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  • my sister:

    oh my god

  • me:

    what?

  • my sister:

    i just realized something

  • me:

    ?

  • my sister:

    gaston is a nice guy.

  • me:

    ...? um, no, sorry, he's an asshole.

  • my sister:

    no, no, no, gaston is a 'nice guy'. think about it. he spends the whole beginning of the movie trying to be friendly to belle. everyone else in that town thinks she's a bookish freak with a crazy man for a father, but gaston like, talks to her and sort of tries to take an interest in her activities and compliments her and stuff with the complete 100% expectation that she's going to pay him back by being in a relationship with him. he tunes out what she actually says because he doesn't really think of her as a person, just a pretty trophy who should react to him the right way if he does the right things.

  • me:

    huh

  • my sister:

    and then when she hooks up with someone else, he gets all angry and shouty and insists that this other guy is a monster and she's lost her damn mind because she was supposed to fall for HIM, not someone else, and then he goes and stirs up the townsfolk into an angry mob and turns the whole thing into a witch hunt over his wounded pride.

  • me:

    O_O

  • my sister:

    gaston is a nice guy.

dammitmishaa:

So my friend came into school one day wearing a dress that had straps and the vice principal came up to her and said “You need to either change or cover your shoulders up because it’ll distract the boys” to which she replied “Well I find boys faces distracting, do they have to cover them up?” and the vice principal said “Maybe you should focus in class more.”

If that doesn’t tell you that things are messed up, then I don’t know what does. 

(Source: deanwinchesteroffiicial)

theresawerewolfinmybutt:

thetweetspeopleshit:

It’s so wonderful to know that someone who was a famous star on a old Disney Channel show and who is open with her sexuality gives someone the means to vent and act like a little twat on Twitter. Because you know, saying that your childhood is dead and destroyed just because she might prefer girls over boys is a very mature and very non-homophobic thing to say. Especially on a open social media website like Twitter.

(Source: deadlykillerqueen)

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