Anonymous said: In high school I told someone who called another guy the N-word "Fuck you, you racist fuck!" and I got suspended. At the time I told the principal it was worth it. In retrospect I should have told him it was unjusti-fuckin-fiable.

yoisthisracist:

Racists: pretending swearing at racists is worse than racism is racist, you assholes.

random-fandom-girl:

Another angle of the finished product. #skyrim #alterationtome #elderscrolls #bookbox #craft #crafting #alteration

random-fandom-girl:

Another angle of the finished product. #skyrim #alterationtome #elderscrolls #bookbox #craft #crafting #alteration

hikaru811:

It’s been too long since my last craft post - but it’s because I have been so busy with all my cross stitching! Each take a while to make, but photos are coming.I’m resurrecting an old kind of post where I review craft books, except this time it’s etsy and online sellers! I hope you enjoy it and maybe you’ll discover a new favorite seller!Today’s Featured Seller: Satsuma StreetWebsite: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SatsumaStreetI bought the Tokyo cross stitch pattern (as shown in the photo) from Satsuma Street a few months back and I just adored how it turned out. I bought it because I loved the style of the pattern and the beautiful color combination that was used. And believe me, the finished product looked just as beautiful as I had hoped it would.When you buy from Satsuma Street you receive instant downloadable files on etsy, which is always convenient. The pattern is clear, in color, with easy to read distinguishable symbols. She has close up shots of the pattern, and I found no issues whatsoever throughout the entire pattern.I highly recommend taking a look at her site if you do enjoy cross stitch - she has beautiful, modern patterns for an extremely reasonable price. Please check her out - if I had more time, I would make practically every single pattern of hers!Rating: 5 / 5If you have any etsy sellers that you love for patterns and crafting, please let me know in the comments! I might just check it ooooout.

hikaru811:

It’s been too long since my last craft post - but it’s because I have been so busy with all my cross stitching! Each take a while to make, but photos are coming.

I’m resurrecting an old kind of post where I review craft books, except this time it’s etsy and online sellers! I hope you enjoy it and maybe you’ll discover a new favorite seller!

Today’s Featured Seller: Satsuma Street
Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SatsumaStreet

I bought the Tokyo cross stitch pattern (as shown in the photo) from Satsuma Street a few months back and I just adored how it turned out. I bought it because I loved the style of the pattern and the beautiful color combination that was used. And believe me, the finished product looked just as beautiful as I had hoped it would.

When you buy from Satsuma Street you receive instant downloadable files on etsy, which is always convenient. The pattern is clear, in color, with easy to read distinguishable symbols. She has close up shots of the pattern, and I found no issues whatsoever throughout the entire pattern.

I highly recommend taking a look at her site if you do enjoy cross stitch - she has beautiful, modern patterns for an extremely reasonable price. Please check her out - if I had more time, I would make practically every single pattern of hers!

Rating: 5 / 5


If you have any etsy sellers that you love for patterns and crafting, please let me know in the comments! I might just check it ooooout.

anamorphose-osmose:

Paper mobile sur We Heart It.

anamorphose-osmose:

Paper mobile sur We Heart It.

marshu:

Then there is this little bastard!I had a lot of fun doing this poke shaming of mudkip.

marshu:

Then there is this little bastard!
I had a lot of fun doing this poke shaming of mudkip.

(via kobayashii-maru)

tamorapierce:

Well, America?

The last time a bunch of immigrant kids got into our precious country was under another darn liber—oh, yeah.  Reagan.

Funny how the right didn’t scream bloody murder then, isn’t it?  Only why ain’t I laughing?

(Source: sandandglass)

tamorapierce:

sixpenceee:

Sir Nicholas Winton is a humanitarian who organized a rescue operation that saved the lives of 669 Jewish Czechoslovakia children from Nazi death camps, and brought them to the safety of Great Britain between the years 1938-1939.

After the war, his efforts remained unknown. But in 1988, Winton’s wife Grete found the scrapbook from 1939 with the complete list of children’s names and photos. Sir Nicholas Winton is sitting in an audience of Jewish Czechoslovakian people who he saved 50 years before.

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