omg exposed muscle zombicorn makes me wanna die
he is so awful I want to put him on my desk at work
spitefulbitch asked: what 2014 dolls are you particularly looking forward to?
Sweet Screams Abbey and Ghoulia ofc, that witch doll (I forget her name), I Heart Fashion Venus, the Venus and Rochelle zombie whatever dance dolls, the ugly zombie bronicorn, tennis Spectra
I am really jealous of my best friend because she is in a happy, healthy monagamous relationship and has two kids and lots of animals and they have a nice house with a big yard in a neighborhood full of gay couples and they’re growing an actual garden and she’s not overwhelmed because OTHER PEOPLE HELP HER DO THINGS even the THREE-YEAR-OLD meanwhile I am over here, single, nearly 30, trying to figure out what to do with this giant collection of dolls that seems way bigger in a 1 bedroom apartment than a house, yelling at my pets because I keep hearing crashes
but I’m still not Avril Lavigne
New Sweet Screams!!
— I got this pic from the page that it sais on the picture!(Follow Ben170799 for more!!)
Sweet Screams Abbey and GHOULIA! So excited for Ghoulia, obviously!
I’m in my new apartment! It’s lovely and I love it, so much less space to worry about. It has a huge garden tub, I’m going to take so many baths.
The animals have adjusted well, apart from Heidi’s late-night panic meowing. I still have a ton of stuff to do at the house, but as my parents convinced me to hire some junk haulers to take the stuff I don’t need/want (as well as all the stuff Alex and my brother left here) (my brother left on the 19th and left crap ALL OVER the front yard), it won’t be quite as laborious as anticipated. I have to downsize my plant collection, but my best friend was willing to take the bigger ones.
anyway tell me what I should buy at Lush to maximize the bath experience
why do all body positive comics look the same
that vile pear-shaped aesthetic
wtf kind of turtle is that
science of tumblr can you please explain this
(Source: i-justreally-like-cats-okay, via dignified-and-old)
La sphinx squatte by Leonor Fini, 1972. Mixed media on paper on canvas 29 ¼ x 22 inches.
Glorious flatworm diversity!
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