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this is the most Lance thing i’ve seen, so naturally I ran with it

Sade Smols

I always scoffed at the local legend about the tiny people who lived in our town. That’s what the adults talked about when we were growing up - the little helpers who lived in the cracks and crevices of homes who scared away bugs and cleaned up crumbs. I never saw one. No one I knew did. But still, people talked about them as if they were there, like modern fairies.

This morning, I woke up to one sitting on my pillow, deftly cleaning a puddle of drool off my pillowcase.

He seemed as startled as I was.

“It’s okay,” he assured me.

I was surprised how loud and clear his voice was, as he was only four inches tall.

“I’m Sade Smols,” he said. “I’ve been cleaning here for the last six months.”

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theyoungroleplayer  asked:

Your chair in the corner of your Mima gifs for TT look like the Disney channel logo

(( OOC: It’s actually my bed frame, but I’m crying at the thought of Mima having her own disney channel show…

“Today kids, we’ll be doing some cooking”

“Wait shit…. that’s not the line.”

“Today, we’ll be cooking some kids.”

I need this to happen. ))

buzzfeed.com
White Women Drive Me Crazy
White women are so dangerous because they’re allowed to be so soft — innocent until proven innocent.
By Aisha Mirza

“Sometimes, when we defend ourselves, white women look at us with the utmost fragility. They claim access to emotions such as fear and pain without missing a beat, like they were born to do it, before we can even dare to consider that we may be frightened or hurt, too. Their eyes rattle in their sockets, saying, “Why do you punish me for having such a big heart?”  

“White women, especially the monied ones, are so dangerous because they are allowed to be so soft. Stroke by stroke, they construct a type of womanhood that viciously negates the fact their bodies still function as agents of white supremacy. They are so gentle with themselves that they simply cannot comprehend that they could be oppressed and yet still oppressive.”

I want to frame this.

You know, I absolutely adore my artist friends. But I always want to ask how they’d draw me…… however I always back out bc I don’t wanna bother them. I’ve always wondered how others see me in art form, so I’d love to see myself like that, but I don’t ask bc I think I’d seem kind of vain and pushy when really I’m just curious ;-;

anonymous asked:

Do you ever get jealous of Ruby's flirt game? She is one smooth talking Rube...

literally if i didnt frame all my flirting with Joeks™ i’d spontaneously combust on the spot and even Then i still cant flirt to begin with ddhskjddl

i dont think i posted about my special dream that eric andre and hannibal buress were gay cohabiting but they were on tour and i was looking after their house and hannibal had a black hole ornament thing and i accidentally took the frame off and it got bigger and bigger and erased stuff in a sphere like in his desk.. i was so scared of disappointing him and i had to call the american government and they came and took it away with a helicopter and concrete sarcophagus 

anonymous asked:

hello bubs i own an oversized beige denim jacket and it looks a bit awkward on me whenever i wear it?? i have a small frame and i love to wear tops or any outerwear bigger than my size bc they are really comfortable to wear but uhh it doesnt look good on me?? do you have any tips on how to pull off oversized tops??

aww “bubs” made me smile so much u cutie

but this is so me!!! i have a small/skinny frame too but usually if i wear baggy outer wear/sweaters i always wear skinny jeans or shorts with it! i think the baggier look is really coming into style now so just work it, maybe roll up the sleeves some? so cute

- freya