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anonymous asked:

Has Batman ever had encounters with Harley and Ivy as Bruce Wayne? Would he ever try using that part of his identity to help them or any other of his rogues, for things like trying to start a new life away from villainy and such?

Someone was in Bruce Wayne’s office, and there was no graceful way to avoid them without making it obvious that he knew they were in there. There was a smell in the air like mulch and roses.

He had no frame of reference for what would constitute a normal amount of things to notice, and so chose to err on the side of oblivious moron.

If there’d been a smell like marzipan dipped in bleach, he might have chosen differently.

“Heya, Mister Wayne,” Harley Quinn greeted, sitting on his desk. She waved as much with her feet as her hands. He closed the door behind him.

Bruce considered his response. Hopefully his momentary indecision with regard to his facial expression could pass for surprise, or confusion, or fear. “Hello, Dr. Quinzel.”

“Don’t worry,” she said. “I’m not with Jay no more.”

“She’s with me,” Poison Ivy said.

“Hello, Dr. Isley.”

“I really prefer Ivy.”

“Dr. Ivy,” he corrected.

“Doncha love the way he says doctor?” Harley asked Ivy.

“Charming,” Ivy said. She did not sound charmed.

“I told her we oughta come talk to ya,” Harley explained, “on account of you’re a real nice guy an’ all.”

“Thank you?”

“I was just going to kill you,” Ivy added.

“Thank you. For not doing that.”

“Isn’t he just like a puppy?” Harley asked, pressing her hands to her cheeks.

“You can’t keep him.”

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Hello Lovelies!

Today’s DIY is one of my favourite, super easy, ways to make your fabrics look so cute with the help of bleach!

1. Dip the eraser end of a pencil into bleach

2.Then use the eraser to create beautiful patterns on dark fabrics such as napkins or curtain.

Enjoy, Robin x

What is that bug in my aquarium?

Planaria, flatworms

Probably the most commonly suggested answer for “what is this in my aquarium?” It isn’t usually what it is though. They appear to be almost like leeches (variety of colors) and are found in shrimp tanks mostly as they love their food and molts. They will feed off fish eggs and baby shrimps. If you have too many you’re overfeeding. Manually removing them from the glass when you see them is the safest method of removal. Medium sized fish will eat them too.

 Copepods, Cyclops

These cute little guys are the most common critter to get into your aquarium. They swim in jerky motions on the glass. Absolutely harmless and a wonderful food source for small fish and fry.

Water Fleas, Daphnia

Little reindeer. They swim in bouncy jerky motions through the water. Harmless and a great source of food for fish and fry. 

Seed Shrimp, Ostracoda

Think bigger copepods in movement and behavior. They are harmless and good cleanup crews. They’re the springtails of aquariums.


These little worms swim in S motions and are super common. They’re annoying to both fish and the people looking in, but otherwise harmless. Siphoning them out is often the best method of removal. Fish will sometimes eat them if they can catch them too.

Freshwater Limpet - Acroloxus lacustris

Slugs basically… They’re small and slow moving and harmless. Really hard to get rid of like snails. Sometimes mistaken as newly hatched nerites. Bleach dips are really the only way to really get rid of them.


Probably the only thing that will cause real problems, and only if you have small fry or baby shrimp. These guys aren’t too challenging to get rid of. Fenbonazol works really well at a normal dose. Manually removing them works well also. They aren’t a big issue unless you have an overwhelming amount of them.

NSFW AHEAD, you have been warned!

Just finished my commission and now I am going to proceed in dipping my brain in Bleach because now everytime I close my eyes it’s skin pores and lines and stuff that appears….

Hope it is to your liking!

( and my apologies Misha if ,size-wise, it’s not accurate. * shrug* I had to look up tutorials on how to draw dicks for this , don’t laugh.)

1 down , 2 to go.

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