steins collect

im SCREAMING. the clinton campaign decides to join in on the recount efforts AFTER jill stein has collected most of the money?????? democrats are so fucking WEAK im gonna shit!!!!


Late Night Inspiration

…for taking a bunch of quick lil’ photos of my new and some old Minis. I’ve been hunting down Robecca and Twyla for a good while and finally got them both. Although I only collect the Original Ghouls, Ragdoll Frankie had to be part of my Christmas decoration. I also decided to get Pattern Skelita, because she’s a better match with my costumized normal sized Skelita. Plus: Toralei. She. Is. Gorgeous. (>^u^

Find my other dollies here!

Find more pictures of my (growing) collection here!

Some more photos of Skelita

A power pose to prove ghouls run the world. 💪❤💕
Happy international women’s day ghouls


Mi colección al completo!! 

This is my entire collection!!


This is my basic Monster High doll collection!! i´m proud of it. I get all basic SDCC dolls after a great effort. I´m in love with Voodoo, Manny, Finnegan, Gooliope and Holt they´re so cute. *-*

I will wait for Luna, Mouscedes, Astranova and Elle because here in Spain no even these dolls. 

I´m so happy too cause i´ve got all the pets. Aren´t they so cute?


Spring redress by Annette29aag
Via Flickr:

I’m also looking for new people to follow so I can essentially start over on here, so if you post any of this stuff I’ll take a look at your blog.

  • Psycho Pass
  • Fate (Series)
  • Steins; Gate
  • Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
  • Monogatari
  • Parasyte
  • Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom
  • Kokoro Connect
  • Kantai Collection
  • Idolm@ster
  • Noragami
  • Any newer shows that aren’t Tokyo Ghoul.
  • Fire Emblem: Awakening
  • Anything to do with anime figures.
  • Dangan Ronpa 1&2

So yeah, if you post any of this stuff, like or reblog this little text post ‘ere. Also, I apologize for clogging up the tags. Thanks in advance guys.~

Summer Picnic (1919). Theresa Bernstein (American, 1890-2002). Oil on canvas. Martin and Edith Stein Collection.

Summer Picnic depicts the artist herself, open book in hand, sitting outdoors in a voluminous white robe that’s falling off her naked shoulder and a bare-chested man holding an apple. A saccharine yet loving fusion of Cézanne and Renoir, this pastoral idyll celebrates Bernstein’s marriage to the painter and printmaker William Meyerowitz.