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Nothing beats the rush you get when that one special person looks at you.”

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just a little thing i like to call THE CAMPAIGN

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just a little thing i like to call THE CAMPAIGN

cheria-sidos-grants-the-chosen:

Tales of Series + Mean Girls

Don’t ask me why cause I don’t fucking know

lucrezialoveshercesare:

It’s like Hufflepuffs united

geekycrap:

oneohtrixpointno:

thevisualhag:

‘12 SHOES for 12 LOVERS‘

by Chilean-born, New York-based designer Sebastian Errazuriz.

The pieces reflects on the recollection of the artist’s personal and sexual relationships with former lovers, each of whom became the influence for a series of shoe sculptures. 
Each day, Errazuriz released one image of a new heeled design, completed by an accompanying photo of the footwear’s muse and a small, often explicit story about the duo’s escapades together.

’12 shoes for 12 shoes’ will exhibit at the pop-up shop of Brazilian shoe brand Melissa from December 6th, 2013 to January 6th, 2014 for Art Basel Miami Beach 2013.

I want the weapon one

those are pretty fucking cool huh

thedaisiestdaisy:

sentientcitizen:

friendlytroll:

prokopetz:

mikhailvladimirovich:

bogleech:

It’s funny how science fiction universes so often treat humans as a boring, default everyman species or even the weakest and dumbest.

I want to see a sci fi universe…

stay-grateful:

housewifeswag:

whose line will forever be one of my favorites

dying rn

slenderica:

firstruleofmethclub:

Left and right are both directions. The difference between them is that when facing due North, your former will be to the West, and your latter will fall on the East. Remember which half of your body was placed in each quadrant, and you will be able to know the difference between your left and right, this works even after you discontinue facing North.
Red is the light reflecting visual representation shared by both blood, and my blankie. It’s also the opposite of green.
The new colour is called Banewolf. I may not have been able to visualise it, but I did just think of it, which was the only prerequisite.
Pure water doesn’t stimulate any of the varying taste sensations, neither does it effect the sense of smell. So this is basically like asking “What is breathing oxygen unassisted in outer space like” knowing full well humans can’t breathe there. However, almost all water you’ve ever drunk has been tainted by something else; tannin, fluoride, minerals, blahblahblah, it depends on where you are. You simply become accustomed to that water so you no longer taste the additional properties. This is why when you go to a different area and drink tap water, sometimes it tastes bad. Or why if you are used to drinking rain water, tap/bore is disgusting to you. It’s not the actual water, it’s the tiny little extra bits you are tasting.

slenderica:

firstruleofmethclub:

Left and right are both directions. The difference between them is that when facing due North, your former will be to the West, and your latter will fall on the East. Remember which half of your body was placed in each quadrant, and you will be able to know the difference between your left and right, this works even after you discontinue facing North.

Red is the light reflecting visual representation shared by both blood, and my blankie. It’s also the opposite of green.

The new colour is called Banewolf. I may not have been able to visualise it, but I did just think of it, which was the only prerequisite.

Pure water doesn’t stimulate any of the varying taste sensations, neither does it effect the sense of smell. So this is basically like asking “What is breathing oxygen unassisted in outer space like” knowing full well humans can’t breathe there. However, almost all water you’ve ever drunk has been tainted by something else; tannin, fluoride, minerals, blahblahblah, it depends on where you are. You simply become accustomed to that water so you no longer taste the additional properties. This is why when you go to a different area and drink tap water, sometimes it tastes bad. Or why if you are used to drinking rain water, tap/bore is disgusting to you. It’s not the actual water, it’s the tiny little extra bits you are tasting.

ghostsfacer:

Sorry but I will reblog this every time I see it because it is just too accurate not to.

ghostsfacer:

Sorry but I will reblog this every time I see it because it is just too accurate not to.

castiel-is-a-bluebird:

acafenfan:

I just want to draw attention to this scene from last week’s episode. 
On the table there are two chessboards (apologies that you can’t see one of the boards in this cap), and a game of peg solitaire. 
The gameboard for the solitaire has been left, as far as I can tell, in the following position: 

Correct me if I’m wrong on this one, but I’m pretty certain that’s an unwinnable board. Peg solitaire is a one-person game. Somebody was playing against themselves, and they were going to lose. But the board hasn’t been left in a finished position. There are still moves that can be made, even if they seem pointless given circumstance. The player gave up because they felt it was pointless to keep fighting.
Oh. Who does that sound like? 

