imacunt5

imacunt5

Imacunt5

I Stan Bottom Lance////18+ONLY////NSFW and vld porn stuff.... .......................................................................... .......................................................................... .......................................................................... if ya want to see my other sights where I actually care its instagram@Violettathecat5 devianart Violettatheruzky5

Explore Tagged Posts
Last Seen Blogs
Statistics

We looked inside some of the posts by imacunt5 and here's what we found interesting.

Inside last 20 posts
Time between posts
2 days
Number of posts by type
Photo
11
Video
0
Audio
0
Text
8
Chat
0
Answer
1
Link
0
Quote
0
Fun Fact

There are 44.6 Billion blog posts on Tumblr.

imacunt5·2 years agoText

rxseartist:

WAIT A MINUTE

MARINETTE’S TAIL IS HER HAIR

6K notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

artsyfeathersartsyblog:

heilos:

Hey Everybody! We’ve got one more Mystery Skulls Animated production stream for you this month thanking those of you who helped support us through shirt sales! Tomorrow! March 23rd at 7pm CST! Stream links will be provided the day of the stream as usual.

@artsyfeathersartsyblog, @mysterybensmysteryblog, @isaiahdjstuff and I will be hanging out and working on some spoiler free content for the next video. :)  

(Stream doodle above made by our lovely director @mysterybensmysteryblog!)      

We at it again!

imacunt5
2K notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

flashequestria:

Anthroquestria #2

We now get to glance over how some of this particular dimension looks…

This post was actually posted last month on Patreon. Patrons get to see these early, and then after a few weeks, they’ll be released for free. If you wanna see em early though, consider joining!

https://www.patreon.com/FlashEquestria

Posted using PostyBirb
imacunt5
234 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

evehlyart:

I don’t think Fluttershy’s cut out for volleyball.
P.S. I wish it was summer right now.

imacunt5
796 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoAnswer
Hey, how are you feeling after s8? Honestly I’m feeling super heartbroken and I have no idea how to cope.

I think there’s a lot of furor over S8, but from what I’ve seen, not everyone has actually sat down and watched it to completion, so social media is exploding with ridiculous negativity, so…that’s prolly not a good place to start…ahaha

Overall…I don’t really have any overarching FEELINGS about S8? I guess there were some parts that had me pondering them a bit more, but it was definitely an ending! 

Keep reading

188 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

catslovewatercomic:

Welcome to cats love water IV - pages 8 and 9 are here!!!

I’ll be uploading the sfw content pages here and send them for revision in case they are flagged. You can check the rest of my content in my new website!!!the link will be uploaded each time I get a new page with delicate content and you will be able to check them there freely.

I have a twitter and you can see comments and news apart of pages.

Thanks for reading and supporting me on Patreon. You have early access and a lot of extra content in reward packs.

Remember if you wish to purchase chapter 1 full packs with psds and all you can do it trough my gumroad page, clicking here.

Thanks for reading!

imacunt5
imacunt5
195 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

lorybutt:

Some Fluttercord doodles! They weren’t the best couple, and they would eventually separate due to Discord failing to pull his weight as a father and partner, but they did love each other for a little while. And their love turned into the accidental offspring that is Larkspur.

More details here: https://loryska.deviantart.com/art/Fluttercord-Doodles-747015079

imacunt5
17 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoPhoto

winterbramble:

Man I draw my elfmom D&D character so much and I’ve BARELY uploaded any of my pictures of her wtf

She’s the elven equivalent of a rebellious teen mom and she gets kicked out of her super rich dad’s house

imacunt5
imacunt5
imacunt5
imacunt5
imacunt5
187 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

dio-slayer-of-hoes188:

Me: *Calls self an artist and is in love with multiple characters from lots of fandoms.*

Also Me: *Has never once drawn any of those characters.* 

My Blank SketchBook: 

8K notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

devilishdescent:

ohnoagremlin:

wingleader:

shoresoftheshadowlands:

thylacineshrine:

creepsandcrawlers:

r-evolution-aries:

tilthat:

TIL a cave goat that went extinct approx. 5,000 years ago is the first known mammal to have become cold-blooded. Their bone growth rate is unlike any other mammal, and more similar to crocodiles in showing slow and adaptive rates to environmental temperature.

via http://ift.tt/2vtQ0Yg

The goat’s binomial name is Myotragus balearicus. It was kind of an oddball in a lot of other ways, too, an example being that it had forward-facing eyes, giving it stereoscopic vision, which was pretty odd for an ungulate. 

Here’s what its skull looked like, btw.

