.

Obviously, next to nobody takes this option—in 2012, 650 out of 3.5 million people checked this box.  I’m not sure what this proves (or what the fact that I started that sentence with “obviously” proves).  Depending on your ideological lens, you can spin it into either “this proves that voluntary contribution is a joke and taxes are necessary to sustain society” or “this proves that people who favor higher taxes don’t really want to put their money where their mouth is.”

I dunno.  To me it pretty much comes down to “the things I can buy for myself with this money feel real to me, and the things the government would buy do not.”  Which isn’t a genuine political stance so much as a squirrel-burying-nuts impulse.

If I knew my voluntary taxes were going towards, say, making street signs that actually tell you where the hell you are, it would be a whole different story.

Is anything stopping people from creating a Kickstarter campaign to give improved street signs to the local government as a gift?

I think the point is more that ‘no one wants to give voluntary contributions to the general fund, to be spent by politicians on graft’ but if you look at history people will happily subscribe to specific public works projects voluntarily. Doesn’t it really come down to ‘the things I can buy for myself with this money would benefit me, and the things the government would buy would not?’

pervocracy:

theotherwomanmovie:

Let’s get this straight…your boyfriend has a wife, and that wife is now your best friend? See the #OtherWoman April 25 for all the answers.

This got me so excited, like “oh hey!  I know lots of families like that!  I’m so glad they’re making a movie about us now!”
Then I realized it was not about polyamory, and I was sad.

My girlfriend’s husband is a really cool guy and I like her girlfriend a lot. I haven’t met her other boyfriend yet but I hear good things.
I’m looking forward to laughing at odd times while watching this movie.

pervocracy:

theotherwomanmovie:

Let’s get this straight…your boyfriend has a wife, and that wife is now your best friend? See the #OtherWoman April 25 for all the answers.

This got me so excited, like “oh hey!  I know lots of families like that!  I’m so glad they’re making a movie about us now!”

Then I realized it was not about polyamory, and I was sad.

My girlfriend’s husband is a really cool guy and I like her girlfriend a lot. I haven’t met her other boyfriend yet but I hear good things.

I’m looking forward to laughing at odd times while watching this movie.

ohhowdegrading:

please protect me from this evil hex st. aubrey.

This is the funniest thing I’ve seen all week

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I really prefer

ohhowdegrading:

networking with people via tumblr for business because it’s just way seedier and creepier and that’s cool.

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psychophancy:

Sometimes you say more by saying the wrong thing than you say by saying what you meant to say…

psychophancy:

Sometimes you say more by saying the wrong thing than you say by saying what you meant to say…

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