Jan. 7th, 2017

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So, here’s a collection of all my WGT costumes from this year and the makeup looks. As you can see they all turned out quite different than the sketches but I’m still kinda proud of myself since I sewed almost everything myself (•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑ . What’s your favourite costume look ヽ(^◇^*)/? Would be really interesting to know ( ˆᴗˆ ).

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Woon Young, on Tumblr and Big Cartel

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Ahh, you are WONDERFUL

10. What was the last lie you told? - I’m honestly not sure.

20. Do you believe in ghosts? How about aliens? - I feel like asking people if they believe in aliens is so strange, because OF COURSE there are aliens! I mean, the multiverse is unfathomably vast and to think that Earth is the only planet to have life is self-centered.
As for ghosts, I don’t believe they are real, BUT I think if they were real it would be pretty cool. Not scary, just sort of… heart-warming. I guess then it would also be proof of an afterlife.

30. Ever had a rumor spread about you? - Yeah. In middle school the rumor was that I was gay. It was TRUE but I was in the closet and it was awful.

40. Are you the kind of friend you would want to have as a friend? - Ooh, this is a good question! I am. I care a lot about people and am very compassionate and there for people, and those are things I like in friends.

50. Basic question: What’s your favorite color/s? - I don’t really have one! I like all colors in their own ways. I used to think “ah well I hate the color orange,” but then the color orange is beautiful in sunsets and on orange cats and flowers. If pressured to pick though, I’d say blue and purple.

60. Give me your top 5 hottest celebrities - Maaan I can never bring any to mind when I see these questions! Uhhh, let me think. Natalie Dormer, Katie McGrath… who else… there are definitely more. Whelp.
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Orlando City SC have unveiled a special section of 49 seats in their stadium as a tribute to the Pulse victims (x)
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solvola:

everyone’s like “I’m bi but I’m not greedy” and I’m just sitting here like… excuse me… I’m bi and I’m greedy, I’m very greedy, I’m the greediest, I want all the boys AND all the girls AND all the non-binary people ALL at the same time

and here i am being bi and greedy for macaroni cheese

you know what that’s a wonderful idea. let’s have all the boys AND all the girls AND all the non-binary people over ALL at the same time for a nice plate of mac and cheese and late night movies. you’re all invited, sorry I made the rules

reblog if you’re a greedy bi, a greedy bi supporter, or if you really love mac & cheese
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What TV writers think is good LGBT representation: *protagonist teary eyed* My attraction to the same gender is so painful I wish I did not feel this way…but alas it’s my burden to bear. Also I have dated both men and women but I don’t like labels. *dies*What is actually good LGBT representation: *protagonist wearing sunglasses playing the saxophone in front of a giant bisexual flag* How am I doing? Well I’m just getting BI!!! Haha get it?? Because I like both men and women so I’m bisexual. 
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Sweet, free printer

chaotic neutral
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“…with eyes so blue that Anish Kapoor is not allowed to gaze into them.”
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She smelled like hand sanitizer, pure and reminiscent of a hospital.  Her lips were like marble, cold and smooth.  Her eyes were like a stop light, you wanted them to be green but they were red and occasionally yellow.

okay?

This isn’t about you.  Mind your business
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she carried a baby for 9 months just to call her dusty
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hey people who know astrology shit. ive been having a lot of feeligs lately. any planets i can blame that on.

earth
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ive got Feelings about the new update
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I sent my dad this Marx meme and he got so excited he couldn’t finish typing
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Don’t ever forget that Arden Cho did THAT. 
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A video posted by markgiambrone22 (@markgiambrone22) on Dec 26, 2016 at 12:45am PST

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Mid-storm capture of the weather that brought waterfalls to Uluru, Australia last week.
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Some of my favourites from The Recorded Sayings of Zen Master Joshu (778-897)
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Afro Goth

*jaw drops*

Ok need
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“When you teach your child, you teach your child’s child.”
- Babylonian Talmud, Kiddushim
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“If you want the present to be different from the past, study the past.”
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The Weeping Stone by Tdub Photo is created with bio luminescent shrimp found in the Seto Inland Sea in Okayama, Japan.
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Here’s your morbid literary fact of the day.

jesus christ, i will never be this goth.

Mary Shelley’s father taught her to spell her name by taking her to the graveyard and having her trace the letters on her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s gravestone.

NO ONE will ever be as goth.
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“But where our hearts truly lie is in peace and quiet..”
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Our culture has celebrities in place of myths, and we have grief twitter instead of byzantine lore about the journey to the underworld and the proper ways of burial. When celebrities die and we mourn them in a massively public way, this is a safe way to practice mourning for our parents and our partners and our friends, to try to force ourselves to make the unthinkable familiar. 

The generational quality of this grief comes from the fact that, as the celebrities with whom we grew up die, it signals that we are at the age where people are dying, and we look ahead to the inevitable disasters, the wave that grows larger on the horizon. If our public grief is a performance, it’s a performance in the way that a disaster drill is a performance. 

Our grief at losing an icon who meant a great deal to us is a real grief but a bearable one. But that bearable grief is a test-drive for future unbearable ones. We practice together in the hope that we can be prepared, so that the idea of loss does not seem so alien. 

Complaints about the inappropriate nature of grief on social media – that it’s a circle-jerk, a joiner’s club, an obligated performance – are as defining a part of these mournings as the remembrances themselves. But to call this grief a performance is to miss the point – it’s not a performance, it’s a rehearsal. It seems right to me that grief be public, and messy, and inconvenient, that it make everyone in its path uncomfortable. 

Small amounts of discomfort, after all, increase our tolerance for large amounts of pain. Mourning celebrities who mattered to us is a way to remind ourselves that no one is spared, not even those who seemed immortal, larger than a human being with petty little organs doing their pedestrian little jobs inside their skin. Speaking things aloud removes their terror, dulls the power of their unfamiliarity. We speak this over and over to try to come to terms with something that cannot possibly be made familiar.

–Helena Fitzgerald
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