it was very fast


@jokerxharleyweek Day 7: Breakout 

(Big thanks to @murderous-manipulative-angel for inspiring me with her post right here [x]) ;)

anonymous asked:

I love this comic (thank you for making it!). Do Elsewhere U student guides ever try to gently discourage certain visitors from applying, if they can see the visitor wouldn't make it there? Are there underground "rules" training sessions that older students will bring freshmen to? I can't stop thinking about how rough the rules would be for people who've been conditioned to use "I'm sorry" and "please" the way some people use punctuation (aka canadians)

Thanks! I think EU student tour guides probably drop a word into the ear of certain admissions staff if there’s a kid on the tours who Will Die At Elsewhere. But this happens very, very infrequently. New students learn fast enough in the right environment that the staff doesn’t want to limit prospective students’ possible futures unless it’s almost certain to save their lives. And yeah, there’s definitely seminars during orientation week that gloss over the rules, along with other key information to living on campus for the first time. They try to do in it in pretty subtle ways - a few minutes about the ‘unique student culture’, the choose-your-name policy, figures of speech you may find confusing at first, etc. The welcome pack has a little iron washer slipped into it. Things like that.

Self-Love Writing

Hey guys posting this to this blog because I want to spread this little message.

So I haven’t been in the best place mentally lately (it happens to me periodically, but i can take care of it so no need to worry) and sometimes I am able to cope with my writing and sometimes I fall too hard too fast and I find it very difficult to write. In an effort to overcome that I had an idea for a writing exercise:

Self-love writing.
We all have flaws and things we don’t like about ourselves but we also have things we may not even realize we like about ourselves or things we wish people would notice in us- qualities we value. So I’m proposing to all you writers out there (and anyone else who may want to try this) to write about yourself from the perspective of someone else (real or imaginary). The goal, however, is to promote self love so write about yourself with a loving outside perspective! You can write as much as you like, but at the very least write a few loving, caring sentences about yourself.

You can choose to post these or not post them but I would love it if we could spread this because as a writer I think this could be very therapeutic.

If you were a character in a book you would be adored- so make yourself a character and talk about the weird quirks we would all love about you!!!


8 weeks postpartum [05-28-2017]

Hello everyone, it is now 8 weeks since I gave birth, and it’s amazing how time flies. Things have definitely changed, and we have finally fallen back into our normal schedule, with a few changes, of course. I have also lost about 11 pounds since giving birth, and I honestly have not even put a lot of work into losing weight. But I’ve always lost weight very fast, and has a very slim body type in general, which can be both a blessing and a curse. I’m actually very happy to have a “curvier” body now after having kids, compared to when I was a teen. Xochitl is gaining weight as expected, and has grown out of some of her newborn clothes already. I was honestly shocked. I suddenly feel like she’s growing faster than I appreciate. But they really do grow up fast! I am also surprised by how much she resembles her brothers! Of course, I know that I have not posted any baby photos of the twins, but I’m sure you would be able to see what I’m talking about!

Here’s a photo of Miguel and Xochitl from today. They’re so adorable together.

MBTI types as Public Speaker

INTJ: don’t like the idea to talk, but they are pretty good at it, as if it comes naturally especially on things they’re interested
ENTJ: maybe nervous before but have fun at the end, connect with audience, have a speech scheme, but haven’t problem in improvisation
INTP: prepare the presentation but start to shake when in front of everyone, at the end the speech goes pretty fine
ENTP: very informal, animate the audience, find theirselves good at it, get excited about the topic and start talking super fast
INFJ: find it very frustrating, comfortable if they know people, but absolutely not with strangers, fight social anxiety, prepare a million times before the speech
ENFJ: seem natural, connect ideas very well, attract everyone attention, seen as charismatic
INFP: get scared and super nervous, pratice a lot, good improviser and organizer of ideas after all, pray they’ll do it very few times in life
ENFP: anxious, be sure they prepare well enough, need to be in tune with the audience, feel confident if they have the subject at heart
ISFJ: feel a lot of pressure, can get panicked before the speaking, prepare a scheme to follow and goes well, better if they do not have to do it
ESFJ: nervous or shy, organize the argument, appeal confident, choose words with attention
ISFP: panicked and shaken, hate it, speak “more” if it’s something they are prepared for, get comfortable only after many times
ESFP: get nervous but have not any problem with it, probably find it very natural, approach with emotion to the crowd
ISTJ: practice alot, have some notes, don’t like it but deal with it, very good at it, seem very confident
ESTJ: incisive and clear, find ways to keep people attention, make sure people understand, prefer informal speeches
ISTP: shy, feel awkward in the situation, probably speak but feel uncomfortable, especially when some one makes questions
ESTP: very spontaneous, adapt to the “flow” of situation, have a good improvisation skill, a quick thinker


Guys this made me sad while in Amsterdam and I’d love to know your thoughts on it!

