1. Anonymous said: i just started season 3 of teen wolf, can you tell me in which epsiode Stiles realize that he is gay?

    brogitsune:

    season 1 episode 1

  2. moderncorsetiere:

    corsetier: Andrew Kanounov

    links: Facebook

    location: Russia

  3. outofcontextdnd:

    (during a munchkin game, the thief keeps stealing items from other players)

    Priest: Why do you keep stealing stuff you can’t even USE for your class?!

    Thief: I do not steal for me, I simply steal so you cannot have it. *manic giggling* It gives me great pleasure.

  4. Necromancy is a form of recycling.

    — Evil Supply Co.

    (Source: the-noise-inside)

  5. Helpful evil

    evilsupplyco:

    If you are an artist, when you get stuck, draw bigger and on tracing paper when you are stuck. Consider this manual photoshop. Use scissors, trace, refine.

    If you are a writer, when you get stuck, get a pad of paper and at least two colors of pen that contrast. When you get stuck, use your “replace this with actual language later” color. Just write what you want to say. “Make angry hero cry as villain drinks amazing latte. Figure out words later.”

    If you get stuck in life, clean up your area and think about how big, and how small, the universe is. Either direction is practically infinite, suspending you in the middle.

    If you are fey, remember when you weren’t. It will build compassion when you deal with mortals.

    If you are a potato, please advise us how you use the Internet. We have so many questions, sentient spud bud.

  6. blaiddfenrisulfr:

    Anybody else love Alpha!Stiles as much as me?

  7. stiles + eyelashes

    (Source: kirayukimura)

  8. I ate food.

    I regret eating food.

  9. fozmeadows:

    indigostohelit:

    so today i learned that in the late 1800s-early 1900s, the navy became concerned about possible homosexual activity among their sailors

    so they sent in decoys, whose job was to pretend to want to engage in homosexual activity in order to find gay sailors

    except then the job of the decoy got popular

    like, really popular

    like… worryingly popular?

    reports said that the decoys were performing their jobs with “much enthusiasm and zeal”

    eventually the navy decided. to. just stop.

    Reblogging because I’ve found a source to support this, quoted below (my bolding for emphasis):

    The ex-detective from Connecticut who boasted that he could pick out the “cruising” fairies on Manhattan’s Riverside Drive with 90 percent accuracy—not a challenging task, given the blatant style of the area—convinced his superiors that an undercover operation was the only way to secure evidence that would stand up in court. Accordingly, he quietly enlisted a staff of Navy investigators “in the capacity of detectives” who would circulate among the suspected population of perverts at the YMCA or elsewhere, strike up friendships, and take careful note of all that transpired. He wanted no one over thirty, he said, on the well-known assumption that homosexuals never bothered with men that old. His ideal volunteer was in his late teens or early twenties, handsome, none too intellectually inclined (to judge by their later testimony in court), and willing to put himself in awkward situations for the good of the service. He found an ample number to take on the assignment, more than a dozen at first, and sought assurances that his men, if forced to break the law—that is, go the limit to complete their mission—would not themselves be subject to prosecution.

        The specific duties the recruits were charged with fell into three areas: to gather information about “cocaine joints” and the sale of liquor; to gather information “pertaining to cocksuckers and rectum receivers” and any network of “said fairies”; and to gather information about prostitutes in the area. In reality, once their project hit its stride, Arnold’s band of investigators showed no interest to speak of in the “fallen women” of Newport and only minimal concern with the illegal drug traffic. What went on behind closed doors at the YMCA or in the romantic shadows of Cliff Walk was another matter. In their pursuit of the “cocksuckers” Arnold had charged them to find—and in the fairly staggering amount of oral sex they enjoyed in the line of duty—this group of young men was all but tireless. In fact, their assiduous performance was to become by the end of the summer a profound humiliation to the Department of the Navy and its leadership.”


    - The Other Side of Silence, by John Loughery; Chapter One, 1: A Scandal in Newport

    (Source: swanjolras)

  10. eurydce:

    of witches | listen.  

