I AIM TO MISBEHAVE!


First of all.. I am not a lesbian.. I'm not even female.
I am a manly man.

That is me in the gif.



My name is Ramma and i fucking love bacon.


Here are some links for your enjoyment. CLICK THEM, BITCHES!

All about me
This is me (warning.. may cause pregnancy)
Answered Asks
Hot Bitches
Music
TV/Film
Wrestling
Comics
Cute Animals
My Babies
My Lastfm account


Many people wonder how i got this awesome url.. let me tell you

When I closed my eyes, I saw this thing, a sign, I saw this name in bright blue neon lights with a purple outline. And this name was so bright and so sharp that the sign - it just blew up because the name was so powerful... It said, "Towritelesbiansonherarms."

You really are the perfect lesbian . - the penis of course "
- Lesbiansandthelivingdead

Fappers Fapping

Flag Counter

The gif is me and the icon is not.

femmebotnoir:

"No woman should ever have to go through that, and no woman strong enough to wear the mantle of ‘vicious bitch’ would ever put up with it."

I love Cordelia so so so much.

(Source: faithlehne)

garykingoftheworld:

prydonianrenegade:

zuzuhiddles:

I’ll stop reblogging this when it becomes irrelevant which will be never. 

That this popped up on my dash, without irony, so soon after DC announced its slate of films, featuring films headlined by a woman, a Polynesian AND an African American, while Marvel has STILL not announced any release dates for films where the above are, if present, simply support for the straight, white, male headliner… amuses me.  :-)

One could argue it’s still relevant, just not in the way it was originally intended to be.
DC is represented by a person of color, trying their hardest and still not getting any credit as Marvel, the white guy, brags about their perceived superiority when they aren’t actually working themselves nearly as hard as the person they’re bragging towards.


BOOOOWM! 

garykingoftheworld:

prydonianrenegade:

zuzuhiddles:

I’ll stop reblogging this when it becomes irrelevant which will be never. 

That this popped up on my dash, without irony, so soon after DC announced its slate of films, featuring films headlined by a woman, a Polynesian AND an African American, while Marvel has STILL not announced any release dates for films where the above are, if present, simply support for the straight, white, male headliner… amuses me.  :-)

One could argue it’s still relevant, just not in the way it was originally intended to be.

DC is represented by a person of color, trying their hardest and still not getting any credit as Marvel, the white guy, brags about their perceived superiority when they aren’t actually working themselves nearly as hard as the person they’re bragging towards.

BOOOOWM! 

(Source: modelcity)