yesterday was the kind of day when your mom accidentally steals your lunch.

and then complements your cooking.


Reblog if you dont shave your legs every day.





I just want everyone to see how unrealistic some expectations are.

I don’t think I’ve shaved this year

My shaving habits are erratic at best and are decided on me telling someone to stand 10 feet and tell me if they can see the hair on my legs.

If I’m going to wear a skirt or a swimsuit, I shave them, because dealing with weird looks for being a woman with visibly hairy legs — and I have dark, thick leg hair over very pale skin, so if you can see my legs at all, I guarantee the hair IS visible — is not the hill I choose to die on. Otherwise, nah. Too much bother for no reason.

In practical terms, this means I shave my legs about three times a year. :-)







"your full name without an E,F,R,S,K,I,M,L,C,A,Y,N"

I am the one with no name.


Also no name.


Huh. My legal name would be… D. That’s all, just D. Fandom name would be Zbth U.



So, last night as I ate dinner, (homemade pizza, good crust, a little sour, puffy and cuchy) I took a sip of water and choked on the crust.  A chunk took hours to crawl out from under my sinuses.


What 9/11 Truthers Actually Believe Happened, Courtesy of Liveleak User AcidViking

  • Shadowy government agent #1: "We need more oil. Let's invade Iraq."
  • Shadowy government agent #2: "We need an excuse first."
  • Agent #1: "OK - let's rig the Twin Towers with explosives, making sure none of the thousands of people who work there sees us doing it. Then let's brainwash some Saudis to hijack two planes and fly them into the towers. Then we'll set off the charges and collapse the buildings."
  • Agent #2: "Why bother with making sure the buildings collapse? Plenty of people will die when they fly planes into them. That should get the world on our side."
  • Agent #1: "Because there won't be enough people in on the conspiracy with just a simple kamikaze attack. We want to have hundreds of contractors, suppliers, demolition experts, security guards, fire department personnel, building supervisors, etc, etc to bribe to keep quiet for at least ten years."
  • Agent #2: "Um, OK. Shall we attack another building too?"
  • Agent #1: "Yes. Let's fire a cruise missile at the Pentagon during morning rush hour."
  • Agent #2: "Not in the middle of the night when no one would see it?"
  • Agent #1: "No."
  • Agent #2: "But there'll be lots of witnesses."
  • Agent #1: "Don't worry. We'll pay them all to say it was a Boeing 757. And we'll knock down some lampposts on the highway overpass too, because I've just realised a cruise missile doesn't have the same wingspan as a 757. Oh, and we'll confiscate some CCTV footage to make people think we're hiding something."
  • Agent #2: "But don't we always confiscate CCTV footage when we're investigating something?"
  • Agent #1: "Yes. But this time, for some reason, it'll be suspicious."
  • Agent #2: “But if we fire a cruise missile, that would leave a 757 unaccounted for.”
  • Agent #1: “No problem. We’ll just hijack one ourselves and fly it somewhere like Andrews Air Force Base or Area 51 or something like that, dismantle it, kill all the passengers, burn the luggage and then transport all the wreckage to the Pentagon to scatter around as evidence.”
  • Agent #2: “I see.”
  • Agent #1: “Also, because the towers have a lightweight steel tube framework to allow them to sway in the wind, and the Pentagon is made of reinforced concrete, a lot of LiveLeak users will be confused by the different impact shapes. So they’ll be happy to believe in the cruise missile.”
  • Agent #2: “Um…….”
  • Agent #1: “What’s up?”
  • Agent #2: “Why don’t we just, er, actually fly another plane into the Pentagon? I mean, by that stage people will already have seen two jumbo jets fly into the Twin Towers, so I don’t see the problem with using a third.”
  • Agent #1: “For Christ’s sake, how many times do I have to tell you? We want things as complicated as possible so clever people on the internet can spot the holes in our plans.”
  • Agent #2: “Ah, right….. Sorry. OK, I’ll go get the brainwashing machine and kidnap some Saudis, then we’re good to go.”
  • Note to everyone: I posted this before, and I’m going to post it again every time I see some conspiracy loon’s comment on a 9/11 vid. Hopefully, it might sink in with one of them. That’s all I want - just one to say: “Oh yeah… that’s an alternative view.” But it ain’t going to happen… -AcidViking




tbh i find solarpunk kind of naive and self-congratulatory but at the same time it’s tremendously hopeful and also i’m super weak to art noveau aesthetic, so why not! i’m really interested in if this is going to go anywhere or just be one more quick little n-punk fad. 

