So today I found myself in the doodle mood, but I didn’t really want to do anything on the askblogs and couldn’t think of anything I wanted to doodle… so I turned to the lot of you to see what you could come up with, asking for something super silly for me to draw.
…I knew you guys wouldn’t let me down.

Brace yourselves, here comes a gigantic heap of ridiculousness.

meet…the hatmaster. Master of the hats.

im snasnsa, snannn the skleltno 

They look like they’re kinda standing on it and holding on like they’re riding some sort of weird flying board. This…was not skillfully made.

but wait it gets better



He has activated his tsundere mode

good job Sans

This captures my perpetual inner emotional state

You guys are the best follower base I could ever ask for.✨

au sort of thingy

So imagine instead of traveling into the past, Dirk and Todd somehow manage to fuck it up and end up switching bodies and like happen to break the machine at the same time so they have to ask help from Farah and Amanda or something and then hilarity ensues because why is Todd jumping around like a mad man and Dirk looking like someone ate his breakfast.


Today I did a super quick participation call, seeking to satisfy my humanifcation cravings.
I asked everyone who was around who they wanted to see, and I originally intended to only draw most asked for but I ended up doing everyone’s requests (that hadn’t already been done).

Here’s the result!!✨

oh no it’s him!! SNAN UNDERTALE

I hope you don’t mind me giving him some company
I am weak

I like the way you two think.

Hehe!! I had so much fun with these. Thank you to the handful of you who participated!!
I’m a gigantic step closer to doing nice pictures of all these designs now.💦

save me

The Glittering Festival of Lights : Diwali/Deepavali

The sacred and brilliantly lit festival of Diwali is an integral part of the ancient Indian civilization and its history is magnificently intertwined with origins and evolution of Hindu religion. Today, this festival has become epitome of enjoyment and is celebrated with great exuberance across the country. The mere mention of Diwali conjures up images of diyas, firecrackers and gifts; however, Diwali is not just about these things, there is a much deeper significance to it. Tracing the roots of this festival and understanding its history may help one actually fathom the real meaning of Diwali. This article is an endeavor to shed light on the history behind the origins and grand celebrations of this vivacious festival.

Originally posted by justyouraveragedesi

Some believe it to be the celebration of the marriage of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, with Lord Vishnu. Others use it as a celebration of her birthday as Lakshmi is said to have been born on the new moon day of Kartik.

In Bengal, the festival is dedicated to the worship of Mother Kali, the dark goddess of strength. Lord Ganesha—the elephant-headed god, and symbol of auspiciousness and wisdom—is also worshiped in most Hindu homes on this day. In Jainism, Deepawali has the added significance as marking the great event of Lord Mahavira attaining the eternal bliss of nirvana.

Diwali also commemorates the return of Lord Rama (along with Ma Sita and Lakshman) from his fourteen-year-long exile and vanquishing the demon-king Ravana. In joyous celebration of the return of their king, the people of Ayodhya, the capital of Rama, illuminated the kingdom with earthen diyas (oil lamps) and burst crackers.

Each day of Diwali has its own tale, legend, and myth to tell. The first day of the festival, Naraka Chaturdasi, marks the vanquishing of the demon Naraka by Lord Krishna and his wife Satyabhama.

Amavasya, the second day of Deepawali, marks the worship of Lakshmi when she is in her most benevolent mood, fulfilling the wishes of her devotees. Amavasya also tells the story of Lord Vishnu, who in his dwarf incarnation vanquished the tyrant Bali and banished him to hell. Bali was allowed to return to earth once a year to light millions of lamps and dispel darkness and ignorance while spreading the radiance of love and wisdom.

It is on the third day of Deepawali, Kartika Shudda Padyami, that Bali steps out of hell and rules the earth according to the boon given by Lord Vishnu. Govardhan puja is also celebrated on his day only . The fourth day is referred to as Yama Dvitiya (also called Bhai Dooj) and on this day sisters invite their brothers to their homes.


Beyond the lights, gambling, and fun, Diwali is also a time to reflect on life and make changes for the upcoming year. With that, there are a number of customs that revelers hold dear each year.

Give and Forgive : It is common practice that everyone forgets and forgives the wrongs done by others during Diwali. There is an air of freedom, festivity, and friendliness everywhere.

Rise and Shine:  Waking up during the Brahmamuhurta (at 4 a.m. or 1 ½ hours before sunrise) is a great blessing from the standpoint of health, ethical discipline, efficiency in work, and spiritual advancement. It is on Deepawali that everyone wakes up early in the morning. The sages who instituted this custom must have cherished the hope that their descendants would realize its benefits and make it a regular habit in their lives.

Unite and Unify :  Diwali is a great unifying force and it can soften even the hardest of hearts. It is a time when you will find people mingling about in joy and embracing one another with love.Those with keen inner spiritual ears will clearly hear the voice of the sages, “O Children of God unite, and love all”. The vibrations produced by the greetings of love, which fill the atmosphere, are powerful. When the heart has considerably hardened, only a continuous celebration of Deepavali can rekindle the urgent need of turning away from the ruinous path of hatred.

