youve-been-coulsoned:

Fox kits annoying their mother.

BUT LOOK AT HOW HAPPY SHE IS INT HE SECOND ONE!

(Source: neolutionist, via burntgiraffes)

Notes
259299
Posted
2 months ago

Jack Gleeson - Good Guy vs Evil Guy

Lolololol I don’t watch Game of Thrones. But I know enough to laugh at this. XD

(via thatfunnyblog)

Notes
91052
Posted
2 months ago
I want this type of garden!!!!

I want this type of garden!!!!

(Source: eaquarium, via sensuwal)

Notes
30148
Posted
2 months ago

thewintersoldiersbutt:

youre a lucky girl, peggy 

Ahahahaha… I laughed so hard at yhis

(Source: thewintersoldiersbutt, via burntgiraffes)

Notes
66937
Posted
2 months ago

(via and-feel-it-now)

This

(via luisapa9)

(Source: caramelcoatedxxxtacy, via thecindytang)

I’m not the girl your mother warns you about. I won’t kiss your best friend or break your heart. I won’t make you choose between what you love to do & me. I’m not cold. I’m not reckless. I will love you more than anything. I will kiss you when you cry. I will stand by your side until you decide otherwise.
Notes
258972
Posted
2 months ago

instagram:

Tattoos for Trade with @m_i_s_o_

To see more of Stanislava’s work, follow @m_i_s_o_ on Instagram.

For Stanislava Pinchuk (@m_i_s_o_), an artist in Melbourne, the delicate tattoos she draws for friends are creative exchanges. Their stories inspire her work, and in place of payment, her friends give her things they’ve made, whether art, furniture, jewelry or even dinner.

“I see it as artwork my friends carry with them,” she says. “It’s very intimate, and charging for it seemed strange, so I’ve traded since day one.”

Stanislava tells the story of each tattoo and trade on Instagram: twin wildflowers traded for whiskey, a map of a family traded for a drawing, a galaxy traded for a photograph. Alongside these stories, she shares pictures of her work and studio with the creative community she’s built. “The collaborators and contacts I’ve made from Instagram are incredible,” she says. “I’ve been in touch with so many people I look up to because of it.”

Pretty cool concept! Trade art fot art! :3

Notes
4493
Posted
2 months ago

madoka07:

2014 “Magical Girl” Acrylic paint, Canvas F10 17.91x20.86

exhibition work
"Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and sailor senshi"
http://www.facebook.com/events/658896564156271

Making video :) / Canvas art “Magical Girl”
http://youtu.be/jNjji8I5VbY

Notes
160871
Posted
2 months ago
captain-snark:

moist-fondling:

themanicpixiedreamgrrrl:

Literally me when I hurt people

oh god oh god oh god im so sorry is it here did i hurt you here oh god im so sorry friend

OMG AT THE END WHEN HE JUST SCOOPS THE CAT’S HEAD TO HIS CHEST. FUCK.

I cant breathe!!!

captain-snark:

moist-fondling:

themanicpixiedreamgrrrl:

Literally me when I hurt people

oh god oh god oh god im so sorry is it here did i hurt you here oh god im so sorry friend

OMG AT THE END WHEN HE JUST SCOOPS THE CAT’S HEAD TO HIS CHEST. FUCK.

I cant breathe!!!

(Source: 4gifs, via dannyocean)

Notes
628584
Posted
2 months ago
XD neko and tora!!! <3

XD neko and tora!!! <3

(Source: teen-witches, via hanthelion)

Notes
38642
Posted
2 months ago

khinaye:

As previously stated on my blog, Tumblr has a very sick fascination with Asians, specifically East Asians. Repulsive little white weaboos and fetishizing boys with a self-proclaimed “thing for Asian girls” are mainly referring to what they believe is the ideal Asian woman: a fair-skinned, petite, ultra thin Japanese girl in a schoolgirl uniform. If you don’t match the stereotype, you’re ignored or even branded as not “Asian enough.” 

Asia is a vast and beautiful continent with many different types of ethnic groups, skin colors, facial features, complex histories and traditions. Girls from Southeast Asia with darker skin, from Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and my own nation - Myanmar (which often times is left out of any discourse on  Southeast Asia alone, forget about Asia in general), are looked upon with distaste, either totally forgotten or simply lumped under the blanket term of the third world. Our countries are brought up in conversation only when people want to talk about how are nations are nothing but dirtiness, corruption, and prostitution. Our culture and looks aren’t cool or trendy like that of Japan or Korea, and even the depth of how much those cultures are explored and appreciated stops at anime and k-pop, bastardized by stereotypes and represented under the same set of aesthetics. Darker-skinned girls from other countries cannot seem to compare with snow-white East Asian ideal. 

