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"tea is just leaf water!" "yeah well coffee is just bean water!" wow, it’s. it’s like everything is made of things. this door is just wood rectangle. this poster is just ink paper. this lemonade is just lemon water. wow, it’s like you can combine ingredients to make things that are more enjoyable than the initial parts of the equation. sure is a magical world we live in

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Commissions for bybystarlight, a wonderful artist and human being - go follow her if you aren’t already!

The first is a friend-gift using this reference sheet (so cute!), and I got complete free reign for the second. So it’s a new character I’ve been working on! (She might or might not be related to these guys. Hhhehehe.)

Thank you so much, bybystarlight! These were really fun to work on, I hope you like them!! ♥

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How Long Does It Take to Read Popular Books?

Going by the average reading rate of most adults (300 words per minute), Personal Creations mocked up this infographic to put some of literature’s most popular works into perspective.

Via Electric Lit.

The Wheel of Time * by Robert Jordan (and Brandon Sanderson)














245 Hours, 4,410,036 Words

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September 11, 1995

DIC’s English-dubbed rendition of the anime adaptation of Naoko Takeuchi’s Sailor Moon debuts on American television. Compared to its predecessors, it suffered only minor modifications from the original Japanese version. In particular, Usagi/Serena’s lamentations about the size of her breasts were removed, Sailor Moon’s “Moon Heart Vasectomy” finishing attack was renamed (to “Lunar Scalpel Magic”), and Loonie, a wise-cracking robot, was added to the series for the first ten or so episodes. Everyone at the DIC offices agreed this was tasteful and necessary, right up until they found Loonie’s voice actor bound and gagged at the foot of the office’s Inspector Gadget statue.

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Penny Red | Why We’re Winning: Social Justice Warriors and the New Culture War


"Gender isn’t a game you can play and win by brutalising and harassing and shaming and hurting the other ‘side.’ Ultimately, there is no other side. Gender oppression is structural. Everybody loses, in the long term, because everybody has to live in a culture where it’s normal to hound women out of their homes for daring to demand fairer treatment, normal to shame girls and queer people into silence for suggesting that there might be other interesting stories to tell. There is no way to win this game, except by not playing at all."

"This is a culture war. The right side is winning, at great cost. At great personal costs to people like Anita Sarkeesian, Leigh Alexander, Zoe Quinn and even Jennifer Lawrence, and countless others who are on the frontlines of creating new worlds for women, for girls, for everyone who believes that stories matter and there are too many still untold. We are winning. We are winning because we are more resourceful, more compassionate, more culturally aware. We’re winning because we know what it’s like to fight through adversity, through shame and pain and constant reminders of our own worthlessness, and come up punching. We know we’re winning because the terrified rage of a million mouthbreathing manchild misogynists is thick as nerve gas in the air right now."

Laurie Penny is usually pretty good. This is a step above and beyond.

(Source: johnbodyheat, via goblinsociety)

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when you accidentally type ong instead of omg



Hey, it’s Ong, the Awvataur!

(Seriously, the most hilarious thing about that movie was that they couldn’t be troubled to settle on one pronunciation for “Avatar.”)

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