thatsplicingadventure:

ceavit:

“From the time it is born, a flame burns at the tip of its tail. Its life would end if the flame were to go out.”
what if the litwick tried to revive the charmander by reigniting its tail but the charmander ended up as a ghost/fire type with struggle as its only move


Why you gotta make me sad?thatsplicingadventure:

ceavit:

“From the time it is born, a flame burns at the tip of its tail. Its life would end if the flame were to go out.”
what if the litwick tried to revive the charmander by reigniting its tail but the charmander ended up as a ghost/fire type with struggle as its only move


Why you gotta make me sad?

thatsplicingadventure:

ceavit:

From the time it is born, a flame burns at the tip of its tail. Its life would end if the flame were to go out.”

what if the litwick tried to revive the charmander by reigniting its tail but the charmander ended up as a ghost/fire type with struggle as its only move

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Why you gotta make me sad?

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wavyup:

Viruses on Compaq Portable Ⅰ

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thirteenfunbreaker:

frozen-in-childhood:

woobiesftw:

lovin-elsanna:

magicmumu:

toodrunktofindanurl:

lovin-elsanna:

foreverfrozenhearted:

pandypaws:

frozen-in-childhood:

*is not amused by Let It Go’s lack of Golden Globe award*

ok but are we just gonna ignore the way it looks like she’s about to shove her hand up someone’s ass in this pic

Elsa: *preparing to give you a prostate exam*



DON’T MAKE ME LAUGH I’M SUPPOSED TO BE ANGRY.

Relax sir and let it go.



FUUuuuuu I tried not to reblog this and failed choking on tears from laughing.

Resistance is futile.

"Sir, I am going to need you to relax so I can get my hand free. Sir, let go of my hand."

thirteenfunbreaker:

frozen-in-childhood:

woobiesftw:

lovin-elsanna:

magicmumu:

toodrunktofindanurl:

lovin-elsanna:

foreverfrozenhearted:

pandypaws:

frozen-in-childhood:

*is not amused by Let It Go’s lack of Golden Globe award*

ok but are we just gonna ignore the way it looks like she’s about to shove her hand up someone’s ass in this pic

Elsa: *preparing to give you a prostate exam*

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DON’T MAKE ME LAUGH I’M SUPPOSED TO BE ANGRY.

Relax sir and let it go.

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FUUuuuuu I tried not to reblog this and failed choking on tears from laughing.

Resistance is futile.

"Sir, I am going to need you to relax so I can get my hand free. Sir, let go of my hand."

jakebuggh:

jakebuggh:

