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guacagabs:

toumakis from ywpd_69min on twitter ^_^

one was from the toudou+maki prompt and the other was from the fairy tale prompt

these are so fun! i wish i could do every promptt!!!

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teamfivey:

"The average writer has three plot holes a story" factoid actually just statistical error. Steven Moffat, who lives in a cave and has over 10,000 plot holes an episode, is an outlier adn should not have been counted.

July 2014
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lok critical / lok hate under the cut
do not reblog ///

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trixiedragon:

makototachi-feely:

thats it. thats their relationship

even more true when you realize nagisa is telling rei to get naked.

trixiedragon:

makototachi-feely:

thats it. thats their relationship

even more true when you realize nagisa is telling rei to get naked.

#lmfao   #free!   #reigisa   #swimming dorks   
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futsin:

Here we go. Current upload (from July 16) goes first, then the tweaked one afterwards. Sound is incomplete.

I’m going to add clothing movements, a few more swings, and some beefier patting sounds when the hits connect/are blocked.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh its coming alonggggg

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egberts:

if you try to tell me cold doesnt have a smell you’re wrong

when its really cold you can literally smell how cold it is

#xluvren   
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hagar-972:

leahazel:

kamidoodles:

Hey UK friends I hear you guys are going through a heat wave.

Please remember to stay hydrated! If you need help keeping cool, putting wet cloths in the freezer then placing them on you helps. Also putting a bowl of water in front of a fan, or putting a wet cloth over the fan helps too. If you can shower and stay wet, that will also help.

If you start feeling woozy and nauseous, please stay indoors and slowly try to rehydrate. If you start getting sick, please see a doctor.

Take care of yourselves in the heat!

Other problems that can happen during heat waves: heat exhaustion, heat stroke, hyponatremia. If you can avoid going out between 11 AM and 3 PM, do. If you are out during these hours, maybe wear a hat. While you’re remembering to drink more water, remember to correspondingly balance your salt intake. Hyponatremia, or sodium deficit, can sneak up on you and one of its common symptoms is confusion, which can be very disconcerting. 

A lot of the above advice assumes your weather is dry. If your weather is humid, it’ll be useless or even damaging. Additionally, if you actually have a heat condition developing, ice-cold cloths can mess you up by cooling your blood too fast.

If it’s dry enough it doesn’t feel like you’re sweating, your primary risk is dehydration with a secondary risk of hyponatraemia. Drink more than you think you should, and get extra salt for every extra 0.5L. Do not drink sports drinks, most of them are made of sugar and are useless. Do not expose large swathes of your skin to the sun. Do not expose your head to the sun. Wetting your hat/headscarf/neck cover is great. Wetting other articles of clothes if you can is good. Do not put ice-cold cloth on sun-heated skin, if you’re lucky it will only give you massively sore muscles.

If you have difficulty drinking enough water, drink juice. Natural juices are best, but sweetened drinks will also do. Coffee, tea or caffeinated drinks do not count. Avoid carbonated drinks, they will make you drink less.

If it’s humid enough sweat is sticking to your skin (or if you’re highly active), heat stroke is a risk. Dehydration will make you feel queasy and dry and give you a massive headache. Heat stroke will make you disoriented, possibly dizzy - and did I mention disoriented? If you suddenly can’t think, put cool (not cold) wet cloths over your head/neck/shoulders and, if you’re at home and get away with it, over your inner thighs. Get a lukewarm shower if you can. If not, just lay down. If you don’t get better within ten minutes, seek medical attention, do not wait. Heat stroke is not difficult to treat but it can fuck you up massively if you leave it untreated, and I mean massively.

If you get muscle cramps and it’s not because you cooled your muscles off too fast, your likely suspects are hyponatraemia and heat shock. My experience is that heat shock will mess up your head more, and faster. (Unless you drank >1.5L of water at once. Don’t do that.)

