Find someone in the turbulence of the clouds. Rise above the storm, and never look back.

pikaiscool:


I slept on mom’s table to feel the sun more*I also broke things

Pokemon shaming is like the best thing out there.I’m really aiming to go one for one so if ideas do tell~

pikaiscool:

I slept on mom’s table to feel the sun more
*I also broke things

Pokemon shaming is like the best thing out there.
I’m really aiming to go one for one so if ideas do tell~

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  • Straight haired person: Just comb it!
  • Curly haired person:
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astudyinawesome:

I’m crying

astudyinawesome:

I’m crying

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everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

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sadisticbrit:

peter capaldi is a blessing on this world

Oh god I was so worried about this too

The more he talks about this upcoming season and the stuff he won’t put up with, the more I’m starting to believe he killed Steven Moffat and keeps telling everyone he’s on vacation while writing all his episodes himself.

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

overtheadriatic:

sadisticbrit:

peter capaldi is a blessing on this world

Oh god I was so worried about this too

The more he talks about this upcoming season and the stuff he won’t put up with, the more I’m starting to believe he killed Steven Moffat and keeps telling everyone he’s on vacation while writing all his episodes himself.

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zohbugg:

This movie was gold.

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vogelbird:

THINGS I LIKE

  • when people use my name in conversation
  • when people say “this reminded me of you!”
  • when people remember little things i say/do
  • when people genuinely thank me for things i’ve done for them
  • when i think of the same thing at the same time as someone else and you give each other the look

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  • Question: Please don't reply to this. I just wanted to tell you I'm so sorry for what happened, and that you should take all the time you need to grieve. - digitalmoriarty
  • Answer:

    druidspell:

    seananmcguire:

    Okay, so this is a thing I have explained before, and I now need to explain again, and I am doing it publicly because I feel that maybe I have not explained it clearly enough here on Tumblr.  This is not meant to single any one person out.  But:

    I have clinical OCD.  One of the ways it manifests is that people cannot give me permission not to answer things.  The only one who can declare comment amnesty is me.  Otherwise, the unanswered asks and comments will literally gnaw at me.  They will haunt me.  They will render me physically unable to sleep at night.  I will start having panic attacks because of the unanswered email and messages with “please don’t answer this” worked into the text, because everything I am says “answer it,” and everything I am says “don’t break the rules, don’t go against what people ask.”

    Do you see the problem?

    When I said “please do not message me about the death of my cat,” I meant “please do not message me about the death of my cat,” not “please do not message me unless you also give me permission not to answer.”  I still have to answer.  I cannot help it.

    I am so, so grateful that other people are sorry for my loss.  It doesn’t make the pain stop, but pain shared is pain lessened.  At the same time, having people go directly and explicitly counter to what I have asked makes things worse, because now I am heartbroken and dehydrated and not being listened to.

    I am not trying to be harsh, even though I understand that I may sound that way.  But please, do not message me about Lilly’s death.  Please, do not give me permission not to answer you.  Only I can give myself that permission.

    Please, be gentle with me right now.

    So hey, using this ask and response as an example (not to single out either of the primary participants), this is just a general reminder:

    When someone asks you to not do a thing, and you do the thing anyway, you are being disrespectful.

    When someone asks you to not do a thing, and you do the thing anyway, even with the best intentions, you are being disrespectful.

    When someone says “Please don’t message me about this topic” and you message them about that topic in spite of their request, you are being disrespectful.

    Your desire to do the thing does not trump their desire to not have the thing done unto them, regardless of who or how or why the thing is being done. 

    This goes for talking to people who have clearly stated their desire to be left alone; reblogging posts which have “do not reblog” in the body or the tags, demanding that random bloggers who belong to marginalized groups educate your non-marginalized-along-that-axis ass about their marginalization after they’ve posted about how they want people not to do this, harassing people online or off, and a host of other topics. If someone has clearly stated their preference for the level of interaction they prefer and/or are capable of dealing with and you ignore that preference, you are being disrespectful and you need to stop.

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outofcontextdnd:

I’m not evil, I’m good impaired!

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hythmknwy:

okay but hogwarts brought into the modern age though:

  • howarts with internet and students using the public computers in the library to play games like ‘hippogriff olympics’ and ‘nargle roll’ online, and swapping to essay research tabs whenever madam pince is anywhere near
  • students passing around notes in class with torrent links to download hogwarts: a history for free
  • inter-house competitions of world of warcraft and quidditch world cup 15
  • smartphones with apps for witch weekly and wizard’s digest
  • also apps for witches to keep track of their periods and includes an optional owl service, which, if selected, brings them an owl every month with sanitary towels and chocolate in discreet packaging
  • students who are dating students from other wizarding schools face-timing each other between classes
  • students who are dating muggles texting each other what they both learnt in school that day
  • wizarding social media and dating sites
  • parents bewitching their children’s technology so that, until they’ve finished their homework, all their phone does is sing ‘god save the queen’ in steadily increasing volumes, and the controllers for their games consoles get shy and hide in dark corners of the house until they’re coaxed out with gentle words
  • witches and wiZARDS EMBRACING TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES

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sanity-schmanity:

Just imagine though in care of magical creatures class one day Hagrid is about to lead a bunch of students to see some new beastie and he goes “Are ya ready kids?”
and suddenly a few muggleborns in the class scream at the top of their lungs “AYE AYE CAPTAIN!!!” and half the class is on the ground laughing while Hagrid and all the pureblood kids just stare totally bewildered

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brsis:

evilsupplyco:

There is a more than decent chance that if you interact with this Tumblr, even in passing, some member of the crew tracks your blog down and builds a report on what makes you tick.

The report is sent to the engineers and the necromancers. Maybe we will craft a nightmarish horror just for you. Sometimes for your benefit, sometimes for ours.

And if you tag someone else, why, that just spreads the love. Yes… lets… call it love.

well mark me down as terrified and aroused

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eyesoftaylor:

Today in Visual Comm we talked about political cartoons. Political cartoons are meant to be humorous but at the same time give us an important and serious message about politicians. The example I have chosen above shows the “American style” of desserts at the dinner table. The wealthy white man gets almost the whole pie, the middle class white mom and kids get one slice, while the poor African American family just gets some crumbs from the pie, although they have the most people to feed. The cartoon is also talking about the tax cuts that the wealthy are getting. The whip cream represents the tax cuts, which is being offered to the wealthy man to put on his pie. The wealthy man can only concentrate on his huge piece while the others just look on. This is a very effective cartoon in getting the message across.

eyesoftaylor:

Today in Visual Comm we talked about political cartoons. Political cartoons are meant to be humorous but at the same time give us an important and serious message about politicians. The example I have chosen above shows the “American style” of desserts at the dinner table. The wealthy white man gets almost the whole pie, the middle class white mom and kids get one slice, while the poor African American family just gets some crumbs from the pie, although they have the most people to feed. The cartoon is also talking about the tax cuts that the wealthy are getting. The whip cream represents the tax cuts, which is being offered to the wealthy man to put on his pie. The wealthy man can only concentrate on his huge piece while the others just look on. This is a very effective cartoon in getting the message across.

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supernaturalwanderlust:

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