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Soy Gadya, otra refritadora de momentos sin magia. Me apasionan el arte, el Yaoi, la Historia, el Yaoi, el manga, el Yaoi, el dibujo, el yaoi, Disney, el Yaoi, los libros, el Yaoi, los guiones de Robin Wood, el Yaoi, el Yaoi, el Yaoi, los Videojuegos, el Yaoi... Y LA COMIDA!!!!!!! NO OLVIDEMOS LA COMIDA!!!!!
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REBLOG IF YOU AREN’T HOMOPHOBIC

shave-your-beard-louis:

I’ll be writing down every url that reblogs in a notebook and I’m giving it to my homophobic father.

sir-laughsalot:

sir-laughsalot:

I was looking at my friend’s cat pictures and she has a cat that’s more attractive than some human girls…

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I WASN’T KIDDING

wannabeanimator:

CalArts Lecture via Robertryan Cory

tutorialsetc:

Face/Nose shapes reference by Kibbitzer

tutorialsetc:

Face/Nose shapes reference by Kibbitzer

anime-mes:

seré rico después de encontrarlo

anime-mes:

seré rico después de encontrarlo

An Infinite List of Favorite Collections - Hamda Al Fahim F/W 2014 Haute Couture

fabgaylespez:

scottiemcchottie:

narcissusmetamorphosis:

we have all read fanfiction that we shouldn’t have

just a few favorite tags

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oh god i’m so sorry but i took a look at some of the tags and i need to share a few more

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art-of-swords:

European Daggers

Photo #1 - Dagger with scabbard and combined knife and fork

  • Dated: 1600 - 1850; 17th century (blade) and circa 1840 (hilt)
  • Medium: iron or steel, ivory, silver, gold, leather and wood, engraved
  • Measurements: blade length: 25.2 cm; width: 0.9 cm; weight: 0.24 kg

Photo #2 - Dagger

  • Dated: probably 19th century
  • Culture: Italian
  • Medium: iron or steel, bronze, gold, turtle-shell, wood and copper, inlaid, damascened and blued
  • Measurements: blade length: 20.5 cm; width: 3.2 cm; weight: 0.23 kg

Photo #3 - Dagger

  • Dated: circa 1490 - 1510
  • Culture: German
  • Medium: steel, ivory, silver and gold, niello, etched and gilt
  • Measurements: blade length: 30 cm; width: 3.2 cm; weight: 0.3 kg
  • Inscriptions: ‘OMA I TE…E.I EMEM’ and the maker’s mark

Photo #4 - Ear Dagger

  • Dated: mid 16th century
  • Culture: Spanish
  • Medium: steel, filed and etched
  • Measurements: blade length: 23.2 cm; weight: 0.205 kg

Photo #5 - Rondel Dagger

  • Dated: 1st half of 16th century
  • Culture: German
  • Medium: steel, engraved
  • Measurements: blade length: 24.8 cm; width: 1.3 cm; weight: 0.25 kg
  • Insciptions: the maker’s mark 6.3cm from the hilt

Photo #6 - Dagger

  • Dated: probably circa 1520 and 19th century (blade); possibly 19th century (hilt)
  • Culture: Italian
  • Medium: iron or steel, gold and ivory, carved, etched and gilt
  • Measurements: blade length: 25.8 cm; width: 2.8 cm; weight: 0.21 kg

Source: Copyright © The Wallace Collection

On Adaptations and Dreamcasting

dgaider:

So, Richard Armitage for Loghain and Chris Hemsworth for Maric in a live action adaptation of The Stolen Throne? Yes, hell yes, or ‘I am so sorry I did no think of this myself’ are all acceptable answers. Hahaha, but in all seriousness, if you did have a live cast for a Dragon Age movie, do you have any actors or actresses you would really want for particular roles? — fan question

A live action Dragon Age movie? Gosh.

Before I say anything, I’ll just state up front that I’ve no idea if such a project could ever conceivably happen. If it did, I’d have no knowledge of it and I’d be unlikely to ever be consulted regarding it (outside of lore matters, maybe?), so take any of my opinions on it as the same kind of hypothetical speculation that y’all get up to.

So, with that in mind, I’ll say that I find the idea of a live action Dragon Age movie difficult to picture…at least insofar as most Dragon Age fans probably picture it, which is as a direct adaptation of either Origins or DA2.

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inthedimmingdivide:

hungry-horny-feminist:

First Kiss (creator asked 20 strangers to kiss for the first time)

This makes me unbelievably happy. 

This is actually really cute.