So here are a bunch of resources i’ve gathered. I thought that I’d share them because they’re really helpful. Hope they’ll make your life easier! I’ve never made one of these before, so let me know if any of the links aren’t working. 
writing 
200 words that describe light
how to keep a journal
read some slam poetry
huge writing masterpost 
how to reveal character
help with writer’s block
find out which author you write like
write interactive books  (kind of like choose your own adventure)
good brainstorming/ organizing tool
zen writing tool
makeup and hair 
filling in eyebrows
twin buns
how to contour
everyday makeup routine
how to make any color of lipstick… from crayons
natural beauty remedies
the trick to liquid eyeliner (this is how i wear mine, it’s quite easy to master)
cool makeup tips
stylish eye makeup (from Lauren Conrad)
gradient lip makeup
different ways to braid your hair
messy buns tutorial
how to make your own temporary tattoo
apply eyeliner, mascara, and curl lashes with a spoon
school
how to survive college 
various yoga poses for stress relief
HUGE studying masterpost (I mean huge)
solve any math problem
how to effectively pull an all-nighter
teaches everything
tumblr-related things
find out who an anon is (not sure if still working)
mass tag replacer
huge theme-related download pack
post a bunch of things from a blog’s archive 
good pixel blog and theme references
really good redux edits
my favorite falling snow effect (it’s interactive on your blog!)
backgrounds
tumblr theme generator
random image script
tumblr savior for mobile
feeling down?
cute yahoo answers (the cutest thing ever)
emergency compliment
draw a stickman
coping skills and distractions
for some reason these videos always cheer me up
calming gif
givesmehope (this will cheer you up it is so cute)
bored?
answer trivia questions and give people rice !!
Cool websites for wasting time (1, 2, 3 )
make sand art online (you could spend hours on this site tbh)
make a a giant squid pillow! (because why not?)
how to do special effects makeup (tw: gore?)
create your own nebula
read creepy wikipedia articles
read more creepy wikipedia articles  (warning, I haven’t read these articles, so I do not know what they contain. read at your own risk.)
random colour each time
disney lies/ urban legends
make your own acapella band
watch a real-time streaming of the ocean
just click this. trust me.
make your own pokemon secret base
this will take you to a cool place
games
color matching game
downloadable indie games / in-browser indie games
games you played back in the day
really cute online games
cards against humanity pdf
sushi cat (really cute, calming game)
takes you to a random location and you have to guess where you are
color matching game
akinator, the web genie (kind of like 20 questions, but with famous people)
 food to make
panera mac n cheese recipe
different salad recipes
fricking recipes
harry potter recipes
healthy recipes
brownie/cookie
s’mores pie (keep in the fridge and heat up for 15 seconds when you want a piece so its warm and it just tastes really good please make this)
nutella hot chocolate
peanut butter nutella swirl cookies
cookie in a mug
starbucks holiday drinks
fruit leathers (like fruit roll-ups, only much better)
photo editing things
punk edit tutorial
remove backgrounds without photoshop
topaz-like action
glitch tutorial
double exposure effect
photoshop brushes masterpost
this blog has a lot of ps resources
so does this one
art references
how to draw ears
how to make an animated film
learn how to draw anything
turn your paper art into digital
skeleton practice drawing tool thingy
how to draw semi- realistic eyes
how to make pixel art
good reference for drawing water
free digital sculpting tool
sounds n music
masterpost of sounds of nature
more sounds of nature
find more artists to listen to (basically you pick an artist, and it shows more artists, and you click those. it’s a never ending lists of music in your taste!)
listen to playlists (here’s mine)
get the best sound from your iTunes
coffee shop sounds for productivity
rain sounds
white noise generator
some more cool sounds
how to make an 8-bit/chiptune
learn to do things
make a flower crown
make dip-dyed shoes
make glitter out of salt
make a blanket nest
how to make origami
how to embroider 
learn to read korean in 15 minutes
newspaper nails (i’ve done these before… super easy and look really cool!!)
tie-dye denim
make a font from your handwriting
learn to play guitar
quizzes
personality quizzes
the ‘eye’ test
find out which disney princess you are
online color challenge
trivia quizzes
other useful things
is a website actually down?
hobbies masterpost
best, most comfy onesies ever
clothing life hacks
when to pee during a movie
how to remove pilling from clothing
100 tips for life
sleep calculator
kawaii emoticons
run windows programs on a mac
plant studio (like microsoft paint, but with plants!)
find out which font something is
create a color palate from an image

This took 85 years to make yo

jakebuggh:

jakebuggh:

So here are a bunch of resources i’ve gathered. I thought that I’d share them because they’re really helpful. Hope they’ll make your life easier! I’ve never made one of these before, so let me know if any of the links aren’t working. 

writing 

makeup and hair 

school

tumblr-related things

feeling down?

bored?

games

 food to make

photo editing things

art references

sounds n music

learn to do things

quizzes

other useful things

This took 85 years to make yo

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build-a-diy:

8-foot giant squid pillow.
You’ll need:
2 yards of felt
1 yard of patterned fabric (I suggest a polka dot-type pattern so it looks like suction cups)
1 medium piece of black felt, 1 medium piece of white felt (for the eyes)
white thread, black thread and thread of the same color as the felt you’re using
pins
about 5 lbs. of stuffing
a couple big sheets of paper to draw your pattern
You can find many of these things down at the many places on Fabric Row, on 4th Street between Bainbridge and Catherine. Pearl, at 417 South Street, sometimes has stuffing if you can’t find any.
First, you need to draw out your patterns. Here’s a basic template to get you started, although most of the measurements are reasonably fudgeable. If in the likely event you don’t have any four-foot-long pieces of paper lying around, just tape a few pieces together.

