I find almost anything acceptable....as long as it's good funny, not bad funny. I love anime and cartoons. Plus just as the title says: I'm a sucker for anything cute.....this also applies to anything that hits me right in the heart.
Other times, it would be something thats happened somewhere in the world, news for that matter would interests me.
Right now, I'm in the Hetalia and Tiger & Bunny Fandom. I have not watched any of the other fandom's series, but I get a sense of understanding of what's going on.
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desertislanddream:

beckie0:

This headline and article had me fuming. They focus the readers attention on appearance again - rather than the good the person (in this case, Anne) is doing. I think it’s disgusting how newspapers pick us up on little details such as our makeup - rather that just report good deeds. Does anyone remember seeing the articles about the actress who saved people from drowning, yet all they focused on was her nipples that slipped out as she pulled them from the water?
Stop focusing on appearance and forming your articles in such a fashion to gain attention, it belittles the good that others do.

We really need to mention her lack of make-up? Really? She flew to Tennessee to spend the day with patient’s in a children’s hospital. Let’s focus on that.

desertislanddream:

beckie0:

This headline and article had me fuming. They focus the readers attention on appearance again - rather than the good the person (in this case, Anne) is doing. I think it’s disgusting how newspapers pick us up on little details such as our makeup - rather that just report good deeds. Does anyone remember seeing the articles about the actress who saved people from drowning, yet all they focused on was her nipples that slipped out as she pulled them from the water?

Stop focusing on appearance and forming your articles in such a fashion to gain attention, it belittles the good that others do.

We really need to mention her lack of make-up? Really? She flew to Tennessee to spend the day with patient’s in a children’s hospital. Let’s focus on that.

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sailorspine:

herspanic:

the slayage 

So funny story about this character. When I was young I got really confused watching watching this character because I wanted to know wether it was a boy or a girl, I was little I didn’t mean to offend anyone. So it made me upset ad I asked my dad one day if he was a boy then why was he wearing girls clothes and if it was a girl ten why did they have facial hair. So my dad watched the t.v show with me for a bit and concluded with a “Tiffaney sometimes people want to be both a boy and a girl, sometimes girls can be boys and boys can be girls. And that’s cool because that’s what they want to do”.

sailorspine:

herspanic:

the slayage 

So funny story about this character. When I was young I got really confused watching watching this character because I wanted to know wether it was a boy or a girl, I was little I didn’t mean to offend anyone. So it made me upset ad I asked my dad one day if he was a boy then why was he wearing girls clothes and if it was a girl ten why did they have facial hair. So my dad watched the t.v show with me for a bit and concluded with a “Tiffaney sometimes people want to be both a boy and a girl, sometimes girls can be boys and boys can be girls. And that’s cool because that’s what they want to do”.

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morelikegaymer:

Can we take a minute to discuss Mario DDR…

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mashedstuff:

zomgitsaj:

clawdee:

zekeku:

hanayome:

myluisa:

onlineworktips:

i-saybyipsos:

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1000 points is $10
The cheapest thing you can buy/give charity to is 1000 points. So you have to have at least 1000 points to cash out. 
There is cash to paypal (which takes 1-3 weeks to get into your account), you can get Visa gift cards (4-6 weeks), e-gift cards to Amazon and itunes (1-3 days), and the charities are: Trees for the Future, Big Brother and Sisters, Unicef, Ronald McDonald House, Doctors without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, Nature Conservancy, Red Cross, American Cancer Society, and American Heart Association.
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So yeah, totally sign up as male, and vary the age a bit. They don’t need 1,000,000 mid-20 dudes.

fun fact I’m a female and I got chosen to test nail polishes and got to keep them 

this website gave me candy to try out for their surveys!!

mashedstuff:

zomgitsaj:

clawdee:

zekeku:

hanayome:

myluisa:

onlineworktips:

i-saybyipsos:

Get paid by sharing your thoughts (or donate them to charity), totally your choice!

Joining is completely free, although

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE this is pretty muchlimited to US Residents only.

TIP: AND SIGN UP AS A MALE (Even if you’re a girl)

Trust me, you’ll get more surveys with that trick = more money.

Though you, yeah, can still sign up but you won’t be able to  do much surveys.

Start earning now!

Register here

Try this other panel, too, if you want: 

Oh my god, I made a “male” account & started seeing shitloads of surveys compared to what I had on my actual account, awesome tip! Wish I found out about that sooner :/

As for experience with this panel, I highly recommend this paid survey site, although honestly if you’re not from the US, dont’ bother. You won’t be even eligible to most (if not all) survey opportunities.

But they DO pay. Just look for reviews if you want some proof, they’ve been around for quite a long time & they are quite a reputable company.

I signed up for this though I wasn’t a US resident & I can prove that it’s absolutely useless if you aren’t so don’t bother.

One of the absolute few paid survey sites that aren’t a scam.

You have to be 18+ to be eligible for payment, I believe.

Though I just put 18 as my age despite being 16 & got paid anyways haha

BTW, rewards: Gift cards or cash to your paypal account.

1000 points is $10

The cheapest thing you can buy/give charity to is 1000 points. So you have to have at least 1000 points to cash out. 

There is cash to paypal (which takes 1-3 weeks to get into your account), you can get Visa gift cards (4-6 weeks), e-gift cards to Amazon and itunes (1-3 days), and the charities are: Trees for the Future, Big Brother and Sisters, Unicef, Ronald McDonald House, Doctors without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, Nature Conservancy, Red Cross, American Cancer Society, and American Heart Association.

I joined yesterday as a male. I did the first 3 surveys which are a getting to know you, and then today I answered 1 survey (working on my second) for 90 points, and then I had 2 other surveys I didn’t qualify for, but you still get 5 points for those, for your time.

I currently have a 200 point survey sitting in my queue that I’m hoping I qualify for.

So yeah, totally sign up as male, and vary the age a bit. They don’t need 1,000,000 mid-20 dudes.

fun fact I’m a female and I got chosen to test nail polishes and got to keep them 

this website gave me candy to try out for their surveys!!