September12014

fullcontactmuse:

ohgodwhoseroomsarethese:

somequeershit:

keep-calm-and-disney-on:

Or, “How You Know You Are In An Abusive Relationship 101”

My mom absolutely refused to let me see this movie and once I actually saw it, i saw why

That’s the most chilling possible comment on this post.

Looks like I have to load this up into my queue.

(Source: disneyyandmore, via jumpingjacktrash)

August232014

specialstump:

QR grass patterns for ACNL | credit

Ohhh I like these!

(via mischacrossing)

3PM
vastderp:

branwyn-says:

teland:

badgirlswearchanel:

i don’t know about you, but i grew up seeing mostly white dolls that looked nothing like me. in fact, even the few black dolls i saw looked nothing like me. they had super straight hair, and sometimes blue or green eyes. where was the barbie doll with brown eyes and beautiful curly, kinky hair?
well now, i found a DIY tutorial that allows you to make even the doll with the finest hair, look a little more like you.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
A doll
End papers (sold at beauty supply shops)
Pipe cleaners
Scissors
Boiling water
Note about end papers: If you start with a doll that has long hair and you plan to make a style similar to the style shown in my picture, you won’t need end papers, they’re optional. But if you start with a doll that has shorter hair and don’t plan to cut it any further, end papers will be essential.
1. Cut pipe cleaners into two-inch pieces and bend each one in half. They will look like little “V” shapes.
2. Section off a piece of hair and twist it into a tight spiral. The smaller the sections, the tighter the curls will be.
3. Wrap the spiral in an end paper (optional)

4. Place a pipe cleaner onto the scalp and pull the twisted section into the crook of the pipe cleaner. Be sure to keep the hair spiraled tightly as you zig-zag it.

 

5. When you finish zig-zagging each section, twist the pipe cleaner ends around each other to lock everything into place.


fully wrapped head

6. Once you have all the sections in pipe cleaners, dip the head in boiling water for the count of ten.7. Wait for the head to cool – usually a few hours, but overnight is best. Rinse in cold water and place doll in freezer if you want to speed things up.8. Take the pipe cleaners out.9. If you have length to spare, trim each section to get rid of straight ends or strays.






feel free to leave it like this, or pick it out and make your doll’s fro as big as you desire. i don’t know about you, but i’m definitely going to be doing a few of these for my little cousin, who is currently very insecure about her own beautiful curly hair.

YOU ARE A HERO! Oh, God, I’m crying a little now. I needed this so BADLY when I was a little girl! *reblogs like a reblogging thing*

OH MY GOD

#barbie hacking
whoaaaaa

Wow, that looks really nice. Good job!

vastderp:

branwyn-says:

teland:

badgirlswearchanel:

i don’t know about you, but i grew up seeing mostly white dolls that looked nothing like me. in fact, even the few black dolls i saw looked nothing like me. they had super straight hair, and sometimes blue or green eyes. where was the barbie doll with brown eyes and beautiful curly, kinky hair?

well now, i found a DIY tutorial that allows you to make even the doll with the finest hair, look a little more like you.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • A doll
  • End papers (sold at beauty supply shops)
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Scissors
  • Boiling water


Note about end papers: If you start with a doll that has long hair and you plan to make a style similar to the style shown in my picture, you won’t need end papers, they’re optional. But if you start with a doll that has shorter hair and don’t plan to cut it any further, end papers will be essential.

1. Cut pipe cleaners into two-inch pieces and bend each one in half. They will look like little “V” shapes.

2. Section off a piece of hair and twist it into a tight spiral. The smaller the sections, the tighter the curls will be.

3. Wrap the spiral in an end paper (optional)

image

4. Place a pipe cleaner onto the scalp and pull the twisted section into the crook of the pipe cleaner. Be sure to keep the hair spiraled tightly as you zig-zag it.

 

image

5. When you finish zig-zagging each section, twist the pipe cleaner ends around each other to lock everything into place.

image

fully wrapped head

6. Once you have all the sections in pipe cleaners, dip the head in boiling water for the count of ten.
7. Wait for the head to cool – usually a few hours, but overnight is best. Rinse in cold water and place doll in freezer if you want to speed things up.
8. Take the pipe cleaners out.
9. If you have length to spare, trim each section to get rid of straight ends or strays.

image

image

feel free to leave it like this, or pick it out and make your doll’s fro as big as you desire. i don’t know about you, but i’m definitely going to be doing a few of these for my little cousin, who is currently very insecure about her own beautiful curly hair.

YOU ARE A HERO! Oh, God, I’m crying a little now. I needed this so BADLY when I was a little girl! *reblogs like a reblogging thing*

OH MY GOD

#barbie hacking

whoaaaaa

Wow, that looks really nice. Good job!

