Pictures from the hunt as requested, featuring uncles bretoni Mari.
Guess which coffee cup is mine. 8D

catsbeaversandducks:

8 Deadly Catsins

Illustrations by ©Marija Tiurina - Via Bored Panda

yunghau5:

swedish is real

ladytitanium:

youve-been-daft-punkd:

aluox:

faggitvekubby:

imagine if people were born with traits based on their zodiac signs so like aries had ram horns and hoofs like a satyr and shit how rad would that be

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the fuck does a virgo get

a chainsaw, probably

crochetmelovely:

Icelandic Ram Yarn Bomb.

crochetmelovely:

Icelandic Ram Yarn Bomb.

Played 237,492 times

reeves3:

chosenone487x:

sweet jesus

holy shit.

(Source: sam-the-friendly-ghost)

I don’t understand tumblr recommendations… They’ll just… shove posts that I have liked on my dash like “HEY LOOK AT THIS YOU MIGHT LIKE THIS!” and I’m like… Yes. I already did. See the little heart I pressed. And then I get to see the exact same post dozen times a day afterwards.

impsexual:

Anime has ruined me.

cupcakedrawings:

buttart:

jessfink:

erikamoen:

Today at Oh Joy Sex Toy, famed porno cartoonist extraordinaire JESS FINK talks to us about erotic comics!

I did a guest strip for Erika Moen’s wonderful, Oh Joy Sex Toy!

this is a great piece and i like it a lot!

Ohmygod someone finally said it!I thought I was alone

cupcakedrawings:

buttart:

jessfink:

erikamoen:

Today at Oh Joy Sex Toy, famed porno cartoonist extraordinaire JESS FINK talks to us about erotic comics!

I did a guest strip for Erika Moen’s wonderful, Oh Joy Sex Toy!

this is a great piece and i like it a lot!

Ohmygod someone finally said it!
I thought I was alone

myrrde:

dragonsmirk:

Have you seen Scandinavia and the World? I think it’s funny though I definitely don’t get all the jokes.

Yeah, I’ve seen it, there is some hilarious stuff there. X’) Finland is pretty perfectly done. :’DDDDDDD

myrrde:

dragonsmirk:

Have you seen Scandinavia and the World? I think it’s funny though I definitely don’t get all the jokes.

Yeah, I’ve seen it, there is some hilarious stuff there. X’) Finland is pretty perfectly done. :’DDDDDDD

(Source: 9thousandmiles)

Fuck yeah I am the technology god! We’ve been having some odd problems with our internet since it just decided to cut my gf’s comp off. No other computer, wifi works and everything, but it just decided to give a big ass fuck you to that particular computer. In the end figured the problem was in the modem, so we switched to our old, but that resulted into net being cut off of random computer at a time, but managed to get them to work eventually! \o/ 

In the end I have no idea what I did or what the problem originally was but fuck that we have internet. Have been fighting with this for a week now so a personal victory to me! 8D

myrrdesketchbook:

Wanted to give him color but have to stop for now.
Sneeky sneek Ikrimah. I love this hiisi so much. 

myrrdesketchbook:

Wanted to give him color but have to stop for now.

Sneeky sneek Ikrimah. I love this hiisi so much. 

ptjtsubasa:

Today I read Mahou Tsukai no Yome by Kore Yamazaki.

15-year-old Chise has been an unwanted child for her whole life, because she can see fairies and other supernatural beings. He ends up in a human auction where he’s purchased by Ellias Ainsworth, a magus with a skull for a head.

Ellias frees Chise and makes her his apprentice and future bride. He’s no mortal man, however, and it’s pretty clear that his interest in Chise is something else than desire.

Chise is a rare case among those who have magical abilities, because she’s able to stockpile magical energy from her surroundings to a far greater degree than most humans. This also places a lot of stress on her body, though, which causes her to sleep for days afterwards, and supposedly dooms her to an early death. Ellias seems to have some plan concerning this, though.

Chise and Ellias start living together in his countryhouse near London and regularly embark to take on various magical odd jobs. There are dragons, fairies and magical cats living just under the radar for regular people.

The world-building feels strong and logical, and draws largely from Celtic myths. The art is also extremely impressive. It’s hard to believe that the author has previously only created a curious-sounding two-volume romance series, which sadly has not been translated.

The series was originally published in Mag Garden’s Monthly Comic Blade, which recently ceased publication. A new web magazine will replace it in September, though, and the series will continue there.

Apparently the first volume alone has sold 100 000 copies, so I expect great things from this one. It even already has an official Twitter account.