Once you’ve drawn out your eight patterns, it’s time to cut the fabric. Pin the pattern to the fabric, laid flat, and cut out the following, leaving a half an inch or so of extra fabric around the edge of the pattern:
FOR THE ARMS: 8 felt and 8 fabric cutouts of piece 1
FOR THE, UH, LONGER ARMS: 2 felt and 2 fabric cutouts of piece 2
FOR THE BODY: 2 felt cutouts of piece 3
FOR THE FIN: 4 felt cutouts of piece 4
FOR THE HEAD: 1 felt cutouts of piece 6
FOR THE EYES: 2 white felt cutouts of piece 7 and 2 black felt cutouts of piece 8
So now you’ve got all your pieces ready, it’s time to start sewing them together. I did mine by hand because my sewing machine is busted and I get a kind of Zen buzz from sewing by hand, but if you have a non-busted one I recommend that you use it as it will be MUCH EASIER. You’re going to be sewing everything with the nice side of the fabric facing in, then turning it inside out to stuff it.
THE ARMS: (To make a quilted pattern that looks like suckers, see this other post). Pin together one patterned fabric piece 1 and one felt piece 1 (with the nice sides facing the inside). Sew down around the U-shape and back up, leaving the top open. Then turn the arm inside out, stuff it (it’s easiest to do both of these things if you sort of scrunch it up like you’re trying to put on a pair of tights, excuse the non-dude-friendly reference) and sew the top closed. Do the same for the other seven arms and rejoice in the fact that this is the most tedious part. Same deal with the two long arms, they’re just harder to stuff.
THE FINS: Pin together two of your piece 4s and sew together the curvy outer edge. Turn the piece inside out, so the seam you just sewed is on the inside, and start sewing up the other side, stuffing gradually as you go along. You should end up with a triangle-ish puffy thing. Repeat for the other two piece 4s.

THE BODY: Put down one piece 3, then place the two fins you have down with the point up and the curvy side pointing in, then make a sandwich by putting the other piece 3 down on top. Pin it all together and sew around the edges with the two fins still inside, as shown. Turn it inside out and move on to…

THE HEAD: So take piece 6 and the ten arms you’ve already done. Lay the arms, fabric side facing you, out with the arms’ top seams in a line half an inch from the top of piece 6. The order should be arm arm arm arm BIG ARM arm arm arm arm BIG ARM. The legs should be almost entirely covering piece 6. Pin them in place and sew a straight line through the individual legs seams to attach the legs to piece 6.
When you pick up the other side of piece 6, you now have something resembling a really weird untied hula skirt. Sew together the two 9-inch ends of piece 6 with the fabric side of the arms on the outside, and keep it inside out for the moment.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: Fit the open end of the body through the arms (still fabric side facing out) and pull the edge all the way through the felt cylinder so it’s even with the edge that DOESN’T have arms attached to it. Sew around the diameters of the head cylinder and the body cylinder to attach them, then pull the legs down over the head and you’re almost done!
Stuff the body, then seal it off by sewing piece 5 over the open end (even if you do have a functional sewing machine, you’ll probably have to do this part by hand).
THE EYES: Sew the black circles on the white circles and whipstitch the eyes onto the head. You do this last because you can’t tell where they’re going to end up on the end product if you put them on before stuffing the body.

build-a-diy:

8-foot giant squid pillow.

You’ll need:

  • 2 yards of felt
  • 1 yard of patterned fabric (I suggest a polka dot-type pattern so it looks like suction cups)
  • 1 medium piece of black felt, 1 medium piece of white felt (for the eyes)
  • white thread, black thread and thread of the same color as the felt you’re using
  • pins
  • about 5 lbs. of stuffing
  • a couple big sheets of paper to draw your pattern

You can find many of these things down at the many places on Fabric Row, on 4th Street between Bainbridge and Catherine. Pearl, at 417 South Street, sometimes has stuffing if you can’t find any.

