30 day otp challenge: Day 17 Spooning rest of my entries
a sudden intense size difference kink
Guess whose been watching the gay swimming anime thanks to some encouragement by whonagi! I drew this on my phone as well. For those who asked, you don’t need a stylus to draw decently on autodesk sketchbook mobile. I drew this with just my finger directly on the screen!
Don’t Say “That’s So Gay” Campaign (Wanda Sykes) [ x ]
How about a round of applause.
THIS IS WHAT A WORLD LEADER LOOKS LIKE.
DESMOND TUTU, I OFFICIALLY LOVE YOU.
"I would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven. No, I would say sorry, I mean I would much rather go to the other place," Archbishop Tutu said at the launch of the Free and Equal campaign in Cape Town.
"I would not worship a God who is homophobic and that is how deeply I feel about this."
Archbishop Tutu said the campaign against homophobia was similar to the campaign waged against racism in South Africa.
"I am as passionate about this campaign as I ever was about apartheid. For me, it is at the same level," he added.
[source: BBC News]
The universe is big. It’s vast and complicated and ridiculous. And sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them you.
See more Doctor Who pick up lines [here].
Supernatural Season 9 Meme
↳ Favorite Scenes (3/5)It’s all right, Cas. You were right. You were right about everything.
"Trans (formaciones) I" 2010
Javier Pérez was born in Bilbao in 1968. He lives and works in Barcelona. His work is permeated by a strong symbolism and accompanied by an intense use of metaphor.The artist’s favorite subjects for addressing the impermanence and cyclic nature of life are the body and time. Works such asMutaciones (2004), a mixed media installation exhibited at the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid, or Tempus fugit (2002) emphasize the inexorable passage of time and the inevitable traces that it leaves on the body from a biological but, above all, from an existential point of view. To create his art, Pérez uses strong, often antithetical means of communication like horse hair and polyester, silkworm cocoons and ceramics, or cattle intestines and blown glass.
If I think about the implications and possible backstory of this scene and then go further and think about the sort of relationship between Lestrade and Sherlock, I will burst into tears.