diloolie:

knitmeapony:

ryl-e-coyote:

i am laughing because i just started imagining a gordon ramsay-like feminist writer who, rather than helping to keep restaurants in business, goes to writers of television shows and films and chastises them for the sexism, racism, and general lack of diversity in their scripts

"YOUR SCRIPT IS AS WHITE AS THE PAPER IT’S PRINTED ON, YOU DONKEY."

PLEAAAAASEEEEEEEEE

I DIDN’T KNOW I NEEDED THIS UNTIL I SAW THIS POST!

(via divergentscantbecontrolled)

I got nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge today. I’ll be doing it tomorrow morning. Now I’m spending the night picking out my nominees.

Hershey Day 2: The Hershey Story and Dinner at The Chocolate Avenue Grill

Top Picture: A selfie of me at The Hershey Story trying on a replica of the aprons worn by the female Hershey factory workers in the 1910s.
Bottom Left: A picture of Mama Gotham and me in The Chocolate Avenue Grill.
Bottom Right: My dinner! Cocoa Salmon. Here’s the description from the restaurant’s website: “cocoa and toasted almond topped fresh scottish salmon, sautéed spinach and artichokes, yukon gold mashed potatoes.” It was fantastic!

Hershey Day 2: The Indian Echo Caverns

Top Picture: The Swatara Creek across from the opening of the cavern. The creek flows into the Susquehanna River.
Bottom left: Crystal Lake within the caverns. It’s called Crystal lake because the water is crystal clear.

The rest of the pictures are from within the cavern, showing stalagmites (the picture above Crystal Lake), stalactites, flowstone, etc. It’s a lot of fun, though I do recommend wearing sneakers (which I did) and a sweatshirt (which I didn’t) because it does get very chilly down in the caverns.