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ladiesofthetrade:

traditionaltattooshowcase:

I am a mature 21 year old woman, I promise.

Dattebayo and Usuratonkachi.

Wow you are so very kool

What does that even say

Asker Anonymous Asks:
well instead of moaning his name you can try imekari (baby) or qalaba (dumb cow)
direwolvesandgriffins direwolvesandgriffins Said:

richardriders:

omfG NO

OH GOD

wonkaicecream:

Who says bananas can’t be purple and ice pops can’t be peel-able? With the imagination of Willy Wonka and  Peel-a-Pop™, anything is possible! http://www.wonkaicecream.com/

wonkaicecream:

Who says bananas can’t be purple and ice pops can’t be peel-able? With the imagination of Willy Wonka and  Peel-a-Pop™, anything is possible! http://www.wonkaicecream.com/

southpauz:

True story.

I just wanted a refill on my Sprite. 

That’s all I wanted.

and I would have done anything for it

(via musingsofanawkwardblackgirl)

Anora is a bitch. A bad bitch who's too good for these haters
direwolvesandgriffins direwolvesandgriffins Said:

lifeofaseamonster:

ikr

At first I was angry, and then I wasn’t.

princelesscomic:

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queenyasminx:

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threelittlemonkeybutts:

princelesscomic:

threelittlemonkeybutts:

princelesscomic:

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crimsoncamellianeko:

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nappynomad:

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tenbandits:

I’ve neglected Tumblr for a while, so to make it up to you all, I’m giving you all a sneak peek at this awesome page from our second issue of Princeless! It’s probably my favourite page so far.

Words by princelesscomic, art by unassumingpumpkin and me.

So guys…don’t freak out but…

Too late. Freaking out.

Don’t freak out yet.  This issue will not be out until February.  That’s a long time to freak out.

*freaks out anyway*

I expected this response…

I have this weird feeling like you guys are really going to like Raven…I’m not sure why.

FREAKING OUT


FREEEEAKING OUT


HOW IS SHE SO SUAVE

HOW

Because she can read Adrienne like a book.

Was mainly referencing her dipping Adrienne like they’re ballroom dancing but that works too.


She’s gonna have everyone swooning, I can feel it.

The difference in their facial expressions in that panel is what really kills me.  Raven is all confidence.  Adrienne is confusion and panic.

freaking out!!!! FREAKING OUT!!!!

ERIGUEORIJGOERIHO0948RO0I9UJWELIJHF

I NEED THIS BOOK/VOLUME NNNNAAAAOOOOO!!!! OMG MY HEART CANNOT TAKE THIS!

Easy now!  There will be a preview of the first issue in Action Lab’s Halloween Comicfest book in October!

Hey morning people, check out this thing

brennacedria:

bellisadinosaur:

eyeofsithis:

inspiring-the-mind:

awesome

This is what fighting a high dragon in Dragon Age is like

That green one spends the entire fight just getting thrown around.

In all of my experiences with dragons in DA, the green one is Zevran. I’m sorry, Zev lovers, but it’s true. I tried taking him to dragon fights, I tried speccing him though the whole damn game as nothing but an archer so he’d stay out of the way when fighting dragons, and it always looks like this instead.

queenmerbabe:

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cleolinda:

cinematicnomad:

apparently e.l. james called former child star mara wilson (matilda) a “sad f**k” for critiquing the 50shades books a while ago and now there’s a feud. i love it.

I have a love for her that runs deep.

(via irish-changeling)

anderjolras:

nerfburger:

the-cyanide-exploder:

nerfburger:

crezelle:

nerfburger:

anderjolras:

krisatherandom:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

caligulascookie:

r-u-seri0us:

88-red-balloons:

catladyofficial:

the best headline i’ve ever read.

yes. apparently a kid was screaming in line behind him about wanting pie, so he bought every single one. 23 pies. then slowly ate them as he stared at the kid and kid’s mom.

