Novel idea: modern rewrite of Cyrano de Bergerac. Replace big nose with neckbeard, dueling with TF2.
This is my cat when she was 3.
It was her 19th birthday a couple of weeks ago. With the way her health has been declining in the last few months, it was probably her last birthday.
I’m not sure where I’m going with this.
It just breaks my heart to see how old and lonely she is. She’s lost other kitty-friends during her long life. And I’m far away too now. I wish there was a way she could understand that I’m thinking of her and that I’ll always come back. She’s always so sad when I have to leave.
I’m just scared that it will happen while I’m far away from her. I want to be there to tell her everything will be ok. She’s always been my best buddy. I can’t stand the thought of her leaving this world feeling scared and lonely. Thinking that I forgot about her. I just hope I won’t be far away when it happens. Unfortunately I can’t really control these things. I just wish there was a way she could know I’ll always come back when I’m needed.
I think sleep deprivation is making me too emotional.
LOOK AT THIS PICTURE OF ME AND THIS GOAT
The only group I’ve ever seen that’s whiter than France’s racist, far right party is Women Against Feminism.
Don’t feel personally oppressed enough to justify being a feminist? (We all know other people don’t matter after all) Wow, I wonder if that has to do with being white, middle class and living in the western world!
And this is why intersectionality matters.
"Do you want to go rafting?"
*no idea what it is*
*looks it up later on*
Oh fuck it involves water
Oksana Badrak is an extremely talented illustrator and concept artist from Moscow, Russia. She creates dreamy pop/kitsch imagery using mixed-media – this approach consists of a rich combination of digital technology with meticulously hand painted elements. The resulting surreal imagery presents a fantastical visual experience made from various amalgamations of graphic fiction and tightly rendered reality. Her work’s inspired from everything from Asian supermarkets to the Southern California desert. This creates a very distinctive style; it fuses an enticing and balanced landscape of pop-culture icons with organic world depictions.
Why having friends who live all around the world is awesome: I’m going to Canada next week!