donate to an aboriginal australian organisation this invasion day
^ the Djap Wurrung embassy is protecting sacred land and sacred trees that vic roads wants to desecrate in order to build a road that would most likely be used mainly by coal miners. if you live in victoria, ask yourself if you’re able to come down there sometime to show some solidarity! here is their gofundme:
thank you for this addition!
http://wanganjagalingou.com.au/donate/ please support the Wangan and Jagalingou peoples who are fighting the mining company Adani from building a mega mine on their lands
That last one is super important, because Adani and the Australian government are pulling some real fast shit to try and get past the Wangan and Jagalingou people’s native title. The UN have even cautioned the Aus govenment that they’re infringing on indigenous rights.
Currently digging out a cheap source of petroleum jelly since the ants are back for their summer vengeance and turns out that some cats are precious little arseholes who won’t eat out of their bowls if I go a water moat. (smearing a thin layer of vaseline around the base of a cat’s food bowl will create a barrier the ants can’t cross and won’t harm the cats. Well they might get a mild case of the shits if they eat it, but minor in the scheme of things)
Which is how I found this:
At $49 it’s ridiculously overpriced but I am sorely tempted purely for the magnificent aesthetics of that jar. And the horrific mental gearclashing it will cause in guests to our kitchen when they see it sitting on the bench, right next to the breadmaker and the fear in their eyes as they ponder the answers to the questions dancing like demons in the depths of their psyches
a woman: hi, how are you?
a man: hm. see I wouldn’t have phrased it exactly like that. I might have said “hello” or perhaps “salutations.” but the way you said it is cute though.
You are aware this is just as sexist as the things people say about women, correct?
a woman: you ever notice men speak to women like we are beneath them and constantly police our language and appearance?
a man: hm. i know you, poor thing, are blissfully unaware of the difficulty that text posts put us (men, or “males,” depending on the colloquial) through. let me explain in the follow paragraph how we can effectively ignore institutionalized and global sexism because this post personally called me, a man, out for my degrading behavior. see, this sort of witty and harmless observation is sexist,
anyway here’s my gay vampire movie. a 17th century vampire living in a lighthouse for years falls in love with a 90s surfer. plot isn’t important what’s important is the vampire thinking ‘dude’ and ‘radical’ are terms of endearment so it’s like *vampire voice* my dude …… how do i preheat the oven