A heart’s a heavy burden.

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misandry-mermaid:

scandalouslyfollowing:

nuric:

cap-out-of-time:

schwoozie:

[x]

ooc: Reblogging because holy shit.

I aspire to be this woman when I’m older. 

YASSSSSSS!

This woman was born before women were legally allowed to vote.

So don’t think for a second that she’s joking when she sees you trying to take that right away, Republicans.

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"I am jealous of those who think more deeply, who write better, who draw better, who look better, who live better, who love better than I."

— Sylvia Plath (via qodless)

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Tags: true that

queenmerbabe:

Finisheddd. I’m thinking I’m gonna call her Marley The Fat Merbabe and she loves Orcas.

queenmerbabe:

Finisheddd. I’m thinking I’m gonna call her Marley The Fat Merbabe and she loves Orcas.

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Tags: aw cute queue

trans-for-weird-people:

prince-kel:

for every trans man out there who love soy sauce but has to cut it from their diet due to soy sauce’s high concentration of Phytoestrogens (mimics estrogen) , the best thing you can replace soy sauce with is Chinkiang Vinegar.It does not contain soy at all and basically has the same taste.you can easily find it in stores specialized in asian food products.

Actually, no evidence has been shown to link consumable volumes of soy and its phyto-oestrogens with increase of oestrogen or oestrogen related issues in conclusive studies. Studies that have been conclusive in linking the two (or four) involved other animals with different metabolisms, and cannot be inferred to apply to humans. So as far as science knows right now, soy sauce is fine. Source 1 (Institute of Food Research) Source 2 (American Cancer Society) Source 3 (ABC) Source 4 (blog, not as reliable) However, the impact of putting soy into pretty much every kind of processed food as a filler is not good on the environment. Source 5 (the Guardian)

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lizbethvaughn:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

lizbethvaughn:

staystrongandshinebright:

xaldien:

Hans + saying the one thing he knows will break each sister

Gotta love how Disney has created one of the most realistic portrayals of a sociopath in recent history, and it’s actually terrifying.

that is why he is the scariest villain of Disney to date. because he was “normal” just like the rest of us.

For me the scariest Disney villains are Judge Frollo, Hans, and Mother Gothel. Because they’re all so realistic. We see them in our everyday lives. Judge Frollo is the corrupt politician who uses their power to persecute others, Hans is the con artist who plays with people’s feelings to get what he wants, and Gothel is the emotionally abusive parent.

I agree with all of these, and I’d have to add Gaston to the list, and possibly at the top. Gaston is the man who was rejected by a woman and then decides to hurt others because of it. Is there anything more relevant to society right now?

Perfect addition! I can’t believe I forgot about Gaston!

Adding Ursula. Consoles you, simpers over your sadness, offers you a way out, and then kills you with it.

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fiendishly-nerdy:

if someone “fights like a girl” you should be absolutely terrified of them have ever seen a girl fight they’ll rip your fucking throat out with their hands while the guys are still doing that weird cobra posturing thing for five minutes 

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I really do not see the difference.

storiesandconjure:

Maybe it’s just because I grew up around my food being slaughtered by me and my parents. Chinese fish markets, and poultry stations, we would buy the food live, and come home and gut and kill it as quickly as possible, and pluck the chicken, descale the fish etc. 

Like the only thing I feel about this issue is the projected guilt vegans try to force on me and how annoyed I get at that. 

It’s food for me, nothing more. 

I know it has consciousness, I feel it, I see it. Trust me being a witch, you know. 

I also inherently feel that I eat and need and enjoy meat as a source of protein. And ending a life in that sense for my own sustenance just doesn’t feel wrong. 

We can argue the semantics all you want. 

But I eat meat, I like it, and I don’t see it as wrong, having ended the life of animals myself for their food. 

Maybe it’s cuz middle to upper class people in the West have grown so accustom to not killing and harvesting their own food in their lily white apartments and suburban homes they have become completely disconnected to their baser instincts. 

Plants have life and sensation too. I feel it, feel the leaves die, the carrots, the apples. Death, to me, is also time. Each second dies into the next, one moment dies to give birth to another. It is only through endings that we have beginnings. We must eat to live, and kill to eat. We have to end something in order to start something, the continuation of energy within ourselves. Yes, it hurts, and so does time, but that’s what lets you know that it actually matters. If you couldn’t feel it, would you care?

novelteathought:

strivingking:

When you’re feeling down and out, REAL friends be like

image

okay but the guy in blue gets up and hold onto the back of the red guys shirt like a small child or perhaps a duckling

of course that’s true friends

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"Many people object to “wasting money in space” yet have no idea how much is actually spent on space exploration. The CSA’s budget, for instance, is less than the amount Canadians spend on Halloween candy every year, and most of it goes toward things like developing telecommunications satellites and radar systems to provide data for weather and air quality forecasts, environmental monitoring and climate change studies. Similarly, NASA’s budget is not spent in space but right here on Earth, where it’s invested in American businesses and universities, and where it also pays dividends, creating new jobs, new technologies and even whole new industries."

Chris Hadfield, An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth (via we-are-star-stuff)

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heathersketcheroos:

Blerp

mittiepaul:

Since you guys liked the first set, here’s some more anxious dragons! (and one that’s just done)

I wonder if dragon hoards are held to the same organizational standards as rooms? I’m pretty sure the first one is just procrastinating on cleaning.

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Tags: dragons!

  • me: I'm going to bed early tonight.
  • me:
  • me: is that the sun

Tags: yup exactly

nico-di-angelcake:

making up your own fictional universe

creating an entire history for it

creating characters who have complex back stories

RESEARCHING NAMES WITH MEANINGS THAT CORRESPOND TO THE HISTORY AND UNIVERSE AND BACK STORIES YOU’VE COME UP WITH

then never writing or doing anything with it at all ever

Actually, save all that stuff even if you don’t do anything with it yet. Seriously. Because one day, that epic plot will hit you, and you’ll have all the information to make it work. Blog of an author who did exactly that - and wrote one of my favourite series of all time.

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johnnyisquesting:

repmarktakano:

We are a nation of laws and compassion. Full video here.

Compassion? Compassion and understanding is something Jesus would do….im sure those folks blocking those buses werent people who believe in Christian principles. Right?

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