(By Didier Descouens - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0)

can’t believe we missed out on hte fucked up crocodile goat. :(

that was the devil

What the what

having a bad time picturing what a goat with forward facing eyes would look like

it went extinct because anything that saw it instinctively wanted to kill it

204K notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

lopoddityart:

i got asked about the context of this doodle, since i said it occurred after Bruce and Stormy had a big fight

and at first i imagined the argument would’ve been over something stupid and inconsequential (Bruce was just hormonal and they squabbled over something minor), but why not give the argument more weight? SO:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Stormy brought up how exciting it’d be for the baby to meet her grandparents, especially with how eager his parents, Rainbow and Bell, were for their first grandbaby to arrive. Bruce was in a surly mood, and replied how lucky their foal would be to never have to meet her other grandparents. Bruce would be making sure his own parents never set hoof anywhere near his foal.

Stormy’s rather put off by this, the idea strikes him as mean-spirited. He’s actually encountered both Cutthroat and Fey before, and heard enough stories about them from Bruce to know they could be….problematic. But, coming from a loving family himself, he has a lot of trouble believing that a parent couldn’t love their child. He’s certain that Fey and Cutthroat must care for their son, deep down, at least a little? They have to. And maybe the arrival of the new baby could be the bridge that finally repairs Bruce’s relationship with his parents. Everypony loves a new baby!

Bruce refuses to budge, because Stormy’s idea is naive at best, stupid at worst. His parents don’t deserve to share in his new life.

Stormy proposes Bruce re-frame his thinking- it should be less about punishing his parents for the past, and more about creating a bigger support system for their daughter. Bruce needs to see the bigger picture.

Bruce is now thoroughly annoyed, because Stormy is wrong. His mother is a drunk, and his father is a cruel, angry blowhard. They’ve always been that way and always will. Their daughter will be better off never knowing them- Bruce certainly wishes he’d never known them.

Stormy wonders if Bruce is being a little petty?

And Bruce blows up. How dare Stormy minimize how shitty his childhood was, as though he was there, as though he knew what it was like- the abuse and the neglect that Stormy can’t imagine. Mostly though, Bruce is hurt. Why can’t Stormy take his side on this? Why is the possibility of some sunshine-and-rainbow happy family ending more important than Bruce’s feelings right now?
Stormy’s frustrated, but reminds Bruce that he is on his side. And he’s trying to get Bruce something he deserves. Clearly Bruce loves his parents, so if he could only forgive them, then maybe-

Bruce is furious. So it’s his responsibility to forgive them? To pretend every shitty thing they ever did to him never happened? And that’ll magically make everything better? Is that what Aerostorm thinks? That Bruce has been the unwilling participant all along, that it’s his fault they all haven’t made up and started playing happy family?

Stormy says that’s not what he meant at all-

But he’s angry when he says it and that rankles Bruce further. Bruce says he’s tired of Stormy pretending like he knows better than he does- need he remind Stormy that it’s Bruce who teaches marine biology at the local college, while Stormy is a…what? Some dumb hippie that can barely read? (The ghost of Bruce’s schoolyard bully persona returns, with a vengeance). Clearly, Stormy has no fucking clue what’s best for Bruce, or their baby, so it’d be better for everyone for Stormy to get out. Now.

For a moment, they angrily size each other up- before Stormy suddenly deflates. His ears fold back, his wings droop, and it becomes far too apparent to Bruce that he’s deeply hurt his partner. “Fine.” Stormy spits out. And he turns and leaves the house, without so much as a glance back at Bruce.

Bruce is alone.

Everything hits him all at once. In trying to point out how horrible his father was, Bruce failed to notice he was acting exactly like him. Aerostorm was only trying to help, albeit a little misguided- and he drove him out. He hurt him. What is Bruce going to do now? What about their daughter? Will Bruce hurt her too? He’s going to ruin her. It’s inevitable, isn’t it- he’s just like his father, oh god, he’s just like his father, he’s just like his father, he’s just like his father, oh no no no Bruce can’t breathe-


Magnolia happens to come over for a visit, and finds her soggy mess of a best friend curled up on the living room couch. Lots of comfort is needed.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Bruce and Stormy take a break for a few days to give each other space. When Stormy does come home, he startles Bruce out of one of those fancy bubble baths he pretends not to take- and Stormy has a little laugh at seeing Bruce flustered and smelling of lavender and jasmine. The sight of Stormy smiling relaxes Bruce enough to find the right words and apologize. For overreacting, twisting the argument, and being cruel. He doesn’t think Stormy is stupid, he’s the smartest, sweetest pony Bruce knows- always optimistic, always trying to see the good in others, always looking for a solution- that’s why Bruce loves him.

