beginning stuff

beautifullydisconnected  asked:

Tom finally becoming a Calvin Klein model, and every time he got new merchandise to try on so that he could promote, he'd give you a little fashion show. And one day they begin sending you stuff as well, so you can be matching at times. So Tom is like "Babe, you have to model this stuff for me", so you decide to give him a little show. You'd have put on the underwear set, and then layered on the clothes, and slowly would begin stripping each layer away, and ooo boy would he be feeling it.

fuck fuck fuck

bonus: his home screen is a picture of you two laying in bed, your leg slung over his hip while you’re both rocking the calvins 

steamy sunday

Radar Rider

Peridot wins several large props from the Camp Pining Hearts set in an online auction, but her triumph is short lived when customs will not let the props be shipped from Canada. Determined to recreate the CPH set at home, Peridot “borrows” a plane left at the barn by Andy and begins covertly moving her stuff to the barn. Peridot’s skill at below the radar flight causes other people to ask her to transport their stuff, and she thinks nothing of it. Steven and Lapis must convince Peridot that the people asking her to move stuff are not fellow CPH enthusiasts, and get her out of the smuggling ring she has accidentally created.

anonymous asked:

Hey! I’m sorry to bother you but I’ve always been super interested in taxidermy to the point that i would really enjoy it to be a career, the way you have! And I’m just curious, and a bit concerned, is taxidermy a career that is pretty steady year round? Or after hunting season does it slow down so much that it’s not enough income on its own? Thank you in advance!

Hello, it’s no bother at all! An average shop will have no problem working year round. Hunting seasons are when most people bring stuff in, you take a deposit for the mount to cover costs, you skin everything, get stuff tanned, it’s hectic! It’s the rest of the year we actually begin to mount the stuff and bring in profits. From what I’ve seen it’s an average of 7-8 months before customers get their pieces back. When they pick up their mount and finish paying the balance you make the most profit, so spring and summer have the least amount of stuff coming in but the most finished mounts going out. The warmer months are also better for fish taxidermy. If you plan on starting your own business and aren’t really established yet it may be best to also have a part time job until you’re pulling in at least 40 deer a year, just in case. Good luck!


“I love that she’s unapologetically badass. There’s no back-story trying to explain something horrible that happened to her that explains who she is. No, that’s just who she is. She just is this person; no explanation needed. Just like men—when a male character comes on screen and is a badass, you just accept it. And I’m hoping that’s what fans do with Rosa. She is who she is and she just doesn’t give a shit.”- Stephanie Beatriz on her character, Rosa Diaz, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine


“What Shall I Do, Lemony Snicket?” from one of the special paperback versions of A Series of Unfortunate Events. I think this was from The Bad Beginning, or Orphans! 

I took these back in June of 2015 right after I graduated high school and was going to the campus university bookstore after our orientation and class scheduling. I’m glad I did because the bookstore doesn’t carry it anymore or else I would have totally bought it now. 

I just love these questions and answers, so I wanted to keep them as a means to laugh or smile when I was bored or upset. Now I felt like sharing them with you all. 



this got like 4 times longer than I anticipated, I’m really sorry orz It’s basic beginning stuff I guess, stuff that you must have seen everywhere already but I can’t begin to tell you how important it is, at least to me, to know what the hell that mass you’re drawing is. Even if I’m not the best at it (and even if I could use some anatomy studying lately coughcough), it’s something I’m PASSIONATE about and something I consider you have to do, to learn and absorb in order to draw people and be happy with it. Because in my case, once I kinda sorta got the hang of drawing bodies, I felt my hand free, relaxed. I felt happy as hell with what I started being able to draw and I enjoyed drawing bodies 210%