Silly Billy

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I'm Jocelyn and I go to SCAD.
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  1. ghost-nappa:

    boostopherpikewood:

    parents gone for the night

    you know what that means

    *lets in stray cats*

    party time

    image

    (Source: bruceykinns, via shokerr)

  2. insidemycar:

sweet tea appreciation post
insidemycar:

sweet tea appreciation post
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    insidemycar:

    sweet tea appreciation post

    (via felidae00)

  3. "

    Shortly after Kathryn Tucker started RedRover, an app that showcases local events for kids, she pitched the idea to an angel investor at a New York tech event. But it didn’t go over well. When she finished her pitch, the investor said he didn’t invest in women.

    When she asked why, he told her. “I don’t like the way women think,” he said. “They haven’t mastered linear thinking.” To prove his point, he explained that his wife could never prioritize her to-do lists properly. And then, as if he was trying to compliment her, he told Tucker she was different. “You’re more male,” he said.

    Tucker didn’t need to hear any more. “I said, ‘Thanks very much,’ walked out, and never spoke to him again,” she recalled earlier this year, as part of a panel discussion on “fundraising while female” at the annual Internet Week conference in New York.

    "

  4. sherlock-awa-holmes:

Just to clarify 
sherlock-awa-holmes:

Just to clarify 
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    sherlock-awa-holmes:

    Just to clarify 

    (via shirabliss)

  5. titaniagigante:

    mimimariet:

    An extra hour in the ballpit! Alriiight!

    image

    I CAN HEAR HER

    (via ghiralesbian)

  6. ex-wife:

    ofools:

    it begins

    this could be us but you playing

    (via ghiralesbian)

  7. queerbriel:

    welcome to womens clothing where the sizes are made up and the measurements don’t matter

    (via remuslupinly)

  8. scarecrowartist:

Watched more Addams family over the weekend and I JUST FRICKIN LOVE FRANKY AND ROBIN AS GOMEZ AND MORTICIA.So I redid it. scarecrowartist:

Watched more Addams family over the weekend and I JUST FRICKIN LOVE FRANKY AND ROBIN AS GOMEZ AND MORTICIA.So I redid it.
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    scarecrowartist:

    Watched more Addams family over the weekend and I JUST FRICKIN LOVE FRANKY AND ROBIN AS GOMEZ AND MORTICIA.
    So I redid it.

    (via kiltyascharged)


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  10. originalskins:

    thehansoloist:

    These photos were taken a few seconds apart.

    You have no idea how much I love this. Not even the slightest.

    (via itsthesamwow)


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    (Source: sofasofia, via paleocat)

  12. chaos7:

robots are actually a great opportunity for odd stylization 
chaos7:

robots are actually a great opportunity for odd stylization 
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    chaos7:

    robots are actually a great opportunity for odd stylization 

    (via thelof9)

  13. cyberfricking:

    sixpenceee:

    SPENT is an online game about surviving poverty and homelessness. Players must make the difficult decisions necessary to live for one month on $1,000, often having to choose between equally disagreeable options. The game ends when players either run out of money before the end of the month or make it through with money left over.

    PLAY SPENT HERE

    PLAY SPENT HERE

    PLAY SPENT HERE

    show this to the republican party

    (via cruxite-cherub)

  14. heroineimages:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

everywhencomics:

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:
The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 
Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online
Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective
Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

I find this awesome and I thought Calyps might find this useful in his work.

Awesome!

Many thanks to Adelruna for sending me links to these Eastern and Middle-Eastern historical and semi-historical battle attire. I posted several and have set two or three aside for future use in the main blog. Really cool stuff.
heroineimages:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

everywhencomics:

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:
The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 
Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online
Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective
Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

I find this awesome and I thought Calyps might find this useful in his work.

Awesome!

Many thanks to Adelruna for sending me links to these Eastern and Middle-Eastern historical and semi-historical battle attire. I posted several and have set two or three aside for future use in the main blog. Really cool stuff.
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    heroineimages:

    calyps-iswearimakemods:

    everywhencomics:

    kapwacollective:

    “While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:

    The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 

    Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online

    Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective

    Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

    I find this awesome and I thought Calyps might find this useful in his work.

    Awesome!

    Many thanks to Adelruna for sending me links to these Eastern and Middle-Eastern historical and semi-historical battle attire. I posted several and have set two or three aside for future use in the main blog. Really cool stuff.

    (Source: angbanwa, via itsthesamwow)