HOLY CRAP GUYS THERE’S A LAKE OUTSIDE OUR LIBRARY
Taken by dejavrooom out the back door of WBPL. The rivers in town flooded about a week ago and this happened. YIKES.
My fav is #13
Having way too much fun listening to a bunch of 6-year-old girls playing with the My Little Pony plushies at the library, complete with character voices and arguing over/asserting MLP canon and strange storylines.
- Twilight is positively a princess, and there are just princesses, not queens, in “Ponyland”
- No other ponies are allowed to wear Twilight’s crown
- Twilight is the scientist AND a princess so she can do anything
- Rainbow Dash makes storms and makes the sun come out
- The owl (a stuffed Hedwig) is Rarity’s best friend
- Pinkie Pie turns into a human.
- Rainbow Dash and Rarity die, because “a guy got mad” and everypony cries over their graves (!)
- Argue over whether Dashie goes to heaven or rises from the dead.
- Eventually they all turn into different things, like a shark and an old person (the other puppets in the library)
- All the other ponies like Fluttershy because she likes pets.
- One of the girls kept wanting Rarity to secretly be Rainbow Dash’s mother. Eventually the other two girls went with it.
- The other ponies have to go out in a tornado to look for Rainbow Dash, and Pinkie Pie rallies the other ponies, who are scared. Twilight makes a force-field to protect them from the tornado.
- Rarity’s statue over her grave is invisible (she never came back to life).
- Rarity and Twilight can uncurse ponies - lost track of which pony was the one cursed.
- One of the girls was adament that the story be about all the ponies, not just about Rarity.
In art class my friend rolled himself in bubble wrap and stayed like that the whole day. When he sat down in our math class the teacher told him to take it off and he didn’t want to so he said “long live the king” and rolled out the door and down the hallway. And all you could hear was the faint popping of the bubblewrap as he rolled away. My teacher never went after him.
its always the math teacher who tells you you cant
You see that? The motherfucking QUEEN OF ENGLAND is taking a selfie. NONE OF Y’ALL BITCHES HAVE A LEG TO STAND ON AGAINST SELFIES ANYMORE OKAY
Her cellphone case has corgis booping noses. That’s frickin adorable.
Why do I find this picture so funny?
WILLIAM STOP MAKING BUNNY EARS ON GRANDMA THIS INSTANT …
Of all the great things to come out of England … this may be a contender.
Things that SHOULD have scared me shitless when I was little … but didn’t
Yeah, I was weird as a kid.
1. Dinosaurs. More specifically animated carnivorous ones that were actually pretty scary, like the ones in Land Before Time and Fantasia. Watched both of those multiple times, just thought they were cool.
2. The Borg. I’ve been watching Star Trek since I was really young, and nothing in it scared me … not even the Borg, which are arguably the scariest thing in the earlier serieses. I didn’t watch First Contact til I was older, but I watched a lot of TNG. Shrug.
3. It. Yeah I dunno why, but when I saw bits of this miniseries on TV I think in middle school, it was more thrilling and chilling to me than scary. I still feel that way, but I KNOW I saw it much younger than most kids should. Perhaps that’s why I dislike clowns but I was never frightened by them … or really enjoy horror about clowns either. They don’t scare me but I just hate them aesthetically.
4. Indiana Jones and the Melting Face. What i now consider to be one of the greatest special effects in movie history … was pretty damn scary. And I’m sure I’ve been watching Raiders of the Lost Ark from a young age, but the face-melting thing never really scarred me. Weirdly enough I was more freaked out by the snake crawling out of the mummy’s mouth, and the other Nazi dude whose face suddenly shrivels up.
5. There was a lot of shit in the Neverending Story that should have scared a kid. I even remember my mom warning me, the first time it came on TV and I saw it, that it might scare me. But it didn’t - not the giant turtle, not the demonic wolf - frankly I was more freaked out by the idea of the Southern Oracle, and the tension in that part of the movie was perfect - but I wasn’t scared by any of it, even being like 10.
Things that scarred me for life as a child
I pride myself on not being scared of much and loving horror movies .. NOW. Before I hit puberty I was scared of lots of random things.
1. The giant carnivorous flower in Jumanji. Jesus Christ I was terrified of that thing and that entire movie for a long time. The rubbery, raw design of that flower is still pretty scary. I was also scared of the giant spiders and the quicksand floor that ate Robin Williams.
2. The headless horseman, believe it or not. Sleepy Hollow is now one of my favorite movies, and I love the whole legend, but perhaps it’s BECAUSE it scared me so bad when I was little - the Sleepy Hollow Wishbone was enough to plant the idea in my mind, and I was paralyzed with fear that the coat rack in my room was actually a headless person.
3. The Hollow Man, with its disturbingly realistic CG of Kevin Bacon disappearing and writhing in agony layer by layer scared the crap out of me when it was on TV sometime in my childhood. I was pretty scared of fleshless bodies for a while.
4. The Twilight Zone gremlin - of course there’s a gif of the seminal moment. It wasn’t so much the grotesqueness of the face as the sudden reveal. I was scared to open shades for years after.
5. Ghosts of Gettysburg was some 90s true ghost stories show I saw very young, probably when I wasn’t supposed to be watching TV late at night; it scared me shitless, even though it was just stories and some shaky CG, I think what really got to my little mind was that it was “real.” Probably what ignited my fascination with true ghost tales now.
The view from the bed in the Cosmic Collider
Getting ready for Fall!
Sephora Gelshine by OPI in ‘Caffeine Fix’, ‘I Only Wear Vintage’ and ‘Leotard Optional’. This is the first mani I’ve done with this line; nice smooth application (dark colors take a lot longer to cure as always, apply as thin as possible) and the colors are very on trend.
dance little liar
good old humbug on my phones