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Emma Watson Fights For Gender Equality With Powerful UN Speech

Emma Watson formally invited men to join the fight for gender equality in a moving speech on Sept. 21, launching the HeForShe campaign.

To watch her full speech go here. 

If you haven’t watched her speech in full I strongly suggest you do. It is powerful, eloquent, intelligent and beautifully said.

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Trigger warning: Breakfast

Holy shit.

reasons why we don’t make fun of seemingly odd triggers

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it’s like i’m living la vida without the loca

my dad when my mom said we weren’t having pizza (via pemsylvania)

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Harry Potter concept art by Jim Salvati (x)

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I feel like this gifset is missing someone important:

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  • Me: I'll sleep early tonight and get a good 8 hours
  • Me: *watches entire season of tv show*
  • Me: *reads every book i own*
  • Me: *goes on quest to find the holy grail*


One day I hope to be as David Rees as David Rees is


The History of Humans, courtesy of David Rees


I like how “twerking” and the “downfall of society” happened at the same time

  • David Rees: I want to know how to throw a paper airplane.
  • David Rees: -goes to NASA-


Listen, if there is a david rees fandom or a Going Deep fandom i’d like to be considered a DEDICATED member


Making My Life Better By Binge Watching: Going Deep with David Rees

File under: Fun facts see also: genuine enthusiasm for science

There’s pretty much nothing I don’t love about this show. John Hodgman had been talking it up for weeks, but out of laziness I didn’t go out of my way to watch it until tonight. I put it on intending to watch one episode and I ended up binge watching the whole season so far.

Here’s a list of things I love about Going Deep…

  • David Rees. This show wouldn’t work without him and his sincere excitement about what he’s learning. 
  • The love for the unsung experts of everyday stuff.
  • The everyday science facts. It perfectly feeds my love of annoying people with fun facts.
  • The filming and editing style. It’s snappy and fun and full of silly little details.
  • Seeing the “seams” of the show. I absolutely love that they use the blooper style moments and often show/involve the crew. It’s a spot on choice for a how to style show.
  • The Wes Andersonesque title cards that introduce the experts.
  • The on-the-spot songs (someone get David Rees & Elliott Kalan together in an impromptu musical)
  • The humor. I laugh out loud at least 3 times per episode.
  • The high fives! So many high fives.

Do yourself a favor and watch this show.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is called a party hole. I designed this hole by myself and then some of the people were like, ‘David, why do you call it a party hole? It’s just you, there’s no guests, no one else can join you.’
I don’t like making small talk and I get socially awkward. So for me this is the definition of a party: me standing in a hole all by myself.

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