Lobster in a bucket looks like a gigantic monster on a metallic planet, and the waterdrops look like stars.
This is transcendental.
Perhaps an omen
ok but there was a bus filled with potatoes driving around my town today
long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony
burial at sea: episode two, favorite pairing:
↳ man-baby x baguette boy
More and more I’ve been realizing that to be “the best” at a particular skillset rarely means you will be “the most successful”, because to find success means you need to be reasonably well rounded in a variety of disciplines that include an ability to hit deadlines, focus on projects you did not conceptualize yourself, sell your personality to other people, cooperate well with others, and communicate clearly. The person caught on the idea that “most solid technical proficiency” equals “most successful” will in many cases focus a disproportionate amount of energy on honing a skill rather than using it in practical application and then get frustrated that people who “aren’t as good as them” are the ones who ultimately get the jobs.
It’s sort of like if you’re distributing stats on your RPG character, one person puts all their points in strength, the other spreads them between strength, charisma, and speed, neither person has more points, one just sacrificed maxing out one area to focus on rounding out other useful skills.
This is not to discourage people who want to follow that journeyman path and be the best there is at what they do, because that’s certainly an admirable mountain to climb as well. Just don’t buy into that idea that you have to win a “Best Artist” race to find success, or make the comic you want to, or apply for jobs, or really make any of the projects you want to happen get off the ground. And you know, if you’re struck with the urge to tear someone successful down for not being “as good” as you, consider the other disciplines they had to hone to complete their project and get people to consume it.
i was reading the star wars manga and i’m losing my mind over bishounen chewie
Cats and Tumblr
man door hand hook car door is honestly still the best story i’ve ever read
LIK DIS IF U CRIE EVRYTIM
For April Fools’ Day, my local radio station is playing literally nothing but Backstreet Boys’ songs and announcing them as other songs, and I think that’s beautiful.
That’s not a joke that’s a gift
Girls can wear jeans and cut their hair short, wear shirts and boots. ‘Cause it’s OK to be a boy. But for a boy to look like a girl is degrading. ‘Cause you think that being a girl is degrading. But secretly, you’d love to know what it’s like… Wouldn’t you? What it feels like for a girl.
— Charlotte Gainsbourg
A company in Australia by the name of HommeMystere started making lingerie for men in April of 2013. In the beginning, they received a lot of negative publicity, mostly from women fearing their boyfriends or husbands would start wearing lingerie. So much for femininism… Now, they have consistently been making a small fortune and have become quite popular in the fashion capitals of the world. So far:
- They have made two appearances at the International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas.
- They have gone public in the United States, France, Sweden, and Japan.
- They have sold out of four lines of their clothing.
- And they have reached one million veiws on their YouTube channel.
What is more, because they do not focus on the gay community, they haven’t put any barriers up against straight men who happen to make up the majority of their orders. If that is not success, I do not know what is. Cheers, HommeMystere.
There’s an abundance of bad things happening right now, and it’s hard not to be sucked into that black hole of sadness, so let’s have a puppy party shall we.
Because, let’s face it, dogs never grow up.
ADDED BONUS, PUPS IN MOTION!!!