To make homemade saline (quickest remedy for hyponatraemia and will spare you an IV needle if your arm), put 1/4tsp salt in a regular glass of water and add a touch of lemon juice. (Note that most glasses that say “300ml” will only fit about 250ml and count as a regular glass for this purpose.) If this tastes like heaven, you totally had hyponatraemia and you should make yourself another glass. Don’t add more salt relative to the water, that will just make you throw up.

If you’re going to be active in dehydration-weather (dry) you can totally drink saline instead of water: athletes do this. However, I recommend getting Isostar or some other isotonic drink. It’ll taste better. But if you’re not used to the temperatures, just don’t. Really, just, don’t. You know how people from non-freeze climates get fucked up when they come to your country, at temperatures you won’t even mind? That’s you right now. If it’s hotter than you’re used to, don’t be active in the weather.

Reblogging for even more info! Yes, thank you for pointing out that I neglected to factor humidity in my advice. (I live in a desert, so humidity is not a frequent problem here, though it has been lately due to it being an El Niño year)

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limecomic:

Another progress shot of the character height sheet. (:

just two more characters to go! (at least, til we introduce more ;] )

limecomic:

Another progress shot of the character height sheet. (:

just two more characters to go! (at least, til we introduce more ;] )

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kamidoodles:

Hi everyone! As many of you know, I recently started a patreon account so I can work full-time on my comics and my Filipino racebending series.

How it works: You subscribe to me for a monthly amount. It can be as little as $1 USD, or it can be as much or more than $100 USD. It’s up to you and what you can afford. In return, I give you stuff! Neat, huh? 

What your money does: It makes sure that I can keep doing all the stuff you guys enjoy! If I can get funded on patreon, there is no need for me to take on extra work in order to pay bills, which means I can go full-time with all my projects.

What you get:  All patrons get early access to my work, exclusive sneak peeks, and exclusive livestreams. Depending on how much you pledge, you can also get free sketches, free prints, free fully rendered pieces, customised tutorials, one-on-one livestreams, you / your character featured in a comic… you get the drift! And for every pledge total milestone I reach, there are even more goodies and benefits! 

Things I’ll make with funding: The two biggest, in-progress projects at the moment are lime, a comic I am working on with zombizombi, and my Filipino racebending series. You can view progress on lime [here], and view the racebend series [here].

I also have plans for a comic called Zathryn, based on an old NaNoWriMo piece, and a yet-unnamed comic ouyangdan and I are collaborating on.

Great! What now? Please feel free to go ahead and [subscribe to my patreon] and reblog this post to share with your followers. If you have any questions about this, send me an [ask]!

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sofapizza:

tonimorrisons:

hispanic parents have a sixth sense

#i cant stop watching this vine it’s so well done it deserves an oscar

captivating

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xluvren:

My best friend’s cat is silly.

look at this butt

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leahazel:

kamidoodles:

Hey UK friends I hear you guys are going through a heat wave.

Please remember to stay hydrated! If you need help keeping cool, putting wet cloths in the freezer then placing them on you helps. Also putting a bowl of water in front of a fan, or putting a wet cloth over the fan helps too. If you can shower and stay wet, that will also help.

If you start feeling woozy and nauseous, please stay indoors and slowly try to rehydrate. If you start getting sick, please see a doctor.

Take care of yourselves in the heat!

Other problems that can happen during heat waves: heat exhaustion, heat stroke, hyponatremia. If you can avoid going out between 11 AM and 3 PM, do. If you are out during these hours, maybe wear a hat. While you’re remembering to drink more water, remember to correspondingly balance your salt intake. Hyponatremia, or sodium deficit, can sneak up on you and one of its common symptoms is confusion, which can be very disconcerting. 

Thanks for the helpful additional info!

July 2014
23

i wanna do the thing with the top 10 chars

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wakaflaquita:

is rice not the best link between all poc?

the most wonderful common denominator?

#aw yeah