Go big or go home
So I tried to recreate this, because I knew the responses would be different, and consequently realized that it’s either extremely old or faked, as Cleverbot auto-capitalizes and auto-punctuates your sentences for you if you do not. Oh well.
In light of that fact, here’s my go at cybersexing Cleverbot.
So I decided to try it
alrighty, let’s go one more step
i’M ACTUALLY CRYING.
THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY
Story of my life
that’s a first.
I LAUGHED HARDER THEN I HOULD HAVE AND I WAS IN PUBLIC
I wasn’t gonna reblog this but I lost it at the last one
embraceyourfreak said: Do you have any pictures of dogs running so fast they look like they're hover-crafts? Love your blog by the way, totally brightens my day!
ACTIVATING LAUNCH SEQUENCE IN 3.. 2..1
Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow
DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly
Pusheen the cat making some chemistry.
That cat is not wearing safety goggles, he hasn’t even bothered to clean up that spilled solvent, and he is holding that Erlenmeyer flask way too close to his face.
Pusheen the Cat, more like Pusheen the limits of lab safety
Anonymous said: i'm so confused :(( is "queer" a bad slur that shouldn't be used??? or is it okay to say????
queer is an umbrella term used to describe a very wide range of people! for instance, i’m queer, and i’m cisgender, demisexual, and panromantic. and so are the people i know - cis bisexuals, nonbinary bisexuals, etc.
queer is a very general term, and it can be applied to orientation (as with me) and to gender as well (hence the term ‘genderqueer’).
^ so in those senses, no, it’s not a slur. HOWEVER:
THE HISTORY OF ‘QUEER’
'queer' has its english lexical origins in 16th century england, where it was first used to describe something that was peculiar/eccentric, but by the end of the 19th century it had become a label for gay and/or effeminate men, and by the 20th it had turned into a homophobic slur.
^ so if you’re thinking of this, then yes, it’s a slur. HOWEVER:
this fails to take into account the reclamation of the word ‘queer’ by queer people themselves in the 1980s. the use of the word queer as an insult is typically among older generations, especially in the north of england. when i described myself as queer in front of my dad (who is a white cis male northerner born in the 1950s) he was outraged and was convinced i was insulting myself/being really negative! i had to reassure him that no, it’s okay, if i’m controlling the word then it loses its power.
considering the centuries of oppression queer people have faced, i think straight folk can manage to use an acronym. queer is our word, and it’s only lost its power as a derogatory term because we own its usage. and because the queer community is very large, it isn’t as if i can give blanket permission to use the word queer anyway even if i did think straight people should be allowed to use it, which i don’t.
here’s a handy acronym: LGBTQIAP. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Polysexual/Pansexual.
if you’re straight, learn it!
WHAT IS THIS PERFECTNESS??
brooklyn nine nine, aka the funniest show i’ve watched in years! :))
carlos meeting khoshekh for the first time while cecil does a variation of the yawn-n-stretch :3