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Lady Gaga dancing in a hot dog custume.

HAHAHAHAHAH

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My friend asked me to walk down the stairs while he filmed me and it was the best decision I made all month.

I think this is my new reaction image for the times I need to emphasize my use of “No fucks left to give” or “Screw you guys, I’m going home.” Such majesty

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mmmellld:

purpleweeble:

HE LOOKS LIKE HE JUST FELL OFF

LIKE HES NOT EVEN TRYING TO FLY

JUST

OOPS

I FELL

one time when my mind wasn’t in the best of places I saw a bird jump off the roof of a building and felt this momentary pang of panic because I must have forgotten that THE FUCKERS CAN FLY

I guess even pigeons can have their own, “GOODBYE CRUEL WORLD” moments. Fascinating.

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LET THE GREAT PURGE BEGIN!!!

Working on my night cheese… errr on hardcore spring cleaning spring cleaning. I am cleaning out a lot of my coveted items for reasons I’ll explain later. For now these things will be listed in my Storenvy shop.

Tonight I listed a bunch of my trading cards from the Tales series (Tales of the Abyss and Tales of Xillia). Tomorrow, who knows what I will find. If you know Tales fans, please send them my way.

Those interested in sweeping up some rare collectibles and mostly-cosplay-relevant stuff, feel free to check out my storenvy shop: HOW IONIC
[Clicking on my HOW IONIC banner image will also direct you to the shop]

Quick Links within my shop:
Everything Tales
Cosplays
Wigs
Beauty Items
Figures
Manga
Doujinshi
Art + Prints
Phone Charms

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devilsbitchandaliar:

poyzn:

Those eyes.

Crying

That last pic. It’s like, “See ya in hell, kiddies!!!!!! AHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHAH”. Nope.

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#My father will hear about this

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archatlas:

Beyond Order Jan Töve Johannson

Sometimes, only being able to share ten images on a photoset, makes for impossible choices. This is one of those cases. The work of Jan Töve Johannson is incredibly beautiful, I encourage all of you to check out his website.

Photos like these remind me that the world isn’t always such a horrible place: that there is some goodness and beauty out there, even if we can’t see it ourselves. Source: archatlas
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  • Question: OMG your ombré dye is so seamless! How did you get it like that? Everytime I try it I get those nasty lines in the die and it ends up looking more like stripes :( - Anonymous
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    blackbanshee:

    thank you so much! yah i really wanted the ombre effect to be as smooth as possible. its a long process but heres what i did

    • i made a regular batch of RIT dye
    • get a 2 empty pots or bowls and a ladle
    • i put about two scoops from the solid dye batch in one bucket and added some water. this will be your light dye
    • the second bucket i put about 4 scoops from the solid dye batch and added some water. this will be your medium dye
    • use a test strip if your fabric and dry off. this is important because it will let you know how much of a gradient you will get. if the color is too dark add more water. if a color is too light add more liquid from the solid dye bowl.
    • once you do that DO NOT WET YOUR FABRIC BEFORE YOU DYE. i know it says so on the package BUT if the fabric is dry it will give the dye a chance to creep up the fabric and it’ll look a lore more seamless
    • start with the most watered down dye and just bob the fabric up and down for about 15 minutes.
    • repeat this process for the medium and the solid dyes
    • when you are finished with all 3 layers do not dump out your dye.
    • rinse your fabric till the water runs clear.
    • depending on where this fabric is you have the option of washing it in a washer machine like what the packet will say. if you choose to do this keep in mind that some of the color will wash out so you may have to repeat the dying process to keep the vibrancy of the color.
    • once youve rinsed or machine washed your fabric put it in the dryer
    • once your piece is 100% dry you will be able to tell what the colors really looks like and decide if you need to dye your fabric once more. 

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    hope this helps you out!

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crestedbooka:

nargacutie:

bird-fix:

soo cute!

a vicious predatory dinosaur savagely attacks its natural prey, even pausing to taunt it with what could only be described as “busting a fresh groove” before going in for the kill

bone chilling

Oh my god I have missed this video and looking for it yielded no results, bless this day

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