childhood evolution

The Ladies’ Home Journal, May 1949

Wikipedia says that “Dennis the Menace is a daily syndicated newspaper comic strip originally created, written, and illustrated by Hank Ketcham. It debuted on March 12, 1951, in 16 newspapers and was originally distributed by Post-Hall Syndicate.” 

But this comic by Ketcham two years earlier sure looks like Dennis! 

“I’m Gonna Rock Your World!”

This was my OTP back in the day~ 

A fit of nostalgia has me rewatching this series and I’m 100% ok with admitting I judge an episode on how much Lancitty is in it on whether I liked the episode or not, with the exception of some elements~

Seriously, though, I have some bad fanart from ‘09 of these two and I loved this damn show and will never be over it and gah~!!! <3

weird movie masterpost pt. 5

Pom Poko (1994) - shape-shifting raccoons must defend their home from urban development

Logorama (2009) - an animated short about a world made of logos

Bottle (2010) - an unusual stop-motion short about an unlikely conversation

Evolution (2015) - a young boy lives on a strange island with a questionable practices (via @danieldankovskiy & @windandhurricane)

Make Me Psychic (1978) - a duck buys a device to make herself psychic

Double King (2017) - a power hungry king will stop at nothing to get all the crowns

Spy Kids (2001) - two kids become spies to save their parents and the world

Videodrome (1983) - the president of a trashy tv channel goes too far when looking for new content

Aachi & Ssipak (2006) - in this dystopian future the government monitors everyone’s poops

*movies with links available on youtube

**send me recs for pt. 6

***pt. 1 // pt. 2 // pt. 3 // pt. 4

anonymous asked:

i just saw art of ur idea for a heathers x-men au and now i want to know EVERYTHING about it! tell me more tell me more please!

The specific version of the AU I was talking to Miranda about was one where Ciaran ( @larvaloverlord ) and I have @heathersadapt Jason and Ronnie shoved into it too. Because we assigned different powers to musical JD and Veronica + movie JD and Veronica, they fit together nicely to add more mutant variety.

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The unconscious is the chapter of my history that is marked by a blank or occupied by a lie: It is the censored chapter.

The unconscious is the chapter of my history that is marked by a blank or occupied by a lie: It is the censored chapter. But the truth can be re-found, most often it has already been written elsewhere. Namely, in … the hysterical symptom [that] manifests the structure of a language, and is deciphered like an inscription which, once recovered, can be destroyed without serious loss; in archival documents, too: these are my childhood memories; in semantic evolution: this corresponds to the stock of words and acceptations of my own particular vocabulary, as it does to my style of life and my character; in traditions, too, and even in the legends which … convey my history.

Lacan - Ecrits, The Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis” (1953)


           The emergence of the young girl’s puberty announces the beginning of her adolescence. An intriguing and delicate moment where discoveries and asphyxia intertwine. Synonyms of life and blossoming, plants are metaphoric actresses of certain steps of this human and mental transformation. The body develops and blossoms without warning.

          From breast growth to the appearance of periods, this change of state becomes a fight with oneself: growing, accepting one’s metamorphosis, cutting through the chrysalis… In front of the incomprehension of all these things changing, modesty sets in. Malaise from a sometimes toxic upheaval. They become conscious of their appearance, and little by little, of their inner changes. They become curious, attracted to danger and risk. They get out of their cocoon, timidly and silently.


          L’apparition de la puberté chez la fille annonce le début de son adolescence. Un passage de la vie intriguant et délicat où s’entremêlent découvertes et asphyxie. Synonyme de vie et d’éclosion, les plantes sont ici les actrices métaphoriques de certaines étapes de cette transformation humaine tant physique que mentale. Le corps se développe et bourgeonne sans crier gare.

           De la poussée des seins à l'apparition des règles, ce changement d’état devient un combat avec soi-même : grandir, accepter sa métamorphose, percer la chrysalide…  Face à l’incompréhension de toutes ces choses qui changent, la pudeur s’installe. Mal-être ressenti d’un bouleversement parfois toxique. On prend conscience de son apparence et, petit à petit, de ce qu'il se passe en nous. On devient curieuse, attirée par le danger, le risque. On sort du cocon, timidement et en silence.

Photography by Charlotte Abramow + Plants creation by Duy Anh Nhan Duc

Fashion by Caroline Nedelec / Make-up by Virginie Rascle / Hair by Jonathan Dadoun

The amazing 11-years-old is Thémis