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10th September 2014

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my dash knows what’s up


my dash knows what’s up

10th September 2014

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To burn with desire and keep quiet about it is the greatest punishment we can bring on ourselves.
— Federico Garcia Lorca (via thedefloweringofagatha)

10th September 2014

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Everyone is always asking me what’s wrong… but I don’t even think it makes any sense, it’s just… my heart hurts.

10th September 2014

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Do you know how it feels to be so unwanted by the one person you would give anything in the world for?
— K.L (via aztecianlipstick)

9th September 2014

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do you remember that time tom wouldn’t shut up about boners because i do

3rd September 2014

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Anonymous said: What differences would someone with advanced/faster healing have over humans/human-paced healing?



  • Less likely to bleed out/die/etc.
  • Less risk of infection


  • The wound might heal so fast that pieces of what caused the wound or fabric from bandages can get caught under the skin and fester (leading to infection)
  • The healing process might initially scar more heavily than the wound would have on a normal basis
  • Could potentially have a lower tolerance for shock because they heal so fast. Their pain threshold could be lower than a human’s. Shock can kill you, so this other race might not deal with sudden and traumatic injuries as well.

3rd September 2014

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ZodiacChic Post:Scorpio


ZodiacChic Post:Scorpio

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29th August 2014

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Research Tools →


Hi. Um, I have a question. Do you have anything ultra-uber-specific on how to search? Like how to use Google? How do I search for information about Google? (Sorry, but after reading some of the asks, I couldn’t resist.)

I love your blog. Thank you for…

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29th August 2014

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this website SAVED MY BRAIN when i was a stressed out college student who couldn’t stop flipping out long enough to prioritize. quite a few of you are still suffering through college so i hope this helps you too!! c:

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25th August 2014

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August Advice - Your Characters Don't Have To Be Likeable →


Likeability is the bane of all character creation. It’s a recipe for bland characters, boring conflict and normative stories. Yet you’ll keep hearing how characters aren’t likeable enough. Actually, no. Usually, you’ll hear how your female characters aren’t likeable…

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25th August 2014

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Anxiety & Helping Someone Cope. 
I didn’t want to make it overwhelming or too long remember, so I kept it to the main points that benefit me greatly when I’m experiencing an attack.
40 million of Americans alone suffer with anxiety; it’s a horrid feeling when you know someone just wants to help you but you cannot even construct a simple sentence at the time, so please share this in hope that it benefits even just 1 person. Muchos love. 

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25th August 2014

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Introducing Skin Color Naturally →


Anonymous asked: My main character is African American. Can I just say outright that her skin is black or would that be offensive?

It’s not offensive to be blunt about a character’s race. You’ll want to work it in naturally, though, as you would any telling detail in…

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25th August 2014

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The nazi-party called “The Swedish Party” was in Malmö, Sweden today (and had a permit from the police, WTF). About 2000 people were there to peacefully let them know that they are not welcome here.

Singing and shouting, the demonstrators were loud, but as peaceful you can be when there are nazis invading our city.

The police respond by running an unarmed, non-threatening person over with a bus.

The police respond by riding over people who did nothing but try to let the nazis know that they are not welcome here. 10-15 cops on horses riding over people, continuously, over and over again.

A nazi tried to pull of a woman’s hijab, hit her, the cops saw but did nothing.

People are lying bloody on the streets, when people come over to help, the cops tell them no.

The cops have blood on their hands, and they are now, after giving the nazis a ride away from there, standing outside the emergency room to “protect people from violent activists”.

To everyone thinking Sweden is an equal country: no, it’s not. Nazis get free rides from the police after they propagate their disgusting message, and innocent people who just wants equality are being run over by the cops.

This is not the first time this happens. In the 20s, Swedish military opened fire into a group of unarmed demonstrators.

Last year, a similar thing to what happened today happened in Stockholm.

This year, at similar demonstrations, cops have been running people over, beating them with batons and arresting people for no good reason.

This spring, on international women’s day, happy demonstrators move from a peaceful and happy demonstration to a party, and on the way, several of them are stabbed by nazis. The police and media call this a “fight between different activists”, while nazis were carrying knives, and feminists were stabbed in the back and beaten up so badly that one of them had to stay in the hospital for months.

Sweden is not equal. Europe is not equal. The US isn’t equal. It isn’t peaceful. It isn’t democratic. They are taking democracy away from us. We can’t let them.

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