lorrainelola:

My favorite Canadian posts. Happy Canada Day, eh

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Tags: canada queued

yijitumbles:

'Let's build a fort out of blankets!'
Commissioned from kultiras to draw Stiles and Derek in a little blanket fort with a pillow fort and blankets. I made Derek into his Seed Wolf form because goshdarnit, he’s just too cute like that! Lookit him snoozing away on his little tail! D’AWWWW.
Thanks for commissioning me! ♥
If you’d like to commission me for art, CLICK HERE!

yijitumbles:

'Let's build a fort out of blankets!'

Commissioned from kultiras to draw Stiles and Derek in a little blanket fort with a pillow fort and blankets. I made Derek into his Seed Wolf form because goshdarnit, he’s just too cute like that! Lookit him snoozing away on his little tail! D’AWWWW.

Thanks for commissioning me! ♥

If you’d like to commission me for art, CLICK HERE!

escaphilia:

One of the best things about being an author is the ability to create – not just the characters and plots, but we are able to craft whole worlds. Your setting may be high in the Appalachian Mountains or it can be set in the deepest part of the ocean. Perhaps, you decide not to…

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Tags: reference

officialjeffgoldblum:

sgt-skippy:

officialjeffgoldblum:

I still laugh about the amount of people this post has angered

So you hate America?

oh honey

officialjeffgoldblum:

sgt-skippy:

officialjeffgoldblum:

I still laugh about the amount of people this post has angered

So you hate America?

oh honey

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2014 Young Hollywood Awards - Show

(Source: dylannews, via xiaopa25)

awkwardflailing:

Day one of unemployment and I have already started baking. Dark chocolate and cranberry scones #inmyfacehole.

awkwardflailing:

Day one of unemployment and I have already started baking. Dark chocolate and cranberry scones #inmyfacehole.

snaxattacks:

jaseon:

Beautiful.

It’s finally acceptable to ship cities.

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uwaaaah:

So, a little story.
At the company where I’m doing my internship, I’ve taken to drawing superheroes every day on the whiteboard of my cubicle. My co-intern, who sits right across from me, thought it was a fun idea, but never seemed to particularly care about the characters themselves.
Until I drew Kamala Khan, the new Ms. Marvel. Suddenly she started asking me all about who she was, what her powers were, what her story was… I told her I’d bring in some comics about her so she could check it out. This photo is of her reading Ms. Marvel #4 (the only issue I had on me at the time), which she told me was the very first comic book she’d ever held in her hands before. And she really enjoyed it!
She asked me about other heroes, so I told her about Miles Morales/Spider-Man and she sounded really interested in him too. She explicitly told me, “I really like seeing a lot of more diverse, ethnic characters.”
In the weeks since, she’s asked me for more heroes and more comics. I’ve given her all the Ms. Marvel and Ultimate Spider-Man and Blue Beetle comics I could gather, and now she’s always asking me for more details on the characters I draw every morning. Sometimes I turn around and see her googling superheroes at her desk to read more about them.
Let me remind you: this is someone who had zero interest in superheroes, and zero desire to learn more about them—and now she is eagerly reading and seeking out new material. All because of characters like Kamala Khan and Miles Morales.
I’ve got about five weeks left of work here. Let’s see how many more comics I can get her interested in during that time!

uwaaaah:

So, a little story.

At the company where I’m doing my internship, I’ve taken to drawing superheroes every day on the whiteboard of my cubicle. My co-intern, who sits right across from me, thought it was a fun idea, but never seemed to particularly care about the characters themselves.

Until I drew Kamala Khan, the new Ms. Marvel. Suddenly she started asking me all about who she was, what her powers were, what her story was… I told her I’d bring in some comics about her so she could check it out. This photo is of her reading Ms. Marvel #4 (the only issue I had on me at the time), which she told me was the very first comic book she’d ever held in her hands before. And she really enjoyed it!

She asked me about other heroes, so I told her about Miles Morales/Spider-Man and she sounded really interested in him too. She explicitly told me, “I really like seeing a lot of more diverse, ethnic characters.”

In the weeks since, she’s asked me for more heroes and more comics. I’ve given her all the Ms. Marvel and Ultimate Spider-Man and Blue Beetle comics I could gather, and now she’s always asking me for more details on the characters I draw every morning. Sometimes I turn around and see her googling superheroes at her desk to read more about them.

Let me remind you: this is someone who had zero interest in superheroes, and zero desire to learn more about them—and now she is eagerly reading and seeking out new material. All because of characters like Kamala Khan and Miles Morales.

I’ve got about five weeks left of work here. Let’s see how many more comics I can get her interested in during that time!

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クリスマスのデート (Christmas Date)
Hikaru: ichinosehikaru
Akira: Soyajam
photography: connie鬼
staff: 仙太郎

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anthonyholden:

Happy Father’s Day!

In many ways this is the best day of the year for me. My life has been made so much richer because of my dear wife an children, so today I would like to celebrate them.

My family writes the best comics dialogue. When I have time, I like to animate the comics, but sometimes there’s just too much funny stuff happening everyday so it’s quicker to capture it this way. I hope that years from now my kids will look back on this time in their lives and have a good laugh.

If you’re on the fence about getting married or having kids, I can’t recommend it highly enough. There’s nothing else in the world that compares.

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I love her soo much. Can we just have a Ladies of Teen Wolf spinoff? Please?

(Source: terehsa, via swingsetindecember)

Tags: teen wolf

ericscissorhands:

"Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."

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Hi Muscles

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Tags: free! ref

Does anyone else play that sort of sad fandom Old Spice commercial game where you go:

hatteress:

racethewind10:

saunteringvaguelydownwards:

“Hello fan, look at your show, now back to that fic, now back at your show, now back to that fic. Sadly, that fic isn’t your show, but if it stopped using misogyny, racism, and homophobia, your show could be awesome like that fic.

Look down, back up, where are you? You’re on Tumblr with a manip that your show could look like.

What’s on your screen? Back at your show. AO3 has it, it’s a fully-completed, 50-chapter, in-character fic of that pairing you love. Look again, that fic is now an AU set in your favorite genre.

Anything is possible when you get your entertainment from fandom and not the show.

I’m on a blog.”

This might be the most perfect post on tumblr

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