asofterme:

don’t you know? the sun’s setting fast.
a softer world #721

asofterme:

don’t you know? the sun’s setting fast.

a softer world #721


"his body fell to ash, and was borne away like smoke."
"he cast himself into a gaping chasm filled with fire."

"his body fell to ash, and was borne away like smoke."

"he cast himself into a gaping chasm filled with fire."

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frustrated-fallen-angel:

artsy-fartsy-croat:

"What you lack, is something that cannot be taught."

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"You’re not scary.”

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Well Dean Hardscrabble,

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Bobby from Kansas

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would beg to differ.

BEST POST EVER

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mariedileva:

Transparent! Feraligatr is swimmin’  Tumblr / Shirt / Facebook

mariedileva:

Transparent! Feraligatr is swimmin’  Tumblr / Shirt / Facebook

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stephaniepepper:

an aged clifford and emily elizabeth
aka clifford fan art???

stephaniepepper:

an aged clifford and emily elizabeth

aka clifford fan art???

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rondovous:

old GALAXY because I wanna

rondovous:

old GALAXY because I wanna

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thatsplicingadventure:

mutisija:

starmander, starmeleon and starizard

texture credits: x x x

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I did a thing.

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thisoldapt:

10 Uses for Wine Corks via thisoldhouse:

Lightweight and rot-resistant, corks can do a lot more than just plug up your favorite bottle of vino. Start saving them for a few handy projects. 1. Create baseboard. Glue corks side by side onto a base of 1/4-inch MDF and cut along the long ends with a saw to an even height. Attach strips of 3/4-inch molding to the top and bottom, and nail the strip of corks to the base of your walls. Make a Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich 2. Scrub a knife. To avoid scratching high-carbon kitchen knives, use a dab of cleanser and scrub the knife with a cork instead of an abrasive cleaning pad. 3. Make Some Mulch. Chop or grind corks and use the bits as moisture-retaining mulch. 4. Make a tiny sanding block. Wrap a piece of sandpaper around a cork. Use the curved surface for touch-ups on molding and other detailed items. 5. Keep artwork on an even keel. Cut a cork lengthwise into thin strips and glue them to the corners of hanging artworks. The cork will prevent them from tipping off-center. 6. Protect your blades. Glue several corks together side by side and place the strip in a drawer. Rest knife blades in the crevices to keep them sharp and protected. 7. Make a doorstop. Slice along the length of a cork at an angle and push the cork under a door to keep it from slamming shut. 8. Hush up your cabinets. Slice a cork into thin circles and glue the pieces to the inside corners of cabinet doors to quiet them when closing. 9. Safeguard your tools. Drill a hole halfway through the length of a cork. Fit the cork over the end of a pointed tool to prevent damage to it (and yourself). 10. Start a fire. Soak old corks in a jar of rubbing alcohol, then put a few in a fireplace underneath logs and newspaper. Light the corks with a long-handled starter to get the flames dancing quickly.

thisoldapt:

10 Uses for Wine Corks via thisoldhouse:

Lightweight and rot-resistant, corks can do a lot more than just plug up your favorite bottle of vino. Start saving them for a few handy projects.

1. Create baseboard. Glue corks side by side onto a base of 1/4-inch MDF and cut along the long ends with a saw to an even height. Attach strips of 3/4-inch molding to the top and bottom, and nail the strip of corks to the base of your walls.
Make a Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich
 

2. Scrub a knife. To avoid scratching high-carbon kitchen knives, use a dab of cleanser and scrub the knife with a cork instead of an abrasive cleaning pad.

3. Make Some Mulch. Chop or grind corks and use the bits as moisture-retaining mulch.

4. Make a tiny sanding block. Wrap a piece of sandpaper around a cork. Use the curved surface for touch-ups on molding and other detailed items.

5. Keep artwork on an even keel. Cut a cork lengthwise into thin strips and glue them to the corners of hanging artworks. The cork will prevent them from tipping off-center.

6. Protect your blades. Glue several corks together side by side and place the strip in a drawer. Rest knife blades in the crevices to keep them sharp and protected.

7. Make a doorstop. Slice along the length of a cork at an angle and push the cork under a door to keep it from slamming shut.

8. Hush up your cabinets. Slice a cork into thin circles and glue the pieces to the inside corners of cabinet doors to quiet them when closing.

9. Safeguard your tools. Drill a hole halfway through the length of a cork. Fit the cork over the end of a pointed tool to prevent damage to it (and yourself).

10. Start a fire. Soak old corks in a jar of rubbing alcohol, then put a few in a fireplace underneath logs and newspaper. Light the corks with a long-handled starter to get the flames dancing quickly.

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anangelandademoninthebackseat:

Castiel would take a 9-year-olds birthday party just as seriously as he would take apocalyptic issues.

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avengingyouth:

Preview pages of Ales Kot and Marco Rudy’s Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1

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Welcome to my decidedly diverse, although currently Cap obsessed, blog. the current scheme is my attempt at winter soldier-izing my blog.
Feel free to say 'hello' anytime, i'd love to chat.

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