Sadly I no longer know who requested this on stream, but here’s Honeydew’s Angels, Monster Hunters!
Had a dream just now that Macklemore was named TIME magazine’s Most Muggable Musician and he showed up at an interview to accept the award and they mugged him
What’s the point of mugging someone who only has $20 in their pocket
$20 can get you many peanuts
Money can be exchanged for goods and services
blog rates ayyy
send me a truth (question) or dare for my truth or dare video that was voted for when i reached 1k like a month ago oops
check out my sideblog? (totally optional)
rates will look like this:
Following: no sry | now | yes
blacklist “blog rates for ts”
The 15-year-old internet fuck boy aesthetic
- Smug avatar of a post-2010 anime
- Casual racism and sexism in between reblogging incestual hentai
- Aggression towards people playing video games they don’t like
- Full blown racism and sexism
- An obnoxious obsession with Dark Souls I & II
- A group of mindless followers who agree on everything they post
- Uploads images from /pol/
- a Read More → post about how lonely they are
- more hentai
Post-it Notes Left on the Train
Writer and illustrator October Jones, the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
Thanks Amber, for passing these along!
Need to kick Monday a little? This cat will help you do it.
Consent means to give permission.
It is both people’s responsibility to get consent from their partners. Everyone has the right to decide whether they want to have sex or not.
· Freely given — no pressure, no manipulation, and no asking if it was ok to do halfway through or after the fact.
· Informed — telling them about any STDs they should know about, being honest about using condoms and birth control, and being honest about whether you’re sexually active with other people.
· Something you can take back — it’s ok to stop or change your mind at any time. Saying “yes” once doesn’t mean saying “yes” forever, or “yes” to other sexual activities.
· Enthusiastic — being excited about it, not just letting it happen.
When people think about consent, “no means no” often comes to mind. But saying “yes” is really important, too. A straight-up “yes!” means that no one has to guess or assume anything, and you’ll know they’re really into it.
A trip down sensory lane.
Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”
wasn’t there a theory that Anton’s childhood cottage is the cottage Remy learned his craft from eavesdropping inside before travelling to Paris, and the recipe he’s tasting really is his mother’s ratatouille?
My technology makes me a superhero. iCaptain or the Amazing Texter or something. With an account on Facebook, Tumblr and iMessage, I can battle the forces of depression, anxiety, ignorance and misinformation. My sidekick Google does research on reliable .gov and .edu websites to find our most valuable weapons: education and reliable facts.
Misinformation and ignorance are most often the problems. Ugly phrases like “Feminists are Nazis” “Gay people should die” and “Friendzone” rear their heads. They taint the canvas of public message boards and comment sections. My powers of debate and sourcing help me take down these everyday evils. I reply with definitions and important context details such as culture of the times and phrases used interchangeably for the offenders words. Misinformation and ignorance are by far the easiest to conquer.
Although these are more rare, they still exist and pop up at the most inopportune moments. Anxiety and depression are the least conquerable foes. While fighting easier battles or out for a leisurely stroll on Tumblr, we will encounter phrases such as “I can’t breathe” and “Would anyone even notice if I was gone?” Sometimes they come from strangers, sometimes friends and sometimes we write them. We do our best to console the victims of these ugly villains while battling the fiends behind the curtain. The hardest part is the victims fell like they’re the enemy due to the sneaky social stigma and unwarranted insults from people who don’t care. We do our best to fight off anxiety from 3000 miles away, but how do you tell someone you’ll count breathes with them or hug them or get some fresh air with them when you can’t even see them? I push on. I try to slog through the feelings and misconceptions to the man controlling the horror show.
Sometime we win. Sometimes we lose. But more often than not we come out on top, victoriously thrusting up our fists with the victim who climbed out of the black hole. I try to remember that when I’m the one who can’t breathe or can’t find anyone who cares. I try to remember the usernames of who I’ve saved, even momentarily, when I feel like ending it all. I try to repeat the phrases I laboriously push through the Internet to myself.
“You are loved”
“You have so much to offer”
“Don’t give up”
Sometimes I believe me. Sometimes I don’t. But so far I’ve come out on top every time. Against the anxiety, the depression, the panic attacks. I’ve learned to turn my weapons on my demons to save myself. I just have to wonder how long superman can resist the kryptonite.
Intricate Handmade Fantasy Creatures by Ellen Jewett
Born in Markham, Canada, Ellen Jewett took to shaping three-dimensional forms naturally at a young age. To Ellen, sculpting has always been about life, biological narratives and cultural statements. The tedious hours of labor act as the mysterious foundation from which each of her sculptures’ personality springs forth.
In 2007 Ellen completed her post secondary education with a degree in Biological Anthropology and Art Critique from McMaster University. She had already started Creatures from El in 2005 and upon graduation plunged into it full-time.
Ellen continues to supplement her knowledge with professional courses and apprenticeships. She aspires to pursue graduate work in anthrozoology whilst maintaining her life as a studio artist.