It really grinds my gears when guys use names like Scott Summers and Steve Rogers in place of their own, only have pics of those heroes on their profile, and act like misogynistic assbutts. If you truly admired a hero, you’d act like one.
Marlon Brando’s ‘Rebel Without a Cause’ screen test. [X]
Today is World Book Day, which means you are supposed to make a wish when you buy a book.
Wish for dark things built of shadow and ash.
Wish for abominations that conflict with the laws of reality with their mere existence.
Wish for black witchfire and ghosts and cemetery dust and an eldritch, unseen clock counting the heartbeats until your ascension.
Good luck surviving World Book Day. This is not a lightweight task. Good luck to us all.
friend-zoning guys is horrible. it is disgusting. funzone them instead. send them to a small childs park so they can cry with the other babies when they dont get what they want.
ahhh I started this a few days ago and finally decided to sort of finish this messy thing. idk why I made a poc version of twilight sparkle
Because she is AMAZING, that’s why.
this is adorable
i wish puberty took you to a customize your character screen
do you realize how many people would be dragons
my name backwards spells “disappointment and skin problems”
nice to meet you, Smelborp Niks Dna Tnemtnioppasid
You really shouldn’t put your full name on the internet, it’s not safe.
Smelborp for president
The full lineup, now with Poison Ivy and Supergirl! Sorry for the slight repost, I think seeing them together makes the overall unifying design elements clearer (like the weird 90’s vibe haha).
Street clothes super heroes/villains!
do you ever just get a vibe that someone has a crush on you and then you’re not sure if they actually do or if you’re just really really self-absorbed
i paused frozen and decided this needed a caption so
EVERYONE KEEPS CAPTIONING THIS WITH ASSASSINATION STUFF BUT THIS IS LITERALLY ALL I CAN THINK OF WHEN I SEE THIS FUCKING EXPRESSION
|—||American author, activist, and lecturer Helen Keller, June 11, 1916 (via womenaresociety)|