i would tag everyone but

falling in a forest (a shitty cover)
me, sadly
falling in a forest (a shitty cover)

uh god bless this video for being here and just this person does a lot of rad karaoke tracks and bless them

altho im sorry to do such a shitty thing (i.e. this cover) to it


as i said. shitty singing, im breathing on the mic at points, and just… off key imo???

but hey. i said a shitty cover. not a good one.

if this makes u unfollow me: i love u but i understand

Okay so many of you know about Ramadan, the month in the islamic calander where every muslim who’s not travelling, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic or on their period or is ill or elderly has to fast from dawn until sunset and refrain from smoking, sex, swearing, etc. Instead of sending everyone I follow what I would like them to tag as #nsfr (not safe for ramadan), here is a list of things to tag:

  • food
  • nudes/ nsfw
  • kissing/ pda
  • smoking
  • bad language

I’d appreciate it if people reblog this so every muslim doesn’t have to ask the 400+ blogs they follow to tag stuff. Thanks!

Two Sides to Every INTJ:

INTJ: why are humans such idiots? All these idiots, running into walls and screaming and gossiping behind each other’s backs. Teenagers suck. Why are we all so horrible. This is why everyone hates me, I am evil.


People who slam doors and stomp their feet to show how much they want to physically hurt you shouldn’t be trusted


i think about adult giorno a lot…..too much

Reasons I am the Demogorgon

- No one likes me
- Ugly
- would let Steve Harrington hit me with a bat
- makes weird noises a lot



I kinda like that sketchy style, I might keep it :p

Soo I finally decided to answer some older asks. It’s gonna take me only like, what, 40 years?

for some reason I get a lot of asks for Laxus and Cobra’s first meeting, so expect that sometime in the future

in the next 100 years


reason number 345678 why Acno shouldn’t be a parent

Following the Skullgirls vibes, here’s a collab with @hnai-reenei ////

I drew and lineart it, they painted = w=//


 but secretly everyone’s captivated by Yuta’s sexy body moves ♥ 🔞🔞

30 Day Challenge: Advanced Language Study

Feel free to start these at any time you want, and have fun! You don’t have to do every part of every challenge if you don’t want to.

  1. Read a news article in your target language. Write down any words or phrases you don’t know. Take note of what kind of speech is used when describing the news. Write a summary of the article, rephrasing it in your own words.
  2. Record yourself speaking in your target language and listen to it, taking note of your pronunciation. See if you can find ways to make your speech sound more clear and natural.
  3. Watch and episode of a tv show or a movie in your target language, without subtitles. Try going for something you haven’t seen before and see how much you understand. Write down any phrases and words you don’t know with what you think they mean, based on context. You can check the meanings after you finish watching. If you have time, feel free to watch it again and see how much you understand now that you’ve checked these words.
  4. If you are currently studying something other than language, research the vocabulary for that subject in your target language (for example, I’m a music major, so I’d research vocabulary and phrases used to describe music in my target language). If you don’t have any other focus of study, choose a hobby.
  5. Research idioms in your target language.
  6. Come up with and look up puns in your target language.
  7. Listen to songs in your target language. Note how phrasing is manipulated to make the words fit with the music.
  8. Look up synonyms for words you already know. See if you can find slight differences in meaning or connotation between the words.
  9. Read poetry in your target language. Study the phrasing and usage of words. See if you can write your own interpretation of the poem.
  10. Note everything you do throughout the day. If there are any verbs for things you did that you don’t know in your target language, look them up. Same goes for objects you use.
  11. If you are studying a language, make sure you can describe the language itself in the language you are studying. Look up grammatical terms and expressions.
  12. Sit down somewhere (a place with a lot of people would probably be easiest to write about) and observe. Describe what you see as detailed as you can. Take the time to find the right words (make use of adjectives and adverbs!) to describe what you see.
  13. Write a diary entry in your target language. Focus on describing thoughts and emotions.
  14. Give yourself a spelling quiz.
  15. Read a fictional story. Take note of what kind of speech is used (like poetic or writing techniques specific to the language) when telling the story.
  16. Write a story, using the techniques you’ve noted the previous day.
  17. Practice translating from your target language to your main language, using an article or a few pages of a book.
  18. Read a blog entry in your target language. Blog entries are often more casual, and use expressions that resemble spoken language more than written language. Take note of how spoken language is written down.
  19. Write a dialogue in your target language. Focus on different speech patterns between different people.
  20. Write a letter to someone in your target language. If you don’t know who to write to feel free to write to yourself. Or to me!
  21. Practice translating from your main language to your target language.
  22. Watch a TV show in your target language with subtitles, and compare the translations. See if you agree with the written translations, and if not, think of how you would translate it yourself.
  23. Pick a set of words in your target language and define them in that language.
  24. Look into the different dialects of your target language. Note the similarities and differences.
  25. Listen to a professional speech in your target language. Make note of any specialized words or words you don’t know.
  26. Think of an everyday interaction you might have (for example, going to the bank) in which you do not yet have the vocabulary you would need. Look up the vocabulary you would use in such a situation (cultural differences are also worth noting!)
  27. Time to focus a bit on culture! Look into popular entertainment or businesses in your target culture that are of interest to you. Do as much of the reading in your target language as you can.
  28. Look up children’s games (such as word games) and songs. If you can, find someone to play them with you.
  29. Try to describe people you know. Include appearance, personality, habits, etc. Look up any words you do not know.
  30. Read an excerpt of an academic source in your target language. Note any vocabulary or grammar you don’t understand.

If you plan to make daily posts with these challenges feel free to tag me in them! I would love to see what everyone wrote.

i see a lot of posts going around about how the process of making art is essentially just tears and experiencing The Struggle™ and while those are ALL TRUE i would also like to point out the GOOD THINGS about making art!!!!!! 

  • when u finally find that ONE PERFECT SHADE OF COLOR
  • experimenting with different art styles 
  • those tiny mindless doodles u make on the corner of the page
  • flipping ur canvas and seeing that ur drawing isnt TOO asymmetrical 
  • [picks brush u dont often use] why the HECK dont i use this more often??? 
  • putting ur music on shuffle and a song that fits the scene of what ure drawing comes on 
  • turning off ur lineart layer and having a good laugh over how ur color layer looks like a melting ice cream
  • drawing something u’ve never tried and realizing that u LIKE IT 
  • when ur friend does the compliment thing. thank u friend 
  • drawing a curvy line and GETTING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TRY
  • overlay. thats it 
  • blushies!!!
  • spacing out in the middle of sketching/lining/coloring and 5 mins later going like o HEY COOL i can draw
  • that tiny pop when u stretch ur back after hours of arting 
  • seeing the final result and thinking goddamn!!!!!!
  • I Did That!!!!
  • wow!!!!!!
  • i really love art!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I told you I spent an entire day drawing Silmarillion children! Here’s a bunch of dark-haired babies.