5 hours ago | 119987

thestolencaryatid:

passive aggressive family members

"guess i’ll never be a grandma"

"guess i’ll never be an aunt"

"guess i’ll never be able to dress a niece/nephew"

stop feeling so entitled to my hypothetical offspring. it is not yours. it is mine. i will grow it if i grow it. and it will be mine. not yours. i am not an incubator which grants you familial titles. jesus. go away. this “have a baby i can play with” thing is so impersonal and insensitive and annoying.

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13 hours ago | 42688

kanrose:

YO READ THIS GODDAMNED THING BECAUSE FLIP IS SO GOSH DARNED TALENTED WITH COLOURS N SHIT AND SHE HAS BEEN FOR THE 3 YEARS I’VE KNOWN HER

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1 day ago | 62733

In the winter of 2011, photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent by a European magazine to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. Within five minutes, he asked her to marry him. Despite her initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since. 

In the winter of 2011, photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent by a European magazine to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. Within five minutes, he asked her to marry him. Despite her initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since. 

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1 day ago | 60094

neptunain:

heteronormativity is so weird like yesterday I was at my aunts beach house and some of her in-laws brought over this small baby. and the baby puts it’s hand on it’s brow to keep the sun out of it’s eyes and his father says “look at that! Leon is looking for girls!” Leon is eight months old I don’t think he knows what a girl is yet

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2 days ago | 56512

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2 days ago | 25958

Linus Lohoff, Blue Blues

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3 days ago | 4200

adulting:

From the ole inbox: A friend (or two) of mine and I wanna get our own place. Aside from cost (rent is TOO DAMN HIGH), what do we need to look out for or know?

An excellent question! Here we go:

Before you are ready to move: Make sure to keep an updated document of your current and past addresses, landlord phone numbers and other info you’ll be asked on a lease application, including first and last names of other residents, current employment information and so on. Bonus: lots of these things are also useful on job applications! Also, start saving for deposits. Beyond the one on the apartment, you may have to put down deposits on your utilities. 

When you are ready to move: Figure out your price range — a good rule of thumb is no more than one-third of your income. Also, clean out your car — lots of landlords notice the small details, and how you take care of your other expensive habitat.

If you’re in a tight market, don’t send a flurry of questions to the landlord ahead of time; briefly introduce yourself, dropping in a detail or two that makes you sound put-together and responsible. Ask for the first viewing possible.

When looking at an apartment: Be sure to be on-time, looking tidy and presentable, then check the following:

1. Hot Water: Go turn on the shower and make sure there is sufficient water pressure and it’s nice and strong and not, as my mom once memorably said of my shower, like having an 83-year-old man pee on you. Also, does the water get hot? Is it the either scalding or frigid kind of shower? That’s nice to know.

2. Safety: Come back by the area at night, during the day, on the weekend and so on. Make sure you feel reasonably safe at all these times.

3. Volume: Consider whether there is something very loud nearby, like a fire station or train tracks or a high school with a sub-standard but enthusiastic marching band. Will this make you crazy?

4. Management: Does the landlord seem at least semi-reasonable? Landlords are tightly-wound people, generally speaking, so you have to give them a little leniency. But, real talk: chances are, if you are in a conflict with them, they will win. They have money and lawyers. They’re business people. Make sure they’re the kind you want to be in business with.

5. Electricity: Be sure to check all the light switches and, if you can, the electrical outlets, perhaps by taking along your cell phone charger. Otherwise, you could end up like my friend who had 14 decorative outlets and two that actually powered things. It’s also useful to check on how many and how well-placed they are. If you like to blow-dry your hair, look for an outlet in the bathroom. It’s nice to have several in your bedroom so you’re not constantly tripping over your bedside lamp’s cord that must stretch taut through the air. And so on.

6. Closets and Storage: Do they exist? Some old houses had bedrooms without closets. Having at least one big non-bedroom closet is a lifesaver, so long as you do not follow my example and allow it to become a dangerous and unstable mess, like a tiny DMZ right there in your apartment.

7. Appliances: Is there a dishwasher, or a washer-dryer? These things are luxurious, but if there is nothing you hate in the world more than hand-washing dishes, then you might make that a condition of your search. 