Stormy apologizes for being pushy, not listening, and placing his worldview over Brucie’s feelings. Forgiveness shouldn’t be an obligation- and if Bruce thinks it’d be harmful to involve his parents in their child’s life, then he trusts Bruce’s judgement. He is sorry that Bruce was deprived of a good relationship with his parents, and reminds him that Bruce has a family in him, and his parents, and Magnolia and Rosemary, and the baby that’s currently karate kicking Bruce’s bladder. And this family loves Bruce very, very much.

Bruce maybe tackled him halfway through all that for some fierce hug-nuzzle-kiss action, but understood what Stormy was getting at

Stormy also says that next time Bruce wants to call him a dumb hippie, maybe don’t do it by bragging about being a big fucking fish nerd in comparison

Bruce scoffs and points out that there’s still a perfectly good bath bomb fizzing away in the girly-bath-he-definitely-didn’t-draw-for-himself, it’d be a shame to waste it

And then warm bath time snuggles were had by all~

Oh gawwwws my big fucking heart!❤ Its melting!! But now I also wamma see Bruce enjoying hos bath!❤

503 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

lopoddityart:

i got asked about the context of this doodle, since i said it occurred after Bruce and Stormy had a big fight

and at first i imagined the argument would’ve been over something stupid and inconsequential (Bruce was just hormonal and they squabbled over something minor), but why not give the argument more weight? SO:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Stormy brought up how exciting it’d be for the baby to meet her grandparents, especially with how eager his parents, Rainbow and Bell, were for their first grandbaby to arrive. Bruce was in a surly mood, and replied how lucky their foal would be to never have to meet her other grandparents. Bruce would be making sure his own parents never set hoof anywhere near his foal.

Stormy’s rather put off by this, the idea strikes him as mean-spirited. He’s actually encountered both Cutthroat and Fey before, and heard enough stories about them from Bruce to know they could be….problematic. But, coming from a loving family himself, he has a lot of trouble believing that a parent couldn’t love their child. He’s certain that Fey and Cutthroat must care for their son, deep down, at least a little? They have to. And maybe the arrival of the new baby could be the bridge that finally repairs Bruce’s relationship with his parents. Everypony loves a new baby!

Bruce refuses to budge, because Stormy’s idea is naive at best, stupid at worst. His parents don’t deserve to share in his new life.

Stormy proposes Bruce re-frame his thinking- it should be less about punishing his parents for the past, and more about creating a bigger support system for their daughter. Bruce needs to see the bigger picture.

Bruce is now thoroughly annoyed, because Stormy is wrong. His mother is a drunk, and his father is a cruel, angry blowhard. They’ve always been that way and always will. Their daughter will be better off never knowing them- Bruce certainly wishes he’d never known them.

Stormy wonders if Bruce is being a little petty?

And Bruce blows up. How dare Stormy minimize how shitty his childhood was, as though he was there, as though he knew what it was like- the abuse and the neglect that Stormy can’t imagine. Mostly though, Bruce is hurt. Why can’t Stormy take his side on this? Why is the possibility of some sunshine-and-rainbow happy family ending more important than Bruce’s feelings right now?
Stormy’s frustrated, but reminds Bruce that he is on his side. And he’s trying to get Bruce something he deserves. Clearly Bruce loves his parents, so if he could only forgive them, then maybe-

Bruce is furious. So it’s his responsibility to forgive them? To pretend every shitty thing they ever did to him never happened? And that’ll magically make everything better? Is that what Aerostorm thinks? That Bruce has been the unwilling participant all along, that it’s his fault they all haven’t made up and started playing happy family?

Stormy says that’s not what he meant at all-

But he’s angry when he says it and that rankles Bruce further. Bruce says he’s tired of Stormy pretending like he knows better than he does- need he remind Stormy that it’s Bruce who teaches marine biology at the local college, while Stormy is a…what? Some dumb hippie that can barely read? (The ghost of Bruce’s schoolyard bully persona returns, with a vengeance). Clearly, Stormy has no fucking clue what’s best for Bruce, or their baby, so it’d be better for everyone for Stormy to get out. Now.

For a moment, they angrily size each other up- before Stormy suddenly deflates. His ears fold back, his wings droop, and it becomes far too apparent to Bruce that he’s deeply hurt his partner. “Fine.” Stormy spits out. And he turns and leaves the house, without so much as a glance back at Bruce.

Bruce is alone.

