factorykat:

rythos:

tooquirkytolose:

~And they lived happily ever after~

This was really dumb and a lot of fun to draw :D

THIS IS THE BEST AND CUTEST THING I’VE READ IN A LONG TIME <3

Now that’s a happy ending heck yeah

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m-azing:

Pyrrha, The God Who Doesn’t Hate You But Is Extremely Disappointed Because She Knows You Can Do Better
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thetrolliestcritic:

pipistrellus:

qichi:

a ~spooky insane asylum tour~ where you walk through dark empty hallways until you get locked in and someone comes up and lectures you about being shitty about mental illness for an hour

ah

I feel like we should do this for asylum roleplays.

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thingsfandomshavetaughtme:

what i mean when i say i want a character who isn’t defined by their sexuality:

  • a character whose sexuality isn’t the butt of every joke
  • a character who isn’t a one dimensional stereotype and nothing else
  • a character whose relationships are allowed to be as complicated and deep as straight people’s
  • character who aren’t in relationships all the time and have platonic relationships with the genders they’re attracted to as well as romantic ones
  • characters who have personality traits not related to their sexuality

what straight people think i mean:

  • a character whose sexuality is never mentioned in canon but in an interview after it’s finished
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grumpyscorpio:

minithecorgi:

A sour candy fell on the floor and this happened. She did this for about an hour

Guys puppies are so precious, I think I might actually cry. If you’re in a bad mood, watch this.

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missus-ruin:

Set with just the animated ones at full size.

posted 6 hours ago with 57,430 notes
"The dominant media is itself a tool of white supremacy: it repeats what the police deliver nearly verbatim and uncritically, even when the police story changes upwards of nine times, as it has thus far in the Brown killing. The media use phrases like “officer-involved shooting” and will switch to passive voice when a black man is shot by a white vigilante or a police officer (“shots were fired”). Journalists claim that “you have to hear both sides” in order to privilege the obfuscating reports of the state over the clear voices and testimony of an entire community, members of which witnessed the police murder a teenager in cold blood. The media are more respectful to white serial killers and mass murderers than to unarmed black victims of murder."
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