Artist Creates ‘Decaying’ Paintings As Visual Representation Of Neglect
by Valerie Hegarty
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WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD
Or, as King Henry VIII likes to call it, a productive evening.
This is so adorable
I need to see the cartoon version of this. I can see the Dreamworks/Pixar movie already.
#SHE LEAVES DEAD FISH ON HIS PILLOW #when he brings them to her she’s just like what? do you not get hungry before bed? #and he’s like ugh yes but not for fish guts #the next time she does it she carefully uses her talons to clean out the fish for him #that sort of thing must be hard to do with his soft human nails after all #he just sighs at this point and starts leaving a bucket next to his bed that says MIDNIGHT SNACKS #shark girl and her grumpy dream boy #things that should exist (tags by cortue)
ZAC EFRON CAME OUT AS BISEXUAL
did you really expect anyone who could sing and dance on tables to be 100% straight
the image isn’t loading but I bet you everything I own it’s darren criss
I’m laughing harder than when I first saw this in the 6th grade
Children Say The Best Things in Bookshops
Whilst customers say odd things sometimes, children say the best things: sometimes heart-warming, sometimes hilariously bizarre, because their imaginations are rather excellent.
Here are some of the things that have been said to me by children in our bookshop.*
*Prepare for the warm fuzzies.
Little boy: When I grow up, I’m going to be a book ninja!Me: What’s a book ninja?Little boy: I can’t tell you. It’s a secret.—
Little girl (whispers): They gave us Kindles to use at school, but I prefer books.<img<Me: What do you love about books?Little gi><imrl (thinking hard): I like how quiet they are.Me: Yeah?Little girl: Yeah. Stories should be quiet, and whisper to you inside your head.—
Little girl (pointing to a cupboard under one of the bookshelves): Can you get to Narnia through there?
Me: Unfortunately, I don’t think you can.
Little girl: Oh. Our wardrobe at home doesn’t work for getting to Narnia, either.
Little girl: No. Dad says it’s because mum bought it at IKEA.—Little girl: I’ve written a book.Me: Have you? What’s it about?Little girl: I don’t know. It’s in my head. I haven’t read it yet.
Little boy: Mummy, who was Hitler?
Little boy: Yeah. Who was he?
Mother: Erm, he was a very bad man from a long time ago.
Little boy: Oh. How bad?
Mother: He was like… he was like Voldemort.
Little boy: Oh! That’s really, really bad.
Little boy: (Pause) So… did Harry Potter kill Hitler, too?—-Little girl: I like books because they’re like the stories in my head … but better… and with more dragons.—(At the bookshop, a young boy came up to the counter, beckoned to me, and whispered):
Young boy: Just so you know, there’s a vampire hiding behind one of your bookcases.
Me: Oh, is there?
Young Boy: Yes. I heard it. I’ve read about them, and I know what they sound like.
Me: I see. Thank you for letting me know.
Young Boy: You’re welcome. (Pause.) Also, try not to anger it. They can be very aggressive.
(A young girl is looking at some pony books)
Me: Do you like horses?
Young girl: Yes. When I grow up I’m going to have a pony.
Me: That sounds like fun.
Young girl: Yes. And it will be better than all the other ponies.
Me: How come?
Young girl: Because mine will have a purple tail. And roller-skates.—
Young boy: You should put a basement in your bookshop.Me: You think so?
Young boy: Yeah. And then you could keep a dragon in it, and he could look after all the books for you when you’re not here.
Me: That’s a pretty cool idea. Dragons breathe fire, though. Do you think he might accidentally burn the books?
Young boy: He might, but you could get one who’d passed a test in bookshop-guarding. Then you’d be ok.
Me: …You know, I think you’re on to something there.—Little girl: I like bookshops. They are houses for stories.
my favorite part about elementary is when sherlock starts to get out of control and joan just throws her hands up and just yells, “that’s it, go to the car!” or gives him money to the vending machine. and then you expect him to just brush it off and keep yelling, but then the scene cuts to him sulking by the car moodily or munching on a bag of cookies in the hallway dejectedly.
I’m not crying, there’s just daddy batch in my eyes.
i am here for literally every single “gina torres as (iconic female)” concept
gina torres as wonder woman
gina torres as morticia addams
gina torres as lady macbeth
gina torres as cleopatra
gina torres as joan of arc
gina torres as god
im in a really nice mood so reblog this and ill send you a cute message :^)
Even though she grew up playing football, shooting hoops and running races against all the boys in her neighborhood, U.S. 800-meter champion Alysia Montano never wanted to be thought of as one of them.
As a result, she started wearing a flower behind her right ear to remind the boys they were getting beat by a girl.
"The flower to me means strength with femininity. I think that a lot of people say things like you run like a girl. That doesn’t mean you have to run soft or you have to run dainty. It means that you’re strong."