Fucking white people

every person ever at least once regardless of skin color, heritage, or religion (via spicy-vagina-tacos)

sunevv:

surrealkat:

vodkaand-cigarettes:

"I felt so angry at the UCSB massacre and the sexism we’re blind to everyday so I drew about my opinions on sexism to channel my rage."
Source http://rasenth.tumblr.com/post/86791553337/i-felt-so-angry-at-the-ucsb-massacre-an-article

DAMN RIGHT

Reblogging this again because…. Well just look at it

fannishtalk:

maccahawk:

eternityinalake:

On nicknames for Kaner: "Well, where do we get started? Lil’ Peekster, lil’ Pipsqueak, yeah I don’t know we’ve got a couple good ones."
Meanwhile, Brad Richards:
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I think we scared Brad Richards. He thought he was coming on a team of complete professionals. One dance off and bickering session later he realized that are top stars are actually bickering children.  

saintawesome: weeping into my hands look at brad richards he’s like ‘i’ve made a huge mistake’

patricksharpbikecam: #these nerds #this panel was basically kaner and jonny chirping each other while richie silently wonders what the hell he’s gotten himself into #stupid codependent dorks

zarathuse: reblogging for poor awk brad richards#please somebody write the fic that chronicles his first few months here#as he tries desperately to figure out what he has gotten himself into#and realizes just how ridiculous k&t are about each other

umhiilikehockey: Brad is probably thinking what the fuck is wrong with this team do I get a nickname like that I should have stayed in NY this Chicago team is crazy

emilaalou: #you can literally see in brad richards’ eyes the moment he regrets going to this team Again combining tags for easier scrolling for those not interesting.  I love how the theme is basically poor Brad Richards, no one warned you.  This is his first convention, he hasn’t even played with the team yet - this is basically his meet and greet for the entirety of Chicago AND his new team all at once.  And they stuck him on a panel with Kane&Toews, their only panel to boot.  And they didn’t even ask him to dance.  Poor guy. I do wonder sometimes what other players think when they join the team.  Do they expect K&T to be best friends?  Do they assume they are normal players with slightly weird PR?  Whatever they expect, I’m sure it’s never what they get.  And that’s not even mentioning the Sharpy Prank Parade…

He’s so awkward he is pretending to drink out of an empty bottle

theidjitwinchesters:

whycantihashtagmyurl:

maryjuanakeeper:

andrealove95:

nhlredwings:

hockeyandthepursuitofhappiness:

rinklife:

As a girl who plays hockey, I LOVE any fan who’s willing to be respectful, regardless of gender.
I love the wives, husband, kids, and friends who bundle up at ridiculous hours of the night to watch our beer league games.
I love the fans who’ve just started watching hockey and may not know all the rules, but are having fun cheering for something.
I love the old timer fans who remember when St Patrick was just a baby goalie, or remember the days when helmets weren’t required.
I love the fans who watch hockey for the booty, because let’s be honest, hockey booty is awesome.
I love the fans who bleed their team colors and the fans who cheer for a player regardless of their team.
I love the fans who scrimp and save to buy a single ticket or piece of merchandise, and I love the fans who buy rink side seats to every game and own all the merchandise.
There’s one type of fan I hate though; I hate the fans who think they have any right to say who can or can’t be a fan. No one has that right, not even the players, coaches, GMs, or owners. That fan you’re invalidating, maybe they start to play later in life, maybe their kid is the next big hockey star, maybe they better their life through hockey, or maybe it’s just an escape from the monotony of the real world. That’s no one’s businesses but their own and we should be growing the sport not turning people away and deciding who’s “worthy.”
If you feel the need to dictate who can be a fan, perhaps you need to take a good look at the areas in your life that are unfulfilled, or that you’re unsatisfied with, that make you feel the need to put others down to feel better about yourself.
As for me, I’m going to keep loving and rejoicing in the amazing, diverse group of people that are hockey fans, even if I don’t cheer for their team.

Reblogging for this ^^^^^^

I’m a male hockey player and I appreciate any hockey fan no matter why they choose to enjoy the sport. Hockey is a game, but it’s also an art form. All forms of art are subjective. Some people love Van Gogh, some people hate Van Gogh. Some people love Miley Cyrus and some people hate Miley Cyrus. Love what you want to love, dislike what you want to dislike, you don’t need anyone’s approval. 

