zlipstick:

This is the best photo of me ever taken.
Nutty it's the Balrog of Morgoth. Balrogs (Valaraukar) were angelic fire beings corrupted by the Valar Melkor before the awakening of the elves in the first age!

o oh sorry

suddenly all of the girls who fangirled over orlando bloom in high school crawl out of the earth like a balrog of morgoth

i thought they only have one dlc item per month! 8o
Anonymous

So did I!!! I checked it for kicks because I was there organizing my mail and then i was like WHOA NICE

yo guys i just scored a Leo Sculpture from DLC and it looks RAD AS HELL you all should go grab it!

kismesister:

borrowing nintendonut1's fairy au, and a doodle of my favorite girls from clique refresh

SO APPARENTLY ORLANDO BLOOM TRIED TO PUNCH BEIBER AND NO ONE TOLD ME IVE NEVER FELT MORE BETRAYED BY EVERY SINGLE PERSON I KNOW IN MY ENTIRE LIFE

do we even tag the blooper stuff as aquabats spoilers i mean you can literally watch them right now

magic-robot:

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heard you guys like bad gifs (x)

kingcheddarxvii:

It’s strange how people will sling “don’t put yourself down, you’re a better artist than I am so how do you think that makes ME feel” at “better” artists as if being skilled at your craft is some kind of social privilege that revokes your right to complain or, I don’t know, have feelings

Being good at what you do is not a social privilege. I’m not saying that social privileges don’t tie into the world of art and how people can progress as artists because it certainly does. Having access to resources that help you improve is a privilege. Having access to employment opportunities is a privilege. Having visibility within your artistic community is a privilege. I get that. But being skilled at anything comes from hard work and self-improvement. It is not a privilege in and of itself and you cannot use someone else’s skill as an excuse to guilt or manipulate them into behaving in a way that makes you feel less insecure

This may sound strange coming from me because I’m very supportive of artists having positive attitudes and not putting themselves down. But it’s going to happen, and others are going to respond the wrong way. So basically if you see someone putting themselves down, as artists always will, don’t tell them to get over it because you for some reason “have it worse.” Because you and only you can fix that problem yourself

Also, 1) it’s childish and 2) nobody cares

aussied:

Have some pics of me as Fairy!Bones that we took while messing around before our “Not at SDCC” photoshoot! It was super windy when we took these and the wings were flopping around like crazy. Not a good day for flying!

kismesister:

im really funny tho

kismesister:

im really funny tho

that-mecha-guy:

thelefthandedwife:

peechingtonmariejust:

420-bit:

Fucking quality post right here

I swear to God this shit made me fucking cry I laughed so hard LMAOOOOO

face-down-asgard-up
to the skeleton courtesy phone please

Idk why I find this funny……..BUT I DO!

it’s funny bc it’s accurate tho