I’ve endured the rolling of a fellow Asian girlfriend’s eyes when I try to talk about my culture, because apparently people from Asian nations other than East Asia don’t count as “Asian,” and we don’t have anything that’s worth being shared or appreciated. I’ve been told my skin is ugly for its brown shade, its uneven tone, my nose a huge wide bulge in the center of my ugly face. I’ve been dismissed by both white and Asian boys because of my color, been told any independent employment of my sexuality was revolting, and had my anger in response invalidated. I’ve been made to feel hideous for so long, and even wanted to denounce my ethnicity entirely because of feelings of inferiority. But I have become strong over the years. And a lot of it stems from forming solidarity with others who have had similar personal struggles. I’ve also had support from good friends and relatives, especially my own mother. She is an amazing individual with beautifully dark skin, the darkest of all her sisters, and called “brown beauty” by my late grandmother - of whom my name is inspired from.

As far as beauty standards go, white women are undoubtedly the ideal for many. Asian women of all different appearances, either pale or dark, should be celebrated in the face of Eurocentric beauty standards, and even in East Asian nations skin colors vary. However, it’s not hard to see that Asian girls with lighter skin are considered by Asian communities and society in general as more attractive. And while white men are undoubtedly at the top when it comes to throwing WOC under the bus, a lot of this negativity comes from our own Asian men, and even other Asian women. Darker-skinned girls are desexualized completely and told we are undesirable. For so long I felt like I could never feel beautiful. However, being able to do so, even by something as seemingly insignificant as a tumblr post felt wonderful, despite the few naysayers who can only view me as objectifying myself instead of feeling proud in my own skin. This is my perspective, and I chose to show it in my own way, empowering myself mentally, emotionally, sexually, etc. A man like you may view my method as vulgar, but I have every right to declare a giant “fuck you” to all the ignorance I’ve faced. You will not take that away from me. 

For all the Asian girls with darker skin out there, dark, Southeast Asian girls from countries that are forgotten…girls who are transgender, or fat, or Muslim, or Buddhist, or Hindu, or of any faith…girls with disabilities, darker girls who have come to this country as refugees or are sex workers…first, second, third gen girls, mixed girls, girls who either cover up or show it all off because that’s how they feel comfortable, girls who aren’t super-thin and petite like society wants you to be, because as I’ve stated before, there is no one Asian “look”…Asian girls with gorgeous, brown skin, probably even much browner than my own, and even more beautiful personalities, talents, and intellects…know that I got you. Whether or not you express yourself through selfies or text posts, poems or essays or songs, I want to see and hear you. I’m definitely no spokesperson and may appear to be just another basic bitch with an internet connection, but if any of you felt vindicated by this or my previous post that alone is more than I could ask for. I am so honored that I have gained the support and admiration from all of you amazing people. Thank you so much.  

So in response to homeboy up there, I’d just like to say that your disapproval of how I choose to express my views and how I go about affecting “true change” is irrelevant as hell. You’ll respect me in a black t-shirt. You’ll respect me in panties. You’ll respect me as an Asian woman and a human being. You’ll respect my brilliantly crafted writing right fucking alongside my selfies. I control my own mind, my body, and my decisions, and you’re not going to decide for me what is and isn’t “productive to my endeavor” and tell me I need to “modify how I represent myself,” so go back to reblogging anime giftsets. Unfortunately for you, I got no booty to go with my post this time around - just several pictures of my basic bitch face :) Enjoy.  

Notes
8453
Posted
2 months ago

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

doyoueverfeelfeels:

what-the-hells-going-on:

amroyounes:

Lies we tell our kids.  Found this from the postsecret blog.

THEYRE ALL CUTE AND FUNNY UNTIL YOU GET TO THE LAST ONE AND THEN YOU ARE ASSAULTED BY FEELINGS

OUCH

omg that last one makes me cry

(via hanthelion)

Notes
437349
Posted
2 months ago

“Let me talk like an old man. Young people, be careful. Beautiful things are disappearing every day. Be careful. You don’t need to be [shopping at fast-fashion stores], especially young people. They are beautiful naturally, because they are young. So they should even wear simple jeans and a T-shirt. It’s enough. Don’t be too much fashionable. The brand advertising is making you crazy. You don’t need to be too sexy. You are sexy enough.”

“Let me talk like an old man. Young people, be careful. Beautiful things are disappearing every day. Be careful. You don’t need to be [shopping at fast-fashion stores], especially young people. They are beautiful naturally, because they are young. So they should even wear simple jeans and a T-shirt. It’s enough. Don’t be too much fashionable. The brand advertising is making you crazy. You don’t need to be too sexy. You are sexy enough.”

(via aienkien)

Notes
10101
Posted
2 months ago
TotallyLayouts has Tumblr Themes, Twitter Backgrounds, Facebook Covers, Tumblr Music Player and Tumblr Follower Counter