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Anonymous said: pics?

aloisbae:

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here is a picture of me from today

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i am free

i am free

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There’s a Malcolm in the Middle episode about this

There’s a Malcolm in the Middle episode about this

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biggoonie:

Ultimates #11 by Bryan Hitch


dat bulge

biggoonie:

Ultimates #11 by Bryan Hitch

dat bulge

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yepperoni:

there’s still a chance that the reckless silhouette guy from the wii game startup screen will be in the new smash bros   please do not give up hope 

yepperoni:

there’s still a chance that the reckless silhouette guy from the wii game startup screen will be in the new smash bros   please do not give up hope 

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idislikecispeople:

Don’t assume people IRL to be cis; there’s no way of knowing their gender identity or how they identify. Just assume that they have no gender until you ask them what they are.

I feel like assuming people have no gender is super fucked up and just going to offend almost everyone? Like, maaaybe behave as though you don’t know their gender, but agender is a specific identity. Trans* people who try very hard to “pass” as their own gender would definitely not appreciate someone assuming they don’t have a gender, and such an assumption may even trigger dysphoria. Cis* people will be offended by both the assumption and the question (which is their own fault, and not terribly important on its own, but is at least worth noting). 

Also, assuming someone is cis* is different than assuming someone is the gender they appear to present. Cis* and trans* are not genders. A transgender man’s gender is “male,” not “trans* male” or even just “trans*.” Do not assume anyone is cis*. Do not necessarily assume people are the gender they appear to be, but if someone is clearly trying to present as one gender, pointedly misgendering them (by behaving as though they don’t have a gender) makes you an asshole. A person wearing lipstick and a dress could be a person of any gender, but they are most likely either a cis* woman or a trans* woman. I can’t imagine any woman, cis* or trans*, who is presenting obvious female gender markers, being anything but hurt and offended by the assumption or the question.

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orientaltiger:

Temperature Wallpaper by Form Us With Love

Who keeps their house at -15 degrees?

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thanks netflix

thanks netflix

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kodoris:

SHOTS FIRED

kodoris:

SHOTS FIRED

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white haired anime boy confirmed for smash

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themilkmardfilmoreinourstars:

themilkmardfilmoreinourstars:

GIVEAWAY THING WOO
Hey friends so i have a paying job and i once got a pizza from a person on the internet so heres the deal
YOU GET
A PIZZA FROM WHATEVER PLACE YOU WANT 
that’s it that’s what you get but it’s a free pizza with whatever you want on it from wherever 
you don’t have to be following me but you know 
random selection in a generator
likes to bookmark but only reblogs count as an entry don’t be obnoxious
 Ends August August 15th and winner will be messaged on the 16th so have your ask box open 
so basically you also have to be willing to tell me your address so i can order it so if you’re under 18, ask your parents first lmao 
ONLY U.S. RESIDENTS!!!!!

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themilkmardfilmoreinourstars:

themilkmardfilmoreinourstars:

GIVEAWAY THING WOO

Hey friends so i have a paying job and i once got a pizza from a person on the internet so heres the deal

YOU GET

  • A PIZZA FROM WHATEVER PLACE YOU WANT 

that’s it that’s what you get but it’s a free pizza with whatever you want on it from wherever 

  • you don’t have to be following me but you know 
  • random selection in a generator
  • likes to bookmark but only reblogs count as an entry don’t be obnoxious
  •  Ends August August 15th and winner will be messaged on the 16th so have your ask box open 
  • so basically you also have to be willing to tell me your address so i can order it so if you’re under 18, ask your parents first lmao 

ONLY U.S. RESIDENTS!!!!!

bringing this back

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shipping-core:

I cant believe the ball pit was confirmed for smash

shipping-core:

I cant believe the ball pit was confirmed for smash

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mage-of-kick-ass:

Why go to dashcon when you could just go to your local McDonald’s ballpit and blog from there?

At least they would have free wi-fi

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This is the way the world ends: Not with a bang but an extra hour in the ballpit.

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archiemcphee:

This adorable little hedgehog was made using almonds, eggs, cream, sugar and then even more almonds. We love him, not just because he’s so cute, but because he was created using a recipe that was written all the way back in 1817. Think about that for a second. What that means is that even 200 years ago people were coming up with novelty treats and edible sculptures shaped like ridiculously cute animals.
The recipe comes from a book entitled Treatise on Confectionary, written by Joseph Bell. Here it is:

To make a Hedge Hog.
Take 1lb. Valentia almonds; blanch and beat them very fine, with a little rose water; mix in the yolks of six eggs; whisk up the whites of four eggs very stiff; mix all together, with half a pint of cream, and sweeten it with beat sugar to your taste; set the whole in a stew pan on a clear fire, and stir it till it is thick enough to model into the shape of a hedge hog; put a small currant for each eye, and stick it all over with cut almonds for the bristles of the hedge hog; then set it on a dish, and pour over it a rich custard.

It’s actually possible that this recipe is even older still. It may be a reprint from this 1747 source. So the next time you find yourself daydreaming about 18th/19th century banquets, as we know some of you sometimes do, don’t forget to include the ornamental, edible almond hedgehog.
[via TYWKIWDBI and Echoes from the Vault]

archiemcphee:

This adorable little hedgehog was made using almonds, eggs, cream, sugar and then even more almonds. We love him, not just because he’s so cute, but because he was created using a recipe that was written all the way back in 1817. Think about that for a second. What that means is that even 200 years ago people were coming up with novelty treats and edible sculptures shaped like ridiculously cute animals.

The recipe comes from a book entitled Treatise on Confectionary, written by Joseph Bell. Here it is:

To make a Hedge Hog.

Take 1lb. Valentia almonds; blanch and beat them very fine, with a little rose water; mix in the yolks of six eggs; whisk up the whites of four eggs very stiff; mix all together, with half a pint of cream, and sweeten it with beat sugar to your taste; set the whole in a stew pan on a clear fire, and stir it till it is thick enough to model into the shape of a hedge hog; put a small currant for each eye, and stick it all over with cut almonds for the bristles of the hedge hog; then set it on a dish, and pour over it a rich custard.

It’s actually possible that this recipe is even older still. It may be a reprint from this 1747 source. So the next time you find yourself daydreaming about 18th/19th century banquets, as we know some of you sometimes do, don’t forget to include the ornamental, edible almond hedgehog.

[via TYWKIWDBI and Echoes from the Vault]