Take Me To A Higher Plane
My name is Shruti, and I'm learning to
unapologetically be me.

I think I'm pretty chill.

I like to discuss television/pop culture, contemplate
life, dance to MIKA, and eat uttapam and jalebi.

I am cis; my preferred pronouns are she/her/hers.

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grumpycathos:

cynthikjelle:

characters that go from villain to awkward friend are so important







myulteriormotive:

How Frank Ocean came out.




z-o-l-a:

My dad gave our 2 month old English bulldog puppy a taste of strawberry Popsicle today. This is true happiness.




seavnteen:

truest shit ever spoken

seavnteen:

truest shit ever spoken




nativeamericannews:

Sacheen Littlefeather is an American Indian civil rights activist, best known for presenting a speech on behalf of Marlon Brando at the 45th Academy Awards in 1973. http://bit.ly/JhYYLp

nativeamericannews:

Sacheen Littlefeather is an American Indian civil rights activist, best known for presenting a speech on behalf of Marlon Brando at the 45th Academy Awards in 1973. http://bit.ly/JhYYLp




hernamewastangerine:

frenchtoastandpancakes:

My daughter has chosen the Dark Side

I’m crying.

Every time I encounter this video, I hit replay so many times it’s ridiculous.




chill-aesthetics:

Caribbean Flavour by Jonny Storey







tweenboy:

mood: drake
attitude: kanye







I bet I could live in Austin. Like, they have art, heat, a bike-friendly rep, Willie Nelson, and SXSW—not bad. I could totally be a Texan?




A lot of my favorite scenes from Friday Night Lights are just the guys goofing off on the field drinking beers and talking about Texas and their lives. I also love

Special mention to Tyra and Tim in the finale <333

On the other end, I hate Jason Street, and I skip every single one of his scenes every time unless it’s the pilot. And I hate when they call the guys “ladies” obv.

But really, everything in this show is beautifully done. You can feeel the tiny Texan town: the slow, deliberate camera angles, the trucks, and the sense that the only things that matter are those that involve Dillon, not to mention how they talk—especially Connie Britton (“Hey y’all”). Jason Katims is gr9 at depicting ~feelings~. It helps that they didn’t use sets and filmed in Texas.




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Female voters in the US have been called “soccer moms” and “security moms”. In 2004, single women were “Sex and the City voters”. Now – because apparently women can’t ever just be “citizens” or “voters”, or more likely because conservatives prefer to call us names instead of delving too deep into women’s issues – we are “Beyoncé voters”. Bow down, bitches.

Most single ladies would generally be thrilled with a comparison to Queen Bey in any way, shape or form, but the cutesy nicknames for politically-engaged women need to stop. Surely pundits and the political media culture can deal with the collective electoral power of the majority voting bloc in this country in some better way than symbolically calling us “sweetheart”, complete with head pat.

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Jessica Valenti: Nick-naming women ‘Beyoncé voters’ is exactly why we don’t vote Republican (via gregferrell)