This is amazing

OKAY so my mom found this article (or one about the same event) on Facebook. Basically what happened was, this guy went into BK with a headache, and while he was in line this kid and his mother enter the restaurant. The kid begins throwing a fit, screaming (I quote) “I want a fucking pie!” This is a child, mind you. His mother, on the phone, ignores the kid. The man’s headache got worse because of this screaming kid and he asked the woman if she could control her child. She told him to stop telling him how to raise her kid and went back to talking on the phone. So the guy orders his burger and all the pies they had- 23. He proceeded to the exit, only to hear the woman yell, “What do you mean, you don’t have any pies?” The cashier helplessly points out the man who bought all the pies. Our hero, to rub salt in the wound, slowly starts eating a pie before leaving.

I too love to antagonize children
why do people on tumblr hate kids so much like
what the fuck is your problem

It’s not that we hate kids, it’s that we dislike kids that are spoiled brats and the parents that don’t do anything to adjust their attitude and behavior

i love the implication that parents who don’t feed temper tantrums with attention are somehow failing as parents.

up yours.

Imo this dude was nothing but a larger child being spiteful and throwing a tantrum. And look at how much his shitty baby behavior has been rewarded.

I dunno, the notion the mom actually tried to order a pie after getting cussed at. If I cussed at my folks as a kid, dang I’d get holy hell.

That’s between the mom and kid. It’s not someone’s place to try and discipline a child that isn’t theirs. It’s none of their business.

Hey, parents should always try to do something about their child’s temper tantrums. Those kids shouldn’t get the idea that they can get away with it every time, and then growing up to be adults and get used to throwing them.

Again that’s not your perogative anymore than forcing someone with bad body odor to bathe is.

NO.

when children throw tantrums it is because they want attention, and since they can’t get the good attention that they want (and often this is for very good reasons) their stressed child brains tell them to demand ANY attention at all. so they throw that tantrum to get what they want in any way they can, which in that moment is your attention. all attention matters to children, positive and negative, and rewarding them with attention is only teaching them that screaming and throwing a fit gets you what you want and means it’s acceptable to impede on another person’s wants and needs. when you try to control the child you are giving into that. and yeah, some parents will remove their children from the situation, but it’s not your place to tell them to do so.

and if you can’t take the tantrum anymore as a parent and you want to give the kid a pie so they stop and you can calm down, then get the kid a damned pie and take that five minutes of quiet for yourself and calm down because THAT IS SAFER FOR YOU AND THE CHILD.

it completely gobsmacks me that people are applauding a grown ass man for doing the same exact thing (while blaming the woman ofc) this kid is except that grown ass man has the ability to take himself out of the situation and express himself in a socially acceptable manner. which he chose not to do.

way to reward bad behavior, hypocrites.

Also, now no one else can have an pie. Like, wtf dude. That was an all around dick move

submissivefeminist:

fuckyeahsexcriminals:

JUST THE TIPS HC

The Tips: : MATT FRACTION & CHIP ZDARSKY

art / cover: CHIP ZDARSKY

NOVEMBER 26 / 96 PAGES / FC / M / $12.99

Just in time to come down everybody’s chimneys this holiday season, the creators of SEX CRIMINALS are proud-ish to present JUST THE TIPS: a curated collection of tips, tricks, moves, advice, suggestions, stories, and confessions, how-tos, do’s, don’ts, and do-agains-but-slower-this-times from the unmissable letters column of SEX CRIMINALS, alongside all-new material specially created for this collection only. Finally, a book to teach you how to not be a sex dumby no more. It’s this book.

It’s going to be a great November for Brimpers! Check out Image Comics Solicitations for November 2014.

