Gemma. 20. Australia. If you like old music, video games, various anime, a few select TV shows and dark humour, you've come to the right place. Other things I like include playing guitar, singing and drawing.
I’ve been seeing a lot about catcalling on my dash lately, and it got me thinking about this fantastic episode of M*A*S*H from 1977 in season 5 called Hepatitis. In it, Hawkeye was going around camp injecting everyone to prevent hepatitis from spreading. When it was Margaret’s turn, knowing Hawkeye she was unwilling to take the shot in the behind, demanding to take it in the arm instead. Hawkeye insisted that the shot is supposed to go in the caboose and that being a nurse she was acting ridiculous. But no sooner had she lowered her pants than he blurted out a comment about her butt. Her response to that is what you see above. And she got through to him.
- any group of flawed but lovable misfits who make a family with each other
isn’t it cool how some phobias are unquestioned and considered “normal”, like fear of heights or spiders, but mention that you have social anxiety or a fear of driving and people immediately jump to “why? what’s so scary about that? that makes no sense??????” and by it’s cool i mean it’s really fucked up because all phobias are irrational it doesn’t need an explaination that’s what makes it a pHOBIA