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troye-slayvan-oakley:

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trxylervevo:

Philadelphia

Turkey

Copenhagen

Sweden

New york

CARDIFF

Amsterdam

Somewhere , anywhere in England

NORTH YORKSHIRE IN ENGLAND

LEICESTER SPECIFICALLY MY HOUSE I WILL MAKE YOU IMPECCABLY BRITISH TEA AND SCONES

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mamamelletandmamaoakleyslay:

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vanillanigga-troye:

vanillanigga-troye:

Hawaii, USA

MAKE SURE YOU TAG YOUR REBLOGS WITH TYLER OAKLEY AND TYLER OAKLEY TOUR SO HE SEES IT

Leeds, England

COME TO ALBUQUERQUE NO ONE COMES HERE COME ON TYLER

COME TO WALES, UK YOU LITTLE SHIT AND I WILL LOVE YOU LOTS

HARROGATE, BRADFORD, LEEDS, ANY NORTH YORKSHIRE PLACE

LEICESTER PLEASE TY PLACES IN THE UK I CAN ACTUALLY GET TO

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looneytoonz242:

submalevolent:

starlightandtea:

trip-hop-cabaret-dance-punk:


In today’s edition of ‘Unnecessarily Gendered Items’

the only tea u should drink is


I was actually curious about this and so looked up the ingredients of each tea to see if there was an actual reason as to why they would be gendered.
Men’s tea: ginger, cardamom, liquorice, carob, cinnamon, barley malt, roasted chicory, peppermint, fenugreek, fennel, mace, anise, ginseng flowers, astragalus, turmeric root, chili pepper, cinnamon extract (natural flavour), black pepper. 
Women’s tea: ginger, cinnamon, orange peel, fennel, chamomile, barley malt, dandelion, black pepper, orange extract (natural flavour), juniper berries, liquorice, cardamom, cloves, angelica root extract (natural flavour).
I know from previous research that angelica root is used in some herbal remedies for menstruation, and we know chamomile has been used for soothing nerves.  The male tea has has more hot spices (which increases blood flow) and fenugreek (which apparently increases libido). 
This translates to: Period Tea, and Boner Tea.
Thanks, Yogi.


that’s…actually very interesting

It is

looneytoonz242:

submalevolent:

starlightandtea:

trip-hop-cabaret-dance-punk:

In today’s edition of ‘Unnecessarily Gendered Items’

the only tea u should drink is

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I was actually curious about this and so looked up the ingredients of each tea to see if there was an actual reason as to why they would be gendered.

Men’s tea: ginger, cardamom, liquorice, carob, cinnamon, barley malt, roasted chicory, peppermint, fenugreek, fennel, mace, anise, ginseng flowers, astragalus, turmeric root, chili pepper, cinnamon extract (natural flavour), black pepper.

Women’s tea: ginger, cinnamon, orange peel, fennel, chamomile, barley malt, dandelion, black pepper, orange extract (natural flavour), juniper berries, liquorice, cardamom, cloves, angelica root extract (natural flavour).

I know from previous research that angelica root is used in some herbal remedies for menstruation, and we know chamomile has been used for soothing nerves.  The male tea has has more hot spices (which increases blood flow) and fenugreek (which apparently increases libido). 

This translates to: Period Tea, and Boner Tea.

Thanks, Yogi.

that’s…actually very interesting

It is

gigi-van-damn

arnoldschoenberg:

fricking average untrained singers singing musical theatre songs on tv talent shows pisses me off because everyone’s like wow amazing and if an actual trained musical theatre singer went on everyone would be like no ur too musical theatre like being fricking trained is a bad thing

I kind of agree with this. Yes, being trained and knowing what you’re doing is great and makes you so much better than you could ever have been otherwise. Yes, many of these people on talent shows (Susan Boyle for example) aren’t as good as the general public build them up to be. But that they only come on with their natural talent and still manage to do a good job is pretty damn impressive in itself.