1. Slenderman watching your private nighttime/home-alone dance sessions.

     
  2. Do you think pelican is related to πέλαγος?

     
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    shinjispookari:

riskyvriskeleton:

shinjispookari:

riskyvriskeleton:

for those nights you want to get drunk but not really


he drinks breezers i drink white zin
he’s cheer captain and i’m still out drinkin

i mADE THE TEAM?!?! I’M CAPTAIN?!?!
:D

proud of u sweetie xoxo

Stoooop

    shinjispookari:

    riskyvriskeleton:

    shinjispookari:

    riskyvriskeleton:

    for those nights you want to get drunk but not really

    he drinks breezers i drink white zin

    he’s cheer captain and i’m still out drinkin

    i mADE THE TEAM?!?! I’M CAPTAIN?!?!

    :D

    proud of u sweetie xoxo

    Stoooop

     
  4. solluxbutt replied to your post:I have too much basil.

    There is never too much basil.

    There is too little space, then.

     
  5. nuclearvampire replied to your post:I have too much basil.

    No one ever has too much basil.

    Correction: I have too little space and too few mouths.

     
  6. eldritchwug:

    zz9-plural-z-alpha:

    eldritchwug:

    Slenderman watches you get a midnight snack, then do the dishes at 4 AM.

    Slenderman falling down the ſtairs. (Or do they just teleport?)

    Examining your bookshelves.

    Slenderman locking the door behind them.

    Slenderman having tea in your living room with the faceless old woman who secretly lives in your home. 

    Slenderman spilling tea on the carpet.

    Maybe this explains the mysterious stains on the carpet.

     
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    I have too much basil.

     
  8. zz9-plural-z-alpha:

    eldritchwug:

    Slenderman watches you get a midnight snack, then do the dishes at 4 AM.

    Slenderman falling down the ſtairs. (Or do they just teleport?)

    Examining your bookshelves.

    Slenderman locking the door behind them.

    Slenderman having tea in your living room with the faceless old woman who secretly lives in your home. 

    Slenderman spilling tea on the carpet.

     
  9. jespru hat gesagt: Yes. He doesn’t have teeth; but his brush does.

    Ah.

     
  10. lurknomoar replied to your post:The thing is this: Do not open your door to…

    I’m sorry, that sucks so much!

    Thanks. Your sympathy helps.

    It’s okay, I just need to write a letter to the company to cancel the sale.

     
  11. The thing is this:

    Do not open your door to strangers.

    (Gendered insults to follow.)

    Some little fundraising tart just woke me up, got me to invite her in (she was apparently being ‘graded for penmanship’), then had me sign a pair of slips before I realised they were  receipts/agreements to pay for this broad’s trip to Italy children’s books for hospitals.

    Having done that, and being asked for $118, I could not simply cancel out of the contract by crossing out the signatures because it would ‘look like [she’d] stolen the money’.

    Thankfully, ever so generously, she offered to cancel one of the orders (the one that I managed to cross out, maybe?), so now I am only $59 less.

    Good thing my cousin dropped off some food last night. (Which, after some thought, I have concluded is actually an excuse or pretext to check up on me. Likely my mother asked her to do this. I felt very clever when I worked this out—that is, that the food was not really the only reason for the visit, as I have the car to get around and had some cash for groceries.)

     
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    avafalls:

    kahviholisti:

    work in progress :3

    HOLY SHIT

    LISTEN TO THIS

     
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    sarahpannell:

    Northeastern Montenegro

    May 2014

    More soon here

     
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    sarahpannell:

Billie, Dubrovnik, Croatia
May 2014
     
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    catherine-the-spooky sagte: What was the 1848 revolution in Hungary like? I only know about the (failed) one in Germany.

    asyayay:

    Though I considered just posting this, I’ll give a short (haha just kidding) explanation. ;)

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    (Sándor Petőfi)

    It began on 15 March 1848 (which is a national holiday in Hungary today, though in a way now it is more like ‘revolution day’ in general as it brings discussion about 1956 also)…. in the city of Pest (specifically Pilvax coffee house), revolutionaries were marching and chanting Sándor Petőfi’s ‘Nemzeti Dal’ (national song… a poem) and another, ‘12 points’ which outlined their demands in the demonstrations.

