Glitter Lake

togamisfatrolls:

magikmutant:

chaz-gelf:

askgamerandfriends:

The Stanley Parable, a game about choice and massive sarcasm.

Everyone needs to play The Stanley Parable at least once. It is a wonderful game and this photoset only conveys a small amount of the wonderfulness contained within.

This game is messed up let me tell you. Messed up, but good.

I played every ending (except Art) of this. Truly my favorite gaming experience of the year.

cyborglovesong:

Velma is having none of your vampire shit today.

thestraggletag:

cyborgpotatogifs:

EASILY DISTRACTED
I laughed until I realised I was in tumble instead of studying like I wanted to do.

tomscholes:

As exercise, I’ll be sharing a drop of my inspiration folder each day for a month. The theme will remain unspoken and will be relaxed yet connected. Let me know what you think and if you’d like to suggest a topic :)

Week one round up: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

captainmjolnir:

variablejabberwocky:

hypotheticalwoman:

3rdrudy:

emerald-observance:

3rdrudy:

imsarahcate:

3rdrudy:

timewarp-grrrl:

‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’

what if i cut off your left leg

would that make you stronger

would it

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Finally the Monty Python fandom awakens

We were never asleep, we’ve just been out trying to find the right shubbery.

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Nobody was expecting us

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Oh, god, Monty Python spam…

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finally a fandom hijack I can get behind

Trying to stay awake in a boring class

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vinegod:

What High school looks like in commercials by Childish Brandino

Of all the cats devoted to Dionysus, [the panther] was not only the most graceful and fascinating but also the most savage and bloodthirsty. The lightning-fast agility and perfect elegance of its movements, whose purpose is murder, exhibit the same union of beauty and fatal danger found in the mad women who accompany Dionysus. Their savagery, too, fascinates those who watch them, and yet it is the eruption of the dreadful impulse to pounce on the prey, tear it to pieces and devour its flesh raw.
Walter F. Otto, ‘Dionysus: Myth and Cult’ (via millymcaulay)