thedollydamnllama:

alittlealoof:

we couldn’t get the hair right so we decided to just be the black versions of Daria and Jane. lol.

kay (kaycritiques.tumblr.com) is daria. i’m jane.

You got the hair PERFECT!

(via troubledsigh)

(via cabell)

ifeelyouphoenix:

damnnlyssa:

o daria

Haaaaaaa yes.

ifeelyouphoenix:

damnnlyssa:

o daria

Haaaaaaa yes.

(Source: ladolcebabe, via angelsscream)

ravingsofabitch:

She knows what’s important.

(via missgingerlee)

missmisandry:

celestedoodles:

Jodie at 43—President Jodie Landon at her Inaugural Ball

UM YES

(via birchsoda)

"

I used to bask in the Daria comparisons. To be called “Daria” was considered an acknowledgment of your mental acumen, acerbic wit, and general allure as a disgruntled misanthrope. Now that I’m grown, I can’t help but think that however “Daria” I may be, the person I truly relate to is Jodie. In a sea of white faces, who couldn’t even begin to comprehend the term “privilege,” yet alone unpack it, she was the lone POC girl.

Daria is a feminist show with a feminist main character, with that teen angst telegraphed through sarcastic quips. Jodie isn’t really that different from Daria, except she’s black, more tolerant of her less-than-stellar classmates, and further out in the sidelines. Although it’s Jodie’s standing as one of the “cool kids” that makes her a secondary character, her marginalization is an accurate reminder of the real life standing WOC often have in feminist spaces.

It’s hard for me to know where to begin talking about some of the issues I have in regards to feminism and the limited spaces it offers POC. As of late, I’m more and more disappointed in my supposed allies, when attempts to talk about my individual experience as a feminist of color go nowhere. This isn’t a new complaint, either. One of the repeat offenses of post-modern feminism is the mammoth failure to factor race and privilege into the ongoing dialog. When you’re a person of color, there is no such thing as separating race and gender – it’s a package deal, baby. It shouldn’t be that great of a stretch to acknowledge that race is an enormous factor in how a woman lives and perceives her experience; it’s her race that sets the tone of how others will approach and treat her as a woman. If you get the urge to tell me that I’m wrong, you probably aren’t a person of color and you should just sit back down and pay attention.

I look forward to the few seconds or minutes when Jodie gets screen time. Besides comfortably going toe-to-toe with Daria, Jodie is point blank about Lawndale’s almost blinding whiteness, and so freaking meta about her status as a token black character that it hurts. Daria may snark endlessly about buying into the patriarchal system and everyone’s general need to get a clue, but Jodie’s cynicism runs on a deeper level because she knows that she can (and most likely will) be collateral damage of the same system Daria may only marginally suffer. Daria can walk away relatively unscathed, or if she chooses to be continually vocal about her complaints, there is always some sort of sympathetic space for her as a white woman. The same doesn’t hold for Jodie.But the beauty of Jodie is that she copes and works hard on her escape plan.

"

— I enjoyed Lois Payne’s analysis of the racial divide within feminism through the lens of Daria you haven’t read it yet, please do! (via racialicious)

(via exceedinglytrans)

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so-treu:

thedeeface:

dedication-to-daria:

Daria & Jane would be 31 now. Trent would be 36 and Quinn would be 29. Wow, can you believe it? I sure can’t.

I need grown-up Daria in my liiiife.

^^^^^

This is weirder than me having a baby.

so-treu:

thedeeface:

dedication-to-daria:

Daria & Jane would be 31 now. Trent would be 36 and Quinn would be 29. Wow, can you believe it? I sure can’t.

I need grown-up Daria in my liiiife.

^^^^^

This is weirder than me having a baby.

jwsjumpers:

peopleasponies:


Stumbled across this. Have you seen it yet?

Submitted by twilightsparklesharem.
No source (message me if you have one) but… hahahahaha.

http://danshive.deviantart.com/art/My-Little-Daria-202238654 Source found!

jwsjumpers:

peopleasponies:

Stumbled across this. Have you seen it yet?

Submitted by twilightsparklesharem.

No source (message me if you have one) but… hahahahaha.

http://danshive.deviantart.com/art/My-Little-Daria-202238654 Source found!

(via saathi1013)

hellogrizzly:

No words.
robotroadhouse:

GPOY.

GPOY always.

robotroadhouse:

GPOY.

GPOY always.

Tags: daria gpoy

suchahipster:

apriki:

Daria is a smart & cynical girl going through teenage life as a proud outsider in a world of mainly idiotic teens and condescending adults.
Pilot1.01 2.01 3.01 4.01 5.01 1.02 2.02 3.02 4.02 5.02 1.03 2.03 3.03 4.03 5.031.04 2.04 3.04 4.04 5.04 1.05 2.05 3.05 4.05 5.05 1.06 2.06 3.06 4.06 5.061.07 2.07 3.07 4.07 5.07 1.08 2.08  
3.08 4.08 5.08 1.09 2.09 3.09 4.09 5.09 1.10 2.10 3.10 4.10 5.10 1.11 2.11 3.11 4.11 5.11 1.12 2.12 3.12 4.12 5.12 1.13 2.13 3.13 4.13 5.13Is It Fall Yet?Is It College Yet?

CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL

I actually own the complete series on DVD, but for those poor unfortunates who don’t, this is a great resource.

suchahipster:

apriki:

Daria is a smart & cynical girl going through teenage life as a proud outsider in a world of mainly idiotic teens and condescending adults.

Pilot
1.01 2.01 3.01 4.01 5.01
1.02 2.02 3.02 4.02 5.02
1.03 2.03 3.03 4.03 5.03
1.04 2.04 3.04 4.04 5.04
1.05 2.05 3.05 4.05 5.05
1.06 2.06 3.06 4.06 5.06
1.07 2.07 3.07 4.07 5.07
1.08 2.08  
3.08 4.08 5.08
1.09 2.09 3.09 4.09 5.09
1.10 2.10 3.10 4.10 5.10
1.11 2.11 3.11 4.11 5.11
1.12 2.12 3.12 4.12 5.12
1.13 2.13 3.13 4.13 5.13
Is It Fall Yet?
Is It College Yet?

CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL CABELL

I actually own the complete series on DVD, but for those poor unfortunates who don’t, this is a great resource.

Tags: daria

[IMAGE: Still from the cartoon Daria; Daria is sitting/half-reclining on the couch in the Morgendorffer living room, alone, with a pillow over her head.]
GPOY.  Especially today.

[IMAGE: Still from the cartoon Daria; Daria is sitting/half-reclining on the couch in the Morgendorffer living room, alone, with a pillow over her head.]

GPOY.  Especially today.

(Source: tokyo1992, via girl-farts)

Tags: daria gpoy