Happy Hatpire

papercut art and things like that

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yonkoshanks:

crowleythxangel:

ninjutsumistress:

stormxsparrow:

If you went or know anyone who went to SDCC and saw this cosplayer, the police seriously need your help. _The cosplayer was found at the side of a road unconscious and bloody without her ID and in her costume. The police are unsure what happened to her. If you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, call The San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000 or (858) 484-3154.PLEASE Spread the message.Personal note: I am not personally involved with the situation, I have not been to that con nor seen the cosplayer only saw the issue being raised on Facebook, so I’m raising more awareness on here. More infomation: x

Reblogging in hopes this case get solved fast!

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THIS IS MY FRIEND MILLY! SHE’S IN THE HOSPITAL IN ICU STILL IN SAN DIEGO WITH SEVERE BRAIN BLEEDING. PLEASE reblog this and let the police know if you have any information! 

Thank goodness, the police have made an arrest on this case.

yonkoshanks:

crowleythxangel:

ninjutsumistress:

stormxsparrow:

If you went or know anyone who went to SDCC and saw this cosplayer, the police seriously need your help. _

The cosplayer was found at the side of a road unconscious and bloody without her ID and in her costume. The police are unsure what happened to her. 

If you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, call The San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000 or (858) 484-3154.
PLEASE Spread the message.

Personal note: I am not personally involved with the situation, I have not been to that con nor seen the cosplayer only saw the issue being raised on Facebook, so I’m raising more awareness on here. More infomation: x

Reblogging in hopes this case get solved fast!

come on tumblr this needs more notes

THIS IS MY FRIEND MILLY! SHE’S IN THE HOSPITAL IN ICU STILL IN SAN DIEGO WITH SEVERE BRAIN BLEEDING. PLEASE reblog this and let the police know if you have any information! 

Thank goodness, the police have made an arrest on this case.

(via consultingkaijugroupie)

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importantbirds:


hello. this my birb, name of Beemo. be throw everything all over apartment then doing this dance in celebrate a job well done.

WELL JOBBE THE BEEMLES NOD NODS 
may I HAV A THIS DANC PLES LETTUCE THE ALL NIGHT GROOVE

lookit dem budgers

importantbirds:

hello. this my birb, name of Beemo. be throw everything all over apartment then doing this dance in celebrate a job well done.

WELL JOBBE THE BEEMLES NOD NODS 

may I HAV A THIS DANC PLES LETTUCE THE ALL NIGHT GROOVE

lookit dem budgers

(via scarlet--harlot)

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cannibalcoalition:

hatpire:

At dennys. They do not have a ball pit and I am disappointed.

Is there anyone around with tarot cards? Its about the right time of night for the occult kids to be at the all-night diners. See if you can hear the rattle of runes and hushed tones of secrets being told behind propped-up menus. 

I didn’t see anyone there with tarot cards, but we were all pretty preoccupied with discussing stupid Pathfinder things and the effect of sugar-free Haribo gummi bears on the human digestive system.

Filed under dennys

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cultofkimber:

princeburrito:

brispeak:

huffingtonpost:

THESE 16 DOGS ARE HEROES. THEY ARE ALSO PIT BULLS.

Virtually every dog relishes a loving scratch behind the ears and some sweet, vocal praise. But dogs identified as pit bulls get a bad reputation and a lot less love.

Try not to cry as you read the full stories behind these heroic pit bulls here. 

Love that someone made this.

my heart

If you don’t like pit bulls, you’re wrong and you should feel bad.

(via consultingkaijugroupie)

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heyyue:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

riddlemehiddleston:


This came into work today. I shortlisted it and displayed it on my cafe counter.
The back said something like “He is into BDSM. (Batman, Dragons, Star Wars, and Magic the Gathering).”
The first paragraph starts like this:

“I growl with frustration at my reflection in the mirror. My hair is fifty shades of messed up. Why is it so kinky and out of control? I need to stop sleeping with it wet. As I brush my long brown hair, the girl in the mirror brown eyes too big for her, stares back at me. Wait… my eyes are blue! It dawns on me that I haven’t been looking in the mirror—I’ve been staring at a poster of Kirsten Stewart for the past five minutes. My own hair is fine.”


my own hair is fine
oh my god where can i buy this


I need this book in my life! Someone please buy me this book! I’ll love you 5ever!!!

thats a barnes and noble

heyyue:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

riddlemehiddleston:

This came into work today. I shortlisted it and displayed it on my cafe counter.

The back said something like “He is into BDSM. (Batman, Dragons, Star Wars, and Magic the Gathering).”

