The anon inspired me so here’s some okami fandom related questions for your followers :D

  1. Favorite character?
  2. How did you first find out about Okami?
  3. What primary type of weapon do you use?
  4. Have you ever collected all of the beads?
  5. What do you like most about the game? (art, music, gameplay, combat, etc.)
  6. Okami or Okamiden?
  7. Least favorite character?
  8. Favorite species?
  9. Favorite companion in Okamiden?
  10. What boss was the most fun to fight?
  11. Least favorite boss?
  12. Favorite quote?
  13. What song did you like the best of the soundtrack?
  14. Your OTP.
  15. Saddest moment?
  16. Your favorite moment.
  17. A character you initially didn’t like at first, but something changed your mind.
  18. Any headcanons?
  19. A pairing you ship that you don’t think anyone else ships?
  20. What was the turning point for you in the game?
  21. What sidequest did you dislike the most?
  22. Favorite brush god power?
  23. What location stuck out to you?
  24. What folklore of Okami was your favorite? (the Bamboo Princess, Tongue-cut sparrow, etc.)
  25. What enemies were the most annoying?
Sumia analysis post!

It’s taken me a while, but I felt like putting together a big post covering sumia. There’s a lot of Miiverse images so it’s all under the cut!

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To my Pre-med/Medblr followers, I need some help from you. There was a post that I saw and reblogged a long long while back about a girl who had undiagnosed ADD/ADHD and struggled through her first year of medical school before getting diagnosed, and how getting diagnosed and starting medication turned her entire academic career around. If any of you know of this post or have reblogged it can you link the post in response on this post?

anonymous asked:

How did you make your aradia horns? They look so cool! :o

Actually anon I cannot take credit. I bought them online. They did not come that color though. I had to add a few of gesso to cover the original red/black plastic, and then I applied multiple coats of paint to make them the colors they are now. It took me quite a few hours though.

Btw, there’s a thing I wanna say some time ago. The fact that you have to follow me to answer my messages if I ‘fan-mailed’ you disturbs me a bit. I don’t think this is really fair to be forced to follow someone just to talk, you follow someone if you want to.

So if I am in your followed blogs because you had to add me, feel free to un-follow me if you want. I won’t be mad at you, I totally understand. (I can’t know who are un-following me anyway ^^;)

See ya~ 

“Here’s what I know about Dean Winchester”

In case no one told you growing up
  • Bras last longer if you let them air dry. Don’t put them in the dryer.
  • If you have a problem with frizzy hair, don’t dry your hair with a towel. It makes the frizzies worse. (I recently read an article that said to use a t-shirt? I brush mine out and let it air dry.)
  • Whites wash best in hot water. Everything else can be in cold - save on your electricity bill.
  • You can kill 99.9% of germs in a sponge by putting it in the dishwasher for a cycle or by microwaving it for 2 min (be sure to make the sponge damp before microwaving and to put a cup half full of water in with it and please DO NOT squeeze the sponge until it has cooled off)
  • Airing out your room/house and letting sunlight in every so often can decrease the number of household pests like silverfish and ants.
  • Black underwear is best during your period as stains are less likely to be visible.
  • To save money, put aside 10% of each paycheck into a savings account. It’ll add up.
  • Unless your hair has something on/in it (like grease or mud or something), using conditioner first can actually be the better choice. The conditioner holds in the good oils that help you hair look sleek and beautiful, which shampoo would otherwise wash away.
  • Speaking of shampoo - if you have long hair, washing just the bits that touch your scalp is generally enough. The rest of your hair gets cleaned with just the run off from your scalp.
  • If you put a tampon in and it’s uncomfortable/you can feel it, you didn’t do it quite right. A properly placed tampon is virtually unnoticeable by the wearer.
  • Apply deodorant/antiperspirant a couple hours in advanced of when you need it. This gives the product the chance to block your sweat glands. Using deodorant just before going somewhere where you’ll sweat (this means walking outside for people in high humidity places) results in your sweat washing the deodorant off and starkly limiting its usefulness.
  • After running the dryer, use the dryer sheet from that load to brush out the lint catch - it gets everything off in a fraction of the time it’ll take you to get it clean with your bare hands. Paper towels also work well.
  • Wash your face everyday, or as often as possible. Forget which brand of cleanser is best. Just washing your face everyday will guarantee you clearer skin. And do you best not to pop pimples, as tempting as the urge may be.
  • Fold laundry asap after taking it from the dryer to avoid wrinkles. This may seem obvious for dress shirts and silly for things like t-shirts, but you’ll notice the difference even then once your shirts stop looking like unfolded paper balls.