Is this for real because WANT.

alltimechemicalkilljoy:

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goatsy:

Reblog if your cramps have ever

  • made you vomit
  • lasted between 2-3 days
  • stopped you from being able to walk or run
  • made you cry

It’s not considered a viable excuse on any occasion, and I would like to know why.

add

  • woken you up at night the pain was so bad

also

  • made you pass out

don’t forget

  • made you unable to stand up without doubling over and grabbing onto the closest object for support

(via happinessisawarmdruglove)

yesmissmori:

THINX Underwear:

OH SHIT YOU GUYS THIS COMPANY IS MAKING UNDERWEAR THAT IS STAIN RESISTANT, ANTIMICROBIAL, AND WILL ABSORB UP TO 6 TEASPOONS OF LIQUID BUT STILL LOOKS FUCKING SEXY

AND DID I MENTION THIS PART:

For every pair of THINX you buy, you help one girl in the developing world stay in school by providing her with seven washable, reusable cloth pads.

AND WHY IS THAT SUCH A BIG DEAL? HERE’S WHY:

After doing some research, Agrawal says she found that more than 100 million girls in the developing world were missing a week of school because of their periods, and using things such as leaves, old rags, or plastic bags in the place of sanitary pads.

THE SIZES RUN FROM XS TO XXL AND THE PRICES ARE NOT INSANE, THEY’RE OBVIOUSLY HIGHER THAN THOSE 5 FOR $10 SALES AT TARGET BUT YOU WON’T HAVE TO THROW THEM OUT BECAUSE YOU MISCALCULATED YOUR FLOW AND BLED ALL OVER THEM BEFORE YOU COULD GET TO A BATHROOM

I’M SORRY FOR SHOUTING I’M JUST REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THIS

LIKE HOLY FUCKBASKET IT’S ABOUT DAMN TIME

(via submissivefeminist)

misspiggy385:

DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION, COMBAT Q&A

Can we customise AI tactics as in the previous games (i.e. drink a health potion when below 25% health)? —@WordsToGold, Twitter

[DANIEL KADING]: Yes. The interface has changed, but it includes the ability to customize what skills your allies use, when they will (or won’t!) use potions based on their health and how many potions you have left, and set targeting rules such as guarding certain allies or attacking the leader’s target.

Do weapons and armor degrade over time? If so, can they be repaired in the field? —@Wild_Morrigan, Twitter

[DK]: No equipment decay! Thedosian merchants give their products lifetime guarantees, which was a pretty shrewd business move what with the apocalyptic sky-hole.

How will cooldown work with abilities? —@FreshRevenge, Twitter, United States

[MARK DARRAH]: Cooldowns are still there. You can have eight abilities mapped on the console, which gives you opportunities.

[DK]: Different abilities have different cooldowns, which can sometimes be reduced with upgrades or passives. Particularly powerful abilities may have relatively long cooldowns, making you carefully choose when to use them—or perhaps to combo them with abilities that reset your cooldowns.

Will there be any enemies with instant death moves? —Michael Lao, Facebook, United States.

[DK]: None of the enemies have sync-kill/instant death moves… though with the right combination of difficulty setting, a low-level party, and wandering-into-places-you-ain’t-‘sposed-ta-be, a 1-hit knockout isn’t out of the question.

Can I have two swords again? —Matthew Orsini, Facebook

[MD]: Warriors have the choice of two-handed weapons or sword and shield.

[DK]: Dual-wielding daggers is otherwise only available to a rogue.

I’m not very good at being a strategic player, but I really WANT to be. Will there be some sort of stepping stones to allow players like me to graduate from more simple, action-oriented combat to a more strategic way of thinking? —Haley Livermore, Facebook

[DK]: Many battles are in locations that allow you to “scout” your opponents before they notice you, giving you the time to analyze tactical opportunities the environment offers: chokepoints for warriors, blind approaches for rogues, enemies in vulnerable locations, etc. Sometimes your allies will spot opportunities in these fights and make suggestions on strategies of approach.  

