Hi, new follows! Welcome! Feel free to introduce yourself via ask — same goes to all my current followers (at least the ones I don’t know outside tumblr.) I’d love to know why you guys are here. o.O

faisdm:

I quite often see people making incredibly elaborate fanworks and think, “why isn’t this an original story/game/comic?”

There’s nothing inherently wrong with making fanworks (though it is technically illegal, most creators and companies turn a blind eye or even encourage it, to the…

mrsdwightkschrute:

realest shit ever.

(Source: peetahales, via thetomboywithheadphones)

percychekov:

marcovicci:

whats up w/ grown men who look at all the evils of the modern world and go “the real enemy is teenage girls, with their duckface and their smartphones and their selfies and their boy bands. they are destroying culture”

whats up w/ grown men saying this so much that even teenage girls agree

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aimlessme:

amoying:

archaeology:

Ancient Puppy Paw Prints Found on Roman Tiles

i got really happy about this and then i was like “this dog is probably dead” and now i am crying

Probably dead

aimlessme:

amoying:

archaeology:

Ancient Puppy Paw Prints Found on Roman Tiles

i got really happy about this and then i was like “this dog is probably dead” and now i am crying

Probably dead

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brucebannrs:

in·ti·ma·cy (noun)  

1. close or warm friendship or understanding; personal relationship 2. a close association with or detailed knowledge or deep understanding of a place, subject, period of history, etc.

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egobus:

Brave is a very emotional movie for Clint  

egobus:

Brave is a very emotional movie for Clint  

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octoberland:

moxiroxii:

octoberland:

Easter is named for the goddess Eostre, not Ishtar. And Easter comes from the pagan holiday Ostara which is celebrated on or around the Spring equinox.

You’re wrong. Google it, it’s all over google. Ishtar IS Easter. It IS a pagan holiday until some guy christianized it. Look all around you, on the tv and everywhere else. What do the commercials show? People having sex and procreating babies which is exactly what the Goddess Ishtar represented. Fertility, sex, making babies. Just to give you an example a commercial shows a jar of peanut butter making out with a chocolate bunny. BOOM! They have SEX, and have a baby. Which is the peanut butter chocolate bunny.

I am not wrong. This is my freaking religion. How about you try Google? Here, I’ll help:
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03/29/happy-easter-which-is-not-named-after-ishtar-okay.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishtar
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2014/04/easter-myths/
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2013/03/eostre-easter-ostara-eggs-and-bunnies/
http://bellejar.ca/2013/03/28/easter-is-not-named-after-ishtar-and-other-truths-i-have-to-tell-you/
"Easter: ‘Easter’ is derived from ‘Eostre,’ the pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess, and/or ‘Eostare,’ the Norse pagan festival of spring."
http://www.observer.org.sz/features/61044-the-origins-of-easter-celebration.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%92ostre
http://www.manygods.org.uk/articles/essays/Eostre.shtml
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/easter/qt/EostreHare.htm
http://www.care2.com/causes/how-the-christians-stole-easter.html
If you want to get really technical you can argue that Ishtar is an Easter goddess in the sense that she is a fertility symbol but so are a lot of other goddesses. It does not change the basic fact that Easter comes from Eostre.

octoberland:

moxiroxii:

octoberland:

Easter is named for the goddess Eostre, not Ishtar. And Easter comes from the pagan holiday Ostara which is celebrated on or around the Spring equinox.

You’re wrong. Google it, it’s all over google. Ishtar IS Easter. It IS a pagan holiday until some guy christianized it. Look all around you, on the tv and everywhere else. What do the commercials show? People having sex and procreating babies which is exactly what the Goddess Ishtar represented. Fertility, sex, making babies. Just to give you an example a commercial shows a jar of peanut butter making out with a chocolate bunny. BOOM! They have SEX, and have a baby. Which is the peanut butter chocolate bunny.

I am not wrong. This is my freaking religion. How about you try Google? Here, I’ll help:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03/29/happy-easter-which-is-not-named-after-ishtar-okay.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishtar

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2014/04/easter-myths/

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2013/03/eostre-easter-ostara-eggs-and-bunnies/

http://bellejar.ca/2013/03/28/easter-is-not-named-after-ishtar-and-other-truths-i-have-to-tell-you/

"Easter: ‘Easter’ is derived from ‘Eostre,’ the pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess, and/or ‘Eostare,’ the Norse pagan festival of spring."

http://www.observer.org.sz/features/61044-the-origins-of-easter-celebration.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%92ostre

http://www.manygods.org.uk/articles/essays/Eostre.shtml

http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/easter/qt/EostreHare.htm

http://www.care2.com/causes/how-the-christians-stole-easter.html

If you want to get really technical you can argue that Ishtar is an Easter goddess in the sense that she is a fertility symbol but so are a lot of other goddesses. It does not change the basic fact that Easter comes from Eostre.

ommfghiddleston:

George of the Jungle

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