WE ONLY USE LEASHES BECAUSE DOGS CANT HOLD HANDS
Alright strap in this is gonna be a bit of a ride
An insurance agency called AAMI, which primarily focuses on automotive insurance, started a Safe Drivers Rewards Program a few years ago. To promote it, they ran an advertisement that focused on one woman, Rhonda, going about her day and being cheered by crowds of people for being such a good, safe driver.
In a later ad, the same character uses the savings she made from her AAMI Safe Driver Rewards™ to go on a holiday to Bali. There she meets a guy named Ketut, an employee at the resort she is visiting, and they flirt like rabid hyenas.
After she arrives back home, she relates her adventures to her friend (with minor embellishments), but is interrupted by their car being rear-ended by a fruit truck, providing a perfect opportunity to use the AAMI Claim Assist™ app.
Some time later, Rhonda attends a highschool reunion, prodly showing off some “brake foot bling” that she was able to afford due to her AAMI Safe Driver Rewards™. She hits it off with former teenage heartthrob Trent Toogood, and they spend the evening dancing together. Ketut arrives late to the affair, flowers in hand, only to find that Rhonda has left with Trent.
In the final instalment, Ketut finds Rhonda’s anklet, which she lost during the dance, just before she returns for it. He replaces it on her ankle, and they share a romantic dance together while the janitor sweeps up the streamers.
It’s a thrilling love story that spanned over three years, and kept Australian audiences captivated the entire time.
SIX SELFIES FOR YA’LL
now with captions for your enjoyment
WOW FUCK U
just trying to throw out some love at people I adore on this webite so here we go
the bae’s (unrequited or not I don’t care because I love ya’ll)
generally amazing human beings who I adore
hanji-zoe + mr-egbutt + life-with-titans + myshittylevihans + natashas-butt + thatstrangeplacecalledmymind + attractdistract + militislibertas + askareinerbraun + irohthesecond + unidentified-flying-bananaba + gaylordjean + hanjis-scrapbook + syrant + ackersexual + itsraviolibitch + nimbus-cloud
I have most likely forgotten a lot of people OTL
regardless, so much love and admiration for these folks <3
I ONLY JUST NOW SAW THIS
Voice Actors and Actresses from Avatar The Last Airbender who came back with new characters in The Legend of Korra.
Everyone probably knew this was coming.
I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS ABOUT THIS COMMERCIAL
I always wondered why they didn’t turn this into a full-scale campaign. It was BRILLIANT.
Spidey using his infamous crotch move to disarm Deadpool. Although I think we all know who really won in this situation.
Just seeing if I still know how to Prisma because my tablet cord might not get here for 3 more days! ; ~;
Know the fucking difference.
Feminism is a good thing. Some people (a loud minority of people really) who think they’re feminists are bordering on misandrists - that’s what gives feminism a bad name. They’re not feminists if they put down men while bringing up women. People who hate the feminist movement because it puts down men don’t hate feminism - they hate misandry.
This is actually great to know. I had such a negative look on feminists (even as a woman) and it was because of the misandrists. Not the feminists.
So thank you for sharing.
Nice to know that true feminists are more concerned about women hating men than about men hating women, the latter of which actually results in women dying from male violence.
^ They are not more concerned about women hating men than men hating women. They are equally concerned, because both of those things are major problems. Just because someone doesn’t want women to belittle men’s opinions to feel superior does not mean that they are not just as disgusted by the prevalence of violence towards women in our society as you are. These opinions are not mutually exclusive, and in fact both are very valid concerns.
Feminists have the right idea. Women and men should be equal. But if you respond to any privileged person agreeing with that assertion by dismissing their opinion, they’re going to stop agreeing with you. They’re going to start seeing feminism as misandry, and you can’t get the world to change by only allowing a select group of people into a movement.
A man has as much right to support feminism as a woman does. Some men are willing to help change society to become more equal and to give up the privilege they were born with. But if you dismiss them as people who think that only their opinion matters just because they voice it out loud, you’ll turn them on the defensive and you’ll lose the support of someone who is on your side.
You may not think you need the help of men to get feminism to be accepted as common sense, but for something to be common sense, you need to get as many people to accept it as possible. You’re not going to do that by pushing people away.
im putting this in my about
I look stinkin cute today
inspired by (x)
look at this sweet shirt I bought