Calliope: Dehorn
You remove the last accessory to your prized COSPLAY ENSEMBLE, and put it neatly with the rest of the stuff. The place is messy enough already without tossing horns about carelessly. You have many fond memories of solo-cosplay in your room. It's a lot of fun and alarmingly comfortable to just lounge around your room in-character. You really hope you'll get the chance to put it on again after your nap... Well, maybe not the face paint. You don't wear that so much anymore. He gets especially furious when you do.
Posted at 12:23am on August 28th - 1 NOTES
#ask the divine  #asks  #anon  #anonymous  #about the angel  #Anonymous 

Anonymous Pestered: 1-20

1. Had sex? 

no


2. Bought condoms? 

no


3. Gotten pregnant? 

no


4. Failed a class? 

no


5. Kissed a boy? 

no


6. Kissed a girl? 

yeah


7. Used a little paper bag for lunch? 
yeah

8. Had a job? 
no

9. Slipped on ice? 
no ice to slip on in florida, although i did fall a bunch while skiing on vacation in like 5th grade

10. Missed the school bus? 
a bunch of times actually

11. Left the house without my wallet? 
i do this a lot but mostly bc theres no money in it

12. Bullied someone on the internet? 
no

13. Sexted? 
no

14. Had sex in public? 
no

15. Played on a sports team? 
are u kidding

16. Smoked weed? 
no

17. Smoked cigarettes? 
no

18. Smoked a cigar? 
no

19. Drank alcohol? 
ive sipped it from like parents being all smug and “ya wanna try it yu wont like it” thing but never really like drank it

20. Watched “The Breakfast Club”?

not the entire thing in one sitting but yeah

Posted at 12:08am on August 28th - 153506 NOTES

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

Posted at 12:07am on August 28th - 63091 NOTES

my-dads-the-king-of-hell:

my-dads-the-king-of-hell:

so apparently an arm can sell on the black market for $885, ($500 for the shoulder plus $385 for the hand an forearm) 

and a leg can sell for $500 (at least thats the lowest price of an albino leg so im guessing here) 

So when someone says “That’ll cost an arm ad a leg” they are roughly asking for $1,335

which is less than i would have guessed. 

i didn’t spend this much time researching the cost of limbs on the black market for one note

Posted at 12:07am on August 28th - 2429 NOTES

vanconcastiel:

carli-noel:

vanconcastiel:

I can’t believe it’s been a whole year since I stared down Misha.

Thank you tumblr for the best followers a guy could ask for!

You were that guy….

I still am that guy!

Posted at 12:05am on August 28th - 771897 NOTES

effyeffa:

drowninginyoursmile:

heyfunniest:

Russell Brand telling Westboro Baptist what’s up.

I will reblog this until my fingers bleed.

you don’t understand how much i love russel brand

(Source: grootoftheloom)

Posted at 12:05am on August 28th - 6273 NOTES

retrogradeworks:

dollsahoy:

therobotmonster:

dollsahoy:

nowyoukno:

rasputinstuff:

nowyoukno:

montodebon:

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

The key word here is “radioactive”
Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you
Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you
Also… Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you.
This has been a PSA

The key word here is actually “concept”
This has been a wake up call

If you checked the source for information you’d know the radiation it gives off is incredibly weak. It can be stopped with a single sheet of aluminum foil. So unless the engine’s in the passenger seat, you’ll be fine.

^

Allow me to add a new keyword: Debunked. (tl; dr—That’s a Cadillac art project up there, and it has nothing to do with any bogus laser thorium stuff.)

