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seraphica:

Filipino-born artist Noel Cruz restyles dolls into gorgeous echoes of famous people and characters. His skill has brought him great acclaim - the Princess Diana doll above sold for over $1,600 in March!

the-mushroom-hobbit:

thehippiechickie:

look what i found todayimage

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stupid-blo0dy-tuesday:

obsessedwithspn:

phoenixfire-thewizardgoddess:

So light ‘em up, up, up

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Light ‘em up, up, up

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Light ‘em up, up, up

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I’m on FIRE…

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Has anyone done this yet or…

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ppitte:

winchesterlicious:

hobbitimania:

arlothia:

Jed Brophy everybody.

And don’t forget

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Rohan Jed Brophy as well!!!

wow this dude gets around!!

Do not forget him as a Black Rider that is chasing Arwen

plot twist: all characters in LOTR and the Hobbit are actually played by Jed Brophy

Jed Brophy as Frodo

Jed Brophy as Galadriel

Jed Brophy as everyone

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doorknoblicking:

goldenclitoris:

rare endangerd species

is everyone here on drugs

doorknoblicking:

goldenclitoris:

rare endangerd species

is everyone here on drugs

youdtearthiscanvasskinapart:

youdtearthiscanvasskinapart:

Today I got into an argument with my Aunt because she was upset that her daughter was dating a girl so I said

"Do you really think you should fall in love with someone’s genitals over their soul? Because that’s shallow and sad"

And my 75 year old grandmother who was sitting in her rocking chair, and who hasn’t said a word for the past hour screamed “OH BURN” and hit my aunt with a fly swatter

image My gramma is a special lady okay.
the-hylian-hero-of-time:

riku-blog:

yeahhh like wut if?????

Then it would be Super Mario 3

the-hylian-hero-of-time:

riku-blog:

yeahhh like wut if?????

Then it would be Super Mario 3

thebookishwriterkiwi:

Nothing shows more brevity and gives people the sheer intimidation of naming your kid Ron Paul. 
(Saw this on my Facebook, original source is Brock Obama)

thebookishwriterkiwi:

Nothing shows more brevity and gives people the sheer intimidation of naming your kid Ron Paul. 

(Saw this on my Facebook, original source is Brock Obama)

shellebelle93:

jumpingjacktrash:

the-rain-monster:

actualwendigohanniballecter:

actuallyatimelord:

fromonesurvivortoanother:

defyodds:

eveningowl:

 #want to know why i love this? #and this is going to sound horrible and traumatizing #but i love it because you’re not saying that the monsters aren’t real #you’re saying that there’s ways to get the better of them #there’s nothing worse than telling a child that something doesn’t exist #even the bad things#because that’s when they begin to doubt #and doubt is the main killer of imagination #so rather than saying ‘the monsters won’t get you because they don’t exist’ #you’re saying ‘i learned how to defeat the monsters and i think you’re old enough to learn as well’ #just a thought

My parents told me angels were surrounding my room; protecting it from all sides. My dad still does this when my room scares me (PTSD sucks) and it honestly helps. My dad would go into detail about how they were standing post and he would (and still does) talk to them about what their job is. When I was younger I used to picture what can best be described as traditional nutcrackers, but as humans.
If your room freaks you out for some reason, imagining something like that can help. At 26 it helps me.

This makes me want to cry because it’s so nice.

This is beautiful.

this is so nice omg. i love this.
also
dont forget the salt.

I would have put the nail polish on my toes because that’s by far the most vulnerable body part.

my mom told me to ‘summon’ four guardians, one for each bedpost, by clearly visualizing each one before i sleep. with each night i did this, she said, they would grow stronger against monsters.
she suggested angels, but i didn’t think angels were badass enough, so i went with dragons. considering no monsters ever got through the perimeter, i think i made the right call. :D

dragons are ALWAYS the right call
I wish my parents had done something like this for me. 


My father put salt around the entrances to the room and said “break the seal and you die”

shellebelle93:

jumpingjacktrash:

the-rain-monster:

actualwendigohanniballecter:

actuallyatimelord:

fromonesurvivortoanother:

defyodds:

eveningowl:

 

My parents told me angels were surrounding my room; protecting it from all sides. My dad still does this when my room scares me (PTSD sucks) and it honestly helps. My dad would go into detail about how they were standing post and he would (and still does) talk to them about what their job is. When I was younger I used to picture what can best be described as traditional nutcrackers, but as humans.

If your room freaks you out for some reason, imagining something like that can help. At 26 it helps me.

This makes me want to cry because it’s so nice.

This is beautiful.

this is so nice omg. i love this.

also

dont forget the salt.

I would have put the nail polish on my toes because that’s by far the most vulnerable body part.

my mom told me to ‘summon’ four guardians, one for each bedpost, by clearly visualizing each one before i sleep. with each night i did this, she said, they would grow stronger against monsters.

she suggested angels, but i didn’t think angels were badass enough, so i went with dragons. considering no monsters ever got through the perimeter, i think i made the right call. :D

dragons are ALWAYS the right call

I wish my parents had done something like this for me. 

My father put salt around the entrances to the room and said “break the seal and you die”