Reblogging for said comments^^

omg same this is perfect i’m a girl who plays hockey and any other female hockey fans who don’t play are pucksluts

Well aren’t you a dick.

You are literally missing everything the people above you said. Just because I don’t play hockey does NOT make me a puckslut. I love my team and I live in an area where I was never given an opportunity to play hockey. I grew up playing lacrosse and riding horses. I didn’t even know anything about hockey until my dad—who did play college hockey—watched it with me in high school. I fell in love with the sport because the athletes are so dedicated, because the boys are amazing people both on and off the ice, because it’s a kickass sport. Are the players hot? Sure some of them are. But that’s not the only reason I watch hockey.You don’t have the right to judge me or anybody else who watches hockey simply because they don’t play the sport. That makes you an asshole.


I’ll watch hockey and love hockey all I want. Whether I fuck the entire 1st line is honestly none of your concern. Get over yourself. People who think that a fandom should be their way or no way are exactly what is wrong with this world. Especially when if your favorite player walked up to you you’d throw yourself on him so hard he won’t know what hit him. Stop kidding yourself.

theidjitwinchesters:

whycantihashtagmyurl:

maryjuanakeeper:

andrealove95:

nhlredwings:

hockeyandthepursuitofhappiness:

rinklife:

As a girl who plays hockey, I LOVE any fan who’s willing to be respectful, regardless of gender.

I love the wives, husband, kids, and friends who bundle up at ridiculous hours of the night to watch our beer league games.

I love the fans who’ve just started watching hockey and may not know all the rules, but are having fun cheering for something.

I love the old timer fans who remember when St Patrick was just a baby goalie, or remember the days when helmets weren’t required.

I love the fans who watch hockey for the booty, because let’s be honest, hockey booty is awesome.

I love the fans who bleed their team colors and the fans who cheer for a player regardless of their team.

I love the fans who scrimp and save to buy a single ticket or piece of merchandise, and I love the fans who buy rink side seats to every game and own all the merchandise.

There’s one type of fan I hate though; I hate the fans who think they have any right to say who can or can’t be a fan. No one has that right, not even the players, coaches, GMs, or owners. That fan you’re invalidating, maybe they start to play later in life, maybe their kid is the next big hockey star, maybe they better their life through hockey, or maybe it’s just an escape from the monotony of the real world. That’s no one’s businesses but their own and we should be growing the sport not turning people away and deciding who’s “worthy.”

If you feel the need to dictate who can be a fan, perhaps you need to take a good look at the areas in your life that are unfulfilled, or that you’re unsatisfied with, that make you feel the need to put others down to feel better about yourself.

As for me, I’m going to keep loving and rejoicing in the amazing, diverse group of people that are hockey fans, even if I don’t cheer for their team.

Reblogging for this ^^^^^^

I’m a male hockey player and I appreciate any hockey fan no matter why they choose to enjoy the sport. Hockey is a game, but it’s also an art form. All forms of art are subjective. Some people love Van Gogh, some people hate Van Gogh. Some people love Miley Cyrus and some people hate Miley Cyrus. Love what you want to love, dislike what you want to dislike, you don’t need anyone’s approval. 

Reblogging for said comments^^

omg same this is perfect i’m a girl who plays hockey and any other female hockey fans who don’t play are pucksluts

Well aren’t you a dick.

You are literally missing everything the people above you said. Just because I don’t play hockey does NOT make me a puckslut. I love my team and I live in an area where I was never given an opportunity to play hockey. I grew up playing lacrosse and riding horses. I didn’t even know anything about hockey until my dad—who did play college hockey—watched it with me in high school. I fell in love with the sport because the athletes are so dedicated, because the boys are amazing people both on and off the ice, because it’s a kickass sport. Are the players hot? Sure some of them are. But that’s not the only reason I watch hockey.
You don’t have the right to judge me or anybody else who watches hockey simply because they don’t play the sport. That makes you an asshole.

I’ll watch hockey and love hockey all I want. Whether I fuck the entire 1st line is honestly none of your concern. Get over yourself. People who think that a fandom should be their way or no way are exactly what is wrong with this world. Especially when if your favorite player walked up to you you’d throw yourself on him so hard he won’t know what hit him. Stop kidding yourself.

(Source: hockeyfanconfessions)