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supercargautier:

cats are squishy cartoon friends that live in your house with you and do rad stunts. if they like you they vibrate at you very loudly. this is somehow a real animal


zooque:

some more lil denby doodles!! idk throws them here because i cAN

i wanted to do like a bunch of pet shaming denby pics but when it came to it i couldnt think of anything except. that. stop eating cardboard you trash


lilaira:

motok-wolf:

why  :c

This is perfection.


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chanmanthe2nd:

Geoff finds the moon boss



mnrva:

voreing:

here’s a video of an armadillo playing if youve never seen that before

!!!!!!!


mycatsneezeslikealot said:  if men and women should have equal rights then why are you against men wanting rights? feminism isn't about women being better then men is it?...

w3f3k:

fuckyeahcourtneystodden:

im against men complaining about wanting ‘mens rights’ because it’s never about wanting anything other than to silence and talk over women.

if men’s rights activists worked to open crisis centers for male victims of abuse and survivors of sexual violence i would love that. if men’s rights activists worked toward support and parenting classes and education for single fathers that would be amazing. if men’s rights activists worked toward educating fellow men on practicing safe sex and consent i would be so on board. if men’s rights activists worked toward breaking down the chains of racism of their brothers of colour i would be so happy. if men’s rights activists advocated for anything of value i would be so down for it all.

instead men’s rights activists sit on the fucking internet talking over women and attempting to silence them and their oppression with arbitrary add-ons, bullshit about the friendzone, and useless fucking nonsense.

so no. i have zero use for men’s rights activists because it’s never about advocating for things men need and instead it’s always about making sure women shut up about what they need. they aren’t “men’s rights activists” they’re “anti women activists”. point blank.

finally feminism is not about women being better than men nor is it about being equal to men. feminism is about women being liberated from men. i have no desire to be considered “equal” to the system of power that allows men to abuse, murder, and rape us. i want liberation from patriarchy and men.

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skyefate:

skyefate:

The breastband basically means she’s royalty - it’s made with golden thread. The jewels represent the “colour of the soul”, which, in centaur terms, are her eyes.
*casually builds entire centaur world in head*

Normally wouldn’t reblog anything from myself, but damn, 900 notes.
Wow.

skyefate:

skyefate:

The breastband basically means she’s royalty - it’s made with golden thread. The jewels represent the “colour of the soul”, which, in centaur terms, are her eyes.

*casually builds entire centaur world in head*

Normally wouldn’t reblog anything from myself, but damn, 900 notes.

Wow.



invertebrates:

Six-Eyed Sand Spider Burying Herself (x)

NO that flop’n wiggle


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Song: For the Dancing and the Dreaming
Artist: Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson & Mary Jane Wells
Album: How To Train Your Dragon 2
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jackfrostciicle:

Remember our song, Val?

the boyfriend agreed for this to be our wedding song if we ever get married


galtenoble:

I will keep you from all harm

galtenoble:

I will keep you from all harm


Why what you do doesn’t seem important, but actually is 

mars-maggie:

When I was in college, I had a wonderful mentor/professor who helped me learn lessons that keep being relevant as I go through life—which, if you ask me, is the tell-tale sign that he was a great professor.

One of those lessons was that it could be almost impossible to establish self-worth, and to recognize self-acheivement. After we’ve learned how to do something—ANYTHING—really well, it seems almost like second nature for us to do it. Even if we’re producing quality work, we look at it and think ‘well, sure this turned out well but anyone out there could have done it if they put the time in.’ We forget that WE are the ones that put the time in to learn the skill, and that WE are the ones who now have something special for it.

Here’s an example:

This professor told me about a time when he was at a conference giving a talk. After he was done with his seminar (which was probably about something awesome like chaotic oscillators) he went on to listen to other professors and industry professionals give their talks. There was one he was sitting on, thinking to himself ‘WOW this guy is cool. Here he is building a genetic search engine (or some other incredible topic) while I’m just dorking around with chaotic oscillators.’ but then, after the talk, my professor went up to him. He wanted to tell him how neat he found the subject and the guys research… And when he got up there, the guy went ‘OH WOW you are that professor with the chaotic oscillators! I saw your seminar and I was so excited by it! You’re really doing something incredible while I’m just dorking around with genetic search engines.’ And thats when my professor realized that JUST BECAUSE THINGS SEEM COMMON TO US DOESN’T MEAN THAT THEY ARE COMMON. Our skills, our lessons, and our experiences are unique to each of us, we just are looking at them through the fogged glass of ‘been there, done that.’ Others won’t be looking at them through that same glass.

If you ever see artwork and say ‘wow I wish mine was that good,’ or read a story and say ‘gee I wish that I could write like that,’ you have to also remember that there is probably someone out there saying the same exact thing about your work to themselves. It might even be the exact same person who you’re envying.

Please never forget that your experiences have made your own work into something valuable. YOU have put the time into it. YOU have something unique. YOU have something that it would take somebody else at least as long to duplicate, and it would still never come out the same way that you do it.

We fixate so often on comparing ourselves to other people, but we judge ourselves the most unfairly. We look at what they have, and we fret about what we don’t have, and we forget that we aren’t defined by what we don’t have.

Your work is important, and it is only going to get more important from here.