Prosper and Progress : On this day, Hindu merchants in North India open their new account books and pray for success and prosperity during the coming year. Everyone buys new clothes for the family. Employers, too, purchase new clothes for their employees.Homes are cleaned and decorated by day and illuminated by night with earthen oil lamps. The best and finest illuminations can be seen in Bombay and Amritsar. The famous Golden Temple at Amritsar is lit in the evening with thousands of lamps placed all over the steps of the big tank.

This festival instills charity in the hearts of people and good deeds are performed everywhere.This includes Govardhan Puja, a celebration by Vaishnavites on the fourth day of Diwali. On this day, they feed the poor on a most incredible scale.

Illuminate Your Inner Self :  The lights of Diwali also signify a time of inner illumination. Hindus believe that the light of lights is the one that steadily shines in the chamber of the heart. Sitting quietly and fixing the mind on this supreme light illuminates the soul. It is an opportunity to cultivate and enjoy eternal bliss.


October 17 th ,2017 - Dhanteras /Dhantrayodashi/Dhanvantari Trayodashi

October 18th,2017 - kali Chaurasia / Naraka chaturdasi/ Tamil Diwali

October 19th,2017 - Main Diwali /Lakshmi Puja /Diwali Snan 

October 20th ,2017 - Govardhan Puja ,Gujarati Newyear

October 21st ,2017 - Bhai dooj, Yama Dwitiya

Diwali Amavasya timings  : 

Amavasya Tithi Begins = 00:13 on 19/Oct/2017
Amavasya Tithi Ends = 00:41 on 20/Oct/2017

Magh Snan is an auspicious bathing ritual that is performed in the ‘Magh’ month of the traditional Hindu calendar. This ritualistic bath begins from the ‘Amavasya’ (No moon day) of the ‘Puashya’ month until the last day of month of ‘Magh’. Hindu devotees perform Magh Snan in the sanctified rivers like Ganga, Narmada, Yamuna, Krishna, Brahmaputra, Cauvery and Godavari to name a few. Of these, the Sangam at Allahabad or Prayag, which is the confluence of Rivers Ganga, Saraswati and Yamuna is the most beneficial. Thousands of devotees from each and every corner of the country, visit this place to perform snan in the Magh month. It is believed that performing the Magh Snan ritual frees from all the sins and provides salvation

rinaxlen02  asked:

woAH! New Account! Mine is too bab! Ut, Uf, Us Snans Okay, so what might happen during Christmas if s/o's family comes in, but they are super anti-monster and homophobic. So, when s/o has everybody over, they seem very...uncomfortable. When their parents begin to talk about politics, a fight erupts and s/o is done and decides to put their family out. They feel really bad about everything.

Hey! That’s pretty rad dude!

UT Sans: Ah, shit babe…it wasn’t your fault…they’ll come around eventually… Sans got a bad vibe from your parents from the beginning, from those “polite” sneers from when they walked in to when they handled his casserole like radioactive waste(I mean he knew it wasn’t that great, but it was edible?!), to when they started talking about how monster rights were totally unneeded, they were just animals right? Sans kept casually and coolly responding with insightful points, turning your parents around, making them look like fools. But when you finally force them out and feel bad, he’s there for a shoulder to cry on, and will “apologize” to them if needed. He feels a little bad, but kind of proud of his debating skills. He’ll probably put on some jazzy Christmas music and cuddle on the couch for the rest of the night

UF Sans: Ugh! Who the hell do they think they are? Sans is up and fighting with your parents right as they start accusing and being monsterphobic. Sans isn’t really good with meeting new people, especially not humans, and ESPECIALLY not mosterphobic ones. As soon as they start fighting, Sans is shouting and pointing fingers, throwing coal in the fire. When you make them leave, he needs to take a little breather, but when he comes back he throws an arm around you, “It wasn’t your fault, sugar…” he might apologize gruffly later that night, maybe with an extra Christmas gift.

US Sans: HMPH! FOR SUCH UNPLEASANT HUMANS, I DON’T KNOW HOW THEY HAD YOU, DATEMATE! When your parents show up for Christmas dinner, Sans had gone ALL OUT to make sure they had the best time ever! Because you had warned him, saying that your parents didn’t like monsters very much. He had brought out his best puzzles, and made the best tacos, and even put on his best scarf! But it was all for waste when they eyed his puzzles with horror and his tacos with distaste. Sans is optimistic for most of the time, trying to put a positive spin on your parents accusations. “Ugh, monsters are really clogging up the streets these days…” W-WELL THERE ARE A LOT OF MONSTERS THAT CAN SHAPE-SHIFT OR GET AROUND QUICKLY, SO THAT’S GOOD! “Monster rights aren’t important, they cant have A CHILD for ambassador…” THAT CHILD ACTUALLY FREED THE MONSTER RACE! THEY WERE VERY RESILIENT AND I’M SURE THEY’D BE HAPPY TO MEET YOU BOTH! When you make them leave, Sans is there to comfort you, rubbing your back gently. He might put on a Christmas cartoon or something, offering you some of his uneaten tacos