Pardon me, your epidermis is showing

Various fandoms, Christianity, and political reblogs. More info under "about."

Apr 15

harryedward:

“who could scroll past this” me

(via dancewithmelampy)


chechula:

Tom Bombadil and Goldberry…
when i´m sad i´m drawing some smiling hobbits…or Tom Bombadil :3

(via leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas)


as-warm-as-choco:

SOUL EATER illustration by Atsushi Ohkubo

as-warm-as-choco:

SOUL EATER illustration by Atsushi Ohkubo

(via holyastronauts)


Anonymous asked: What do you think about S.P.E.W?

conservativewoman:

I think that the Elf community should have the option to serve for pay or not. Some in the Elf community, like Winky, embrace the culture from which they come and serve because it’s apart of their tradition. They believe serving the family their ancestors served brings honor and meaning and purpose to their lives, and they’re happy to do so with a home, hearth, and security as payment.

But then there are those in the community who don’t see eye to eye with that tradition. Dobby, for instance, loves his work and enjoys most people. However, he recognizes that he has the right to be compensated for the work that he does. He wishes to be free from a particular family or household, leaving his options open to upward mobility or better wages.

I support the individual’s choice in this case. As an organization, I think S.P.E.W has well-meaning potential, and it could really give a voice for those elves who wish to go the Dobby route and start making independent, lucrative lives for themselves. Just as long as it doesn’t turn into a cause that would force those in the Winky camp into doing something they do not wish to do. I support S.P.E.W’s endeavors to educate both the wizarding and elfish communities on the movement so all parties can make an educated decision that is right for them. I believe President Granger-Weasley will do a fine job nurturing her movement in the proper way.


detectivesangelstardisandwands:

sheep-boy:

a ravenclaw inventing a spell like “ive enchanted this quill so that one dip in an inkwell and it will be able to draw from that inkwell until its out! no redipping!” and their muggle born friend just

"a…pen.you literally just used magic to make a pen" 

And then the muggleborn gives them a normal pen and they’re just like “how does it workOH MY MERLIN IT CLICKS” and they just spend the whole class clicking their pen

(via naoren)


Thomas Sowell on voting on the basis of ethnicity and gender.

(via thaddeus-maximus)


thedoctors-steampowered-hunter:

superhighschoolleveluguu:

cutbu:

read more comics

#I THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO BE INSPIRATIONAL

IT WAS!!!

(via oranges-and-pears)


redbloodedamerica:

Rand Paul is an advocate for the flat tax.

redbloodedamerica:

Rand Paul is an advocate for the flat tax.

(via dancewithmelampy)



thornwolfart:

skulldog:

raposabranca:

SEND THE LOVE AROUND

A few weeks ago I was feeling pretty down. I was having trouble with a person and I was feeling very underappreciated as an artist, and while I did have my problems, it pissed me a lot. But instead of feeling sorry for myself (for once) I started thinking about other great, awesome artists I followed who could be feeling even shittier and not believing in themselves.

I admire them; each one of them. Each had their own perks that made themselves and what they create special. And I realized that hell, I love being told what people like in my work. Not just “you’re so good”, but “I love the way you draw this and that”. At that moment, I really wished someone would come over and tell me that. How many other artists around weren’t feeling that way, at that moment?

So the messaging started. I never wrote a model message, they were all personal. And the answers were all personal too. People who responded sounded honestly happy someone took time to tell them what they admired in them, and told them never to give up no matter what. The ones who didn’t, well - I know they liked it, because it was from the bottom of my heart.

So after this time debating if I should write this little thing or not, I made it.  I don’t know if there’s anythig similar around, but if it does, take this as a reinforcement. It’s not a campaign, nor a meme, nor will it grant you favours from your favorite artists. Please, don’t do anything if it’s for interest. Instead, look at the artist as another human being who struggles with daily life and yet make such beautiful things you admire so much. Call them by their name, tell them what you like in them. Or draw, paint, write or compose a lil’ something for them. Doesn’t matter. Show appreciation.

Send the love around to those who inspire you.

(sorry for any mistakes, English is not my mother tongue and it’s a bit rusty)

This deserves to be on my main dash, it’s a really good thing. Share some love, you might just make someone’s day and hey, that feels good!

This sums up how I’ve been feeling lately and have reached a similar conclusion but have yet to reach out. I shall!

(via naoren)


Page 1 of 431