Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

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33 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

  1. #18 is me. It’s why I need someone to join things with me for at least one or two days, so they can stop me from going out and immediately buying everything even remotely related to it.

      1. I’ve been railing against the use of nonexistent numbers as reference for years, here! Whyyyyyy. You are forcing me to count against my will!

        1. It’s even worse for me because I learned to count from watching Sesame Street and have to think “Ah! Ha! Ha!” after each number.

    1. I read that one a couple times. Best I can come up with is that he got the bartender to say “Twat”.

      Two what…Two-at…Twat

    2. I think it’s just supposed to be one of those “social anxiety” posts. Like the person goes in and tries to act all cool and natural but doesn’t know how to order a drink, so they desperately try to just repeat something they’ve heard on TV or the movies, and go, “Give me two on the rocks!” because it sounds cool. Since they didn’t specify what they want two of, the bartender asks for clarification, but because the person is socially awkward they are now dying inside and cannot say anything but agreement.

      1. No one ever says on the rocks.

        And if they did the bartender would most likely ignore them to encourage the fadora wearer to leave.

        1. “No one ever says on the rocks”? What? It’s a really common phrase, especially for whisky drinkers and those differentiating between types of margarita and other possibly frozen drinks. O.o
          Before you accuse me of anything, I am female – and though I probably have a fedora somewhere in my closet, at least I spell it correctly.

          1. It’s really common in movies.

            In an actual bar people just say “ice”, unless of course they’re using actual rocks (which is a thing).

        2. I always order a double shot of tequila on the rocks. Most people that drink straight liquor will say on the rocks, with water, neat, etc.

    3. If they’re anything like me in bars, they couldn’t hear what the bartender said so they just said thank you and smiled.

    1. Well, you’re in the general vicinity. It is north of Nicaragua, south of Guatemala, and west of Honduras. Guatemala is south of Mexico. Not that close to Brazil, really.

      1. Why do people post how much they know online?

        You’re online.

        You’re not fooling anyone into thinking you just knew that without looking it up.

        1. It’s in Central America, not South. But the joke doesn’t really work as it’s not about geography? The United Kingdom and Britain are two different things and I’m fairly certain the person would’ve known where they were talking about locus wise? It would be like confusing the Netherlands and Holland.

          1. I mean, Britain is a perfectly acceptable substitute for saying “United Kingdom”. While technically it doesn’t include Northern Ireland in modern usage Britain and United Kingdom actually ARE interchangeable.

  2. “Tumblr is thoughtful and respectful” immediately followed by a “white people” post?

    Nah, I’m sorry, I’ve been on tumblr long enough, tumblr is always worse than Facebook. It wasn’t Facebook that accused Jurassic World of racism and “brown face” because Christ Pratt was a little more tan than normal in one screenshot.

    1. I personally love this summer’s fiasco:

      Tumblr: “There’s too many white protagonist!”

      Disney: “Okay, good point! Here’s a movie staring a Samoan deity.”

      Tumblr: “Oh my god! That’s cultural appropriation!”

      1. Weird, I haven’t seen a single anti-Moana post on Tumblr – mostly just a lot of squee-ing. Guess I frequent different corners of it than you do
        ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  3. I’ll give you 50 if you show me Sweden. The reason why people should know that Britain isn’t the U.K. is because we as Americans know more about American history (which goes back to Britain) than we do about El Salvador. If you think that’s an issue, well, it kinda is! But tell me what happens when you ask a Malaysian person about Amelia Earhart. Show me where Sweden is, you sausage. Show me Sweden.

    1. I’ll give you 100 if you show me Brest. Wait, that could be confusing. I’ll give 100 jpegs of Big Beaver in Pennsylvania if you show me Brest in France…is Pleated Jeans moderated?

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