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misfit-on-a-journey · 2 minutes ago
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I've been tagged by @corkymcdavo (2x), @dietpepsisblog, @havocinthebluebox and @workaholiccoffeeaddict to post a selfie, thanks folks!
After a few months of basically not taking any selfies I finally managed some while i was away, visiting my fave forest. I know, i might be looking awkward, but that's how i am usually when it comes to being in front of the camera. Also, it is my natural look, this long into quarantine i just basically embraced my natural look and putting makeup on feels so weird. Idk if that's good or bad, but sadly my natural look doesn't add any good to pictures, lol.
Tagging: @thalianacera, @cultivate--saplings, @themightoftheempire, @parasite--eved, @a-wonderful-yellow-horse, @tapew8rm, @uwujustsoftthings, @iammystrength, @johnnysilvercock, @muri-chan, @midnight-madonna, @h0neywitch, @lollobendix, @bridgesinthesky, @resilivero, @scarsoftheshatteredsky and @vedrividia
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sexybebyy · 42 minutes ago
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luminousxdoom · an hour ago
Ahhhh HI. I didn’t realize you were dangerosa until just now!
HAHA HI yes that is indeed me, I finally decided to reveal my ~secret identity~ 😌
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diashanelts · an hour ago
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I don’t write a coursework, but I drew something😅
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aro-culture-is · an hour ago
aro-spec culture is wondering why two characters in a book are acting weird and then realizing the writer is trying to force a romance and groaning
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uwmspeccoll · an hour ago
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A Diving Duck Feathursday
Last week we brought you geese from our green rooftop. This week we bring you ducks from Rex Brasher’s massive, limited-edition, 12-volume set Birds and Trees of North America, self-published in Kent, Connecticut, between 1929 and 1932, containing thousands of hand-colored reproductions of Brasher’s paintings!
Ducks essentially can be divided into two groups: the divers that dive beneath the surface of the water to feed, and dabblers that feed mainly by ducking their heads under the water to gain access to food near the surface. Today we focus on diving ducks that are common to our Wisconsin waters. They are, from top to bottom:
1.) Redhead (Aythya americana), detail and full print. Redheads are fairly common summer residents in eastern Wisconsin but we are ususually just a migratory way station, as they prefer to breed futher north. We sometimes see them along lake Michigan, but a great place to see them is a bit further northwest in Horicon Marsh. 2.) Canvasback (Aythya valisineria), full print only. Like the Redhead, Wisonsin does not sustain a regular breeding population of Canvasbacks, but the state is an important location for Canvasback migration, especially along the Mississippi and the Horicon Marsh. 3.) Greater Scaup  (Aythya marila), full print only. The Greater Scaup, along with the smaller cousins the Lesser Scaup, prefer cold temperatures and breed in the tundra of northern Canada and Alaska. During migration, however, scaup can gather into massive groups, on Wisconsin waters, including the Mississippi River, Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Winnebago, Lake Poygan, and Lake Mendota. 4.) Lesser Scaup  (Aythya affinis), full print only. Aside from their relative size, it's sometime difficult to distinguish the Lesser from the Greater, especially as they congregate together. But side by side, the Greater is about one-fifth larger than Lesser Scaup, and their heads are more round with an iridescent green sheen as opposed to purple of the Lesser. Also, a black nail on the tip of their bluish bill is more prominent in Greater Scaup. 5.) Ring-necked Duck (Aythya collaris), detail and full print. Ringnecks are more easily distinguished by the white rings on the bills and the feathers at the base of the bill, than by the cinnamon ring on its neck, after which it is named. We've never seen them here in southern Wisconsin, but they do breed around the waters of the Green Bay and Lake Superior. 6.) Common Goldeneye (Bucephala clangul), full print only. While Wisconsin generally does not sustain a breeding population, Goldeneyes are yearlong residents of Wisconsin and we'll find them in Lake Michigan even during the coldest months of winter. 7.) Bufflehead (Bucephala albeola), full print and detail. Related to the Goldeneye, Buffleheads also tend not to breed in our state, but are also yearlong residents of our state, and we have seen them on Lake Michigan and the Horicon Marsh.
Find out more about Rex Brasher’s work, and/or view other posts from this set.
View more Feathursday posts.
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nightmarewritings · 2 hours ago
What about Dark!Alder?
Dark!Alder? I can't say I haven't thought about it before lol. Like one that decided to not just give up on being part of society, but gave up on humanity as well, feeling no remorse or guilt whatsoever for his victims. Quite a bit more scarred up, he doesn't kill his prey nearly as quickly. Actively enjoys the hunt, takes out his anger over how his life has turned out on any poor soul who wanders into his domain and makes them regret ever being born. He would still probably fall hard for the first person to show him any compassion, but he wouldn't treat them as kindly as regular Alder would. Regular Alder would try to treat them like royalty and would let them go if they wanted, a darker Alder would keep them chained up.
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blodynbach · 2 hours ago
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not even 8pm
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littlexmermaid · 2 hours ago
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Mermaid livin
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rwfosterwriter · 2 hours ago
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What The Fuck.
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Netflix on Thursday unveiled the premiere date and a slew of first-look photos for Masters of the Universe: Revelation, the CG-animated new series from Kevin Smith that offers a new take on the He-Man universe. The five-episode Part 1 of the series based on the Mattel character will bow on the streamer Friday, July 23.
Smith is executive producer and showrunner of the series, produced by Mattel Television. He said the new Masters of the Universe is set up as the next episode of the original animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, which aired  from 1983-85 and introduced He-Man and Skeletor from Mattel’s toy line (Mattel Television is a producer here.
In the new series, following a cataclysmic battle between He-Man and Skeletor, Eternia is fractured and the Guardians of Grayskull are scattered. And after decades of secrets tore them apart, it’s up to Teela to reunite the broken band of heroes, and solve the mystery of the missing Sword of Power in a race against time to restore Eternia and prevent the end of the universe.
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Okay, this is supposed to be a sequel series to the original. But, you tell me:
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Do the above images look like this video?
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Or more like this one? Also, what does Hollywood have against feminine women? Why can’t they look like this:
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Lastly, how the fuck are you going to have Alan Oppenheimer available and have him voice Mossman, and Mark Fucking Hamill voice Skeletor?! What the fuck?!
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