i’m gonna create an anime and the first episode is gonna zoom in on the person with bright blue hair sitting by the classroom window, then pan over to the kid with plain hair, the main character
and then there’s a running joke the entire show about how no one knows why the hell that guy over there has such weird hair
an artist is stranded on a desert island alone and decides to pass the time by drawing. less that a minute after they take out a sketchbook, one lone person washes up on the island and desperately says “oh my god you can draw can you draw me”
The artist now has food
People will stop showing you pictures of their kids if you whisper “oh fuck yea” under your breath when you look at their photos.
May the future hold lots of warm cuddles and colorful dreams for you!
MY FACE IS MELTING WITH SWEETNESS!
Thankyou Momo! This is a very sweet bday pic!
*HUGS YOUR FACE* ♥♥♥
Women wear heels now so we don’t have to step in the blood of our enemies
AIR FORCE HUA
A cute pic of me in 100 years
i got really happy about this and then i was like “this dog is probably dead” and now i am crying
College in two sentences or less.
I love how it’s not something like “wear something smart”. It’s just like “wear something”.
fake!married is the best trope and i never tire of it no matter how many are written and how badly they end up being. undercover!married is even better. “we have to lull our adversary into complacency by being as MARRIED AS POSSIBLE.”
‘Effect’ is a noun. ‘Look at the effect he’s had on you.’
‘Affect’ is a verb. ‘I think he’s starting to affect you.’
I HAVE NEEDED THIS FOR SO LONG GOD BLESS YOU
A ffect is an A ction.
E ffect is an E nd result.
BUT AFFECT CAN ALSO BE A NOUN LIKE A PERSONS AFFECT
And effect can also be a verb like to effect (bring about) change
he looked old for 14
“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
― Pablo Picasso
Kinetic Sculpture Replicates a Bird Flapping Its Wings Using Popsicle Sticks by Joyce Lin
Design student Joyce Lin replicated a bird flapping its wings using simple machines and materials. The kinetic sculpture is entitled Study in Bird Motion and is made with popsicle sticks and mylar that resembles feathers. It’s activated by a hand crank, which sets the entire thing in motion and mesmerizes you as its movements resemble a bird gracefully taking flight.