HOLY SHIT! 7K FOLLOWERS?!
Hello my lovely followers! A while ago, I promised I’d start the next giveaway while sorting through my previous one and getting the winners set up with their info and prize choices. This new giveaway is STRICTLY for cosplay, but NOT limited to Homestuck!
Thanks to this babe for my banner!
PRIZES, OH MY:
- $150 USD to Amazon.com, no gift card will be sent, I will be ordering and shipping directly to your house, shipping is not included in your total price.
- One wig from Arda Wigs of your choice.
- One small prop from Etsy (under $30 USD).
- $100 USD to Amazon.com, no gift card will be sent, I will be ordering and shipping directly to your house, shipping is not included in your total price.
- One wig from Arda Wigs of your choice.
RULES, READ THEM:
- Likes DO NOT count.
- As many reblogs, do NOT spam.
- Must be following me.
- No giveaway blogs, I actually check.
- ENDS MAY 30TH, 2014 AT 8 PM EST.
So far so good, to be continued.
Pardon me while I go hyperventilate in a corner every time this shows up on my dash.
this is beautiful omg
Seeing Historia up against that wall in the last one makes me want to do naughty, naughty things…
What song is this to?… Is it I got a boy or I don’t need a man?
I’ve been waiting my whole life for this
LISA IS A POLYAMOROUS BISEXUAL
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE SEPARATE FRAMES I HAVE WANTED TO SEE THEM FOREVER
This makes me somewhat sad
omg i cant get over lisa being bisexual omg
That’s one hell of an easter egg to find.
A critically ill Maltese terrier has been saved from near certain death by getting blind drunk.
Charlie was rushed to pet A&E by his owner after he licked up some anti-freeze from her garage floor in Melbourne, Australia.
Realising he was suffering from Ethylene Glycol poisoning, quick thinking vets began giving Charlie vodka through tubes into his nose a stomach.
The ethanol in vodka alters the chemical reaction that the coolant triggers when broken down in the liver preventing kidney failure, vets atMelbourne’s’ Animal and Accident Emergency said.
“In Australia, the only antidote we have is alcohol…In fact for the whole weekend, Charlie had a huge party with us in the Pet ICU,” the team said in a blogpost.
The small terrier was given 70cl - an entire bottle - of vodka over two days, after which he showed no signs of kidney failure. He was however left nursing a big hangover.
“He just slept and slept and slept,” owner Jacinta Rosewarne toldThe Herald Sun.
“He was definitely drunk,” she added. “He was stumbling around, I’d go to pat him and he’d push me away like a normal drunk person, he was vomiting a little, whining like a drunk.”
“I thought it was hilarious … It was distressing but funny at the same time.”
THIS IS AN ACTUAL THING THAT WORKS.
In the small town I’m from there was someone going around poisoning dogs with antifreeze and our dog got hit as well.
Thankfully my mom knows her shit about dogs and noticed the early warning signs of it. She fed him a bunch of bread soaked in vodka and he was fine.
Well it works for humans…
I had one of these growing up and I was such shit at it I literally have never heard one used for anything other than plonky, labored renditions of ‘twinkle twinkle little star’ in my living room. This is gorgeous.
An entire generation could have been prepared for playing the Kalimba from all the texting and handheld games they’ve played.
All of a sudden I’m very interested in learning to play the kalimba.
Why I Love Toronto Reason #334
Underneath Toronto right before you hit Ninja Turtle Territory and the TTC is an underground mall. PATH is a 28 km underground walkway with retail stores, services and entertainment. The PATH has such a variety of stores for you to shop at with some common stores you may see above ground and other little no name stores you are most likely only to find underground or in random plaza’s. The PATH has a number of retail stores which include clothing stores for men and women as well as jewelry and arts stores as well. They have services ranging from shoe repair, framing, photocopying, male grooming and travel as well as food venues located in food court like areas or scattered throughout mixed in with the other services underneath. The PATH is actually considered the largest underground shopping complex according to the Guinness World Records and also hosts the world’s largest underground sidewalk sale.
What I love about the PATHs website is how it describes its shopping experience. To them it is an exploration. I 100% agree with that because if you have ever been in the PATH it truly is a place to explore and get lost in. I know downtown Toronto so well I could walk around with my eyes close and tell people where to go without even looking in the direction. That is because I know the streets, the buildings and the sounds of the area. If someone were to ask me how to get to this building while in the PATH I’d be like “I have no clue where civilization is!” but that is the fun part about PATH, getting lost and finding little hidden gems underneath the city of Toronto. Also let’s be honest when it’s like 100 degrees outside, the snow is up to your knees and it is so cool you feel like you are in The Day After Tomorrow, the PATH is nice escape. In fact a city report in the 60’s noted the need for a space that wasn’t too crowed by human beings and a place to relieve the full capacity that the city sidewalks had to deal with. The first part of the PATH is said to have opened in 1973.
Another cool thing to note is that each letter in the word PATH represents a direction – I just thought it was cool and colourful! Anyways, the P is red and represents south, the A is orange and represents west, T is blue for north and H is yellow for east. These letters are there to help guide you through the underground complex and to some of the major Toronto building and landmarks that are connected to it.
Overall the PATH is an interesting place to get lost in. Like I said you can find some of the most random places here and I will admit there are areas of the PATH which look really dumpy, but still it is a really cool area to get to explore when you have the time because you can get lost pretty easily guaranteed.
That Is Why I Love Toronto.
Yup, I agree, When ever we where in Toronto going to Sick Children’s and we had the time to spare we would go to the underground and walk around in there, and get to the train station without having walked outside.