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Anonymous asked
How do I stay happy?

assholedisney:

broaden your interests, wake up earlier, read more, drink water, eat your vegetables, figure out what you love, do what you like, and tell anyone who tries to stop you to fuck off

thedoctorsbuttercup:

midget-banana:

getmecandynow:

and the prize for the least convincing alien beast goes tooo…..

yes that’s obviously a human with pointy ears attached

I died

thedoctorsbuttercup:

midget-banana:

getmecandynow:

and the prize for the least convincing alien beast goes tooo…..

yes that’s obviously a human with pointy ears attached

I died

(Source: sorenandjoey)

Friend: So how do you think you've changed since high school?

Me: Well I became aware of oppressive power structures and how we are complicit in them and now seek to dismantle them.

Friend: ...

Me: I also think I got hotter.

consultingmoosecaptain:

dalekitsune:

the phrase “curiosity killed the cat” is actually not the full phrase it actually is “curiosity killed the cat but satisfaction brought it back” so don’t let anyone tell you not to be a curious little baby okay go and be interested in the world uwu

See also:

Blood is thicker than water The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

Meaning that relationships formed by choice are stronger than those formed by birth.

theolduvaigorge:

Researchers reveal ‘invisible’ rock art in the caves of the plateau

  • by Rosa M. Tristán/translated from Spanish

"A team of Spanish researchers has revealed hundreds of cave paintings that were unknown. Thanks to a technique that was developed for a different purpose, but which was utilised in dozens of [archaeological] sites throughout the Central System, researchers were able to discover images that, due to the deterioration of the pigments, are now invisible to the human eye. "This is a revolution for [the study of] prehistoric art," said Sergio Ripoll, archaeology professor at the UNED and one of the foremost experts in the field.

The endeavours are the work of the Sigarep Project (Geographic System of Rock Art Investigation), which includes José Latova, a specialist in heritage photography, Bayarri and Jesus Vicente Herrera, experts in this new technology and Ripoll, who was part of the team that discovered the first cave paintings in Britain.

During a visit Cueva de la Fuente Nueva in Matabuena, one of 1,700 archaeological sites in Segovia, researchers introduced the new method. This method doubled the number of known figures painted or engraved by our Palaeolithic and Neolithic ancestors on the walls and ceilings of the caves they inhabited” (read more in Spanish).

(Source: El Huffington Post)

phosphorescentt:

life goals:

independence
intelligence
financial stability
cute face
cute butt
a little scary

icouldmakethat:

Made By Meg: Why I Won’t Be ‘Going Tribal’ This Summer
Meg makes some really great points about the use of the words “tribal” and “ethnic” to describe fabric prints. Whenever I see those words used, my first thought is always “Which tribe? What ethnicity?” This Target ad uses “world prints” instead, which is a little better but doesn’t really solve the problem.

icouldmakethat:

Made By Meg: Why I Won’t Be ‘Going Tribal’ This Summer

Meg makes some really great points about the use of the words “tribal” and “ethnic” to describe fabric prints. Whenever I see those words used, my first thought is always “Which tribe? What ethnicity?” This Target ad uses “world prints” instead, which is a little better but doesn’t really solve the problem.

cvinceillustration:

Every skeleton, every fleshed out study and every pattern sheet is done, edited and ready to be sent to the printers. Here’s some potential crops which will be wall mounted next to the bestiary itself!