this reminds me of the thing I’ve been wondering about for a while: the thing about solarpunk is that it doesn’t seem to be very, well, punk. Now I am the furthest thing from an expert on this, I am just bouncing shit around, but I always thought that cyberpunk/steampunk/whateverpunk required a certain amount of bitterness about the society you were in, a certain amount of scraping by on the scraps and the edges. Illicit scraps of power. Hackers teasing bits of truth from the terrifying datanets of the world. Urchins in waistcoats picking pockets and fleeing through the tunnels under the roaring steam-engines. Wrestling what you can from a world that other people have used up, a world that doesn’t want you. 

And a huge part of solarpunk, or solar’punk’ - and I think a big part of why people are picking it up - is that none of that is there. It’s a world in renewal, a world expanding its bounty out towards the edges, a world where you can sidle in and sit under the vines and breathe, no matter what you’re looking for. And, don’t get me wrong, that is refreshing as shit. Recent dystopian trends have left me hungry for hopeful futures, and apparently I’m not the only one. But it makes me question the punk part. It’s more solarworld, solarfuture, but those aren’t recognizable Things, and it’s easier to convey an idea when you tie it to a Thing.

Like I said, I’m no expert, but I’ve been thinking about how I’d go about adding the punk-ish element back in (and, really, as I said, I like the extant solarpunk; this is about an alternate version in line with the name, not about “”“fixing”“” anything). I’m imagining little treasured hoards of plants on windowsills and fire escapes, people punching holes in tin cans and carrying them around for days to fill them up with little scrapes of fertile dirt, and balancing them on take-out trays for planters. Hiding them from landlords who don’t want plants in their buildings, bringing in bugs - growing them anyway, damn the landlords. Kids spraypainting graffiti made up of swirls and arches and bright soft greens, because all the walls have thirty years of neon spikes on them already. Women and girls who don’t like the way their curvy-chubby bodies look in pinching skintight jeans and high-tech jumpsuits that make it hard to breathe, so they say “screw it” and and sew together loose floaty drape-y things that look kind of strange at first, while they’re still figuring this out, but they don’t crush your stomach into your gut and you can move easily up and down the stairs when the elevator is broken and in the boiling humid heat of summer you can feel the breeze flow by you and swirl up your skirt. Someone reads a magazine article about outrageously rich people throwing “vitamin banquet” dinner parties, and how to throw a similar party on the affordable and reasonable budget of twice what she pays in rent each month, and when she mentions it to her landlord in the hall on Tuesday the landlord jokes about opening up the roof for a Vitamin D party, since that’s free, and then somehow the idea takes off and everyone on the block has rooftop sunshine potlucks on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, or sometimes Mondays or Wednesdays so the people who work the weekend shifts can make it. Everyone’s favorite science project is “make a solar-powered charger” so you can get your teacher to help you build something that’ll charge your phone or your game or whatever; some teachers catch on and make that a science unit, argue with the budget committees and shell out from their own pocket to buy the materials so the kids can do that, hope to God that this’ll convince at least a few of the kids that school is sometimes useful. Some clever entrepreneur selling sunshine tea by the sidewalk in a slow cart, carefully dodging various restrictions because there’s no actual electronic heating involved, just a few big jars and the daylight. People sneaking a little rebirth in around the edges of the world, instead of fighting for the table scraps. Maybe this is what your grandma, your great-grandmother, remembers, if you live in an original-flavor solarpunk future. Maybe this is how that got to be that way.

Oh, thank you, this is lovely.






some people say there’s a red string that connects fated lovers

psa don’t look at the notes bc there are so many people completely missing the point that these are non-romantic strings of fate and making jokes about where the red string “must be” and it’s making me really angry bc we can’t even have a good artistic representation of aromanticism without people desperately grasping for a romantic interpretation somehow

like the artist has specifically requested that people stop making this about their fandoms and romance bc it’s a personal piece about aromanticism

its great i loVE IT??? we need more aromantic… anything rlly and this is really beautiful!

Is it bad the first thing I thought was HOMESTUCK?

Reblogged from SHIT LET'S BE ZOEY


theory: hussie finished the update long ago but the scp foundation designated it a keter class so he cant post it

that sounds about right



this kitten is unbelievable


look at it’s cute little flame face.