I'm not bored by this stuff.
what i’d really like is for someone to objectively watch me for a week or so and then just sit down with me for a few hours and explain to me what i am like and how i look to others and what my personality is in detail and how i need to improve where do i sign up for that
John Butler - Ocean
Favorite song of all time. always repost.
So basically all these separate posts are kind of combining into my head into this one epic fantasy series with mermaids and knights and dragons and pirates
where all the relevant characters are lesbians.
I would read that in a fucking night. Even if it’s like 600 pages long. Write it!
And if you look to your right you will see Loki not taking any of you seriously.
I love that little side to side hop he does in the last one.
sometimes I forget that Americans have to pay for university upfront like what the fuck is that are u guys ok
No we’re not okay.
We’re not okay at all.
We’re really not. Our life choices boil down to working jobs that barely pay above minimum wage or launching ourselves into mind-numbing debt for the unlikely chance that we might make sustainable wages and possibly (MAYBE) afford healthcare.
This place fucking sucks. 0/10 do not recommend.
“To an extent it’s a problem with fandom: the fact is that you’ve got thousands of intelligent people thinking about a problem, and statistically speaking some of them are likely to come up with something more clever than the creators. […] There comes a point at which, frankly, fandom IS better than the creators. We have more minds, more cumulative talent, more voices arguing for different kinds of representation, more backstory… The thing is that I rarely get involved with a show without a fandom anymore, because I actually enjoy the analysis and fic and fun more than I enjoy the show itself. Similarly, I get drawn into shows I otherwise wouldn’t really consider by the strength of their fandom. And I want the shows to live up to their fandom, but it’s an almost impossibly high bar, because the parts of fandom I choose to engage with are often parts that wouldn’t be considered sufficiently accessible or relevant to a majority of viewers. So… basically, for me, fandom is primary, and canon is secondary. The latter is really only there to facilitate the former.”
Hugh Turvey is a British artist and photographer who uses x-ray technology to create what he calls Xograms, a fusion of visible light and x-ray imagery.
- X-ray image of an elephant skull and tusks.
- Turvey experimented by photographing his wife’s foot in a high-heeled shoe.
- An x-ray image of a Dachshund wearing a protective cone.
- X-ray of a goldfish in a bowl.
More over at National Geographic
I am never wearing high heels again. I felt exactly the same phantom, emphatic pain from seeing this as I did when I saw the practice of foot binding for the first time.