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Photography: Omar Victor Diop

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theeisforevelyn:

perseidbadger:

life-is-easier-in-a-bathtub:

By Monika Ottehenning

I went from “your hair is perfect” to “your blouse is perfect” to “your outfit is perfect” to FUCK, EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS PHOTOSET IS PERFECT.

whispers in tears: it’s so true

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jsug:

papermonkeyism:

centaurcentral:

Draw a Centaur Day - April 16th!

Because why not.

Do It People!

jsug:

papermonkeyism:

centaurcentral:

Draw a Centaur Day - April 16th!

Because why not.

Do It People!

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cardboarclcastles:

the 19th century is still the 21st century unfortunately

cardboarclcastles:

the 19th century is still the 21st century unfortunately

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peppermonster:

a very real world reaction to the superhero concept

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naurs:

Notes and drawings by Disney animator Glen Keane

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starfleetinginterest:

what if the coins you find randomly at the bottom of drawers and in between couch cushions are actually from spiders trying to pay rent

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twotibsawhisker:

'hey, we're bees' is probably the calmest reaction ever to this situation

(Source: fuckyeah1990s, via rainmonkey)

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"DC Comics announced on Friday that Rob Liefeld will be taking over three New 52 titles beginning in May […] This news comes after Liefeld’s having replaced Sterling Gates as the writer of Hawk & Dove, which itself was one of the six New 52 titles conformed for cancelation earlier this week, and will be seen by some observers as irrefutable proof that time, space and all the components of existence as we understand them are but ants under the mighty New Balance sneaker of Rob Liefeld."

ComicsAlliance

Seriously, DC. You give the guy a title, it tanks, then your reaction is “hey, let’s give him three more?” You certainly weren’t this forgiving of “failure” when the Wonder Woman movie didn’t sell as quickly as the dude superhero movies, even though it ended up selling a decent amount of copies. You talk all the time about titles failing because they weren’t what the customers wanted (usually because they starred a female character). Why can’t you see that any title featuring Rob Liefield is a title that customers don’t want?

(via idratherbeloislane)