    (Pilvax coffee house)image

    At this point, Hungary was part of the Austrian Empire, although they technically had their own monarchy and were mostly self ruled. Like other European revolutions, this began with ideas of nationalism and culture. (Out of this revolution came standardising the Hungarian language and making language one of the key parts of Magyar identity). The 12 points demanded things like a completely idenpendent government located in Buda-Pest, a national army, freedom of press and anti censorship, union with Transylvania (to make Nagy Magyarország or ‘Greater Hungary’… Hungary had been separated since Ottoman rule into 3 parts)…

    The Austrian representatives in Pest agreed to sign the 12 points and Hungary’s new government was headed by Lajos Batthyány who began with many reforms. Although many changes were made for the better, things were very unstable and in fear that the Croatian ban, Josip Jelačić would attack Hungary, Batthyány seeked help from Austria. (Croatia is ruled basically by Hungary and they have less problem with Austrian rule than with Hungarian, so they would go to Austria rather than see Hungary have success in their revolution. Jelačić has been seen as a hero in Croatia, but more like a traitor in Hungary.) What began as the revolution turned into war by late 1848. After another revolt in Pest, the Batthyány government was no more.

    The next government was led by Lajos Kossuth and you may be very interested because he did quite a lot in the United States after the Hungarian revolution like meet with Abraham Lincoln and speak to Congress). ;) He also supported a federation of ‘Danubian states’ along with other prominent Hungarian politicians, but that (unfortunately, imo) never came to be.

    After many uprisings and over a year of fighting, the revolution, like Germany’s was also considered a failure. The Hungarians (and other ethnicities fighting alongside) had a lot of success, though after the bulk of Austrians were freed up from Italy and they also appealed to Russia for help, the Hungarians were (brutally) overwhelmed. The Hungarians signed a peace treaty only with the Russians (so as a kind of HA HA you didn’t get us yet, Austria! We won’t surrender to YOU!) The leader of the Austrian army was sent to ‘restore order’ in Hungary and 13 of the leaders (includng Batthyány) were executed. This was the Hungarians kind of ‘first impression’ of the kind of orders the young Franz Josef was giving. (He had to come very far to reach the kind of image he had in 1914 or so!) The events of 1848 did however lead to eventually in 1871 reaching a compromise to create the Dual Monarchy. Pushing Hungary to submission was not exactly good for the overall operation of the empire. They had to carefully try not to disturb anything before disatisfaction rose again. (Something that, technically, they continued even after the compromise… even though people will commonly think Austria has the greater power…. Rather think of the dual empire as a traditionally married couple and in society the man has the power, prestige and representation, but the situation at home is such that if he upsets his wife then she has the power to destroy everything entirely.

    Also (and you can read about this.. I know it’s been in a lot of travel writing and tourist guides) the tradition of not toasting your glasses (clicking glasses..?) supposedly comes from Austrians toasting with their beers while the Hungarian leaders were being executed. I do not know if that is a fact. According to my grandmother it just came from seeing the act as something ‘snobby Austrians’ do in general so ‘we do not wish to be like them!’ And I hope you will see in my writing that this is meant to be with some jest (she is not angered by this) nor is it even relevant at all in modern Hungarian life. But sometimes people will tell this story. :)

    ((Also during the war, there were massacres of civilians in Transylvania (Hungarians against Romanians and Romanians against Hungarians). This is only one of many incidents and situations that leads to bad feelings between the two over the region of Transylvania and plays a part in every war to come involving that region. Even today there is negative sentiment, although things have improved. Hungarian nationalist groups use the minority in Transylvania as one of their main points wishing again to built ‘Great Hungary.’ And even late as the 1980s, Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceaușescu was building (too) many of his social programs around ‘de-Magyarisation’ and other unpleasant concepts like ‘breeding the Hungarians out of Transylvania’. ))