Thorium is a potentially viable nuclear fuel, but not for cars. At least not directly. However, I’m going to address the “Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you” post, since the laser-thorium power cell has been debunked in the above link.
You’re always surrounded by radiation. At all times. It exists naturally in the environment and you yourself are full of natural radioactive compounds. That’s how radioactive carbon dating of deceased organisms works.
When we talk about elements being radioactive, what we’re saying is that the elements are not stable and they will expel subatomic particles (and energy) as they break down into more stable forms. 
Radiation does damage when the particles shoot through a living being’s cells, like subatomic cannonballs, knocking other particles out of place and generally causing damage. Like all matter, living cells are mostly empty space, so depending on the wavelength, radiation can penetrate through the body to cause damage when it does eventually intersect a particle. If a radioactive particle damages part of a DNA molecule this can (but not always will) cause cancer. 
Cancer, likewise, is not magical or mysterious. If any part of a cell is damaged it only affects that one cell, and this is negligible in a large organism. Unless that damage is to the self-replication regulation processes, in which case you get cancer. Radiation sickness is caused when radiation destroys enough cells outright to be dangerous to the organism
Now, here’s why could drive around with a chunk of thorium and be fine, even though it won’t run your car.
Thorium has a very long half-life (4.05 billion years). “But wait!” I hear you say, "doesn’t that mean it will be radioactive for a very long time!?" Yes, but it also means it emits particles very slowly, so there’s fewer cannonballs whizzing around per second of exposure. An isotope with a short half-life pumps out more particles in the same amount of time. So while a shorter half-life isotope will be rendered safe faster, it is more dangerous before that point.
Also, Thorium emits alpha particles. An alpha particle is basically the nucleus of a helium atom (no electrons). Alpha particles have very weak penetration. A few centimeters of air will stop them and they generally can’t penetrate the layer of dead skin we all have on our bodies. 
Because of these two factors, Thorium can be handled safely so long as it isn’t aerisolized or dissolved and then inhaled or consumed. Which is a good thing, since thorium is abundant in the natural environment. If the thorium-laser engine could work, the engine compartment would provide more than adequate shielding, and even if a car accident were to completely dislodge a chunk of the thorium fuel it could be rendered harmless by wrapping it in aluminum foil.

Yep.   Radiation can be dangerous*, but it also can often be easily thwarted.  I got to tour a cyclotron in the 1990s once (it was idled for annual maintenance) and remember one of the areas for shooting focused radiation into tumors, and all the techs had to do to completely escape the radiation was go through a concrete block passage with two turns—not even a door, because the radiation only traveled in a straight line.
*I don’t know much about radiation, but I do know it’s everywhere, all the time, as stated above ,often doing no harm.  And it’s ionizing radiation that makes people think OH NO DANGEROUS RADIATION, but, y’know, non-ionizing radiation, like from the sun, can mess you up, too. 

This is almost as ignorant as people who are always ranting about *~chemicals~*.

retrogradeworks:

dollsahoy:

therobotmonster:

dollsahoy:

nowyoukno:

rasputinstuff:

nowyoukno:

montodebon:

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

The key word here is “radioactive”

Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you

Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you

Also… Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you.

This has been a PSA

The key word here is actually “concept”

This has been a wake up call

If you checked the source for information you’d know the radiation it gives off is incredibly weak. It can be stopped with a single sheet of aluminum foil. So unless the engine’s in the passenger seat, you’ll be fine.

^

Allow me to add a new keyword: Debunked. (tl; dr—That’s a Cadillac art project up there, and it has nothing to do with any bogus laser thorium stuff.)

Thorium is a potentially viable nuclear fuel, but not for cars. At least not directly. However, I’m going to address the “Do not drive with radiation a few feet in front of you” post, since the laser-thorium power cell has been debunked in the above link.

You’re always surrounded by radiation. At all times. It exists naturally in the environment and you yourself are full of natural radioactive compounds. That’s how radioactive carbon dating of deceased organisms works.

When we talk about elements being radioactive, what we’re saying is that the elements are not stable and they will expel subatomic particles (and energy) as they break down into more stable forms. 

Radiation does damage when the particles shoot through a living being’s cells, like subatomic cannonballs, knocking other particles out of place and generally causing damage. Like all matter, living cells are mostly empty space, so depending on the wavelength, radiation can penetrate through the body to cause damage when it does eventually intersect a particle. If a radioactive particle damages part of a DNA molecule this can (but not always will) cause cancer. 

Cancer, likewise, is not magical or mysterious. If any part of a cell is damaged it only affects that one cell, and this is negligible in a large organism. Unless that damage is to the self-replication regulation processes, in which case you get cancer. Radiation sickness is caused when radiation destroys enough cells outright to be dangerous to the organism

Now, here’s why could drive around with a chunk of thorium and be fine, even though it won’t run your car.

