23 year old bisexual English major. Absolutely inept at Internet outside of porn and Tumblr. On this blog you will be subjected to history, Hetalia, Homestuck and my adorable spouse.

Adorable spouse is Souviet. Go say hi!

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thenerdybrit:

whiskeyfortheway:

sriusblcks:

#Viktor was obviously deeply in love with her #just remember the fact that he took her to prom #even knowing that he could’ve choose any other girl #remember how he forgot about everyone and danced with her all night #remember how he looked at her while saying ‘write to me, please’ #remember how, a few years later #on Fleur’s wedding #he danced with her one more time #probably being conscient that her heart already belonged to Ron #this is why I love Viktor Krum so much #he just enjoyed being with Hermione #and didn’t care about the future #mostly, because she wasn’t going to be a part of his.

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reblogging because krum is extremely underrated

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octobaba:

reborngp:

chaotic-keys:

nordicice:

quitsexingmyunicorn:

the-trickster-and-the-optimist:

immortaliarty:

peetamellarksbuns:

unicornwright:

photonsandfrisbees:

what the f*** is cotton candy


O.O 
why would you call it cotton?
It’s food. Not some material.

No, you are all wrong. It is called candy floss.


SUGAR SPIDER


The French call it “ barbe à papa” - which means “Daddy’s beard”

okay so what i have learned from this post is that other countries are really f***ing weird

Directly translated from Norwegian it’s ‘sugar spin’, which makes sense when you think about it

In India, we call this “Budhiya Ke Baal” directly translated to “Very Old Woman’s Hair”Indians are weird.

Portuguese [Brazil] We call it as algodão doce. that means cotton candy or sweet candy [ literal translation ]

In Finland we call it ‘Hattara’ and it means something like ‘whisp’

octobaba:

reborngp:

chaotic-keys:

nordicice:

quitsexingmyunicorn:

the-trickster-and-the-optimist:

immortaliarty:

peetamellarksbuns:

unicornwright:

photonsandfrisbees:

what the f*** is cotton candy

image

O.O 

why would you call it cotton?

It’s food. Not some material.

No, you are all wrong. It is called candy floss.

image

SUGAR SPIDER

image

The French call it “ barbe à papa” - which means “Daddy’s beard”

okay so what i have learned from this post is that other countries are really f***ing weird

Directly translated from Norwegian it’s ‘sugar spin’, which makes sense when you think about it

In India, we call this “Budhiya Ke Baal” directly translated to “Very Old Woman’s Hair”

Indians are weird.

Portuguese [Brazil] We call it as algodão doce. that means cotton candy or sweet candy [ literal translation ]

In Finland we call it ‘Hattara’ and it means something like ‘whisp’

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laura-thesedays:

landlocked-selkie:

kateordie:

alaskaskellum:

Something for my feminist theory class.

I’d love to see the reactions to this from a crowd. I can kind of imagine a quiet, solemn understanding from the ladies and a lot of confused questions from the guys… If my memory of art school serves me.

In 9th grade English we read Laurie Halse Anderson’s “Speak”. For those of you who haven’t read it, the author makes it abundantly clear that the teenage protagonist, Melinda, was raped, before the protagonist actually says it.
Our English teacher asked the boys in the class what happened to Mel. They came up with the most ridiculous answers. Every girl in the class just knew.

This just goes to show…
Not all men menace women, but yes all women have felt menaced by a man.
Every girl understands this because every girl knows the fear implicit in this image.

laura-thesedays:

landlocked-selkie:

kateordie:

alaskaskellum:

Something for my feminist theory class.

I’d love to see the reactions to this from a crowd. I can kind of imagine a quiet, solemn understanding from the ladies and a lot of confused questions from the guys… If my memory of art school serves me.

In 9th grade English we read Laurie Halse Anderson’s “Speak”. For those of you who haven’t read it, the author makes it abundantly clear that the teenage protagonist, Melinda, was raped, before the protagonist actually says it.

Our English teacher asked the boys in the class what happened to Mel. They came up with the most ridiculous answers. Every girl in the class just knew.

This just goes to show…

Not all men menace women, but yes all women have felt menaced by a man.

Every girl understands this because every girl knows the fear implicit in this image.