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  2. dailydot:

How Tina Belcher became everyone’s favorite awkward teen hero
Tina’s relatability is not widespread, but specific to a younger generation. That’s not to say that older people don’t find the show funny, too, but the brusque sincerity Tina possesses rings distinctively true for millennials, a group too often characterized as wild and artificial. Consider that a poll from last year found Bob’s Burgers viewers to be among the poorest; it’s not hard to understand why a bunch of low-income twentysomethings would flock to a show that portrays a struggling family with all different types of personalities, one of whom is a daughter that internalizes those struggles and that of her adolescence in a way which looks remarkably familiar. 


Furthermore, Tina isn’t just a millennial paragon, she’s a paragon of millennial femininity. Her awkward, budding sexuality isn’t just funny and relatable, it’s essential. 
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    dailydot:

    How Tina Belcher became everyone’s favorite awkward teen hero

    Tina’s relatability is not widespread, but specific to a younger generation. That’s not to say that older people don’t find the show funny, too, but the brusque sincerity Tina possesses rings distinctively true for millennials, a group too often characterized as wild and artificial. Consider that a poll from last year found Bob’s Burgers viewers to be among the poorest; it’s not hard to understand why a bunch of low-income twentysomethings would flock to a show that portrays a struggling family with all different types of personalities, one of whom is a daughter that internalizes those struggles and that of her adolescence in a way which looks remarkably familiar. 

    Furthermore, Tina isn’t just a millennial paragon, she’s a paragon of millennial femininity. Her awkward, budding sexuality isn’t just funny and relatable, it’s essential.

    [READ MORE]

    Reblogged from: dailydot
  3. Reblogged from: tiredestprincess
  4. lensblr-network:

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by danschultzphoto.tumblr.com
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  5. thevampirequeen:

    Civil Rights Movement vs Ferguson Protests

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  6. milkshakeprincess:

    when ur playing video games and u move the joystick half a centimeter and the character moves twelve feet and falls off a cliff

    image

    Reblogged from: mygirlfriendattempts
  7. expressions-of-nature:

    Light Fossils by: Darren Pearson
    
    Reblogged from: verdantdeer
  8. pleatedjeans:

    History According to Tumblr (18 Pics)

    Reblogged from: itschives
  9. Bay Area? More like Bey Area

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  11. Reblogged from: garbagepal
  12. Shitty camera quality,  amazing hair quality

    Shitty camera quality, amazing hair quality

  13. I swear to god, ‘Turn Down for What’ has killed someone. I’ve been at parties that are chill, maybe even winding down, and that song comes on and people take five shots in a row and start throwing chairs in the air.
    The dark side of Lil Jon. (via mightequinn)
    Reblogged from: onthedanetrain
  14. Reblogged from: tiredestprincess
  15. iguanamouth:

    another set of commissioned dragon hoards ! the cat hoarder and the kitten hoarder are best friends and sometimes let their charges meet for playdates 

    (part one) (part two)

    Reblogged from: pilgrim--soul
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