(via jumpingjacktrash)

3PM
4gifs:

Residents of Pisa are getting tired of the tourists. [video]

Oh boy, haha. xD

4gifs:

Residents of Pisa are getting tired of the tourists. [video]

Oh boy, haha. xD

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via roachpatrol)

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2PM

spaghattanahdle:

This is my absolute favorite voice for Bonnie and nobody can convince me otherwise 

(found on Facepunch forums, originally from /vg/ - not my recording)

I heard crying and whispers…whoa scary. But also fitting.

(via dirkstriderswag)

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theharley:

Palm size Animal Crossing items!
What item do you think is next?

(via mischacrossing)

2PM
August212014
jumpingjacktrash:

the-real-seebs:

roachpatrol:

rememberwhenyoutried:

lisaquestions:

vayena:

this is the most whiny baby cowshit i’ve ever seen

I was on the internet before the twits who made this image. They are so full of shit.

hahaha oh my goodness
[Geocities] taught us to squint at dark grey text on a black background
[Weebls Stuff] taught us about badgers and mushrooms, and to avoid snakes
[MetaFilter] taught us to always overthink a plate of beans

KIDS THESE DAYS DON’T LIKE THE STUFF I LIKE OR THINK THE THINGS I THINK, SO I HATE THEM

I just feel like I should state, for the record:
When my spouse and I got together, you know what the most popular web browser was?
It’s a trick question. There weren’t web browsers yet.
And I would say it’s fairly accurate to say that I “grew up online”, because I have been using the Internet (or UUCP anyway) to talk to random strangers about fandom stuff since sometime before the Great Renaming, so, pre-1987. I still had to sit on phone books to reach the terminals when I first got into an argument over whether the Doctor would ever fix the chameleon circuit. And you know what? Fuck you, get off my lawn, the kids are no worse than you were at their age.

on the first text-only forums (only we called them BBS’s back then) i was an absolutely HORRENDOUS little shit.
i thought ascii art was cool.
bitch, i had fucking pong.
there was no video game fandom. we called them ‘tv games’, and they were a novelty and frankly kinda boring. ‘computer games’ were different, and they were text adventures with terrible parsers, or buggy, blocky ports of arcade games that looked like stop-motion done with legos.
and yet. and fucking yet.
the same bullshit arguments were happening back then, and people used the same bullshit tactics as they do today. making sock puppet accounts to agree with yourself. claiming you were just playing to make people react instead of admitting you lost an argument. mocking people for caring about a discussion, while at the same time caring way too much about trivial horseshit. and the hipster “i liked it before it was cool” crap, the only thing missing was the word hipster.
human nature is human nature, folks. don’t pretend the internet changed who you are. only you can change who you are, and you will do that as you grow up no matter what the technology’s like.

jumpingjacktrash:

the-real-seebs:

roachpatrol:

rememberwhenyoutried:

lisaquestions:

vayena:

this is the most whiny baby cowshit i’ve ever seen

I was on the internet before the twits who made this image. They are so full of shit.

hahaha oh my goodness

[Geocities] taught us to squint at dark grey text on a black background

[Weebls Stuff] taught us about badgers and mushrooms, and to avoid snakes

[MetaFilter] taught us to always overthink a plate of beans

KIDS THESE DAYS DON’T LIKE THE STUFF I LIKE OR THINK THE THINGS I THINK, SO I HATE THEM

I just feel like I should state, for the record:

When my spouse and I got together, you know what the most popular web browser was?

It’s a trick question. There weren’t web browsers yet.

And I would say it’s fairly accurate to say that I “grew up online”, because I have been using the Internet (or UUCP anyway) to talk to random strangers about fandom stuff since sometime before the Great Renaming, so, pre-1987. I still had to sit on phone books to reach the terminals when I first got into an argument over whether the Doctor would ever fix the chameleon circuit. And you know what? Fuck you, get off my lawn, the kids are no worse than you were at their age.

on the first text-only forums (only we called them BBS’s back then) i was an absolutely HORRENDOUS little shit.

i thought ascii art was cool.

bitch, i had fucking pong.

there was no video game fandom. we called them ‘tv games’, and they were a novelty and frankly kinda boring. ‘computer games’ were different, and they were text adventures with terrible parsers, or buggy, blocky ports of arcade games that looked like stop-motion done with legos.

and yet. and fucking yet.

the same bullshit arguments were happening back then, and people used the same bullshit tactics as they do today. making sock puppet accounts to agree with yourself. claiming you were just playing to make people react instead of admitting you lost an argument. mocking people for caring about a discussion, while at the same time caring way too much about trivial horseshit. and the hipster “i liked it before it was cool” crap, the only thing missing was the word hipster.

human nature is human nature, folks. don’t pretend the internet changed who you are. only you can change who you are, and you will do that as you grow up no matter what the technology’s like.

(Source: salsapone)

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