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psaiki:

harada—sanosuke:

kylekallgren:

homolampkin:

jeeperscreeepers:

baturday:

Right this way, sir, your room is ready.

The second GIF, “RAAAHHH UNHAND ME, I AM THE NIGHT!”

I know I’ve rebageled this before but like I liTERALLY CAN’T HANDLE HOW FUCKING ADORABLE THIS IS

SOBS GROSSLY BECAUSE BATS

This is how Alfred must feel every day.

rebageled…

here’s to us; what was and what could have been.

spooky-phenris:

"i’m not in love with alistair," i say, lovingly, with a loving expression, as i stare at a picture of alistair, lovingly, 

FUCK YOUR PERPETUATION OF THE "BRONIES AREN'T REALLY OPPRESSED MYTH" YOU PRIVILEGED FUCKS. I COULDN'T GET A JOB BECAUSE OF MY BRONY ARMBAND.
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shitrichcollegekidssay:

Who the fuck wears any kind of merchandise to a job interview???

daddybangalter:

worst news of 2k14

urlcarpenter:

jean valjean is at the baker’s. “how much for these buns?” jean valjean asks. “oh, it’s two for 6.01,” the baker says. jean valjean turns very pale

lakidaa:

i like how his mom is immediately on his side and about to getaway car them off 

dangergays:

kinjokunie:

dangergays:

repeat after me:

allies are not oppressed
being an ally is not a sexual orientation or gender identity
the A in LGBTQA stands for asexual

then what letter is for ally

THERE IS NO LETTER FOR ALLY

wheatthins245:

cosplay-in-the-usa:

Please take a moment and watch this video.

Holy shit

lucyliunareclipse:

snorlaxatives:

damn….. ash is shredded as fuck

Is it unprofessional and/or inappropriate to ask a shift how much their hourly rate is? I'm a barista and I will be a shift sometime in the near future and a fellow barista told me there was a signifigant pay raise, but idk how true that is. Conversely, is it ok to ask my manager about the money before being promoted or would that be inappropriate/ look bad on me?

wpking:

yourbaristahatesyou:

The raise is typically a dollar. And yes… it’s very unprofessional to ask a coworker how much they make.

It is also grounds for termination.  Bosses don’t like their employees discussing and comparing their pay and bonuses.  I knew a dude who got let go because he told people about the store manager getting some “new store opening” bonus.  The boy was gone next day, and it is all legal because of the policies in the employee manual that new hires agree to.

Actually, you’re legally allowed to discuss your wages because of the National Labor Relations Act. If you’re fired for it, you can sue and get back pay.

qvarantine:

that why

gnharleybum:

actionables:

I did a thing.

Haaaaaa I love it