the fact that the song ‘macho man’ is still played on the radio is honestly the most mind blowing thing about our culture
the history behind ‘ymca’ was that gay men used to hang out in ymca gyms a lot, because it was a place where poor and homeless young men could work out (again, being ripped was super In with gay men at the time) and incidentally see half-naked dudes everywhere, and the locker rooms were acknowledged as the place you’d get hooked up with as many drugs as you could snort and as much dick as you could suck. now we play it at children’s birthday parties and every 9 year old in america has a vague idea of how to flap their arms in the shape of the letters
i’m dead serious when i say the influence of 70s macho gay culture on the heterosexual mainstream is the most fucking bonkers thing ever
—sigmund freud (via davidplaysguitar)
Fehling and Gogel
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Haus Schatz, Baden-Baden, 1965-68
I am just now watching 500 days of summer for the first time and this really would have appealed to 19 year old me. However I am now a grown up who doesn’t need diapers so basically the movie was terrible
This is the truest
guys: i know the basics on how to respect women
guys: w-wait where are you going aren’t you gunna suck me dry
ok but give me one good reason why you wouldn’t date Kermit the frog besides that he is a puppet and a frog
I can’t beat Miss Piggy in a fight. She’s very strong and knows karate.
The more I see that gif of Scarlet Witch telepathically playing with blocks with that wondrous vacant expression, perfectly lank River Tam hair, and childish night gown, I want to find Joss Whedon and beat him with a brick, all whilst screaming about his inability to write adult women with agency.
—Peter Schultz (via kohwala)