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batmansymbol:

batmansymbol:

two dads tell their adopted son that he is adopted

he looks at them and bursts into tears

"i thought you were my fathers … but you were just faux pas"

i am happy this post is getting notes because we need more queer representation in awful jokes

fight for social justice today; add lgbtqia people to shitty horrible groan-inducing life-ruining puns

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Check Yes Juliet, Count Me In // All Time Low ft. We The Kings // 540,293 plays


fivesoskians:

KILLER MASHUP.

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Happy 36th Birthday, AJ Cook! (July 22, 1978-

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Happy Birthday Unicorn Queen (21 July 1976)

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The beach is my happy place :) first sea swim of the year.

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skylarsugarsocks:

why do so many people despise musicals with such a fiery passion
what are you afraid of?? joy???

4 days ago[53,199 notes]reblog

skylarsugarsocks:

why do so many people despise musicals with such a fiery passion
what are you afraid of?? joy???

4 days ago[53,199 notes]reblog

skylarsugarsocks:

why do so many people despise musicals with such a fiery passion
what are you afraid of?? joy???

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thbthc:

 One part of Holocaust education that I am unable to cover, due to time restrictions, is visiting a concentration or extermination camp in continental Europe. I have visited Auschwitz, a long time ago, but for this article, I felt it more useful to speak to people who had visited more recently. Included in this article are the points of view of three people; a student who visited as part of her History GCSE, a teacher who visited with the ‘Lessons From Auschwitz’ programme, and an ex-primary school teacher who visited out of interest, after travelling to multiple places around the world, including the Cambodian killing fields.

Auschwitz is obviously a million miles away from your average history classroom in the UK. Just outside the small village of Oswiecim, an hour to the west of Krakow, the museum and memorial recorded 1.33 million visitors last year (2013). 83% of these visitors took guided tours from licensed educators – Auschwitz is oriented around education and memory. So what role do my volunteers think that their camp visit played in their understanding?

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christ, the trains to nottingham/newark aren’t even that expensive but the taxi fare from the station to the holocaust centre is like £20 each way, which makes like £60 in travel and bleh that’s a LOT OF MONEY. 

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