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my internet goes out more than i do

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thedoomedgemini:

Bold What’s True

You are English.
You want to visit New Zealand.
You can’t sit down on the grass without making a daisy chain. 
You play guitar. 
Your parents are still together.

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bridgioto:

Process for my Steven Universe illustration, from thumbnail to final!

I promise this is my last overexcited spam post about this particular thing :B

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cosplayinamerica:


COSPLAY BRINGS THE WORLD TOGETHER!I always get a little nervous when I go Cosplaying around the city and there isn’t a convention going on anywhere. You never know how people are going to react. Some people can be really cruel or the police just target you for being a “Weirdo.” Needless to say, I’m always on guard. However, this precious moment happen while we were at the Capitol. While we were setting up the Photo Shoot, these little girls came timidly walking up to us. The eldest said that the little girl in pink wanted to say hi. The little girl in pink was so shy that she couldn’t get a word out but just a shy smile. The eldest, who spoke for the whole group, said that all the girls had never met a Female Superhero. They were all so excited! I didn’t have the heart to explain that I wasn’t technically a girl but a genderbend of Bucky but all the girls were so excited to shake my hand, hug me, and just talk to me that I decided it wasn’t even worth the mention.The younger ones kept jumping up and down and saying “You’re so cool!” - “You’re like Super Woman!” ~ “Girl Power!” They just filled up my heart with joy. They all had to leave after a few minutes but gave me a huge hug and said I made their trip amazing. Moments like this is why I believe Cosplay is so awesome! It isn’t about how many LIKES you have or how “Cosfamous” you are. It’s about doing what you love and, in the process, spreading as much love and joy to others that you feel yourself! 

( from Studio Eingana / source : http://ow.ly/zMkPB  )

cosplayinamerica:

COSPLAY BRINGS THE WORLD TOGETHER!

I always get a little nervous when I go Cosplaying around the city and there isn’t a convention going on anywhere. You never know how people are going to react. Some people can be really cruel or the police just target you for being a “Weirdo.” Needless to say, I’m always on guard. 

However, this precious moment happen while we were at the Capitol. 

While we were setting up the Photo Shoot, these little girls came timidly walking up to us. The eldest said that the little girl in pink wanted to say hi. The little girl in pink was so shy that she couldn’t get a word out but just a shy smile. 

The eldest, who spoke for the whole group, said that all the girls had never met a Female Superhero. They were all so excited! 

I didn’t have the heart to explain that I wasn’t technically a girl but a genderbend of Bucky but all the girls were so excited to shake my hand, hug me, and just talk to me that I decided it wasn’t even worth the mention.

The younger ones kept jumping up and down and saying “You’re so cool!” - “You’re like Super Woman!” ~ “Girl Power!” They just filled up my heart with joy. 

They all had to leave after a few minutes but gave me a huge hug and said I made their trip amazing. 

Moments like this is why I believe Cosplay is so awesome! It isn’t about how many LIKES you have or how “Cosfamous” you are. It’s about doing what you love and, in the process, spreading as much love and joy to others that you feel yourself! 

( from Studio Eingana / source : http://ow.ly/zMkPB  )

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Anonymous asked: One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?

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rats-in-the-walls:

deadinmagazines:

stripperina:

Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.

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Oh snap

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SHOT!!! DOWN!!!