Blood red moon | by Levin Dieterle | Website.
The one who shan’t be named twentyfiveightsoulalight g…
isn’t it weird to think that most people you know had sex? that cute old lady sitting next to you on the bus? prob choked on a dick at one point in her life
I’ve always found this painting to be a very clever interpretation of Sleep Paralysis, and some believe that was the artist’s intent. I will write more on the subject later, but Sleep Paralysis gave rise to the “hag myth,” the belief that a “hag” would visit you at night and, unable to move, would sit on your chest to try and suffocate you (as depicted here though as a demon.)
Sleep Paralysis accounts for visions of alien abductions and has spawned various myths across various countries, from the mare to incubi and succubi.
Female friendships that work are relationships in which women help each other belong to themselves.
I have no idea who “Lucky” is nor why Daft Punk wants to get him so bad.
aRE YOU KIDDING YOU MISSED THE BEST ONE
Good question, Anon.
Farther and further can be quite confusing. Luckily, farther contains, “far,” which serves as a useful mnemonic.
"I need to conduct further research on what makes a perfect sandwich,” said a dejected Princess Bubblegum.
(Princess Bubblegum science GIF source: Feminspire)
A slender young man steps to the forefront, a great white wolf at his side. The others tremble, but he just stares, still and contemplative. Her breath hitches in her throat when she meets his grey eyes- he has a peculiar look about him, as though he’s seen beyond the sphere of this world into the mysteries beyond. It’s a chilling sort of knowledge, but she finds herself unable to look away. "Who are you?" he asks.
And it is a worthy question- who is she anymore? The last Targaryen, the Khaleesi, the Queen of Meereen, the savior of the weak, the burner of cities… "Daenerys Stormborn."
When he stands a hand-span away from her, he leans forward, a lock of inky hair falling into his impossibly-full eyes. She feels a chill creep up her back; there’s something strange about him, to be sure, something otherworldly that she likely should not trust. And yet… ”Do you believe in prophecies, Daenerys Stormborn?" [x]