    14 songs for witchcraft in the christ-haunted south.

  11. feanorinleatherpants:

"Thou shalt not attempt to pass off thy rotten non-con garbage as a romantic dinner for two"

    feanorinleatherpants:

    "Thou shalt not attempt to pass off thy rotten non-con garbage as a romantic dinner for two"

  12. sunshinychick:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

    sunshinychick:

    futurescope:

    Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

    A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

    [read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

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  13. 10 Lies Depression Tells You | Anne Thériault

    gazztron:

    usakeh:

    1. You are a bad person who deserves bad things.

    2. You are unhappy because you are lazy or lacking in willpower. Happiness is a choice, a choice that you have failed to make. Somehow, somewhere over the course of your lifetime, when faced with some metaphysical fork in the road, you chose the wrong path. You brought this curse down on yourself.

    3. Your sadness is the baseline by which the rest of your life should be measured. This sadness is your norm, and any other emotions, especially positive ones, are exceptions to the rule. Yes of course there will be good times, of course there will be flashes of joy; you will certainly, on occasion, experience the pleasure of a good book or a ripe juicy peach, However, those experiences will be few and far between. Your bad days will always outnumber the good.

    4. Your family and friends do not love you. Your family are people who feel obligated to spend time with you because as luck would have it you share a similar genetic makeup. Your friends are people that you somehow tricked into thinking that you, as a person, have some kind of value, and now they don’t know how to extricate themselves from your pathetic, needy grasp. No one spends time with you because they enjoy it; they do it out of a sense of duty, a feeling of pity. Whenever you leave a room everyone breathes a sigh of relief.

    5. Your family and friends do not want to hear about how sad you are. No matter how sympathetic they may seem, no matter how sincerely they might ask how you are feeling, remember that it’s all an act. The more that you open yourself up to them, the more you pour your heart out, the more resentful of you they become. Do not fall into the trap of sharing your feelings; do not give into the temptation to draw back the curtain and, like a tawdry magician, reveal your grotesque sadness. Your sadness is a choice, remember? This burden is yours to bear alone.

    6. Your friends and family deserve better than you. Everyone deserves better than you.

    7. In order to make up for your unhappiness, it is your responsibility to make sure that everyone around you is happy. If you can manage to maintain a near-constant veneer of kindness, helpfulness and sincere interest in others, then that will make your presence more tolerable. Your amiability, though entirely inadequate, is the best apology that you can make for your existence.

    8. Everything is your fault.

    If you plan a picnic and it rains, it’s your fault. You should have been more thorough when you checked the weather. You should have learned to be an amateur meteorologist so that you could better read the clouds. You should have packed a canopy. If you go out for dinner, for your once-in-a-blue-moon, hire-a-babysitter-and-wear-a-nice-dress date and the food or service or conversation is anything less than exceptional, it’s your fault. You should have read more restaurant reviews, should have asked friends for more recommendations, should have prepared cue cards with talking points. If someone is unkind to you, it’s your fault. You should have smiled more, been more gracious, tried harder to be whatever it was that they needed in that moment.

    Everything is your fault.

    9. There is no cure for your sadness, no effective treatment, no way of managing your symptoms. There are, of course, doctors and pills and various therapies that help other people, but you’ve tried all these things and they don’t work for you. Nothing will ever work for you.

    10. You will feel this way forever.

    If you are depressed, experiencing suicidal thoughts or otherwise need someone to talk to, please call 1-800-273-8255.

    Source.

    This article hits so close to home with me, right now.

    Daily truths of my life.

  14. demondetoxmanual:

    queenabaddon:

    benny would ruin your twinky ass, dean

    will snorting coffee through my nose affect my health?

  15. teenage-vices:

ieuanlee:

Opal formation in fossilized wood.

Omfg

    teenage-vices:

    ieuanlee:

    Opal formation in fossilized wood.

    Omfg