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  • Feminists:

    Hey. We'd like for women to be treated as equals.

  • Society:

    Oh sure. You want "equality" but then you expect men to open the door and pay for meals, is that it? That's not equality! That's special treatment!

  • Feminists:

    Um, no not really. You don't have to open the door and pay for our meals. We can do that ourselves.

  • Society:

    *gasp* What? You don't want men to open doors for you? Why do you hate nice people? No wonder chivalry is dead! You'd yell at a man for just being polite and opening the door for you?

  • Feminists:

    No! We're just saying you don't have to do it just because we're women!

  • Society:

    And while we're at it, how come you don't protect male victims of abuse and rape, huh?

  • Feminists:

    Actually, we think it's really terrible that men are forced to stay quiet about their abuse because they're worried about not being taken seriously. It's this Alpha Male myth that causes it. Men are abused and raped and they're not helped because men are supposed to be tough and able to handle it. This also goes for men not being able to express emotions.

  • Society:

    Oh, so you just want men to be a bunch of pansies then, huh? You hate men for wanting to be strong LIKE NATURE INTENDED THEM TO BE. You'll be sorry when you end up married to some weak, simpering fool who likes to talk about his "feelings"!

  • Society:

    Also, you can't have equal rights because women aren't aggressive enough to want higher pay and stuff.

  • Feminists:

    HOW ABOUT YOU GO FUCK YOURSELF AND THE HORSE YOU RODE IN ON?

  • Society:

    Jesus, calm down. No need to be so aggressive.

seapeny:

sweetlyfez:

moyaofthemist:

prettylittlerobbers:

!!! I’m thinking about buying some potting supplies from the local Ace and having a bunch of outdoor plants in pots, so this is actually helpful!

Any idea which of these might grow well in Portland, Oregon? I grew up in Arizona and don’t have a good feel for what grows in wetter climates.

Going by the stuff that will happily grow in our very soggy British garden, most of these should grow just fine, and the anemone, snowdrops and geranium will also definitely cope in shady conditions too (the others might as well but I’m going on what I know we have)

Also! If you can find it, plant Magic Mountain Basil (it’s purple). Our bee friends here in San Diego LOVE it! bonus: you get fresh basil for your home cooked meals P:

(Source: gerhard-martin)

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