A compilation of craziness and uniqueness that covers everything from the perfectness that is Andrew-Lee Potts, to whatever happens to strike my fancy on that particular day.

A multishipper who WILL NOT stand for ANY kind of hate.

Acceptance of all here.

Welcome, and please make yourself at home!

(P.S. Madness not required, but entirely acceptable!)

 

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anarchacannibalism:

klanos:

fistbunp:

my four-part harmony cover of Make Her A Member Of The Midnight Crew. i finally recorded all the parts in a studio and i’m really happy with how it came out!

OH MY GOD THIS NEEDS TO BE POSTED TO YOUTUBE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

FUCK FuVcFU cUCUF UFUCKF UFCK FUCK FUCK YES

all the midnight crew are girls btw

Pretty!

Amazing!

Fantastic!

10/10 would listen again!

karengilian:

misscherrylikesitdirty:

I think I might have broken my finger reblogging this. 

EVERYONE TAKE A MINUTE TO JUST APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT DONALD GLOVER EXISTS AND KNOWS WHAT THE FUCK IS UP

(Source: the-average-gatsby)

amandaonwriting:

10 Signs That You’re a Writer 
by Writability
You constantly edit. Whether it’s while you’re driving down the street and pass a misspelled sign, or grammatical errors in Facebook posts, you fix errors constantly in your mind—and sometimes not so silently. 
You’re highly observant. And not only do you notice things all the time, but you file them away in your I could write about this later folder. 
You often ask, “How could I describe this?” You don’t ignore your life experiences—everything from walking outside during a torrential downpour, to burning yourself while cooking, to taking the first bite of a piping-hot homemade chocolate chip cookie can be used in your writing, and you often pause to think about how you would describe it in words. 
You have a hyperactive imagination. There’s never a dull moment in that head of yours—your imagination is always working on overtime to keep you entertained and give you fresh ideas. 
You feel inspired to write after reading a good book. Enough said. 
You often daydream about your WIPs. Your characters never completely leave you— they walk alongside you throughout the day and give you new ideas when you least expect it. 
You feel guilty if you haven’t written anything in a while. What a “while” is depends, but after a writing hiatus, a part of you begins to demand that you get back to the keyboard and reprimands you if you don’t. 
Grammar jokes are funny. Well, they are. 
You can’t get enough books. After all, every new book is a couple hours worth of inspiration. 
You keep doing this writing thing. It doesn’t matter if you’re not published, if no one else cares if you continue to write, if you don’t make a penny off of the words that you put on the page—none of that matters, because you’ll continue to write anyway. 
10 Signs by Writability
Reblogged from Writers Write 

amandaonwriting:

10 Signs That You’re a Writer

by Writability

  1. You constantly edit. Whether it’s while you’re driving down the street and pass a misspelled sign, or grammatical errors in Facebook posts, you fix errors constantly in your mind—and sometimes not so silently. 
  2. You’re highly observant. And not only do you notice things all the time, but you file them away in your I could write about this later folder. 
  3. You often ask, “How could I describe this?” You don’t ignore your life experiences—everything from walking outside during a torrential downpour, to burning yourself while cooking, to taking the first bite of a piping-hot homemade chocolate chip cookie can be used in your writing, and you often pause to think about how you would describe it in words. 
  4. You have a hyperactive imagination. There’s never a dull moment in that head of yours—your imagination is always working on overtime to keep you entertained and give you fresh ideas. 
  5. You feel inspired to write after reading a good book. Enough said. 
  6. You often daydream about your WIPs. Your characters never completely leave you— they walk alongside you throughout the day and give you new ideas when you least expect it. 
  7. You feel guilty if you haven’t written anything in a while. What a “while” is depends, but after a writing hiatus, a part of you begins to demand that you get back to the keyboard and reprimands you if you don’t. 
  8. Grammar jokes are funny. Well, they are. 
  9. You can’t get enough books. After all, every new book is a couple hours worth of inspiration. 
  10. You keep doing this writing thing. It doesn’t matter if you’re not published, if no one else cares if you continue to write, if you don’t make a penny off of the words that you put on the page—none of that matters, because you’ll continue to write anyway. 

10 Signs by Writability

Reblogged from Writers Write 

Surround yourself with people who make you happy. People who make you laugh, who help you when you’re in need. People who genuinely care. They are the ones worth keeping in your life. Everyone else is just passing through.

Karl Marx (via thepinesaredancing)

Sleep-Deprived Confessions

andrewteapotts:

Imagine Person A of your OTP getting so sleep-deprived that they accidentally confess their feelings to Person B before they can realize what they’re saying.

Becker and Jess are forced to work a night shift, Jess learns the hard way that she lacks a filter when tired.

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happyjared:

in case you haven’t heard it today, you are fucking wonderful and the world is a better place for having you in it.

especially my world. my world is brighter. all of you are sunbeams. sunbeams with cute butts and fab hair and lovely tummies.

Pumpkin Online Aims to Include Everyone, Everywhere | Indie Game Magazine

lgbtlaughs:

ladynorbert:

Okay, Tumblr, let’s make this go viral. You all know that representation in the media is desperately needed, and this game is delivering what many of the big-name games haven’t. Pumpkin Online is made by a development team headed by an African-American woman and they’re aiming to make this game as inclusive and friendly as possible. This is a farming/romance sim mixed up with an adventure MMORPG and made incredibly diverse.

You want to play a non-binary character? You got it! You want a range of races in your NPC neighbors? Done! Clothing choices and body features not restricted by gender? It’s in there! Relationships in no way affected by gender or lack of gender? Yes, that too!

Let’s get this thing going viral and help promote the Kickstarter (link in the article) so that everyone gets the chance to play the character they want to play. Reblog buttons, do your thing!

Quick links: KickstarterFacebookTwitter, Tumblr