the castors

castor-comet  asked:

I have this hc where Craig can pour his heart and feelings out for Tweek over text like he can legit send paragraph after paragraph of sweet nothings, but irl he's just "Hey, uh, you're pretty cool babe." *Lightly fist bumps Tweek's shoulder*


god same tho like i can type and type and type but the moment im in person with someone im like *shy awkward noises*


Another Sims-related drawings using ‘Draw your Squad’ templates. This time, I use my Sims on this(although some premades can be spotted tehehe). You can visit my main blog(Simblr) to read the full story.

Left: My PRC AU where it’s the main founder, named Sour Cream, who dies instead of Minty Pine, his brother. And have some sad Kiku and Gwn then. And have a randomly drawn eye.

Right: It’s a highshool AU, where my legacy founders are watching movie together. The movie is about a knight who falls into a harpy girl. When Courtney and humanoid!Gwn enjoy the movie, Derek and Adrian rather feel disappointed as they expected more action. And Yuuichi,… is too busy defending the popcorn from his schoolmate.


Angsty Draw the OTP

Draw the Squad

Draw the Squad: Cinema Time

Expression Meme

Ma mère a ramené de chez ma grand-mère cette horrible photo de moi prise en maternelle sur laquelle j'ai un sourire de castor et où j'essaye de croiser les bras comme les adultes mais je n'y arrive pas car mes bras ne sont pas assez longs…

dovakel  asked:

ok, hoping this one doesn't stump you: if a monsters conjured magic cesis to exist after the monster dies, why does the barrier still exist? pretty sure the mages who created it aren't around anymore. unless it's a different kind of magic? do the high levels of determination keep it going? or maybe it involved some sort of ritual to make it last beyond the lifespan of its castors? or just the fact that it was a group effort instead of a single cast? these things keep me up at night. -_-

Heheh, that’s half the fun of Undertale; we’e given just enough information on how things work to have a basis, but not everything, which lets us speculate all over the place!

I think you’re on the right track; personally I think that yeah, because it was humans that cast the barrier spell, it probably has different properties from monster magic relating to how much stronger a human’s soul is in comparison. Considering how important it is to Undertale overall, it’s almost definitely got something to do with determination; after all, that was the goal of the DT experiments: to give a monster’s soul the power of a human’s in the hopes it could break the barrier.

Considering how efficiently the barrier was designed–you can pass through if you have both a monster and human soul, you can break it with the power of 7 human souls–I have to wonder if human magic is kind of like what we’re used to seeing in other media, where it takes lots of study but you can plan and build spells according to your needs and skill. With monsters, it comes directly from their soul, and they tend to have magic based on what kind of monster they are–so they may not be able to learn different types of magic or customize its expression much. But who knows for sure.

It’s definitely a lot to think about!

The Real Godsend: Almond Oil

Coconut oil? Nah, man, fuck that. Okay, coconut oil is pretty great, especially for whitening teeth, but let’s talk almond oil.

Benefits and Uses:

This is a perfect face moisturizer if you have dry skin. Unlike coconut oil, this won’t clog your pores. It leaves your skin glowing and even makes it softer, since it contains vitamin E. It also lightens acne scarring.

Almond oil can be used to remove makeup, especially eye makeup and liquid lipsticks. No more rubbing your eyes!

Massage a bit under your eyes before bed. It will reduce dark circles, as well as fine lines.

Use it to treat chapped lips! Personally I prefer to use rosehips oil on my lips, but almond oil works well too.

Use it on your body! Moisturize your hands, feet, and elbows with it. It’s a light oil, so it won’t leave you feeling greasy and it absorbs easily. Almond oil can help prevent and lighten stretch marks too!

Almond oil also promotes hair growth! Use it on your lashes and brows. You can also use castor oil - castor oil is a little heavier than almond oil, so it’s just a preference thing, they work about equally well for me.

Use it in your hair! 1-2x per week, massage a bit into your scalp. It will make your hair more lustrous and it’ll look healthier! Replace any leave-in conditioners with this. Pro-Tip: Try mixing it with olive oil and castor oil in equal parts.

The scent is very light too, it doesn’t even smell like almonds, so don’t worry about the smell. It’s also super affordable. You can buy a 16oz bottle on Amazon for around $10.

Do NOT use if allergic to nuts.

Note: Make sure you are using sweet almond oil.

My Tips for Healthy Natural Hair

• Don’t wash hair too often. Once a week, bi-weekly, or monthly is best. Use a sulfate-free shampoo because sulfate is a cleaning agent that strips all of the natural oils and moisture from the hair.

• Co-wash (washing with conditioner) to refresh hair between shampoo washes. This will cleanse the hair while adding moisture. Two of my favorites are Eden BodyWorks All Natural Cleansing Cowash and Creme of Nature Pure-licious Cowash Cleansing Conditioner.

• Keep hair moisturized. Dry, brittle hair will break off and frizz up, thus halting hair growth. My favorite leave-in conditioner is Shea Moisture’s Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In Conditioner. It keeps my hair soft and moisturized for days!

• Use natural oils to seal moisture into hair after applying leave-in conditioner, and on the scalp to stimulate hair growth. For thick hair like mine, I like to use olive oil. Jojoba oil is also great for using on the scalp and hair as it is the closest natural oil to the sebum our skin produces. Coconut, avocado, castor, and grapeseed oil are also good.

• Deep condition at least once a week for 30 minutes to an hour. Deep conditioning the hair is vital to keeping it strong and moisturized. Shea Moisture and Eden BodyWorks make great ones.

• Sleep with a satin scarf/bonnet on or sleep on a satin pillowcase. Cotton pillowcases suck all the moisture out of your hair and create breakage and frizz.

• Detangle hair only when damp with water or conditioner. Use a wide tooth comb or your fingers and BE GENTLE.

• Avoid styling your hair everyday and avoid tight hair styles that put strain on your edges and nape hair. Low manipulation is key.

• Drink a lot of water and eat a healthy diet rich in protein, iron, zinc, and Vitamins A, E, D, and B. 

• Take a multi-vitamin daily and/or a hair growth vitamin.