But the chessboard is the more interesting one here. I didn’t catch this for a long while. 

Chess is often used as a war metaphor. I don’t know for sure which sides were supposed to be represented here. I would hazard a vague guess at humans against demons, but I’m open to suggestions. We haven’t really had a clear S8 villain yet, so it’s more of a generalised war. 
But here. Here’s the interesting part. The game is being played between the clear glass and the frosted glass pieces. But there’s another piece on the board. See it? 

It’s a piece from the other chessboard. It’s moved to a different game. Because of the position of the pieces, this little wooden pawn here has to be playing on behalf of the frosted glass side. 
I apologise that this next one isn’t very clear. Squint with me here. 

That big frosted piece near the pawn is the frosted king. He’s halfway out onto the board. In contrast, the clear king is hidden away in the corner. It’s difficult to see, but I think they might have been castled earlier in the game.
The king is the lynchpin of the game. You don’t lead your king into the centre of battle unless you have a very reckless game plan. Or possibly no game plan at all. 
Who does that sound like? 

Then we have the queen. Arguably the most powerful piece in any game. Usually a key player in the fight. And yet:

The queen is in her starting position. She may have fought, but she is no longer fighting. She has retreated back to the start. Like the solitaire player, she has given up. Despite her ability to fight, she does not. 
Oh. Wait. That’s familiar, too. 
 
So we have a reckless king leading the battle; a powerful queen reluctant to fight, and a pawn who was supposed to be fighting on a different chessboard altogether. 
I present to you: Team Free Will, S8. 
(You could also argue that the pawn is Benny, crossing over from the other chessboard (Purgatory), but given he hasn’t really fought alongside the Winchesters, I personally discarded that theory.)

castiel-is-a-bluebird:

acafenfan:

I just want to draw attention to this scene from last week’s episode. 

On the table there are two chessboards (apologies that you can’t see one of the boards in this cap), and a game of peg solitaire. 

The gameboard for the solitaire has been left, as far as I can tell, in the following position: 

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Correct me if I’m wrong on this one, but I’m pretty certain that’s an unwinnable board. Peg solitaire is a one-person game. Somebody was playing against themselves, and they were going to lose. But the board hasn’t been left in a finished position. There are still moves that can be made, even if they seem pointless given circumstance. The player gave up because they felt it was pointless to keep fighting.

Oh. Who does that sound like? 

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But the chessboard is the more interesting one here. I didn’t catch this for a long while. 

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Chess is often used as a war metaphor. I don’t know for sure which sides were supposed to be represented here. I would hazard a vague guess at humans against demons, but I’m open to suggestions. We haven’t really had a clear S8 villain yet, so it’s more of a generalised war. 

But here. Here’s the interesting part. The game is being played between the clear glass and the frosted glass pieces. But there’s another piece on the board. See it? 

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It’s a piece from the other chessboard. It’s moved to a different game. Because of the position of the pieces, this little wooden pawn here has to be playing on behalf of the frosted glass side. 

I apologise that this next one isn’t very clear. Squint with me here. 

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That big frosted piece near the pawn is the frosted king. He’s halfway out onto the board. In contrast, the clear king is hidden away in the corner. It’s difficult to see, but I think they might have been castled earlier in the game.

The king is the lynchpin of the game. You don’t lead your king into the centre of battle unless you have a very reckless game plan. Or possibly no game plan at all. 

Who does that sound like? 

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Then we have the queen. Arguably the most powerful piece in any game. Usually a key player in the fight. And yet:

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The queen is in her starting position. She may have fought, but she is no longer fighting. She has retreated back to the start. Like the solitaire player, she has given up. Despite her ability to fight, she does not. 

Oh. Wait. That’s familiar, too. 

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So we have a reckless king leading the battle; a powerful queen reluctant to fight, and a pawn who was supposed to be fighting on a different chessboard altogether. 

I present to you: Team Free Will, S8. 

(You could also argue that the pawn is Benny, crossing over from the other chessboard (Purgatory), but given he hasn’t really fought alongside the Winchesters, I personally discarded that theory.)

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