theonlycottoncandy:

Commissioned in May. Finished in September.Twilight Sparkle vs. Tatra t77

theonlycottoncandy:

Commissioned in May. Finished in September.

Twilight Sparkle vs. Tatra t77

ask-von-the-kirin:

No one will be as adorable as Fidget

sharkchunks:

Or you could be reading a boring book. Not every book contains glowing magic tentacle monsters. If you’ve suffered High School and/or College, you’ve likely had to read so many dull-as-fuck books that you can get turned off of reading forever.
If I could give myself from the past any advice, it would be to read a good fun easy novel the moment college ended. As it was, I lost years not wanting to read after school. Reading was a lost cause for me until like 2005. Harry Potter and Aleister Crowley brought me back.
Like that quote, “Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes,” by Steven Winterburn, before you think you’re not good at reading check to make sure you’ve not just been stuck with boring books. Different people take interest in different things and you may simply be out of your favored material. I certainly never thought Potter and Crowley would be mine.
If reading is boring, keep reading until you find a book that isn’t. It could be anything, so never stop.
…And try mine too.

sharkchunks:

Or you could be reading a boring book. Not every book contains glowing magic tentacle monsters. If you’ve suffered High School and/or College, you’ve likely had to read so many dull-as-fuck books that you can get turned off of reading forever.

If I could give myself from the past any advice, it would be to read a good fun easy novel the moment college ended. As it was, I lost years not wanting to read after school. Reading was a lost cause for me until like 2005. Harry Potter and Aleister Crowley brought me back.

Like that quote, “Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes,” by Steven Winterburn, before you think you’re not good at reading check to make sure you’ve not just been stuck with boring books. Different people take interest in different things and you may simply be out of your favored material. I certainly never thought Potter and Crowley would be mine.

If reading is boring, keep reading until you find a book that isn’t. It could be anything, so never stop.

…And try mine too.

de-rock-goddess:

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

IVE NEVER DONE SO MUCH DAMAGE WITH ONE FINGER 

elparra asked:

I didn't get it. Simon or Ice King? (or both as a whole?)

cheshiretiffy:

findchaos:

whowasntthere:

If you’re referring to this, then you’re in for a doozy of an answer, sorry!

Simon and the Ice King are the same person, the crown has just warped his mind so much that some parts of himself are bent, misaligned or altogether misplaced. However, just because someone’s mind might be wired to short-circuit now and again (or, in his case, long-term), it doesn’t mean they’re an altogether different person — it’s the same person reacting to different stimuli.

That’s why I identify with a children’s show character over so many other characters I could have named. Losing yourself to a mental illness (especially, schizophrenia or dementia, etc.) is much the same way Simon loses parts of himself to the crown and, eventually, is simply known as “The Ice King.” He’s still Simon, though. That’s evidenced by his longing for love,

his random acts of kindness (and overall, gentleness),

his heartbreak when he knows he’s done something wrong,

and even his moments of clarity where he can see through the fog.

Having a psychotic episode is a lot like this — I am still 100% myself, but my mind is reacting in ways that are odd or may be hard for people to understand. I’m still there, though, under the crown — under the hurt, the sadness, under seeing and hearing things no one else does, underneath regret and pain.

That’s why I identify with him — Simon/The Ice King. I’m constantly afraid of one day losing myself completely, and every day is a battle to keep my sanity (mostly) intact.

Sometimes I slip, sometimes the crown gets put back on — it never really is fully taken off for me. But it’s enough to know that the people around me care and will support me through my mind’s bad spells, through my panic, the different stimuli I’m constantly subjected to and the sadness.

Our brains may have ice crystals formed around them, but our hearts are still warm. Don’t forget we’re still in here, even if we forget ourselves…

Another tricky issue that K masterfully explains with Adventure Time. She is a wizard and very much loved.

That was beautifuly explained.

I mean, that’s it. Right there. That’s it.

itsstuckyinmyhead:

The Sims Tumblr Posts

howaboutdisney:

OH MY GOD YOU ARE VERY TALENTED WHOEVER MADE THIS

acquaintedwithrask:

ramavoite:

toad-hollow:

puffpuffpeace:

smokeweeedgethigh:

greeneyed-l4dy:

popadoseyo:

what did i just watch

dead

Lmao

dying

OMFG

At first I thought it was guys trying to make pattycake sound like a demonic summoning ritual. Fortunately I kept listening.

THIS IS LITERALLY ONE OF MY FAVORITE VIDEOS OF ALL TIME THO I HAVEN’T SEEN THIS IN YEARS OMG

gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

loveablerogue1:

hypnovoyeur:

alwaysstarwars:

Missing Moments by Chris Trevas

Oh, wow.

That last one, wow!