Thorium has a very long half-life (4.05 billion years). “But wait!” I hear you say, "doesn’t that mean it will be radioactive for a very long time!?" Yes, but it also means it emits particles very slowly, so there’s fewer cannonballs whizzing around per second of exposure. An isotope with a short half-life pumps out more particles in the same amount of time. So while a shorter half-life isotope will be rendered safe faster, it is more dangerous before that point.

Also, Thorium emits alpha particles. An alpha particle is basically the nucleus of a helium atom (no electrons). Alpha particles have very weak penetration. A few centimeters of air will stop them and they generally can’t penetrate the layer of dead skin we all have on our bodies. 

Because of these two factors, Thorium can be handled safely so long as it isn’t aerisolized or dissolved and then inhaled or consumed. Which is a good thing, since thorium is abundant in the natural environment. If the thorium-laser engine could work, the engine compartment would provide more than adequate shielding, and even if a car accident were to completely dislodge a chunk of the thorium fuel it could be rendered harmless by wrapping it in aluminum foil.

Yep.   Radiation can be dangerous*, but it also can often be easily thwarted.  I got to tour a cyclotron in the 1990s once (it was idled for annual maintenance) and remember one of the areas for shooting focused radiation into tumors, and all the techs had to do to completely escape the radiation was go through a concrete block passage with two turns—not even a door, because the radiation only traveled in a straight line.

*I don’t know much about radiation, but I do know it’s everywhere, all the time, as stated above ,often doing no harm.  And it’s ionizing radiation that makes people think OH NO DANGEROUS RADIATION, but, y’know, non-ionizing radiation, like from the sun, can mess you up, too. 

This is almost as ignorant as people who are always ranting about *~chemicals~*.

Posted at 11:58pm on August 27th - 37552 NOTES

toastydoodles:

How to fix all problems in Five Nights at Freddy’s. Either that or, y’know, quitting after the first night!

(No, Pirate Cove guy, you don’t get anything. >:C)

Posted at 11:58pm on August 27th - 89455 NOTES

itsdrickibytch:

stability:

Those are some hot buns

My Anaconda Don’t

itsdrickibytch:

stability:

Those are some hot buns

My Anaconda Don’t

Posted at 11:58pm on August 27th - 102944 NOTES

flaxbro:

reallylameblog:

the-uncensored-she:

the-goddamazon:

Yo Nicki is legit fed up with people talking about her ass, though. Look at her face yo. She is genuinely INSULTED and not having it.

Like this is a woman who just likes what she does and all anyone can ever focus on is her fucking ass and the fact she got ass shots or whatever. She’s not stupid. Give it a fucking rest.

James Franco is a piece of shit. Because the only “value” or “talent” a Black woman could ever possess is her body or her ass, am I right? Fuck Franco and people who spout the same shit.

ok yeah James Franco is shit and nicki is fantastic but….aren’t they acting…like correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t this scripted for a movie ……

yeah this is literally a promo for a movie in which james franco plays an idiot journalist and it is 100% scripted damn it none of you social justice bloggers do any research whatsoever 

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Posted at 11:51pm on August 27th - 201916 NOTES

chariczard:

alittleworldofimagination:

Ok but this is one of my favorite Disney endings because they decided to be happy together as frogs rather than try and find a way to be human and by finding that happiness they got to be humans again like that is rad as hell thank you Disney

Uh excuse you, that is the plot of Shrek

(Source: subtubitles)

Posted at 11:50pm on August 27th - 22649 NOTES

mayor-doctor-of-tardis:

These are amazing [1234]

Posted at 6:48pm on August 27th - 11079 NOTES

(Source: steven-stoned)

Posted at 6:48pm on August 27th - 177 NOTES

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madohomos:

Imagine Madoka getting into a corn costume it is so tight and she is so happy she crawls in the oven and turns it on The corn begins to pop Madoka is becoming popcorn the corn keeps popping and madoka is laughing because it tickles “Youre going to burn yourself sitting in that hot…

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