anonymous asked:

omfg u should totally do a jimin ver of foreheads because the world needs to uNDERSTAND

first, lets look at this picture of cute cuddly jimin looking benign as hell with The Forehead in hiding:

now lets all reserve our one way tickets to hell with The Forehead out in the open

honestly what a hot tater tot deluxe

theres just something about The Forehead that u gotta respect

look at him

he knows the power of The Forehead 

(they all do)

i love foreheads

and u should too

Part 2 of 2 of @4q69 Max Schaaf. First off it’s an honor to call Max my friend. If I had to chose one word to describe Max it would be GENUINE. He is genuinely just as stoked that people dig his work as much as they are stoked on his work. He would still be doing his own thing regardless if anyone liked it at all. He’s true to himself and what he likes I respect that a lot about Max. Quick story on how me and Max officially met. I was going through some shit in my life during Christmas of 2009 or maybe 2010 can’t remember. But I boarded a plane on with a one way ticket Christmas Day headed west with no plans or nothing lined up other than I needed to get away. So I landed in LA then went to Texas, Colorado, San Francisco, and eventually back to LA again. I was blowing my life savings at the time like it was burning a hole in my pocket come on. But anyway back on track so when I was in San Francisco I decided to email Max to see if I could swing by Oakland at his shop and hopefully snap a few photos. I’ve always loved Max’s work but honestly at this time in my life I wanted to meet one of the skateboarders I had always looked up to in skateboarding and the fact he was building some of the best choppers with unreal paint jobs was just icing on the cake you know. So I got an email back from Max with his number in the email and all it said was give me a call. Needless to say I was stoked and pumped that I was going to possibly be able to meet one of my all time favorite skateboarders. So I gave him a call and I was trying to establish a common ground like hey my good friend Justin Brock rides for Real now and what not. Max said I don’t care who you know you seem cool and if you want to swing by around 12 tomorrow I’ll be here. Ok I’ll be there at 12 then thanks. So when I got there first thing Max said was if you have anything valuable in your car bring it inside the shop your in Oakland and you never know. So we ended up talking for a couple of hours without shooting one photo then Max asked didn’t you want to snap some photos. Shit I had forgotten about the photos I was having a good ol time shooting the shit and checking out everything.

i have 2 options

1) finish this last semester at the community college i go to and transfer and finish my last 2 years at a uni and continue with my life 

2) finish this last semester at the community college i go to then buy a 1 way ticket to somewhere else (preferably over seas), and continue my life traveling and loving life, and not returning for a long time

and I’m slowly leaning toward option 2

I booked my one-way ticket to Rhode Island last night. I have 15 days until I make my cross country move, and I’m a little terrified. Everything seems to be happening so fast. I just hope that this move is for the best. Change is hard, but I know that I need to get away for a while. These next couple weeks will be CRAZY. I just need to remember to breathe.


“Got a special deal for you …

… on a one-way ticket to hell!”


Raiden gave his final breath.

Listen if NRS are taking this the way I fear they might and have to put him down, they should take some cues from Mother 3 to do it properly.

Well, I mean I’d love it if they delivered it like Mother 3 but i’d, like, hate it too,
but I’d love it.

You get me?

Our summer MoMA Nights series continues with Tamar-kali​ and Psychochamber Ensemble in the Sculpture Garden. Join us on Thursdays all summer for extended hours and live music in the Sculpture Garden. July’s acts are presented in conjunction with One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North and are organized in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center and Harlem Stage. 

Our Gentle Sin - achromaggie - Borderlands, Tales from the Borderlands [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works


Rhys. His name is Rhys. Jack sits in his pew and repeats the name to himself quietly, rolling it around his mouth as though tasting it. A priest, huh? Jack smiles wickedly.

Yeah, Jack thinks, licking his lips as his eyes go dark. Yeah. That’s the one.


In which Jack is a demon searching for his next pet project, someone pure of heart to corrupt and condemn, and Rhys, a priest new to his parish, catches his eye. It’s a long road to damnation, and Jack likes to take the scenic route.

Inspired entirely by the Take Me to Church AU that originated on with Renqa/theteenagehorror, sleazyfemmedad,lelelego, and jettiebettie. Blame them or thank them or do both.

What’s YOUR favorite song off of our second album, The 2¢ Show?

  1. Steamboat Shenanigans
  2. One-Way Ticket
  3. Ju Ju Magic
  4. Me & My Baby
  5. Little Birdie
  6. Rex Marksley
  7. Automatonic Electronic Harmonics
  8. Prelude to a Dream
  9. Make Believe
  10. Honeybee
  11. Scary World
  12. The Suspender Man
  13. That’ll be the Way Home
  14. The Ballad of Lily
  15. Airheart
  16. Circuitry

The 2¢ Show gives listeners a one-way ticket with the robots on-the-road through an antique America that is filled with both magic and mystery. Join Rabbit, The Spine, and The Jon as they travel to romanticized echoes of various eras. Eras such as the wild and weird west, where Jackalopes yodeled alongside singing cowboys and Giant Rattlesnakes were king. Aboard an enchanted steamboat, they head deep into a mystical south, finding Bog Spirits who boogie to twisted Zydeco tunes. From a decaying past, dieselpunk fables and crooning records melt with electric folk pop and psychedelic radiation to create the unique, yet timeless sound Steam Powered Giraffe makes.

Add it to your collection now! http://steampoweredgiraffe.com/twocent.html

For more information on the band Steam Powered Giraffe, visit www.steampoweredgiraffe.com

For any Muslim suffering with an addiction

Whether that addiction is drugs, alcohol, gambling, masturbation and so on… You are not lost, you are not on a one way ticket to the hell fire. There is always hope. 

“Oh son of Adam, if your sins were as high as the clouds I would still forgive you” -Hadith Qudsi. 

Do not let your addictions push you further away from the Deen, I am not going to stand here and say just stop I am not naive I have suffered and to an extent still suffer from addiction. Just cut down for the sake of Allah (swt) slowly pull yourself away from whatever it is. 


I hope the carnival will have corn dogs.

Hot dogs and corn bread are, like, my two favorite things. Mix ‘em together on a stick and ya got yourself a one-way ticket to heaven on Earth. I’m totally gonna spend all my cash on those.

Alright, alright, alright, enough about food. What have y’all been up to?


The Best Kind Of Supper Club Wonders What We’ll Eat On Mars

It’s a question at least one person applying to hop on board Mars One – the curious project that aims to send a permanent human colony to the Red Planet by 2027 – must have asked. I repeat: will there be pizza on Mars? Because if you’re contemplating a one-way ticket to Mars, I’d imagine you’ve spent some time pondering the culinary possibilities of a dusty, uninhabited planet.

Well, thanks to artists Heidi Neilson and Douglas Paulson, the answer is: pizza is possible.

Read more about “The Menu for Mars Kitchen” here.

(Image credit: Pierogi)