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fuck it the whole cosplay excitement has sucked all of the energy for the evening out of me

*grumbles*

#I'm going to skip two things probably#one is important one less so#but this is my month and I can do this#fuck off bad conscience#I don't want to go back into the living for what I must do#not quite yet

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress
Callot Soeurs, 1923
The Meadow Brook Hall Historic Costume Collection

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress

Callot Soeurs, 1923

The Meadow Brook Hall Historic Costume Collection

#*sighs*#pretteh#fabulous fabric friday#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

I get to dress up for working during a comic book convention tomorrow but I only learned that like two hours ago

at the moment ideas are either Delirium or Link, anyone else got anything really simple, not revealing and suitable for catering work?

#I've been bouncing about/researching for hours#and kicking myself for not having either of my 'proper' cosplays ready#on the other hand the con they're for is two months away

One of the most insightful things I’ve ever read about eating disorders and body esteem in general was a comment on my blog a while ago that I regret being unable to find now. The writer was saying that most people think girls want to be skinny because of Hollywood and Vogue. This girl wanted to be skinny because she wanted to be a protagonist. She didn’t expose herself to mainstream fashion magazines or TV; she was interested in art films and books and indie music. But no matter how alternative the movie, the protagonist was almost always skinny. And wanting to be a protagonist means wanting to be someone, as most people do. Apparently, your story is only worth hearing, you’re only someone, if you’re skinny—it’s like, the blueprint of a human. Once that’s down, you’re allowed to be as interesting and protagonist-y as you want! Apparently. No matter how much people our age have been raised on girl power and believe in yourself and you are beautiful, ignoring the beauty standards of the culture we live in is close to impossible. And as this lady pointed out, these standards and expectations exist outside mainstream culture like reality TV and tabloids; they exist in punk and indie cultures, in “artsy” Tumblr cultures that are all about looking like a fairy, but only if you’re a skinny white girl.

#an important thought#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue#words words words

Huh I woke up all ready to make a long to do list and stuff because today is my ~working day but I can’t think of more than three points

also I found out where the Winter King works in our Student Union. He organizes the societies, which means I’ll get emails from him all the time now noI’mokaythisdoesn’tmakemefeelawkwardatall

#well okay today is also the first day I'm back at habitrpg#which has another six or seven dailies#soooo#also lots of sunshine and sleep and creativity over here#so in general doing very well#my life

#hello yes badass ladies all the badass ladies#art#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

archiemcphee:

Norway has just emerged as a challenger for Japan’s title as Masters of Awesome Cuteness. These photos were taken on the set of “Piip-Show”, a live reality tv show following the lives of a cast comprised of wild birds and the occasional squirrel. Conceived by Norwegian freelance photographer Magne Klann, the show takes place on a set which is an outdoor bird feeder modeled after Java, a well-known coffee shop in Oslo, Norway.

“Different personalities meet inside the bar. Among others a short tempered nuthatch, a blue tit with the memory of a gold fish, a happy-go-lucky great tit, and a depressed bullfinch. Like in any other bar there is bickering, petty theft, fighting and attempts at romance”.

We can’t help but try to pair these animals with various cast members from Seinfeld.

Billed as the very first reality show for birds, the “Piip-Show" is a three-month-long project that’s being broadcast live on the Norwegian broadcasting network NRK.

Click here to watch the “Piip-Show” online

[via Junkculture]

(via adrinkofgreenelixir)

#so sweet and weird and awesome#animals#photography#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

theorthodoxbritreturns:

the-gas-station:

Ani, the city of a thousand and one churches

Via The Atlantic In Focus

Ani, a sad but beautiful reminder of the History of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The city once rivalled Baghdad and Constantinople in its beauty and was marveled on by Byzantines and Turks who presented themselves at the homes of the Armenian King and Bishop of the city. Now it lies in ruins, leaving the skeletons of Churches which were once filled by the people of the World’s oldest Christian nation.

(via maggieblueberry)

#broken things <3#this is also really interesting#architecture#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue