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I don’t know who made this gif, but it’s brilliant. If anyone does know the op, please tell me.seanchaidorcha 

I don’t know who made this gif, but it’s brilliant. If anyone does know the op, please tell me.
seanchaidorcha 

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threnodycomic said: An artist I follow made this wonderful multi-layered woodcut telling the entire story of Neverwhere. I'm certain you'll love it. Sending you links is probably bad internetiquette, so I'll just tell you he goes by 'mtomsky', and the piece is called 'London Below'

neil-gaiman:

wow.

from https://www.etsy.com/listing/207273302/london-below?ref=shop_home_active_1

chriswritescrap This reminds me of something…

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versacekin:

When ur in line behind a really hot guy
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…When you notice that ‘really hot guy’ is another girl, and you learn something about yourself :P

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makeusfreenanerd:

millika:

Who’s Alex?
Billboard demonstrating gender stereotypes as most people automatically assume that Alex is the boy.

ok but of course they doThe boy is clearly placed in the center, with Alex RIGHT NEXT TO his head. Meanwhile, the girl is leaning away, not looking directly at the camera. The design of the ad makes the boy front and center. It’s not sexist to think he’s Alex. It makes sense according to graphic design. Not that people aren’t sexist, but it would be a lot more honest if they were placed on the ad equally.

This. Yes, negative gender stereotypes exist and really shouldn’t. Yes, every step towards a gender-fair society is a good thing, and yes advertising often reinforces negative stereotypes.
But… everything about this ad points to Alex being the boy, in focus, in the middle of the frame, looking directly at the viewer, with the name “Alex” right next to him.
Honestly, wouldn’t most people assume Alex was the kid in the middle even if you put bags over both of their heads?
Stupid “gotcha” bait-and-switch ads like this one aren’t doing much to help.

makeusfreenanerd:

millika:

Who’s Alex?

Billboard demonstrating gender stereotypes as most people automatically assume that Alex is the boy.

ok but of course they do

The boy is clearly placed in the center, with Alex RIGHT NEXT TO his head.

Meanwhile, the girl is leaning away, not looking directly at the camera. The design of the ad makes the boy front and center. It’s not sexist to think he’s Alex. It makes sense according to graphic design.

Not that people aren’t sexist, but it would be a lot more honest if they were placed on the ad equally.

This. Yes, negative gender stereotypes exist and really shouldn’t. Yes, every step towards a gender-fair society is a good thing, and yes advertising often reinforces negative stereotypes.

But… everything about this ad points to Alex being the boy, in focus, in the middle of the frame, looking directly at the viewer, with the name “Alex” right next to him.

Honestly, wouldn’t most people assume Alex was the kid in the middle even if you put bags over both of their heads?

Stupid “gotcha” bait-and-switch ads like this one aren’t doing much to help.

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drugdoer:

grassfire:

Imagine if Breaking Bad was set in Canada or the UK or Australia. Walt discovers he has lung cancer, is promptly treated at no cost and discharged with no financial burden apart from $20 in subsidised prescriptions. The end.

hmm. it’s almost as if Breaking Bad might have been trying to say something. Who knows, though

Meanwhile, Australians are wondering how much longer we are going to stay on that list…

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imagineyouricon:

imagine your icon has suddenly, inexplicably, become your legal guardian

This happened for real a few years ago!

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Reblog if you will answer LITERALLY ANY anon questions.


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BRING IT ON

Or off anon. But that’s probably assuming too much.

(Source: murderousart, via citizen-of-the-universe)

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bigblueboo:

certainly!

It’s like my Tumblr has been turned into a single gif!

bigblueboo:

certainly!

It’s like my Tumblr has been turned into a single gif!

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sonerdyithurts:

itsninjam:

tedmosbyisnotajerk:

if anyone ever asks me what tumblr is i’m gonna show them this video and just walk away

GOD ITS 5AM AND IM TRYING TO HOLD IN MY LAUGHTER FUCK

miss-hello-kitty

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Behold the idols that stand along the wall… Thou art to destroy all of them - but those idols cannot be destroyed by the mere hands of a mortal. In this land, there exists colossi that are incarnations of those idols. If thou defeat those colossi, the idols shall fall. But heed this, the price you pay may be heavy indeed…

I could have a Shadow of the Colossus blog and be happy forever.

*finds the disc to start a new playthrough*

(Source: headtraumabay, via citizen-of-the-universe)

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ghirahim:

Wait I just looked at the receipt for our admission. I was charged as a child…???? Do I look twelve. Are twelve year olds commonly six feet tall

Someone hasn’t been into a primary school lately…

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killllua:

30 seconds into this anime and you already got these two being adorable dorks??? i cant do this

Reblogging for the creepy rubbery way the blue-haired guy’s left hand moves when he poses.

killllua:

30 seconds into this anime and you already got these two being adorable dorks??? i cant do this

Reblogging for the creepy rubbery way the blue-haired guy’s left hand moves when he poses.

(Source: kiljayden)

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dinolich:

srsfunny:

Black Leopard’s Reaction When He Sees His Favorite Zoo Keeper

what a baby

dinolich:

srsfunny:

Black Leopard’s Reaction When He Sees His Favorite Zoo Keeper

what a baby

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maxkirin:

Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

Want more writerly content? Make sure to follow maxkirin.tumblr.com for your daily dose of writer positivity, advice, and prompts!

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