she’s just saying that because it’s probably difficult to reach her vagina.
you obviously have no idea how the female anatomy works and I’m assuming that’s because you’ve never touched a vagina in real life so why don’t you pipe the fuck down. pro tip: you can use your tears as lube while you’re masturbating tonight.
OH THAT WAS GOLD
First post’s right, though, she is craaaaaaazy cute.
You know what?
I don’t care if being a lesbian isn’t natural.
Its 2013. Oreos don’t have a single natural ingredient in them that isn’t distilled out of recognition. People get their vegetables from cans. They have made cruelty-free, lab-grown BACON. People fly around in big, metal machines.
I. AM. TALKING. TO SOMEONE. ACROSS THE WORLD. IN A MATTER OF SECONDS.
Not natural. Is not bad.
Your rhetoric is no longer a valid excuse for hate.
#the OWLs and the NEWTs were under the ministry of magic and they happen earlier in the year #they have nothing to do with the school’s exams #they’re like the SATs or the AP tests #if your school decided to cancel your final exams for some reason THE SATS WOULD STILL HAPPEN (via coffeeandcheesecake)
We take Harry Potter very seriously here
Post-digital is a confusing phrase. It’s hard to know what people mean when they throw it around—are we done with digital? What does digital even mean anymore? The definition is blurry. But to Ron Labaco, post-digital is less about a definition than it is about a mindset. Labaco, a curator at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, has put together a massive exhibition of digitally fabricated works from 2005 to present day for the recently opened Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital.
The collection of more than 100 works is a comprehensive survey of design pieces and works of art that illustrate Labaco’s point—which is that over the past decade, there’s been a shift in the way that we talk and think about digital fabrication. Meaning, as technology becomes more ingrained in our daily lives, we’re moving away from a preoccupation with the technology itself into discussions about how it can be used and applied. In other words, we’ve entered the post-digital era. “These technologies are now being utilized as tools,” Labaco explains. “So it’s part of the toolkit as much as a chisel or as much as a paintbrush.”
Possibilities all around us, ever expanding.
Jacqueline Carey, Kushiel’s Dart
Just a fantastic book series, btw. Amazing.
I don’t know why this is so funny but I legit just laughed for probably 10 minutes straight oh my god
Well, one thing’s for sure…whoever did this is going to end up…
in the doghouse.
Hold on. Let me write this in my handy dandy notebook.