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Teensies from Rayman.

When I was a kid, these guys were my top pick whenever I played Rayman M.
A few days ago I showed my boyfriend the game and, I don’t know why, but I had the feeling that their running cycle was like this. And since I haven’t  touched/played/watched anything regarding the game for a gazillion years, I was obviously wrong. So yeah, I decided to make this lil’ cycle so they can have the animation I pictured.

(∗´꒳`)   (∗´꒳`)  (∗´꒳`)  (∗´꒳`)  (∗´꒳`)

Guess I wasn’t wrong after all 

(´꒳`∗)   (´꒳`∗)  (´꒳`∗)  (´꒳`∗)  (´꒳`∗)

*In the tent before the first task of the triwizard tournament*

Rita Skeeter: *snapping pictures* Now, You are a true beauty…what are you doing?

Fleur: I’m smiling.

Rita Skeeter: Okay, um lets skip the smiling and try for a different pose.

Rita: COME ON! Are you more veela or more vulture?

Fleur: Neither. I am a champion.

Rita Skeeter: Whatever *Takes picture*

((OOC: Fleur Delacore is online))


Met Gala 2015

So I already expected that a majority of the night’s guests would not have worn an interpretation of the night’s “China: Through the Looking Glass” theme. The red carpet seemed more like a showcase of the designers’ best. 

Seen here (from top to bottom): Rihanna definitely won the night in an exquisite Guo Pei design; Cher made an appearance in Marc Jacobs; Tom Ford’s red gown stood out among all the other red gowns; Francisco Costa just wanted to make beautiful dresses for Lorde, Chiara Ferragni and Kendall Jenner; and a picture that represented both the outlandish and the demure looks that the Met Gala brought - Karen Elson in Dolce and Gabbana, Lily Aldridge in Carolina Herrera, Kerry Washington in Prada, and Sarah Jessica Parker in custom H&M.  

the list of proposed books to ban from “gays against gentrification (GAG)” before they deleted their facebook: 

-Admission Accomplished - Jill Johnston
-Against Sadomasochism - Robin R. Linden, Darlene R. Pagano, Diana E. Russell, Susan Leigh Star
-Amazon Odyssey: Collection of Writings - Ti-Grace Atkinson
-Buddhism after Patriarchy - Rita M. Gross
-The Female Man - Joana Russ
-Female Sexual Sl*v*ry - Kathleen Barry
-Feminism Unmodified - Catharine A. Mackinnon
-First Buddhist Women: Poems and Stories of Awakening Susan Murcott
-Gyn/Ecology - Mary Daly
-The Idea of Prostitution - Sheila Jeffreys
-The Industrial Vagina: The Political Economy of the Global Sex Trade - Sheila Jeffreys
-Intercourse - Andrea Dworkin
-The Lesbian Heresy - Sheila Jeffreys
-Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women - Geraldine Brooks
-Not a Choice, Not a Job: Exposing the Myths about Prostitution and the Global Sex Trade - Janice Raymond
-Not for Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography-Of Women Born - Adrienne Rich
-Pornography: Men Possessing Women - Andrea Dworkin
-Radical Acceptance - Tara Brach
-The Sexual Liberals and the Attack on Feminism - Janice Raymond
-Women As Wombs: Reproductive Technologies and the Battle over Women’s Freedom - Janice Raymond


Amy Raudenfeld: s02e10

“My point is, you were always fantasizing about meeting your prince charming. I was happy just to share a cardboard castle with you, and it wasn’t until we kissed in the gym that I realized why. I’ve been in love with you since the day we met, and suddenly we were pretending to be a couple, and there was hand-holding and kissing and threesomes. I started to have hope, hope that you were realizing your prince charming was princess sarcasm..”