Hay thar. I'm a 20+ year old art student and this is my personal blog.
It's mainly to reblog stuff that interest me, which include
Be warned, I spam a lot of stuff everyday in here, your dash will be several pages longer. BE VERY WARNED. I also sometimes post some NSFW things.Main blog: ones-inspiration, which is my art/animation/writing blog thing for references and art stuff.
Sometimes I don't know if I offended someone or not by their reactions (it's hard to tell online) so... just to let you know I don't mean it, don't take it to heart. I don't joke about things, or purposely write some trolling/flame-attracting messages (unless I'm pissed off and looking for a fight, which is rare). If it seems that way, I probably phrased my words wrong or spoke too bluntly. Please be forgiving if I've made such an error.
I completely understand why they’re all excited. You start to miss your loved ones so much that you feel happy when someone else gets to see theirs, even if you don’t get to see yours.
There aren’t any words to describe this one.
I will never not reblog this.
Bet they don’t look at Palestinian girls like that.
soldiers aren’t monsters. They’re just doing their job
Screw you buddy.
my dad did humanitarian work in Iraq for 18 months as a soldier. And because so many people were sending him toys and candy that he gave to the children he was widely known through out the batallions. And when a crazy ass extremist decided they didn’t agree with the political system and drove it into a school. He was the one on the scene to make children smile and give them clothes, toys, candy. Things they didn’t have, and they were all grateful and excited to see him. What happened to those children haunt him to this day and royally screwed him up. He’s still in therapy and taking medications for his PTSD FIVE FUCKING YEARS LATER.
Don’t you dare treat soldiers like monsters because of the minority of extreme assholes who happen to be broadcasted.
The soldiers love those children as much as the children love them.
HE MADE THE KEYBLADE
AS AN ACTUAL WEAPON
I hate metal work. Especially tig welding.
I am never doing it again. But I envy this man’s amazing skills at it.
I’ve been dreaming about this for quite some time, a metal keyblade. But who asked for the Kingdom Key, why not Oblivion and Oathkeeper, they would’ve been more epic.
An 8-year-old girl camper began swimming near the edge of the pool by me. She was a tiny girl with a bubbly personality, and she was very attached to me. Upon seeing us talking, the boy swam over and started chasing her around the water. It was clear from the way she was trying to get away from him and her screeching that she wanted to be left alone — her body language and tense demeanor should have showed that she was uncomfortable — but if that wasn’t enough of a clue, the “stop” she yelled in protest should have been enough for him to go away.
That’s when it really hit me how serious the situation was. I could immediately picture it escalating. I didn’t see an 8-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy anymore; I saw the two of them as fully grown and matured adults. The girl was still small and skinny, and the boy was large enough to overpower her with little effort. I could see her running away from him, trying to push off his advances in a more sexual situation, but him refusing to believe that she really wanted him to stop. I saw him ignoring her physical protests right along with the verbal ones, convinced she wanted him there. It horrified me.
I reprimanded him immediately, insisting that when someone asks you to stop, it’s important to listen. Almost seconds later, a male counselor standing by the same section of the pool told him not to listen to me and to continue his pursuit of this little girl, despite her obvious protests. Here were two boys, roughly 10 years apart in age, but with the same views on women: that consent doesn’t matter. It’s not a generational thing: this mindset has clearly been ingrained into the public psyche from an early age. How often are we told not to take no for an answer? How often do we see children pestering their parents about getting a new toy until they eventually give in? How often do we hear about a woman’s whims coming with her menstrual cycle? How often do we see on television shows and in movies a woman “changing her mind” about a man who is persistent enough or who just proves himself worthy? The idea that a woman will change her mind is so ingrained that we can’t always recognize it at first."
holy t i t s
i just finished this book finally and wow it completely blew me away
if this is actually going to be a thing i might just pee myself and die out of excitement
oh sweet jesus
HOLY MOTHER OF…
IS THIS TRUE?!??!?!?!