some happy teenagers w00t~
Imagine that at the end of Dumbledore’s speech at the beginning of the year, he asks if there are any questions, and one first year muggleborn kid raises his hand, whips out a smart phone and asks for the wifi password.
And then Dumbledore just casually says “Sherbet lemon, with a capital S”, and commences the feast like it’s no big deal while the non-muggleborns think WIFI is some sort of secret society.
That Thomas Hardy comic reminded me that I never posted this Adventure Time comic. I tried to keep this super tight and on-model(ish) and just as much like an episode as possible, which is probably the opposite of the point of these guest comics. This was for the winter special so it’s about as out of season as it can be. These are pages 1-4 of 8.
I’m not very good at being nice irl because at my core I’m a douche so I’m just aggressively helpful in video games
Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this.
Everyone should know these things.
thanks to mainstream media and being unable to show breasts on TV, way too few people know about female signs of cardiac distress, and impending heart attacks. they only know about the “pain in the left arm” male symptom.
i had all these symptoms once and they sent me right to hospital
it was scary bc i didnt know these were the symptoms for female heart issues
Please, please, PLEASE, reblog this. i don’t know if I did save or called false alarm, with my boss’ life tonight. I felt I was being a bit paranoid, overreacting, but I told Mirage my thoughts and he, after reading over the article I showed him, immediately sprung into action and then shooed her off to the hospital. I don’t know if I did or not, but I knew she’d been super stressed. She’d off-handedly commented on her arm tingling and I asked her if she felt queasy on a hunch. I went to look at the symptoms and we went from there.
Taking Care of Your Nasty Self at College, an Advisory Post
It is August as I write this, and that means that in the Northern Hemisphere, soon lots of young tumblies will be heading off to university or college, and many of them will be going to live away from home for the first time, whether in a dormitory or an apartment or a shared house.
This is exciting and neat because for the first time you will have an independence and privacy that you could never have while living in your family home. You can arrange things the way you want them and run things your way (well, you’ll need to negotiate some agreements and compromises if you are sharing with a roomie or flatmate, but the point is you won’t have to follow your parents’ rules or routines if you don’t want to).
If your parents have already given you a good grounding in running a home by requiring you to do an increasing share of the household chores as you grew up, they have done you a major and practical solid, even if it was often a pain in the ass. (If they treated you like a servant and yelled at you a lot and said mean things, I’m very sorry you had to go through that and glad you’re getting away from it now.) These skills put you ahead of the game.
A lot of young people living independently for the first time hit a wall after the excitement of novelty wears off. They don’t know how to take good care of themselves or their homes and it affects their health, mental and physical, their ability to study and learn, and their social prospects. Aunt Airy wants to help you avoid those problems by telling you, explicitly, some things that you may not have been taught at home about how to keep house (or apartment, or dorm room, or whatever). As we still live in a dumbass patriarchal culture, boys are more likely than girls to be clueless about housekeeping and self care, and to have had mothers who did so many things for them without mentioning it that the necessary work was actually invisible to them. None of this is meant to make you feel guilty or scared or anything like that. It’s purely meant to be helpful and useful.
today at the bookstore i asked the lady working if she had any lgbtq books that i could check out and her eyes magnified in what i mistook as horror and i thought i had offended her and then she said “i have a bag of lesbian fiction in the basement i’ve been waiting for someone to finally ask” and she all but burst down the stairs to get them for me
"I have a bag of lesbian fiction in the basement" is my new go-to pickup line
It sounds like you chose the right NPC interaction dialogue. Hang on to those lesbian books, you’ll probably need them in an upcoming side quest
Ok, so I finally made a thing, because I realize that infographs are kind of my coping mechanism.
Let me know if you think my wording is rude, or uninclusive, or if you have some words to say about how my words are said!
Be polite everyone!
More splices/fusions! (full view pls)
This is a mod called Dovahbit, in which the bunny is your companion. You can give him different hats. It’s ridiculously adorable.