Hello and welcome to my blog. My Name is Veronika. I am 17, a slytherclaw, and I am Canadian.

Read the Printed Word!

iwantthecas:

wayward-sons-and-fallen-angels:

Sams face

he’s so worried

Dean is confused beyond belief

(Source: sgtbuckybrnes)


posssibly:

Someone carved this into a table backstage. I don’t know who it was but to think that I may have encountered them at one point or even just read their name somewhere on a wall is amazing.

posssibly:

Someone carved this into a table backstage. I don’t know who it was but to think that I may have encountered them at one point or even just read their name somewhere on a wall is amazing.



Consider my body a canvas,
your tongue a brush.
You know how I feel about
blank pages,
open spaces.

Emptiness is there for you to fill it.

You have a lot of
catching up
to do.
"Body Paint" Trista Mateer (via tristamateer)

oceanashenue:

so today my ap art history teacher was teaching us about Hapshetsut the only female pharaoh and he was like “have you seen women they can pop out a baby and be like alright let’s go” and then he walked over to this guy and aimed his fist towards his balls and the guy flinched and held his crotch so he was like “men may be stronger but women are tougher” and then he said “so when someone tells you to grow a pair, they mean ovaries”


theangelsnebula:

“When I was eight, I was confused about being called ‘bossy’ because I wanted to direct the plays that we would put on for our parents. But the boys were not. When at 14, I started to be sexualized by certain elements of the media. When at 15, my girlfriends started dropping out of their beloved sports teams because they didn’t want to appear ‘muscle-y.’ When at 18, my males friends were unable to express their feelings; I decided that I was a feminist.” 

theangelsnebula:

When I was eight, I was confused about being called ‘bossy’ because I wanted to direct the plays that we would put on for our parents. But the boys were not. When at 14, I started to be sexualized by certain elements of the media. When at 15, my girlfriends started dropping out of their beloved sports teams because they didn’t want to appear ‘muscle-y.’ When at 18, my males friends were unable to express their feelings; I decided that I was a feminist.” 


spacedbitch:

rameysaurus:

nevver:

Do it yourself doodler

I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT

I love these. And I love how she’s in a really blatant sex position but artists are like look at this art genre I can do and be super creative. It’s so cool. I wish I could draw.


amuseoffyre:

jean-luc-gohard:

parskis:

I honestly can’t believe this right now. I was complaining to my bf about some Kotex tampons I had used, going on a bit of a rant about how bad they were, and on a whim I decided to go to the website and leave a review so other people who might get them would know better.
I’ve never written a tampon review in my life (it’s not something I ever anticipated doing) so I had a little fun getting very passionate about my thoughts, and then went to submit…. Only to receive the words: ‘Your review text contains inappropriate language.’ I was confused at first, I mean I was pretty emphatic, but I didn’t cuss at all… and then I realized: I had typed the word ‘vagina.’ 

You can’t type the word ‘vagina’ on a TAMPON review because it’s considered inappropriate.

KOTEX, a company that makes OVER A BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR primarily selling products to people with vaginas, thinks that someone typing the word “VAGINA” in a review of a product that goes IN THEIR VAGINA is being inappropriate and needs to be censored.

I retyped “v*gina” with an asterisk like it was a swear word, submitted and it went to preview mode with no problem. But I’m still kind of in shock… Honestly, what is wrong with Kotex that they think they need to protect tampon users from the word ‘vagina’?

If you didn’t think our society’s fear of the vagina was absurd, here you go. It’s cartoonish.

Where are we meant to put them? Does the box say “Insert into your Hoohoo”?



I don’t want to write that down, but I don’t want to keep it in my head.
— Andrea Gibson (via bornbetweentwosigns)

(Source: kaabradl)


authorsarahdessen:

liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.

This is so great

LOVE. 


cartel:

The worst part about being there for everybody is that no one ever bothers to ask if you’re okay or not


podkins:

Crafty Minx is brilliant!  Check out her Crochet Symbols 101 via the link.  Bookmark for sure!


theheirsofdurin:

…cursed for craving gold!


spookywincests:

because-donuts:

the-quagmire-poet:

everyone needs this on their blog. everyone.

#arrives 15 minutes late to the apocalypse with starbucks #and he isnt happy

#my milkshake doesn’t bring boys to the yard since they y’all fighting 

spookywincests:

because-donuts:

the-quagmire-poet:

everyone needs this on their blog. everyone.

#arrives 15 minutes late to the apocalypse with starbucks #and he isnt happy

#my milkshake doesn’t bring boys to the yard since they y’all fighting 

(Source: tinysteve)


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