stuff I like or think is important or that needs to be shared or that needs to be pointed out for good or bad

wheatenlover:

I like snow

wheatenlover:

I like snow

controlledchaos18:

that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IN LETHAL

Women Mothers

controlledchaos18:

that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IN LETHAL

Women Mothers

(Source: teallikethecolor)

jtotheizzoe:

sci-universe:

Neil’s words from the last episode of “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey”

Same.

m1ssjuliet:

#riccio at @lighthaus_tattoo #tattoo #missjuliet

m1ssjuliet:

#riccio at @lighthaus_tattoo #tattoo #missjuliet

Anonymous asked:

Sick of fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminists like you

dajo42:

dajo42:

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

THANKS FOR INADVERTENTLY GIVING ME THE COOLEST TITLE EVER

I’M GONNA PUT THIS ON MY ABOUT ME PAGE

i’m not even gonna respond to the hateful part like you surely know you’re trash already i’m just gonna proudly be a fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

i’m assuming everybody who gave this notes also identifies as a fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist and is equally confused as to which of the many possible meanings the title could be referring to

ladybonerpatrol:

Intense amounts of hair.

(Source: heartsandmagic)

but this could have been about lesbians

—me, right now, and about most things which aren’t about lesbians (via wolfbadtreepretty)

(Source: aanniimmee)

nativeamericannews:

Dyanne Strongbow ~ Choctaw Painter
Native American Choctaw artist, Dyanne Strongbow, moved from doing commercial art to fine art after ten years developing her skills as a commercial artist working for state agencies in Austin, Texas.She began using water colors and painting Texas landscapes. As she moved into depicting symbols and culture of the Native American, her work took on shadowy forms and the use of negative space, in delicately brushed colors.

nativeamericannews:

Dyanne Strongbow ~ Choctaw Painter


Native American Choctaw artist, Dyanne Strongbow, moved from doing commercial art to fine art after ten years developing her skills as a commercial artist working for state agencies in Austin, Texas.
She began using water colors and painting Texas landscapes. As she moved into depicting symbols and culture of the Native American, her work took on shadowy forms and the use of negative space, in delicately brushed colors.


captain-corio:

gnzfx:

jib—reel:

lawebloca:

Armadillo playing x

STOP


Stop it

captain-corio:

gnzfx:

jib—reel:

lawebloca:

Armadillo playing x

STOP

Stop it

red3blog:

"Damn it, Doug, get the fuck off me. You’re drunk. Again."

red3blog:

"Damn it, Doug, get the fuck off me. You’re drunk. Again."