itsnotflirting:

man more people need to join the fucking bedroom fandom

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i mean look at this shit. 

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it’s bunk beds and a little desk. 

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a motherfucking aquarium!

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shit it’s like noah’s ark in the fucking ceiling

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look how modern this shit is

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it’s like three rooms in one

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you could get a boat and sing fucking phantom of the opera and then just climb in bed.

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I will man this damn fandom by myself if I have too

(Source: itsnotflirting, via disappointingsince1997)

holysimba:

Hairdresser: do you like it?
Me: yes thank you

*goes home and cries*

(via thehorwi)

flums:

If u think someone (me) is cute you should tell them (me)

(Source: uqqu, via crazysavvycat)

gnarly:

reasons to date me:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5: please lol

(via twatwagon)

"but this could have been about lesbians"

me, right now, and about most things which aren’t about lesbians (via wolfbadtreepretty)

(via lady-faelan)

protarchaeopteryx:

Stop using “asexuals are only 1% of the population” as an excuse to dismiss them or try to invalidate people because you know how many people are on this fucking planet? Over seven billion people.

So you know how much “1% of the population” is?? Over seventy million people.

That’s double the size of the entire population of Canada. The entire population of Canada could be asexual.

(via hawkwardness)

tiny-claydragon:

A little experiment with resin. They will be made into magnets.

The fish are made from polymer clay and the “water” is resin. The octopuses glow in the dark.

(via wolven-maid)

Anonymous Asked:
What do you do against someone wearing chainmail over their whole body, with padding underneath?

howtofightwrite:

Club them. The padding will take some of that force from the blow, but the chain won’t do anything against blunt force trauma. Strictly speaking, maces, warhammers, flails, and anything vaguely club like. In a modern setting, a sledgehammer wouldn’t be a bad solution.

Beyond that, axes might not break the chain, but they will deliver considerable kinetic force, and should be able to break bones. Some polearms, including spears, are also a real option. Again, the chain should keep it from puncturing the victim, but it should still deliver enough force to do unfortunate things to their bones. Also, with both the axe, and polearms, there’s a distinct possibility the blow will damage the armor, and the weapon.

-Starke