right symbol

okay so i just came to the realization that



pictured above is vishkar’s logo, strikingly similar to efi’s symbol only green and turned upside down. turning symbols upside down is usually a sign of rebllion, and guess what color that symbol is.

it’s green. who else is green?

the man who took down vishkar in brazil through rebellion. his cereal is right next to the symbol.

tbh that scene where Pam is crying about her torn wedding veil because it’s the one thing she was supposed to be able to control and Jim cuts his tie in half right in front of her so she’s not alone is the most important wedding scene I’ve ever witnessed

Learning ASL, and Gaster’s helping. He’s still a bit too fast and delicately signed for me to keep up though, hehe

Signing a simple ‘Hello, my name is Gaster.’ 

Or at least I hope so ahahaha 


anonymous asked:

Why does Mads have a damaged eye in so many movies lmao

I mean, I can only think of three off the top of my head, and for someone with 48 IMDb acting credits that’s not actually that many all things considered. :P But I suppose there’s also the Death Stranding eye goo… and his character in Adam’s Apples does get shot in the eye… 

Okay so five. Five instances of weird eye things going on. That probably is more than usual. Which leads me to conclude that Mads is clearly Odin in the flesh and the universe is really desperate for us to catch on.


kuroshitsuji → C I E L + S E B A S T I A N ♦ A L O I S + C L A U D E

The above image encapsulates a sort of shorthand system my husband and I use when recording Tarot readings in our journals. It cuts down on the amount of space for card names, leaving more room on the page for your interpretations. 

To explain a little more fully, there are four symbols - the symbols of the elements. Each element, as you probably know, is connected to one of the Tarot suits and thus represents it in the shorthand system. 

For numbered cards, the number is listed prior to the suit symbol. For court cards, the same symbols do double duty, each representing a member of the Tarot court.

For those cards, the symbol of the court member is listed right before the suit symbol. It seems complicated a first, but it’s actually really easy to get used to and read.

As described above, I just list Roman numerals for Major Arcana cards.