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Cookies, Funny, and Target: Ice skating + HD Cameras- beyoncescock: i find this extremely funny when in truth these skaters would be laughing at me cause im sitting here wasting away while eating cookies and milk

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Funny, Ice, and Via: Ice skaters mid-trick via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2wyhR8i

Ice skaters mid-trick via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2wyhR8i

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Feminism, Girls, and Movies: LA VIR PARISIENNE sous LA GLACE SERVEE La Parisenne deviendrait elle looeese Ou yit beaucoup mokes de yantaleus, cette asnie t finkspiration: kendrene: yamino: gay-and-disorganized: flukeoffate: nestofstraightlines: feminism-is-radical: snowwhite638: captain-snark: derinthemadscientist: chimericaloutlier: lemonsharks: qglas: startrekrenegades: knivesandglitter: discursivetacenda: belovedtraveler: newvagabond: This will always remain my favorite vintage lesbian art… Do I even have to break it down for you? I just thought it was a mermaid trapped under ice the caption says “Are Parisian women becoming more thrifty? Seeing a lot of different types of panties this year!”presumably half those girls are commando or wearing thongs. this is totally lesbian pinup ads. If it were just a mermaid trapped under ice, there would be no reason all the skaters above the ice are wearing skirts and are presumably women. also look at that mermaid’s smile she knows what’s up. I feel the need to correct the French translation, primarily because I’m garbage, but also because the actual translation has a significantly different meaning than what is written above.  The French says, “La Parisienne deviendrait elle économe ? … On voit beaucoup moins de pantalons, cette année ?” “Are Parisian women becoming thrifty? Seeing much fewer pant(ie)s this year!”  I know I’ve reblogged this 5000x before but 1. Never with that corrected translation and 2. I don’t care this is a great ad but how is she smoking under water? Lesbian mermaid magic The cigarette indicates it’s sexual too. Although I agree that it being usable underwater is a baffling detail I think the cigarette is to make damn sure you know it’s sexual. Cigarettes were often used in movies and art to indicate that that woman is a lesbian! Also see how she has 2 fins not one? It symbolises trousers instead of a skirt, another way to hint at the woman being a lesbian in artwork at the time. I’m just incredibly relived for the corrected translation, the nonsensical-ness of ‘thrifty = more pants’ has troubled me for a while now. GUYS. Although it is made to look like a cigarette–look at the box next to her. It’s a sardine box. She is holding her last sardine like a cigarette. So it actually makes more sense than a cigarette under water…. (Obviously the sexy cigarette imagery is still there, it’s just a clever way to work around the water bit) this post is just the gift that keeps on giving. I can’t even imagine being SO STRAIGHT that I’d think this was “just a mermaid trapped under ice” smh @lesbian-sorceress @clexcallysto I’m obsessed with this painting, I have it hanging in my house, and I never realized it was a sardine she had in her fingers before!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I’m SHIVERED
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Af, Anaconda, and Bones: brandoncarlo: csykora: brandoncarlo: Hockey players have weird af ankles Unnecessary answer hour returns!  This is in fact true.  There are two bones in your lower leg. One’s big and buff and one’s pretty wimpy. When you walk, that big tibia takes ~80% of your weight of impact, and the fibula only has to take the remaining 20%.  But skaters place their weight differently over their feet. In principle a hockey player has 100% of their weight shifted forward onto their tibia.  You can actually see the implications of this in practice. If you break your fibula, 20% of the weight-bearing is gone, and you won’t really be able to walk. But a hockey player who cracks their fibula can and will keep skating almost without noticing something’s wrong. This happens pretty damn often when they block shots. You’ll see them skate easily over to get checked out, step up onto the hallway floor, and then suddenly slump over, with medical staff helping them limp off down the hallway.  I hear people saying, “oh, guess he’s fine!” when hockey players get up and appear to be skating okay: nah. And when a player wants to return to the ice: they may genuinely feel better skating but be too injured to walk.  And over time, if you’re in the weight-bearing position for skating more often than walking, and are skating from a young age, yes, that affects the shape of your weight-bearing bones and external appearance of your legs and feet. I don’t have a survey on hockey players’ shapely ankles compared to the normal population in front of me at the moment, but every single skater I see could be identified by their ankles I thought this was going to be someone condescendingly explaining hockey to me but this is so informative and well written and I trust you with all my bones now.

brandoncarlo: csykora: brandoncarlo: Hockey players have weird af ankles Unnecessary answer hour returns!  This is in fact true.  There a...

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