have you seen this man

Hope of Morty

Look, I know there’s like a million Hope of Morning vids already, but trust me. This is a Rick Sanchez song.

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You will give the people of Earth an ideal to strive towards. They will race behind you. They will stumble. They will fall. But in time, they will join you in the sun, Kal. In time, you will help them accomplish wonders.

Appointment in Samarra

A merchant of Baghdad was sipping tea in his garden when his servant ran up to him, breathless and trembling.
“Master,” he cried. “I have just seen Death in your garden. She pointed at me with such a ghastly stare that I knew she had come for me.”
“So you have seen Death,” the merchant replied, “as each man must. I understand your alarm.”
“I must leave Baghdad and go far away from Death. I have a brother in Samarra. I will go there tonight, Master, and escape my fate.”
“Then take my swiftest horse, and go with my blessing.”
As the hoofbeats of the fleeing servant faded in his ears, the merchant, curious, walked through his gardens to confront Death.
“My servant has done no harm. Why do you disturb him with your ghastly stare?”
Death smiled. “I did not mean to. I was merely surprised to see him in Baghdad when I have an appointment with him this evening, at his brother’s house in Samarra.”

old illustration from last year
published in Cricket magazine

“I’m the lead singer in this band because he can’t hear very well. But I’d like to say that he’s a wonderful man. You should have seen him when we met in 1953. Green eyes. Black hair. A little gray on the side. All my girlfriends were so jealous. He had no money so he sold his best suit to buy me fruit and flowers. I used to get entire letters from him that were written in verse. He still writes in verse– but just little notes now. I think he might have run out of verse.”

(Moscow, Russia)

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“Well I deal in sugar, Sugar. And you’re the sweetest damn thing I’ve ever seen.”

Trust us Ostara, we agree 😍😍😍.

Some real nice art

Take a breather, Tumblr. You made it to another Friday. We hope that means it’s time for you to sit back and relax. We found a bunch of artists making really precious art stuff for all of us to enjoy. Let these blogs soothe your weary, end-of-week eyes.

Fuzzy Yellow (@heyfuzzyyellow​)

What’s Fuzzy Yellow? Fuzzy Yellow is just like, this yellow, fuzzy friend whose defining characteristic are that they are who they are and they’re happy with it. Fuzzy Yellow, and their creator Måns Swanberg (@mansswanberg​), are all about being yourself.

Originally posted by chibird

Chibird (@chibird​​)

Chibird aims to put cute and motivational drawings on your dashboard with regularity, and man, do they deliver. Have you ever seen a bear with a pair of cuter cheeks? “No,” is what you probably just said.

Originally posted by thefrizzkid

Frizz Kid (@thefrizzkid​​)

Follow Frizz Kid for fuzzy feelings. They’re socially-conscious, and they’re making art about it. If you want a dose of aspirational social justice that comes in a perfectly square form on a semi-regular schedule…well, that is very specific, and we just so happen to recommend this blog right here.

Originally posted by istillhaveanxiety

I Still Have Anxiety (@istillhaveanxiety​​)

Some people might never understand how a block of cheese product could give someone anxiety. That’s okay. Other people probably have their own story about how sometimes this stuff just happens. That’s okay too. This blog knows the importance of acknowledging your own struggles. To ignore them, or to pack them down to some dark, bad, unknown place is often the worst thing you can do for your own mental health.

Originally posted by hillergoodspeed

The Illustration of H. Goodspeed (@hillergoodspeed​​)

These illustrations are simple and their messages are good. If your mom buys you a shirt and you like it, you should let the world know. And you should definitely let your mom know.

between the devil & the deep blue sea (m)

cr. 

Words: 28,455. (rip)

Genre: Pirate Jimin au + smut, fluff, angst.

Pairing: Jimin x Reader.

Summary: “No matter the endeavour you were on, no matter the storms you encountered on rocky seas, or the possible threat of encountering blood-thirsty pirates, no one intrigued you or intimidated you more than the thought of him, of Park Jimin, the most notorious of pirates, the most brutal of men, the devil incarnate.”

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