April42014

thefrogman:

How to Conquer a Dragon in Skyrim [dorkly]

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3PM
nireblue:

lunarpuppy:

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Duane Bryers

 me today

I <3 Hilda!

I have that expression when it’s sunny, and people want me to go outside XD

nireblue:

lunarpuppy:

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Duane Bryers


me today

I <3 Hilda!

I have that expression when it’s sunny, and people want me to go outside XD

3PM

this thing just happend

randomhellen:

hiddleshabanera:

themenof:

croatoancas:

so i recently bought the new issue of cosmopolitan right and while i was casually reading i came across something familiar 

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it surprised me

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the picture was so small i almost didn’t recognize it

BUT THEN IT HIT ME

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THE MEN OF TUMBLR ARE IN COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE

OH MY GOSH

 

I AM SO ANGRY NOW

wtf does cosmo know

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April32014
April22014

arkgoz:

saintlukas:

matchless:

*prays that I instantly become hot at 18*

*ok let’s shoot for 21*

*Alright 25 here we come*

*is 27* B’awwhawhawhaaaaaawwwww! ;_____________________;

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11AM
“The toys [are] far more color coded than four decades ago. Back then bikes, trucks, airplanes and even dolls sported a wide range of bright colors—red, green, yellow as well as shades of blue and rose. The pink/lavender vs. black/dark navy dichotomy is a division that, among other things, probably helps sales. Teach children and parents the color-code and you double your market. What little brother will want to settle for his big sister’s pink tricycle?”

Pause-giving read on marketing at its most culturally toxic: color-coding toys by gender. For a visceral case study, see The Pink & Blue Projects.

Previously, the LEGO gender gap.

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11AM

fixyourwritinghabits:

slitheringink:

inthemiddleofsnowhere:

Working in animation, video games and comics, i encounter this questions more than I’d like to. I was surprised how so many people don’t have a clue, and its a very sincere and valid question, because education doesn’t make people understand each other naturally. 
Thank you for reading, I hope its useful. 

This goes for writing too.

-Morgan

FUCKING THANK YOU

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11AM

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

Doggies vs. kitties!!! Drawing refs!!!!!

[From various sources]

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11AM
“When I first met you, I felt a kind of contradiction in you. You’re seeking something, but at the same time, you are running away for all you’re worth.” Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore  (via suchvodka)

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11AM

iguanamouth:

DEEP SEA M E R M A I D S

I KNEW IT! I knew Cookie cutter sharks were real - I read an article about them on encarter encyclopedia ‘96 when I was like 10, and hadn’t seen any info on them since!

…in hind sight, perhaps I should’ve just googled it :C

hmmmm

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