First, you need to draw out your patterns. Here’s a basic template to get you started, although most of the measurements are reasonably fudgeable. If in the likely event you don’t have any four-foot-long pieces of paper lying around, just tape a few pieces together.

These aren't to scale.

Once you’ve drawn out your eight patterns, it’s time to cut the fabric. Pin the pattern to the fabric, laid flat, and cut out the following, leaving a half an inch or so of extra fabric around the edge of the pattern:

FOR THE ARMS: 8 felt and 8 fabric cutouts of piece 1

FOR THE, UH, LONGER ARMS: 2 felt and 2 fabric cutouts of piece 2

FOR THE BODY: 2 felt cutouts of piece 3

FOR THE FIN: 4 felt cutouts of piece 4

FOR THE HEAD: 1 felt cutouts of piece 6

FOR THE EYES: 2 white felt cutouts of piece 7 and 2 black felt cutouts of piece 8

So now you’ve got all your pieces ready, it’s time to start sewing them together. I did mine by hand because my sewing machine is busted and I get a kind of Zen buzz from sewing by hand, but if you have a non-busted one I recommend that you use it as it will be MUCH EASIER. You’re going to be sewing everything with the nice side of the fabric facing in, then turning it inside out to stuff it.

THE ARMS: (To make a quilted pattern that looks like suckers, see this other post). Pin together one patterned fabric piece 1 and one felt piece 1 (with the nice sides facing the inside). Sew down around the U-shape and back up, leaving the top open. Then turn the arm inside out, stuff it (it’s easiest to do both of these things if you sort of scrunch it up like you’re trying to put on a pair of tights, excuse the non-dude-friendly reference) and sew the top closed. Do the same for the other seven arms and rejoice in the fact that this is the most tedious part. Same deal with the two long arms, they’re just harder to stuff.

THE FINS: Pin together two of your piece 4s and sew together the curvy outer edge. Turn the piece inside out, so the seam you just sewed is on the inside, and start sewing up the other side, stuffing gradually as you go along. You should end up with a triangle-ish puffy thing. Repeat for the other two piece 4s.

THE BODY: Put down one piece 3, then place the two fins you have down with the point up and the curvy side pointing in, then make a sandwich by putting the other piece 3 down on top. Pin it all together and sew around the edges with the two fins still inside, as shown. Turn it inside out and move on to…

THE HEAD: So take piece 6 and the ten arms you’ve already done. Lay the arms, fabric side facing you, out with the arms’ top seams in a line half an inch from the top of piece 6. The order should be arm arm arm arm BIG ARM arm arm arm arm BIG ARM. The legs should be almost entirely covering piece 6. Pin them in place and sew a straight line through the individual legs seams to attach the legs to piece 6.

When you pick up the other side of piece 6, you now have something resembling a really weird untied hula skirt. Sew together the two 9-inch ends of piece 6 with the fabric side of the arms on the outside, and keep it inside out for the moment.

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: Fit the open end of the body through the arms (still fabric side facing out) and pull the edge all the way through the felt cylinder so it’s even with the edge that DOESN’T have arms attached to it. Sew around the diameters of the head cylinder and the body cylinder to attach them, then pull the legs down over the head and you’re almost done!

Stuff the body, then seal it off by sewing piece 5 over the open end (even if you do have a functional sewing machine, you’ll probably have to do this part by hand).

THE EYES: Sew the black circles on the white circles and whipstitch the eyes onto the head. You do this last because you can’t tell where they’re going to end up on the end product if you put them on before stuffing the body.

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fashiondisastercecil:

everyone’s getting rickrolled

the harry potter shipping wars have started back up

time is not real

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girlprince:

pacific rim AU where jaegers are operated just like the game QWOP

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frenums:

im so tired

frenums:

im so tired

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