micdotcom:

Amy Poehler just schooled Neal Brennan on what it’s like to be a woman with one sentence 

Oh, Amy. How do we love thee? Let us count the ways. 

For one, she can make a feminist argument zing like a “Weekend Update” punchline, a skill she demonstrated as a recent guest on The Approval Matrix, the Sundance Network’s new panel show. During her interview, Poehler was asked about modern men and the difficult challenges men face.

Poehler has never been shy about women’s issues | Follow micdotcom

*heart eyes*

(via porksandfuckreation)

Tags: amy poehler

"

You will never get anywhere comparing yourself to others.

It seems useful, at first — they represent a goal you can achieve, and that might work if other writers were a bullseye you could hit, or a percentage you could nail. They’re not. Their work is always outside yours. Their work will always be different, and it will always feel stronger than your own. Someone will always be doing better. Sometimes by millimeters, sometimes by miles. Getting published doesn’t fix that. Publishing ten books doesn’t fix it. Awards don’t fix it. They might pad you a little. They might buffer you — a bulwark against the buffeting winds of wild imperfection. But you will always find your way back to that pit. You will always look in the broken mirror of foul water and see a version of you that fails in comparison to others.

Stand against this feeling.

Remind yourself that you are you and they aren’t.

Be clear with your own traitorous mind: they feel it, too. We all feel it.

"

There’s This Thing That Happens Sometimes… « terribleminds: chuck wendig

nbcparksandrec:

nbctv:

Basically.

Accurate.

Role model.

Dead.

Dead.

(Source: kennethbrangh)

UNACCEPTABLE

Barely Legal Pawn feat. Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Melt. Down.

(Source: bryancranston, via fyeahbreakingbad)

ventusthecorgi:

Bagel riding a unicorn in his dreams


Necessary.

ventusthecorgi:

Bagel riding a unicorn in his dreams

Necessary.

(via theashleyclements)

"Recently, I was doing an extremely cool thing and taking myself to see What If, the Daniel Radcliffe rom com, and thinking the deep thoughts I think when I’m alone, namely, “why can’t I have a meet-cute? I’m a nice enough looking lady in a big city and I rarely meet anyone out in the world.” I was standing on an escalator somewhere in midtown Mindy Kaling-ing in my own mind, and when I looked up an accidentally made eye contact with an attractive human male on the opposite escalator. And in response to our locked eyes, my face went into full glower. This is the learned behavior of a decade in New York, and I’m not super proud or pleased with it, but then two things happened: the cute bro looked away (because I was glaring at him, like a cool, friendly girl), and an older, more disheveled man, said, “Smile, baby! Your tits are happy!"

Female New York Post Writer Feels Differently Than Other Women

believeinatl:

Saw these a couple of weeks ago and then someone ripped them down, but left the surrounding pieces. The artist followed up almost immediately and reposted them with an added message.
#IBelieveinAtlanta because this city belongs to everyone.
#NotJustBoysFun (at Edgewood Shopping Center)

believeinatl:

Saw these a couple of weeks ago and then someone ripped them down, but left the surrounding pieces. The artist followed up almost immediately and reposted them with an added message.
#IBelieveinAtlanta because this city belongs to everyone.
#NotJustBoysFun (at Edgewood Shopping Center)

Tags: atlanta

bigboxcar:

Gah. Robin Williams died today. I don’t even know what to say. I love this photo of him.

Yup. This is the photo that got me.
Please please please know that it’s OK to get help. 1-800-273-8255.

bigboxcar:

Gah. Robin Williams died today. I don’t even know what to say. I love this photo of him.

Yup. This is the photo that got me.

Please please please know that it’s OK to get help. 1-800-273-8255.