This little cat was tethered by a leash outside of somebody’s home. It was boiling hot and he had no shade and no water, and he was breathing very fast (Pretty much panting) ! I’ve never heard of a cat being tethered like this before! The way it was breathing worried me a lot! 

I think if a cat had to be tethered like this for whatever reason, at least make sure it has shade and water! 

What are your thoughts on this? It was just unlike anything I’ve seen!  


I’ve been testing out sketching and coloring things on a dark background fast-n-dirty

like usual everything’s done on very few layers, but now I just slap down colors straight with the g-pen tool under the sketch layer. 

with a little help from @jaxstronomy‘s martin and @deltheor’s sydney

(click for captions)


‘The Legend of Zelda: A New Reign’

“All is not as well as it seems in Hyrule, a dark plague has begun to spread across the land and it’s people are starving. People look to their princess for guidance, but the plan she purposes could change everything her and her kingdom have ever stood for.”

Cover - page 1 // Page 2 (here) // Page 3

This comic is R18+

Things are going to move along kind of fast in the beginning here, I’m not very good at setting things up;;
So Link hasn’t been in good contact with the princess it seems, I wonder why?
Also, I didn’t plan out these text bubbles out properly, sorry for the small text!

EDIT: there was a layer turned off, my bad!

Please don’t repost my art

nintendio  asked:

maybe not a question i should ask, but what did you stick to, to lose all that weight? please keep on loving + caring for yourself xoxo

To be 100% honest with you…the easiest way for me is to stick to a diet and go to the gym 5 days per week (at least). I’m not very good with fasting because I end up binging. The best thing to me is prepare my food ahead of time and set times to eat and then I don’t crave anything else. I don’t binge either because I’m still eating regularly. I usually go to the gym every day or at least 5 days per week and do cardio with mixed weights (I use very light weights) - This is just what works for me personally. I don’t want to say exactly what I eat or what I do when I go to the gym because it could be triggering. I hope this helps!! 💕💕

anjoysblog  asked:

Headcanon: Funtime Felix with Funtime Oswald

(I’m sorry if it doesn’t look like funtime or the headcanon,but i haven’t been in the fandom for so long. I left the fandom in the year where fnaf 3 release XD)

Oswald the rabbit


-very fast

- could sometimes be a troublemaker Ruining the batteries,opening doors and closing

Felix the cat


-not very fast

-could pop up out of no where

- could be in vents

anonymous asked:

are all ancient raptors faster than humans?

No. Unenlagiines and troodonts have many speed adaptations, but a lot of larger dromeosaurs were probably more of ambush predators and not super fast; their legs don’t have the right proportions for running very fast and they lack arctometatarsi.

if you could rb this esp if you’re non-muslim, it would be very appreciated. 

i’m always happy to see people supporting muslims. however, as the month of ramadan approaches, i’ve noticed a lot of the “nsfr (not safe for ramadan)” posts popping up. these are mainly made by white people, although some by muslims.

the whole point of ramadan is to be surrounded by food, water, swearing,(NSFW things are excluded from this post, those should be tagged) etc, and resisting the temptation to participate in anything. ramadan is about recognizing what we take for granted everyday and learning to appreciate it. we mindlessly feed our bodies food we don’t necessarily need everyday. to be able to let yourself be thirsty and hungry gives an insight to those who live like that daily, with no end to it. they do not get to just wait until the sun goes down to be able to eat a big meal surrounded by family. they continue to be hungry, regardless of what time of day it is. it reminds us of the struggles that poor and/or homeless people face. 

the point of fasting is to submit to Allah for as long as humanly possible, which is from dawn to dusk. fasting is indeed incredibly hard, that is true. seeing water when i fast is very difficult for me. however, people in countries who mass celebrate ramadan, go to work in the 100+ degree F weather, the kids at school don’t stop fasting just because they’re in school, etc. it’s slightly offensive that these posts are made “uwu!! be safe!! it’s hot out!!! don’t let yourself pass out!!!im tagging everything i can!!! uwu!!!” because most of those posts are made by people asking for notes rather than those who actually care about muslims. 

i’m going to wrap this up because it’s long, but please, don’t treat muslims like babies. we are mostly capable of seeing such things you guys tag during ramadan and not being affected. if you DO reblog posts about NSFR things, please do so FROM AN ACTUAL MUSLIM. 

thank you.

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“I thought I had a very fast pony”

but what if it was the snortiest, scruffiest shetland and he loved it so dearly though.

what then.

help me.