Land of Dance Parties and Sriracha

Kinda having one of those nights where I’d consider selling a kidney for a nice long hug and a kiss from someone who loves me. Or at least likes me a lot and respects me.

I need more cuddles in my life. 

frogkin:

*likes your post* a great interaction, we are truly bonding

why are bats stigmatized as being creepy?

ventusrex:

bodypartss:

elfpen:

I mean

look at these things

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they’re like tiny

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fluffy

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dragons

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but instead of breathing fire they squeak and cuddle 

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in caves

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and leaves

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and they have funny ears and noses

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I mean really

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bats are amazing

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This post is so important to me

sky puppies

Whew! And so ends another Rennfest season. I had a lot of fun today, saw a lot of Doctors and Stormtroopers and some Scout Legion folks and some Star Trek Redshirts, I hung out with my brother, turned a few heads the only way I know how, and I ate entirely too many fried things that may have included sticks. I freakin’ love Wrong Day…but sadly, the season is over. Time to hang up my corset for another year. Oh well!

pyralspi:

poidkea:

that’s just a fact

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UPDATE

That is, more update than there was earlier.

Bleachers  - I Wanna Get Better
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cutedeadgxrl:

I didn’t know I was lonely ‘til I saw your face. 

(wasn’t working for a while but it should be fixed now.)

mineralists:

Callaghanite(Blue) on Hydromagnesite(White)

mineralists:

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equius-is-the-crowing:

You know what really tickles my giggledick? When open carry “activists” claim that all us “libtards” are nothing more than afraid of guns, when that isn’t the case at all, at least for me. I’m not afraid of guns, but I’m afraid of getting shot, and in this day and age, its a very real possibility. 

What these people fail to realize is, to everyone outside of the whole open carry movement, we can’t tell the difference between someone with a gun and someone looking to shoot up the place. Nobody is a mind reader, nobody can truly tell what someone else’s intentions are. Someone could walk into a supermarket with an AR-15 strapped to their back and you bet your ass I’ll be leaving immediately, because I don’t know if they’re there to buy toilet paper or shoot the place up in some murder/suicide shit. 

I’m not afraid of guns, but I’m afraid of the people that use them. I don’t care if its someone walking down the street with their hand a little too close to their pocket or if its a police officer. I don;t want to get shot. Its your constitutional right to bear arms, I get that. But its my human right to not live in fear of having a bullet put in me.

I was raised in a household that was gun-safe and gun-friendly. Well, my dad was, anyway (my mother disagreed strongly, but that’s another story). I was taught from an early age the responsibilities and the ethics of having a gun in the house; how I should know how to use a gun to protect myself and my family, and how I should know how to make sure no one besides an attacker would ever be hurt by my weapon. I understand the recreational uses for a gun; when I was a wee little lass my father would take me to the range to teach me to shoot, I was given a muzzleloader when I was fourteen and a .38 when I turned sixteen, and skeet shooting was the greatest joy of the last few years of my father’s life.

Theoretically, one could easily argue that I should be right up in there with the open-carry crowd, but I gotta say, I agree wholeheartedly with you.

Look, I am all for self-defense. I’m a cop’s daughter for frick’s sake! But there’s a thick, wide line between self-defense and blatantly wielding an implicit threat. I can’t feel comfortable in an environment of “My right to show off my weapon trumps your right to feel safe” under any context, but a brazen display of weaponry seems like nothing besides that. There is no reason you could possibly need a gun in a movie theater or a subway (transportation or sandwich shop) or a grocery store unless you intend on either a. committing a robbery or other violent crime, or b. escalating a robbery into a homicide, as soon as you come across the most convenient robbery already in action. Either way it’s a violent mindset that I can’t get behind.

And all of that is even without discussing the racial aspect of this debate! The gun question does not exist in a vacuum, after all. We’ve got black kids and adults getting killed for having skittles or holding clearly-marked toy guns in retail stores. When we have a culture that seems to think “being brown” is a cause enough for stand-your-ground laws, the last thing anyone needs is a pack of vigilante white gun-worshipers to have immediate access to lethal force.

I’m with you, dude. Unless I am at the range or somewhere else that guns would be reasonably expected to be, if I see a gun being carried, I am out of there.

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