Will weapons be as interchangeable as they were in [Dragon Age:] Origins, or class-restricted like DA-II? —Jacob Wasylenko, Facebook

[DK]: Class-restricted, though our animators provided some beautiful variant attack styles within each melee weapon set. For instance, rogues perform different attacks depending on whether they’re armed with single- or double-bladed daggers.

Are you going to bring back Arcane Warrior? —Robert Pennington, Facebook, United States

[MD]: Something similar will exist, but we’ll get to that a bit later on.

Will there be finishing moves as in Dragon Age: Origins (like the jumping final blow seen against ogres)? —Kai Chen, Facebook, Germany

[DK]: No finishing blows; however, many of our damaging abilities are built to have a “good” way to use them, and a “better” way to use them. Mighty Blow is a massive overhead strike available to two-handed warriors that deals damage and knocks a foe to the ground—but if you use it on a foe already on the ground, it deals triple damage.

Is there a completely new combat skill that you can describe/reveal? —@MarkDLentz, Twitter, United States

[DK]: There’s a fun one put together by our ability designers, Jon Fuller and Luke Barrett, called Fallback Plan. Only Varric, and possibly your Inquisitor, gain access to this ability, which lets you place a gadget on the ground; if you get into trouble later, you can instantly relocate to that position. If you upgrade it, you’ll also be set back to the level of health you had upon placing the gadget, and—if you are standing close to an enemy—you’ll kidnap the enemy back with you. By combining this with stealth, and placing traps or mage glyphs under the marker, many hijinks can ensue.

Is health and mana not regenerating between battles still a thing at this point? —@starcicles, Twitter, United States

[DK]: Mana and stamina regenerate. Health does not, requiring you to be careful about overextending yourself in your adventures. Potions are your primary method of healing in the field, though there are a few rare abilities that can be used tactically to regain health.

Will there still be cross-class combos, or any sort of similar system? —@blanketcocoon, Twitter

[DK]: There are cross-class combos, with unique effects caused by different combinations of rogue, mage, and warrior abilities.

Do all mage followers have good healing spells or will some be better at it than others? —Josh Rodrigues, Facebook, United States

[MD]: We are focusing more mage tactics on defensive abilities (like Barrier) than healing.

Are there any other benefits to the Inquisitor’s “Fade power” other than being able to close tears in the Fade? —Dominic Freckelton, Facebook

[DK]: Most of the rifts in the Fade are defended by powerful, newly emerged demons that still bear a connection to the Fade. These battles are difficult, but the Inquisitor can use their power to even the odds by getting close enough to “disrupt” the Fade rift during these fights, which will send a powerful shockwave out that heavily damages and stuns its defenders.

[MIKE LAIDLAW]: As the Inquisitor masters his or her control of the mark, it may unlock another use that’s a little more global as well.

How, exactly, does focus work in the game? —RJ May, Facebook, United States

[DK]: Focus is earned as a party, but spent as an individual. Focus is given to all party members when any of them damage a foe: this allows lower-damage characters like defensive warriors to fulfill their role while still accumulating focus. After enough is earned, a character can use an ability that costs focus. That character’s focus is then spent, but not the focus of their allies, who can still use it for their own abilities.  

[ML]: Focus requires you to think long-term. You may need it to get out of a sticky situation, or you may want to save it for a particularly tough battle you’re anticipating. Because focus abilities can’t be used every fight, the combat team has been able to “turn up” their effectiveness. They can be real game-changers if deployed strategically.

Are there any missions in game that might unlock new spells/abilities for our character, or will it solely be a level up system? —Kristen Coates, Facebook

[MD]: There is one…

[ML]: Mark’s being cryptic about one particular element of the game, so I won’t spoil that, but I will say that specializations are earned, not granted for free. You will be able to preview all the specialization abilities available to you before you make a choice of which path you want to follow. It’s worth noting that unlike in the previous DA games, we’ve decided to bulk out the specializations more, but you will have to choose one to follow with your character. They add a lot of depth to your tactical options, but we wanted them to be actually special.

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(via everythingdragonage)