nature boy
Sam is playing with my my super skinny wrists.
  • Sam: Look at this! (laughing) Did they get smaller?
  • Me: No. That's just how they are. I'm like skinny Captain America, before he got cool.
  • Sam: (Laughs real hard)
2 notes

the cupcakes look amazing

(Source: youtube.com)

1 note
euclase:

Stars, drawn in PS. This was a gift for ravenno.

euclase:

Stars, drawn in PS. This was a gift for ravenno.

356 notes

I got dressed up all cute to try and get myself out the door and now i am just tired and sick and dressed up. :c ugh no…

maarnayeri:

maarnayeri:

I’m going to explain this as calmly and rationally as I possibly can, for those who still don’t understand.

Using pictures of charred, mutiliated and decapitated foreign bodies as a westerner, a first worlder or someone otherwise generally not exposed to such a reality doesn’t make you brave, or radical. On the contrary, relying on such shock imagery exposes a weakness and insufficiency in being able to respectfully report on the complex geopolitical matters concerning war, which means that you shouldn’t discuss such matters to begin with. It doesn’t take anything but a google search of “dead Yemeni” or “drone strike victim” to render such photographs, especially not a reasoned comprehension of the science and politics behind calculated warfare.

You rob war victims of their autonomy, personhood, consent and lives previous to political instability when you post them bloodied or battered or dead. You make them, their nations and nuanced stories one-dimensional, which insidiously plays into the “primitive, war-stricken brown/black people” trope. You present their lives for them to the world, without understanding how they would’ve wanted it narrated. Intentional or not, there is a serious savior/imperialist complex with those who believe its within their right or capability to select photographs or brief snippets off the internet and essentially give an unsolicited account of another human being’s tribulations, of which they’ve never met, lands they’ve never visited and lives they couldn’t possibly comprehend.

Also, death is a serious consequence of war, but its hardly the only one. What most don’t seem to understand or give enough consideration to about war is that its ramifications can last several generations, whether it be through desertifed soil and subsequent food insecurity through combat, radiation to food and water due to aerial bombing and undiscovered/exploding landmines. In addition to various injuries sustained, mental illnesses, such as PTSD, GAD and depression that afflict those who survived are also a very underappreciated consequence. There are so many facets of war that hold serious weight that can be displayed without dehumanizing those affected, which are also, to no surprise, severely neglected.

War is a serious, complicated and heavily politically charged catastrophe. Without prior/proper resources and knowledge, simply posting violent and exploitative images of full fledged persons with no context or understanding is counteractive and immensely disrespectful and demeaning to the parties involved, seriously.

I’m seeing so much of this with Palestinians right now. Stop it. Your desire to “raise awareness” and make a political statement does not and can never supersede a victims right to consent, privacy and not having their suffering memorialized on the internet.

1,966 notes

I have to go out and deal with people and i don’t wanna. :(

1 note
redcell6:

Uncanny X-Men #10 by Frazer Irving

redcell6:

Uncanny X-Men #10 by Frazer Irving

593 notes
euclase:

31 Flavors, drawn in PS.
From the quote, “Thirty-one flavors of bottom-dwelling nasties,” which was Dean’s description of Purgatory.

euclase:

31 Flavors, drawn in PS.

From the quote, “Thirty-one flavors of bottom-dwelling nasties,” which was Dean’s description of Purgatory.

624 notes