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vvidget:

The Greatest Tattoo Artists in the World, and where to find them.

Peter Aurisch - Berlin, Germany

Alice Carrier - Portland, Oregon

Chaim Machlev - Berlin, Germany

Kenji Alucky - Hokkaido, Japan

Marcin Aleksander Surowiec - Warsaw, Poland

Ien Levin - Kiev, Ukraine

Amanda Wachob - Brooklyn, N.Y

Madame Chän - Berlin, Germany

David Hale in Athens, Georgia 

Ondrash in Znojmo, Czech Republic

Love the different styles

Tattoos are fucking art i don’t care what anyone else says

I actually hope to, if not be a video game designer, be a tattoo artist

Whoa, and 3 of them are all in Berlin, Germany!


spunkydads:

the problem with rich people is that i am not one

righteouskungfu:

You know you’re in for a long haul when the book has a map on the first page

epic-humor:

#COOL PARENTS



I am a feminist. I’ve been female for a long time now. I’d be stupid not to be on my own side.

Maya Angelou   (via lykereally)

sassy-canadian-princess:

pr1nceshawn:

Masculine Ways to Do Feminine Things by Dave Mercier.

omfg i love this comic


bukowskiowl:

                              - I don’t think that I’m a hugging person now.
                                           - I’m not sure you get a vote.

darrenpillowscriss:

Usually the first episode of a series is one of the best, with a really creative plot line, an awesome problem to solve, and great plot twists.

And then there’s Doctor Who:

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I think it’s intoxicating when somebody is so unapologetically who they are.

— Don Cheadle (via psych-facts)

In a sudden shocking moment, I saw Clara Oswald, (The Impossible Girl/puzzle to be solved/proud leaf owner), evolve into a RTD style fully fledged, three dimensional, actual human being with her own agency, and her own very important part to play in the tale.

The best part of the episode, in my opinion, was seeing Clara face off (geddit?) against the lead droid/robot/cyborg. Jenna must have had about ten whole minutes to herself. She certainly was gifted a massive chunk of the episode to carry, and not only did she lift the show, she brandished it heavyweight style above her 5’1 Victorian-attire-clad body.

Suddenly Clara becomes clear. We know her. She’s brave, but very scared. Her bravery seems to kick in with the adrenaline, and until then she staves off the rising terror with sarcasm and snappy banter. If you want Clara Oswald at peak condition, at her very very best, you threaten to hurt a friend. Because she never runs out on the people she loves. Even if they seem to have run out on her.

The flashbacks to Clara’s first day teaching at a school made all the difference to my interpretation of her. Seeing Ms Oswald have her usually in-control and optimistic persona challenged as we see her becoming ruffled and losing patience, makes her so much more human. Although she is often labelled ‘bossy’, I see a young woman desperate to be taken seriously, and to break away from her reputation as ‘sweet little Clara’. She means business, she has ambition, and I respect that in a woman.

Think of all the little girls watching Clara this episode. Maybe they want to be braver. Maybe people laugh at them because they’re girls whenever they try to take control. (I think a lot of us have been there). Maybe there are young women watching that are fighting to maintain their kindness and compassion but also navigate the professional world.

— From Claudia Boleyn’s Deep Breath Review (x). Wonderfully written, as usual, and sums up most of my opinions of the episode. Check it out! (via soufflemenace)


mugglebornheadcanon:

726. Muggleborns that have spent the year at Hogwarts returning home for the summer and once in a while wearing their house colors out in public. Sometimes being complimented/mocked for their ‘obsession with the Harry Potter books’.