The first paragraph starts like this:

“I growl with frustration at my reflection in the mirror. My hair is fifty shades of messed up. Why is it so kinky and out of control? I need to stop sleeping with it wet. As I brush my long brown hair, the girl in the mirror brown eyes too big for her, stares back at me. Wait… my eyes are blue! It dawns on me that I haven’t been looking in the mirror—I’ve been staring at a poster of Kirsten Stewart for the past five minutes. My own hair is fine.”

my own hair is fine

oh my god where can i buy this

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I need this book in my life! Someone please buy me this book! I’ll love you 5ever!!!

thats a barnes and noble

(Source: m3lodigression, via jonmuru)

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TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI

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What are you wearing?
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Ever been in love?
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Any tattoos do you want?
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Any piercings that you want?
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OTP?
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The reason I joined Tumblr?
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Meaning behind your url
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The relationship between you and the person you last texted?
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cannibalcoalition:

anatheistinheaven:

cannibalcoalition:

leebradford:

Mom: Logistically, a zombie wearing a flower crown doesn’t make sense. 
Me: …so?

Zombie not need defined by narrow ideals of what zombie look like. All zombie need is flowers. Lots of flowers and brains. 

Tell me about it. The stereotypes perpetuated in media surrounding these creatures is particularly annoying. For one: Their label.
Zombies are basically the enslaved bodies of Voodoun Deities (mostly Baron Samedi) and various magic men of that culture. They do not eat flesh, but they serve mindlessly. Zombie powder or whatever is thrown on their faces, and they are thereafter enslaved by their master.
These guys, on the other hand, are the undead beings who eat the flesh of men and transmit their affliction to those they attack. They are initially found in graveyards where there are larger populations of the dead for them to feast upon.
These things, as even George Romero (creator of the popular form of monsters we recognise as “zombies”) has told us, are Ghouls.
(A note: He also mentioned that they were just generic flesh-eaters, thinking cannibalism to be one of the most horrifying things a person can do, and coming up with the idea of the Dead Simply stop being dead. But I’ll stick with my Ghoul theory.)
Ghouls, as compared to zombies, were a type of Jinn in Arabic Folklore, closely related to the Wish-Granting Genie (which came from French translations of “1001 Nights”). They are basically associated with Grave-digging, eating of corpses, taking the form of those they most recently ate, stealing coins, drinking blood, and harassing small children. Because, you know, they existed in fairytales.
So yeah, people, know the right names for these things and stop putting them into little boxes and stereotypes that they simply don’t fit into.
(Also stop putting them into little boxes and stereotypes in general, but I’m presuming that’s a given.)

I would say stop putting them in boxes because it just makes them angry. 

Or… Zombies in fantasy are whatever they want to be.Dragons exist in folklore across many cultures. That doesn’t make Ann McCaffrey’s dragons any less valid as a fantasy creature, even though they’re essentially alien life who are also telepathic.Mermaids exist in folklore but Disney’s The Little Mermaid is still a valid fantasy creation.

cannibalcoalition:

anatheistinheaven:

cannibalcoalition:

leebradford:

Mom: Logistically, a zombie wearing a flower crown doesn’t make sense. 

Me: …so?

Zombie not need defined by narrow ideals of what zombie look like. All zombie need is flowers. Lots of flowers and brains. 

Tell me about it. The stereotypes perpetuated in media surrounding these creatures is particularly annoying. For one: Their label.

Zombies are basically the enslaved bodies of Voodoun Deities (mostly Baron Samedi) and various magic men of that culture. They do not eat flesh, but they serve mindlessly. Zombie powder or whatever is thrown on their faces, and they are thereafter enslaved by their master.

These guys, on the other hand, are the undead beings who eat the flesh of men and transmit their affliction to those they attack. They are initially found in graveyards where there are larger populations of the dead for them to feast upon.

These things, as even George Romero (creator of the popular form of monsters we recognise as “zombies”) has told us, are Ghouls.

(A note: He also mentioned that they were just generic flesh-eaters, thinking cannibalism to be one of the most horrifying things a person can do, and coming up with the idea of the Dead Simply stop being dead. But I’ll stick with my Ghoul theory.)

Ghouls, as compared to zombies, were a type of Jinn in Arabic Folklore, closely related to the Wish-Granting Genie (which came from French translations of “1001 Nights”). They are basically associated with Grave-digging, eating of corpses, taking the form of those they most recently ate, stealing coins, drinking blood, and harassing small children. Because, you know, they existed in fairytales.

So yeah, people, know the right names for these things and stop putting them into little boxes and stereotypes that they simply don’t fit into.

(Also stop putting them into little boxes and stereotypes in general, but I’m presuming that’s a given.)

I would say stop putting them in boxes because it just makes them angry. 

Or… Zombies in fantasy are whatever they want to be.

Dragons exist in folklore across many cultures. That doesn’t make Ann McCaffrey’s dragons any less valid as a fantasy creature, even though they’re essentially alien life who are also telepathic.

Mermaids exist in folklore but Disney’s The Little Mermaid is still a valid fantasy creation.