Emily. 25. I can make some bomb as fuck cookies so you should totally be friends with me.

 

At Starbucks

Person in front of me: Yeah I'll have a venti soy nonfat americano?

Me: Yeah can I have a asdffgldndbgghbsneidhfbfffttt?

chipmunktheseaotter:

How in the world can people have such beautiful hair and it not look like it is dying?! I WANT TO KNOW THEIR SECRETS! So gorgeous. :3 And the styles. 

Hair porn, guys. This is it. 

(Source: purgatoryandme)

flame-cat:

sporadic-tiger:

SIMBAREMEMBERWHO YOU AREYOU ARE MY SONAND THE ONE TRUE HOUSECAT

Time to grt off tumblr

flame-cat:

sporadic-tiger:

SIMBA
REMEMBER
WHO YOU ARE
YOU ARE MY SON
AND THE ONE TRUE HOUSECAT

Time to grt off tumblr

(Source: pleatedjeans)

delcat:

thefrogman:

[video]

This is going to be my response to “I’m trash” from now on
THIS IS THE TRASH YOU ARE
TRASH FULL OF KITTENS

delcat:

thefrogman:

[video]

This is going to be my response to “I’m trash” from now on

THIS IS THE TRASH YOU ARE

TRASH FULL OF KITTENS

(Source: catleecious)


Daddy’s Baby Girl - Kristoff & HeidiOne for Kris and Heidi, because I haven’t drawn him with her yet. <3
I blame the entirety of the KristAnna fandom for giving me these ridiculous daddy!kristoff feels. I hope you’re proud of yourselves.

Daddy’s Baby Girl - Kristoff & Heidi
One for Kris and Heidi, because I haven’t drawn him with her yet. <3

I blame the entirety of the KristAnna fandom for giving me these ridiculous daddy!kristoff feels. I hope you’re proud of yourselves.

erikkwakkel:

Dog prints in medieval chained library

I made this image in the chained library “De Librije” in the Dutch city of Zutphen. Established in 1564, everything about this place is still precisely as it was, including the tiles on the floor. Remarkably, throughout the library there are tiles with dog prints. These 450-year-old traces of a large dog come with a local legend. One night, a monk called Jaromir was reading in the library while enjoying a meal of chicken, delivered to him by some nuns. He was not supposed to do this: not only does one not eat in a library, but he was also going through a period of fasting. Then suddenly the devil appeared in the form of a dog, scaring the living daylights out of the monk. The devil ate the chicken and locked the monk inside as a punishment - as devils do. Knowing the story, it’s hard to ignore the prints when admiring the books. 

Pic (my own): Zutphen, Librije Chained Library. More on the legend on the library’s website, here (in Dutch).