Tatu were important to me.
the more you look at this gif the more it moves
Pretty sure this is my kind of party.
I’m not wearing my glasses where the fuck did they all appear from
I think one of the reasons the Harry Potter Epilogue was so poorly received was because the audience was primarily made up of the Millennial generation.
We’ve walked with Harry, Ron and Hermione, through a world that we thought was great but slowly revealed itself…
Wasp preserved in gel in a small glass jar. Can attach a chain and wear it as a necklace or attach a key-chain, or just keep as is! Can see
My friend’s ex best friend is selling ‘jewellery’ online, including pendants like this. What. The Shit. She used a bird in one piece of jewellery and took its feathers and bones to put in these weird little jar pendants, and claimed she was ‘honouring’ the dead thing she found. HOW is taking a dead body, using it for cosmetics and then making money off of it honouring? UGH.
This Fursona Generator is both amazing and genuinely terrifying.
It comes up with stuff like “black hamster. it is made of glass. it never blinks.” BUT THEN ALSO “fairy crab. it is a witch. it is always coated in glitter.”
tiny purple crocodile. it wears opulent jewelry of gold and gemstones. a golden halo floats above its head.
floral coyote. it has fangs capable of injecting venom. it has a halo. over its ass.
slimy reindeer. it has human legs. it has only one large eye.
you’re walking in the woods
there is no one around
and your phone is dead
out of the corner of your eye you spot him
Rink’s first celebration of his birthday in his adopted city of San Francisco took place on June 27th, 1969—and was interrupted by a phone call from a friend in Greenwich Village relating the Stonewall riots in real time. After getting caught up in the then-nascent LGBT political movement, Rink turned his focus to the rich fabric of queer social and political life, chronicling San Francisco’s seismic self-transformation into the queerest city in the world in the space of a decade. The great historical value of Rink’s work is the nearly day by day chronicling of that process of transformation, the gradual and occasionally violent birthing of the San Francisco we know today.