Hey my names Heidi and my blog is pretty much kind of random I blog Adventure Time, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Merlin, Psych, The Mentalist, Orange is The New Black, Castle, Once Upon A Time, and other random stuff I like k bye. :)

 

batsyandmrj:

There’s thousands of notes on posts about how unfair it is that there isn’t a wonder woman movie and now that its been officially announced nobody is talking about it?

Like Can I get at least a hell yeah?

fileformat:

I’m getting prettier every minute. every second and nobody can stop me

caloriq:

shout out to my parents for combining their genes to create the most unattractive, weird, annoying and awkward person ever

softboycollective:

thebluelip-blondie:

my white protesters please remember that you’re rarely at the same risk we are when you stand up for what is right

I’m not gonna stop reblogging these reminders

softboycollective:

thebluelip-blondie:

my white protesters please remember that you’re rarely at the same risk we are when you stand up for what is right

I’m not gonna stop reblogging these reminders

(Source: cartoonpolitics)

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Trashed by a lady cyclist, who is noted for her athletic powers.

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Trashed by a lady cyclist, who is noted for her athletic powers.

nicolegendary:

hell-born-rising-demon:

dolofang:

klartie:

when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds

girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms

Girls share everything.

#girls dont believe in no homo #all da homo #dont give a fuck.

reaill:

grimfemme:

I just wanted to eat breakfast ;(

welp now we know the distinction between the two

blow-jorb:

fairyfoolishness:

sexhaver:

i was so confused until that picture

bless whoever added it

The long kings live are the weak queen

(Source: thewolfwithinus)

archiemcphee:

The next time you reach for a toothpick consider the painstaking creations of Virginia Beach-based artist Bob Morehead, who has spent the last 30 years using wooden toothpicks and glue to create awesomely intricate sculptures and buildings.

Morehead’s treehouses and towers each consist of thousands, sometimes tens of thousands, of tiny toothpicks. But his largest work to date is Toothpick City. He’s been working on it for 8 years so far and its toothpick count is now well over 100,000.

Visit Bob Morehead’s Facebook and deviantART pages to check out more of his tremendous toothpick sculptures.

[via Twisted Sifter]

officialwhitegirls:

owyn-sama:

TOMORROW IS DECEMBER 

I REPEAT TOMORROW IS DECEMBER

why is this being brought back in september

(Source: owynsama)

sektumsempra:

musicalofethics:

me dad’s a muggle

                                                                 mam’s a witch

bitofanastyshockforhimwhenhefoundout

(Source: musicalofspooky)

awkwardsituationist:

on particularly cold days, the homeless puppies of china’s jiulongjiang forest park will bark until this canteen stove is lit by workers, and then spend hours huddled around it for warmth.

china has an estimated 130 million street dogs who are subjected to a policy of extermination in most cities (including live burial). many of the dogs are abandoned when owners move into high rise buildings that either don’t have room or don’t allow the animals.

having dogs as companion animals was only recently made legal in china, as it was considered a bourgoise pastime by mao zedong, who saw compassion for non human animals as counter revolutionary. it remains illegal to keep a dog taller than 35 centimeters in the cities, though this law is increasingly being defied.

attitudes towards animal welfare in china are changing as a growing urban middle class has seen more people wanting to keep dogs as companions. that said, it is still common for dogs to be beaten to death in the streets — often by police officers and in broad view of young children — as no animal welfare or cruelty laws yet exist in the country.

but as mang ping, a professor at china’s central institute of socialism, notes, “ancient manuscripts show that animal protection was the first activity to be regulated by the ancient dynasties,” adding, “our culture is embedded in benevolence, which is the core of buddhism [and daoism]. if we lose benevolence, we lose chinese culture.”

and benevolence, along with shifting attitudes, is what you see in these photos. no longer are the animals viewed either as food or a nuisance. learn more about dog welfare in china at animals asia foundation and the above links.