17. FTM. started t Dec. 20th, 2013. lots of fun shtuff

 

color-palettes:

From an altered RCW 49

Purple Galaxy - Requested By Anonymous

#0a0031 #2a0040 #7303a0 #ea35ff #9db9ff

neon-vagina:

bigeisamazing:

ronaldreagay:

laughing cow cheese huh?
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I BET THAT COW WASNT LAUGHING WHEN YOU SLAUGHTERED IT HUH

you don’t kill a cow

to make cheese

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this is literally my favorite

(Source: catholicschoolgay)

tyler-thequeen:

juststrokemyglabella:

f1ipster:

danisactuallycry:

iraffiruse:

Listen here, you little shit…

Saturn was NOT a single lady.

"I’ll tell him not to go to a play. Ever."

you should not hit dogs

Take out centi.

Build pockets of stillness into your life. Meditate. Go for walks. Ride your bike going nowhere in particular. There is a creative purpose to daydreaming, even to boredom. The best ideas come to us when we stop actively trying to coax the muse into manifesting and let the fragments of experience float around our unconscious mind in order to click into new combinations. Without this essential stage of unconscious processing, the entire flow of the creative process is broken.

Happy Birthday, Brain Pickings: 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living | Brain Pickings

Was just talking with a bunch of parents today about the okay-ness (even the importance) of boredom in children. Maria Popova is talking about a very different context, but the point is the same.

(via parenthacks)

…when Fred Rogers took a trip out to meet Koko [the gorilla] for his show, not only did she immediately wrap her arms around him and embrace him, she did what she’d always seen him do onscreen: she proceeded to take his shoes off!

15 Reasons Mister Rogers Was the Best Neighbor Ever | Mental Floss

I’m pretty skeptical about “X Number of Reasons To…” posts, but this one caught in my throat. Isn’t that AWESOME?

(via parenthacks)

Linear Explanations Make You Your Child’s Oracle of Information

parenthacks:

geekdadblog:

Linear Explanations Make You Your Child’s Oracle of Information

Calvin.Hobbes

A must-read! So funny and sweet at the same time.

This explains why my kids always go to Dad for explanations about complicated things. As much as they want the facts, they’re suckers for good…

If I were to quantify it, decluttering has caused about 5% regret and 95% relief.

Me, in response to Courtney’s comment on my #1 decluttering excuse, and why it’s not good enough (a post at Parent Hacks sponsored by Goodwill). (via parenthacks)

jeannette-m:

the-broken-daughter-of-gabriel:

consulting-detective-with-a-box:

chrisletoepine:

it’s the year 2081. facebook is now on a chip you implant into your hand that allows you to type your status in midair. twitter can be controlled with thoughts. tumblr still has the same damn video player.

and the BBC finally announced that Sherlock series 4 will premiere January 1st 2082

Madagascar 273 is out. They still haven’t found New York.

Yeah, sounds about right.

(Source: junketsuqueen)

citizen: it's a bird!

citizen: it's a plane!

*superman flies down with kryptonite between his teeth*

superman: it's a metaphor