Danny Phantom:A 14-year-old boy with an already sucky life gets half-killed by his parents' stupidity, and has to try to keep up with his own life.
Fairly OddParents:A depressed 10-year-old is given a pair of magic fairies to help relieve him of all different forms of child abuse.
The Last Airbender:A 12-year-old boy is given the responsibility of saving the entire world by mastering a decade's worth of mystic skills in under a year.
The Grim Adventures of Billy And Mandy:Two children of undisclosed ages are confronted by death himself and make a deal with him, and go on a series of adventures in the underworld and are confronted by many deadly mythical creatures.
Adventure Time:The last surviving human of "The Mushroom War" lives in the post-apocalyptic land of Ooo with his adoptive brother, Jake, and battles evil and injustice.
How to Train Your Dragon:A teenage boy gives up the approval and acceptance of his father and culture to save the life of the only friend who loved him as he was, and in return loses his leg yet changes his world.
Regular Show:Mordecai and Rigby have real nigga problems.
Do you have any tips for chubby girls(me) new to dating sites?
don’t hide your body. make sure you have a full body shot or two, because you don’t want to be dealing with people who aren’t completely attracted to you, on an emotional level and a physical one. and you don’t need the fear that they’ll reject you once they “find out” you’re fat. cause that’s not fair to you.
don’t think you can’t have standards, because you can, and you should. you don’t have to be “thankful” for any guy who gives you the time of day, contrary to popular belief. that’s bullshit. set your standards and stick to them.
use the block and report buttons liberally. seriously. block and report anybody who crosses a line.
don’t be afraid to message people. something good might come of it. and if not, then fuck ‘em.
that’s the best I got for now, or at least the most important stuff. good luck!
“I know there’s that fear that you’re going to be Forever Alone. But here’s the secret: everyone has that fear. It’s easy to give in to despair and assume the worst, but nobody, nobody knows what life is going to bring. And that’s the glorious thing about life: there is always hope.”—- Ask Dr. NerdLove: Dating on Hard Mode (via drnerdlove)
If you’re a single woman over 20, do yourself a favor and stop reading now. For the rest of you, here’s a seedy little fact: Men of pretty much any age are mainly attracted to 20-year-olds. It doesn’t matter if the man is 20 himself, or 28 or 36 or 49. If we’re to believe the search habits of dating-website users, then men, no matter what age, want a woman two years out of high school.
This isn’t what men say they want, of course. Read the profile of a 36-year-old man, and he’ll say he’s looking for a mate between, oh, 26 and 42. And that may be. But when he rates OkCupid’s female users in purely visual, ruthless “hot or not” style, as the website asks him to do, the 20 year olds win in a landslide.
Even more pernicious is this: Look at who these men are actually contacting. By a large margin, it’s the youngest women they believe they can plausibly nab. Guys in their late ’30s overwhelmingly contact 30-year-old women. But the moment a man turns 40, he immediately switches to 35-year-old women, and keeps plugging away at 35-year-olds till the day he turns 45, when lo and behold, he begins approaching 40-year-olds instead. “You can almost see the gears turning,” writes the author—the gulf that separates “what men imagine they’re supposed to desire, versus what they actually do.”