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lokisgloriouspenis:

okay today i learned that apparently the penis has a say in whether or not a child will be a boy or a girl

female sperm swims slower than male sperm, but the males can’t swim for as long as the females. this means that a long penis will be closer to the egg when releasing the sperm, and there will be a higher chance for the child to be a boy.

so in conclusion

if you have a lot of sons you have a big dick

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THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE POST

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The specific targeting of children is one of the grimmest new developments in the way conflicts have been waged over the past fifty years. In the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries, roughly half of all deaths in conflict zones were civilian, according to the U.N. During the Second World War, civilians accounted for two-thirds of the fatalities. By the twentieth century’s end, almost ninety per cent were civilian.
The New Way of War: Killing the Kids : The New Yorker (via denyinghipster)

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a short (selective) guide to NHL names

peppersheart:

Lemieux = the better
Crosby = by the cross (because basically Jesus)
Gretzky = Greek nut
Patrick Kane = noble stick
Jonathan Toews = god’s gift x2
Evgeny Malkin = noble-born son-of-a-queen
Alex Ovechkin = defender-of-men belonging-to-a-female-lamb
Eric, Marc, Jordan, Jared Staal = eternal-ruler steel, warlike steel, going-down steel, went-down steel
Claude Giroux = lame spear-wolf
Henrik Lundqvist = rich-home twig-grove
Tyler Seguin = doorkeeper friend-win
David Backes = beloved bake-house (or beloved hunchback)

(disclaimer: in cases of multiple origins only one interpretation is shown here and it is not necessarily the academically correctest)

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Temeraire Series: In His Majesty’s Service - Part 1

"If you would like to have your ship back," Temeraire said, "I will let someone else ride me. Not him, because he says things that are not true; but I will not make you stay."

Laurence stood motionless for a moment, his hands still on Temeraire’s head, with the dragon’s warm breath curling around him.

"No, my dear," he said at last, softly, knowing it was only the truth. "I would rather have you than any ship in the Navy."

-His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik

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Filed under formative life experiences I made the thirteen year old boy I babysit read this while his younger brother read Sabriel and Dealing with Dragons I understand now why people have children

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broofriends:

There are a lot of important Speak Now tour covers but this is the most important one, because “am i more than you bargained for yet”, because “i’m just a notch in your bedpost but you’re just a line in a song”, because “drop a heart, break a name”, because the pronoun change she makes isn’t even a pronoun change it’s “how i’m just dying to be him → how i’m just dying to be here”. SO IMPORTANT. 

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