Two Female Cosplayers Got Married & Their Wedding Looked Like A Beautiful Fairytale Scene
Two Danish female cosplayers Carina and Soerine, who love to take on the roles of Supergirl and Powergirl have finally wed, and their wedding and honeymoon celebration seemed like a page plucked from a fairy tale.
He’s sitting in shit and he’s warm in it. قاعد في خرة و دفيان فيه
Egyptian expression; used to describe someone who gets comfortable in a shitty situation and stay in it even if they’re aware of how shitty it is.
“Shit, dude, do you still fuck Shahira?”
“Yeah man, I’m too lazy to find other people.”
“But she crayballssss”
“You’re sitting in shit and you’re warm in it, huh?”
Stunning Architectural Landscape Watercolor Paintings Of Russian Cities by Ekaterina Mangorielle
Moscow based artist Ekaterina Mangorielle creates stunning, ethereal watercolor illustrations of Russian architecture. She told Bored Panda,
“I like working with watercolor and I’ve started painting about a year and a half ago. But to tell the truth I have always been connected with various art forms. When I went to school, I attended extra classes in art school, we draw with different materials there except watercolor, and I have never been thinking about professional painting with watercolors until 2015. Several years after graduation from technical university, I started studying photo manipulation technique in Photoshop, training photography, and then suddenly discovered soap making. Finally I’ve came to the material I had never studied in art school – watercolor.
So in these watercolor landscapes you will see architectural sights and places of Russian cities I like most of all.”
Duk-Duk is a secret society, part of the traditional culture of the Tolai people of the Rabaul area of New Britain, the largest island in the Bismarck Archipelago of Papua New Guinea.
Duk-Duk has religious and political objectives, and represents a form of law and order through its presiding spirits.
In ritual dances, members of the society invoke the male spirit duk duk and female spirit tubuan depending on which mask the dancer wears.
Women and children were forbidden to look at these figures.
The society has secret signs and rituals, and festivals which were closed to strangers on pain of death.
Justice was executed, fines extorted, taboos, feasts, taxes and all
tribal matters are arranged by the Duk-Duk members. In carrying out punishments, they would burn
houses and even kill people. Dancers wearing the tubuan masks were regarded as divine beings whose judgment and actions could never be questioned.
Mug Yourself encourages you to express your sense of humor on a daily basis on your cup of jo.They combine a vintage aesthetic compromised of mental enamel and modern engraved sentences, for people who love originality and all things quirky.
The artist behind the charming mugs confesses, “My passion is to create one of a kind items, with the use of modern equipment. I always wanted to give people a chance to have something special, something just for them.
That’s why I’ve made Mug Yourself. To give unique mugs, for someone special. Because every one of us is a special person!”