Animals that protect their owners by attacking people trying to hurt them:


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Originally posted by pablogmartinez


I have not developed them all myself, some of them are from other writers lists!

  1. “Make me”
  2. “Even when I know that you’re lying, I still almost believe you.”
  3. “Not because I hate you, but because I love you.”
  4. “Don’t you dare  lie to me!”
  5. “Quick! Pretend that we’re dating”
  6. “You say that you love me, but if you do, why would you hurt me like this?”
  7. “I can be nice too, if I want to”
  8. “I think that I broke a little from inside”
  9. “Seriously? You want her/him over me?”
  10. “Don’t touch me!”
  11. “Haven’t you done enough?”
  12. “You’re such a dork”
  13. “Please, don’t go, don’t leave me alone”
  14. “Why are you naked?”
  15. Pillowfights
  16. Getting scared and without thinking grabbing her/his hand
  17. “Looks like we’re gonna be stuck here for a while”
  18. “I can help you to make her/him jealous”
  19. “Where are my socks?”
  20. “Are you scared?”
  21. Trying to calm other when they have a bad dream
  22. “Are you a coward?”
  23. “I don’t know what to do with you anymore”
  24. person A flirting with other people to make person B jealous.
  25. “Did you eat my chocolate?”
  26. “I hate you!”
  27. “I don’t understand why you hate me so much. What did I do?”
  28. “It just..It just happened”
  29. “I don’t know how to move on, I didn’t even get the chance to say goodbye”
  30. “This is fucking bullshit!”
  31. “I won again! And you just keep losing”
  32. You can make your own prompt

Vans Art Spotlight:  Jon Carling (Oakland, USA)

Known for his fantastical and dreamy illustrations and drawings –from bird headed warriors to out of this world landscapes with cosmic skies and mystical female warrior / priestesses, Oakland based artist Jon Carling has filled endless sketchbooks with his unique imagination. Carling’s early love of music has influenced his artistic and creative processes, from creating and trading fanzines to collaborating with various bands such as The Brian Jonestown Massacre to Dead Meadows.  We were glad to have Jon on our Vans Art Spotlight where he talks about sketching in the shower, growing up with music, and getting out of a creative rut.  

We have no doubt his interview will inspire you to fill your own sketchbooks! 

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|| 4:22 - 4:33 a.m. Dreams ||

It’s late and India is being planned
with toothpick battles happening
in my breast pocket, something extra
from an illustrator, a favorite. The
parcel packaged a book and more.
A business card, a postcard, a drawing.
I drift in make believe in between lines
on my 1080 W2 tax delay number race.
Money all the country,
flying daggers direct deposit.
Like I said, it’s late.
Like I said, I’m leaving for India
in a month and some days,
where I’ll celebrate a year of
more nonsense,
labyrinths and sacred lakes,
my journal looking for
traincar sweat and cobra eggs.