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groovyfass:

You brought me here to speak Klingon, so let me speak Klingon. 
this was just supposed to be a portrait, but then I ended up playing around with filters and this happened. 

groovyfass:

You brought me here to speak Klingon, so let me speak Klingon. 

this was just supposed to be a portrait, but then I ended up playing around with filters and this happened. 

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the-fashionable-assassin:

garrussexkarian:

the-fashionable-assassin:

Look! Aven!!!! garrussexkarian LOL!!!!

this has over a thousand notes..

I know…  shoot me.  Of all my posts… this one has to be the popular one?

Well of course it’s popular. How can you not reblog CONNOR IN A ONESIE. Of all assassins, they picked Connor. The bara babe. A+ costume team.
Now I just want to see him in onesie pajamas. Can someone with art skills do the thing? Pleeeaaaseee? 

the-fashionable-assassin:

garrussexkarian:

the-fashionable-assassin:

Look! Aven!!!! garrussexkarian LOL!!!!

this has over a thousand notes..

I know…  shoot me.  Of all my posts… this one has to be the popular one?

Well of course it’s popular. How can you not reblog CONNOR IN A ONESIE. Of all assassins, they picked Connor. The bara babe. A+ costume team.

Now I just want to see him in onesie pajamas. Can someone with art skills do the thing? Pleeeaaaseee? 

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cannibalcoalition:

"Don’t fuck with spirits" they say.

"Don’t summon things," they say. 

"Don’t play with ouija boards" they say. 

How is any hard-working necromancer supposed to get anything done around here?

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safetytank:

outofcontextdnd:

Paladin: I say we grease the mage and slide him down the hall. 

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i wish i could say i’m sorry but i’m really not

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sacredarttattoos:

Cover up in progress by Esther Arocha

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evalilith:

gentle reminder that “gluten-free” is not just a diet buzzword

that Celiac Disease and other gluten sensitivities are a thing and that cutting back on or eliminating gluten can also help people with other autoimmune disorders feel better

and that hearing people laugh at the words that make a food something you can eat is kind of hurtful

and more importantly that scoffing at that kind of thing promotes the attitude that it’s never necessary and that it’s okay for servers to be careless, or, in the worst cases, decide that someone ‘doesn’t need to be on a diet’

A family friend with Celiac once accidentally ate one tiny little meatbal she didn’t realize had trace amounts of gluten in it… and then basically spent the entire rest of the night and the next day on the toilet, feeling like she was going to vomit, wondering if she needed to go to the hospital. So it is a diet fad to a lot of people, for reasons I honestly don’t understand, but it’s certainly not a “fad” or an “option” to the people who actually have Celiac and CAN’T eat gluten or else IMMUNE SYSTEM DISASTER. I might have to go gluten free and believe me, it sucks. I’m not going to do it just for funzies. In fact, I’m not even “officially” doing it until I get my lab results for sure one way or the other, because I don’t want to do it and I’m letting myself believe I can still eat gluten until I know for sure I can’t. (I’m so mature. Oh yeah.) 

Another example of the difference: I need to cut down a lot on carbs for other health reasons (high cholesterol), but that is a dietary “choice”- I’ll be signing myself up for lots of health problems later in life if I don’t cut down a lot, but I’m not going to end up terribly sick any time I decide to have any trace amount of carbs. 

Whereas, if I am gluten intolerant and I go off it completely, I’m sure I would get very sick if I tried to eat some again, once I let it get completely out of my system. Which by the way, can take like 4 months?? That’s crazy. I think that’s crazy anyway. No wonder it’s such a disaster for people who can’t have it. That shit stays in your system like your 35 year old son who’s been living in your basement for years and won’t even try to get a job.

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Love this outfit design choice for Asami. She’s always been very feminine, but this is her most feminine outfit yet. And here she is in her shawl and skirt kicking major ass. 

(Quelle: talesofnorth, via welovekorra)

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avatarparallels:

Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.

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Leaving his kingdom and loved ones behind, Siddhartha became a wandering monk. He cut off his hair to show that he had renounced the worldly lifestyle and called himself Gautama. He wore ragged robes and wandered from place to place. In his search for truth, he studied with the wisest teachers of his day. None of them knew how to end suffering, so he continued the search on his own.[x]

(Quelle: makos-lightningrod, via welovekorra)

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tonraq:

WAIT IS TOPH UNDERGROUND WITH BADGERMOLES GOODBYE FOREVER

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wecansexy:

come and get your looooooove 

wecansexy:

come and get your looooooove 

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Here’s some fantastic news for your Friday: On Thursday, the California Senate unanimously approved a new bill that defines sexual consent as a firm “yes” rather than a lack of “no.”

micdotcom:

This is a big win for anti-rape activists, many of whom have been touting the necessity of an “affirmative consent” standard for years. California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has the next month to sign the bill into law. If he does, schools across the state would be required to define consent before engaging in sexual activity as an “affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement” or risk losing state financial aid funding.

(via dasfreefree)