8. Accessibility: Can your furniture logically get up the stairs and into the apartment? It’s a good plan, if you have really large and/or awkwardly shaped things, to measure them in advance, then take a tape measure along with you.

9. Pets: If you have a pet, can they live here with you? The lure of a nice apartment is not justification for dropping your pet off at the shelter. Also, some apartments that say “no pets” can be coaxed into a quiet, well-behaved, neutered cat, particularly if you can provide a reference from a landlord as to your cat’s goodness.

10. Paint: Can you paint the walls? What if you agree to paint them back to the original, sanitarium white when you leave?

11. Parking: Is it extra? Lot v. garage? Remote for the garage? Assigned spots? Street parking at reasonable times? Where can guests park? (thanks, lexingtoncherry!)

12: Additional costs: Which utilities do you pay? Power, water/sewer, garbage, cable, internet …? Be sure to factor these into your cost calculation. (thanks, anserini!)

After seeing an apartment: If you know it’s the right place for you, express that when you see it and then send an email as soon as possible. Thank them for taking the time to meet with you, say that you are very interested, have the deposit money ready and would like to sign a lease ASAP.

Good luck! Anything I’m missing?

3 days ago | 85443

smaugnussen:

goddessofsax:

Hair color reference chart. It’s not perfect, but from what I could gather it’s pretty accurate.

dont let the fanfic writers see this

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4 days ago | 1477
sixpenceee:

Indifference to Death
The Ukranian Holodomor was one of the worst famines in history. The manmade event is widely recognized as a genocide of millions and is comparable in scale to the Holocaust. The photograph above was taken in Kharkiv in 1933. 
The photo’s original caption reads: Passers-by no longer pay attention to the corpses of starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv.
Imagine your reaction if you walked out of your house right now and saw a corpse on the street—then imagine what horror would need to surround you to change that reaction to utter indifference.
SOURCE

sixpenceee:

Indifference to Death

The Ukranian Holodomor was one of the worst famines in history. The manmade event is widely recognized as a genocide of millions and is comparable in scale to the Holocaust. The photograph above was taken in Kharkiv in 1933

The photo’s original caption reads: Passers-by no longer pay attention to the corpses of starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv.

Imagine your reaction if you walked out of your house right now and saw a corpse on the street—then imagine what horror would need to surround you to change that reaction to utter indifference.

SOURCE

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4 days ago | 113511
dynastylnoire:

eruditionanimaladoration:

dynastylnoire:

i-will-lift-you-higher:

notyourpunchline:

oakynymph:

gengarvevo:

psychara:

dichotomization:

The Lakes of Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia are considered to be the resting place for departed souls, the lakes are locally referred to as “the lake of evil spirits”. All 3 lakes change colour from blue to green to black or red unpredictably.



dude what

I SEARCHED THIS UP AND THEY ACTUALLY CHANGE WOW

Science Tumblr, please explain?

Seriously^^^ I summon the powers of the science tumblr cuz this fascinates me.

waits for science tumblr to join this conference

Well Kelimutu is actually a volcano. The lakes sit on top of cracks and fissures that cause whats called a fumorale field aka a hot spring. The cracks allows chemicals like sulfur, chloride, etc to flow into the lakes which changes the waters ph and reacts with the minerals in the soil. The fissures would be different sizes which means varying fumorale fields. Thus different color lakes! 

Thank you science tumblr.

dynastylnoire:

eruditionanimaladoration:

dynastylnoire:

i-will-lift-you-higher:

notyourpunchline:

oakynymph:

gengarvevo:

psychara:

dichotomization:

The Lakes of Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia are considered to be the resting place for departed souls, the lakes are locally referred to as “the lake of evil spirits”. All 3 lakes change colour from blue to green to black or red unpredictably.

dude what

I SEARCHED THIS UP AND THEY ACTUALLY CHANGE WOW

Science Tumblr, please explain?

Seriously^^^ I summon the powers of the science tumblr cuz this fascinates me.

waits for science tumblr to join this conference

Well Kelimutu is actually a volcano. The lakes sit on top of cracks and fissures that cause whats called a fumorale field aka a hot spring. The cracks allows chemicals like sulfur, chloride, etc to flow into the lakes which changes the waters ph and reacts with the minerals in the soil. The fissures would be different sizes which means varying fumorale fields. Thus different color lakes! 

Thank you science tumblr.

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