sushinfood:

whiskysteaks:

Nanna nanna…

god dammit

sushinfood:

whiskysteaks:

Nanna nanna…

god dammit

thecosplayinitiative:

Wonder Woman cosplay by Callie Cosplay
Photo by Kenneth Davis
The Initiative needs your cosplay! Send us your work! or reach us at Facebook / Twittter / Tumblr

thecosplayinitiative:

Wonder Woman cosplay by Callie Cosplay

Photo by Kenneth Davis

The Initiative needs your cosplay! Send us your work! or reach us at Facebook / Twittter / Tumblr

thehappysorceress:

sarahj-art:

Happy Easter!!!

ALL THE EGGS FOR BATMAN!!!

thehappysorceress:

sarahj-art:

Happy Easter!!!

ALL THE EGGS FOR BATMAN!!!

crowdog66:

Original here. 

crowdog66:

Original here

rpdofficer:

For my 10,000th post here’s a bunch of my own boots because I’m an egotistical fuckwit. :3

SUCH BOOT i want to have lots of boots

alittleworldofimagination:

itswhereimmeanttogo:

me every time I actually leave the house to do something social.

LITERALLY THOUGH

Look at that ducky, though, he jumps up like “The One? YES I WANT TO BE THE ONE, OOH PICK ME”

owlsday:

Mottled Owl by Sacha Bach

owlsday:

Mottled Owl by Sacha Bach

owls
hoodethicist:

Shit is fucking sickening

hoodethicist:

Shit is fucking sickening

rape culture

D—> Get up and fight me, clown

D—> Get up and fight me, clown

wizords:

there isnt enough cute fanart of this friendship on the internet

wizords:

there isnt enough cute fanart of this friendship on the internet

sumsola:

Vampire squid, Vampyroteuthis infernalis, literally translated as “vampire squid of hell.”
While not a true squid (order Teuthida), it does share the class Cephalopoda. Bizarre enough to warrant a separate order for itself (Vampyromorphida), it is the only extant, or living species of its taxon.
Photo credit: Marie Guyot

sumsola:

Vampire squid, Vampyroteuthis infernalis, literally translated as “vampire squid of hell.”

While not a true squid (order Teuthida), it does share the class Cephalopoda. Bizarre enough to warrant a separate order for itself (Vampyromorphida), it is the only extant, or living species of its taxon.

Photo credit: Marie Guyot

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Tywin was an absolute monster, the most horrifying character in the series so far. I don’t get how you can think his rule did any good for Westeros at all unless you conceive of Westeros as consisting solely of the Lannisters. He’s entirely motivated by profit, power and pride. Tywin had half of Westeros raped, murdered and burned for no reason other than to insure the continuing power of his own house. That’s not a leader; that’s a liability (the word is not nearly strong enough) to the realm.

He had entire harvests burned in Autumn leaving the people, at least the ones he left alive, to starve without stores for a long Winter. Good for Westeros? He unleashed rapers, torturers and murderers, knowing full well what they were, on the people of the Kingdom he was supposed to lead and protect. He conspired with the Freys and the Boltons, who are shits. He is bar none the worst father in the series, having raised incestuous twins, and having turned Tyrion, who was predisposed to be a nice guy, into someone bitter and hateful enough for kinslaying (a damn satisfying scene, and necessary!). He remained blind to his children’s obvious flaws (and strengths in the case of Tyrion) and refused to see Joffrey’s blatant psychopathy even when Tyrion pointed it out. He had an innocent girl gang raped because she damaged his prestige. And Kevan is a slavering little dog who went along with all this; someone’s already quoted his high opinion of Gregor and his boys and what they did in the Riverlands. And this is all off the top of my head. The current zeitgeist seems to hold a lot of unwarranted respect for “tough” leaders who are willing to do the “hard thing.” It also seems to be oblivious to the fact that the “hard thing” is always bad for the people and always for personal profit and power. Tywin’s a perfect fictional example.

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Westeros.org messageboard user The Doubtful Guest on Tywin Lannister.

Just about the worst lesson we could draw from the way Ned’s decency made him a failure in King’s Landing is to equate indecency with success. But that’s precisely the lesson lots of readers have drawn: Tywin’s a great leader, Victarion could be Azor Ahai reborn, Dany needs to let Meereen fall to the slavers because what she really should be doing is slaughtering her way westward.

The nice thing about being a reader of these books rather than a character in them is that there’s no consequence for holding the people we’re reading about to a higher (or really, to ANY) moral standard. So why don’t we do that?

(via boiledleather)

etherealjaunt:

tim is taller than jaime

The next day, Jaime wakes up to find he’s had a mysterious overnight growth spurt that makes him precisely one inch taller than Tim. When questioned, the Scarab will only respond, “Dominance must be asserted.”

etherealjaunt:

tim is taller than jaime

The next day, Jaime wakes up to find he’s had a mysterious overnight growth spurt that makes him precisely one inch taller than Tim. When questioned, the Scarab will only respond, “Dominance must be asserted.”

acciowomp:

[S] Jesus: Rise.

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