Everything hits him all at once. In trying to point out how horrible his father was, Bruce failed to notice he was acting exactly like him. Aerostorm was only trying to help, albeit a little misguided- and he drove him out. He hurt him. What is Bruce going to do now? What about their daughter? Will Bruce hurt her too? He’s going to ruin her. It’s inevitable, isn’t it- he’s just like his father, oh god, he’s just like his father, he’s just like his father, he’s just like his father, oh no no no Bruce can’t breathe-


Magnolia happens to come over for a visit, and finds her soggy mess of a best friend curled up on the living room couch. Lots of comfort is needed.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Bruce and Stormy take a break for a few days to give each other space. When Stormy does come home, he startles Bruce out of one of those fancy bubble baths he pretends not to take- and Stormy has a little laugh at seeing Bruce flustered and smelling of lavender and jasmine. The sight of Stormy smiling relaxes Bruce enough to find the right words and apologize. For overreacting, twisting the argument, and being cruel. He doesn’t think Stormy is stupid, he’s the smartest, sweetest pony Bruce knows- always optimistic, always trying to see the good in others, always looking for a solution- that’s why Bruce loves him.

Stormy apologizes for being pushy, not listening, and placing his worldview over Brucie’s feelings. Forgiveness shouldn’t be an obligation- and if Bruce thinks it’d be harmful to involve his parents in their child’s life, then he trusts Bruce’s judgement. He is sorry that Bruce was deprived of a good relationship with his parents, and reminds him that Bruce has a family in him, and his parents, and Magnolia and Rosemary, and the baby that’s currently karate kicking Bruce’s bladder. And this family loves Bruce very, very much.

Bruce maybe tackled him halfway through all that for some fierce hug-nuzzle-kiss action, but understood what Stormy was getting at

Stormy also says that next time Bruce wants to call him a dumb hippie, maybe don’t do it by bragging about being a big fucking fish nerd in comparison

Bruce scoffs and points out that there’s still a perfectly good bath bomb fizzing away in the girly-bath-he-definitely-didn’t-draw-for-himself, it’d be a shame to waste it

And then warm bath time snuggles were had by all~

503 notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

rychillacases:

facts-trump-feelings:

thats-what-sidhe-said:

pervocracy:

stuffman:

image

People have written a lot of touchy-feely pieces on this subject but I thought I’d get right to the heart of the matter

This is 1000% more motivating than every preachy “real writers write every day” post on all of Tumblr.

I call this the “two cakes” rule and remind myself of it when I start comparing myself to other people.

Artists are their own worst critics.

I may have reblogged this before, but it’s worth reblogging again.

718K notes · See All
imacunt5·2 years agoText

thehumon:

The hypnosis murders.

This is one of those cases you can find in a lot of Danish books about mysteries and weird happenings.

In 1951 the young Palle Hardrup shot and killed two people in a bank. When the police arrested him moments later they noted that he seemed unusually relaxed, and when they asked him why he had tried to rob the bank he calmly responded that his Guardian Angel had told him it would make the world a better place.

The gun and the bike that Palle had used to get to and from the bank both belonged to Bjørn Schouw Nielsen, Palle’s old cell mate in prison. That’s when the weirdness really started unfolding.

Palle came from a middle class home and had been an avid nazi during World War II and joined the notorious HIPPO group. The nazis had arrested most of the Danish police force during their occupation of Denmark and put them in concentration camps, so HIPPO took over and acted as “police” but they mostly just terrorised and murdered people in the streets. HIPPO was made up of Danish nazis, and when the war ended they were all arrested for treason. One of those people was Palle.

He was put in a cell with the older Bjørn Schouw Nielsen. Bjørn had also joined the Danish nazi party, but not the HIPPO group. He had been in trouble with the law since he was a child and always been an impulsive opportunist. Throughout the war he jumped from one side to the other, one moment helping Jews escape to Sweden, the next joining nazi support groups, then leaving them again and joining the resistance. Whatever served his goals at the time. But people remembered his time as a nazi supporter and he was arrested for treason.

In the cell they became fast, unusually close friends. The other inmates in the prison claimed they were lovers, and together they got up to “weird things”. They had all the time in the world and no one for company but each other. Bjørn had studied eastern mysticism and taught Palle yoga and they experimented with hypnotising each other. Bjørn was released first, and when Palle was released a year later he immediately went to Bjørn.

The police arrested them both and wisely kept them apart this time. But Palle seemed to still be under Bjørn’s influence somehow and weird Xes started appearing around the police station. The police suspected that Bjørn was somehow keeping Palle in a prolonged hypnotic trance though the Xes and kept an eye on him, preventing him from making more. Palle finally seemed to come to his senses and said his guardian angel was actually Bjørn.

In court it was decided that Bjørn had hypnotised Palle to commit murder, though not everyone were convinced that you’d have to manipulate a former HIPPO member to make him commit murder. People still don’t agree if it was the right decision. Palle never denied having shot the two people and Bjørn admitted that he might have had a bad influence on Palle but denied having hypnotised him, so perhaps Palle made it up to avoid a hard prison sentence.

Palle went on to work as a nurse assistant and Bjørn committed suicide many years later.

920 notes · See All
Next Page