Love the Boobs

Love the Boobs

leomanaids:

bitchcraftandwiggatry:

dirudo:

"I’m not rich"

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"But I have a big dick"

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"I don’t have a big dick"

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"But I am rich"

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"I’m rich"

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"And I have a big dick"

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(via allleftstanding)

dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.

dog-with-a-bong:

As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender roles were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a woman in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re supposed to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is meant to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion does not matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.

(via mariatsukiko)

clockworkquartet:

wewfI already drew toon wolf link but I wanted to retry
clockworkquartet:

wewfI already drew toon wolf link but I wanted to retry

clockworkquartet:

wewf
I already drew toon wolf link but I wanted to retry

(via spitblaze)


Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

Lopmon vs. Terriermon

(via crewk)

prostheticknowledge:

The Pixel Painter

Meet Hal Lasko, 97 year old retired graphic designer, who spends his days making art on MS Paint. Pixelites … prepare to have your heart’s melt … video embedded below:

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.
Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a blend of pointillism and 8-Bit art.

Hal also has a website where you can see more of his works, which you can find here

Reblogging this today as today would have been his 99th birthday (he sadly died in July the 6th this year). He even had a Tumblr blog, hallasko.
RIP Hal Lasko
prostheticknowledge:

The Pixel Painter

Meet Hal Lasko, 97 year old retired graphic designer, who spends his days making art on MS Paint. Pixelites … prepare to have your heart’s melt … video embedded below:

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.
Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a blend of pointillism and 8-Bit art.

Hal also has a website where you can see more of his works, which you can find here

Reblogging this today as today would have been his 99th birthday (he sadly died in July the 6th this year). He even had a Tumblr blog, hallasko.
RIP Hal Lasko
prostheticknowledge:

The Pixel Painter

Meet Hal Lasko, 97 year old retired graphic designer, who spends his days making art on MS Paint. Pixelites … prepare to have your heart’s melt … video embedded below:

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.
Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a blend of pointillism and 8-Bit art.

Hal also has a website where you can see more of his works, which you can find here

Reblogging this today as today would have been his 99th birthday (he sadly died in July the 6th this year). He even had a Tumblr blog, hallasko.
RIP Hal Lasko

prostheticknowledge:

The Pixel Painter

Meet Hal Lasko, 97 year old retired graphic designer, who spends his days making art on MS Paint. Pixelites … prepare to have your heart’s melt … video embedded below:

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.

Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a blend of pointillism and 8-Bit art.

Hal also has a website where you can see more of his works, which you can find here

Reblogging this today as today would have been his 99th birthday (he sadly died in July the 6th this year). He even had a Tumblr blog, hallasko.

RIP Hal Lasko

(via spitblaze)

melvanainchains:

oh for christ’s sake i think i might’ve actually seen this in real life

melvanainchains:

oh for christ’s sake i think i might’ve actually seen this in real life

(via jagerbombastic)

allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.
allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.
allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.
allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.
allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.
allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.

allisonchinart:

Hey guys, finally made a tutorial. :D Also on the deviantART: [ x ]

This is simply me sharing some of my thoughts when going through a painting. My views and opinions are constantly evolving, so nothing I say here is really concrete. This is just a current update on some of my thoughts and approaches to digital painting. Hope you enjoy!

Feedback is always appreciated so I can make a better tutorial. If there’s something specific you see in my work you’d like to see explained, let me know too.

(via gryphonspiel)

playing the line-dot-thing game with Hoenn Map

trumpetsconfirmed:

mana-pudding:

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holy shit

(via spitblaze)