Boil me, mash me, stick me in a stew: I am Tuberkihn! Multifandom blog + art + writing + meta, spoilers are tagged. Chissexual is my swtor blog.

I’ve just been notified that the taterbonr url is now a porn blog! Potentially a hacky one, we’re not sure yet, and tbh I don’t really wanna try.

So while I’m not really maintaining this blog anymore, tho I am keeping it as a kind of archive of my adventures, if anyone does see a url that goes off into porno land, do shoot me a message so I can clean it up.

(I mean, why would you even want that url??? but whatever)

#psa 


actual da2 dialogue
  • flemeth: i can get you to kirkwall but first i need you to do me a favor
  • hawke: whats that?
  • flemeth: i need you to find the chicken thats smarter than all of the other chickens and bring it to me so that i can absorb its power


myramylove:

I don’t think I can do any of these.

(via cptprocrastination)





alearius:

A sovereign.

alearius:

A sovereign.

(via hangbright)



pheberoni:

I have this headcanon that during “the final straw” when Carver comes back he has stubble and Hawke is like trying really hard not to cry because the amount of growing he’s done without her or Leandra or Bethany or even their dad around to see is really weird for her, because he’s this grown up.

And he’s thinking the same thing about her.

(via chignonesque)



painted-bees:

Sak Yant or Yantra Tattooing are  believed to give the wearer magic powers associated with healing, luck, strength, and protection against evil.

You can get these here in thailand by a monk, they look beautiful but I’d never recommend it. Essentially, you’re making a pact with a spirit to protect you in exchange for sacrificing an activity or habit you may have previously enjoyed (the monk decides what this is, not you). These tattoos are contracts. 
 Breaking your side of the bargain may encourage the spirit to ‘punish’ you, and these contracts are not easily voided. 

(via allmysihas)





daisyloveletters:

scyf:

muszumbak:

queen-neyde:

attackofthecucumber:

human:

jayjelenafan:

selbizzle:

human:

When you see it

The fuck…

See what?

Look closely

HOLY FUCK!

srsly what?

I don’t see it


idgi…

HOLY SHIT!!

daisyloveletters:

scyf:

muszumbak:

queen-neyde:

attackofthecucumber:

human:

jayjelenafan:

selbizzle:

human:

When you see it

The fuck…

See what?

Look closely

HOLY FUCK!

srsly what?

I don’t see it

idgi…

HOLY SHIT!!

(via sodamousse)



iseo58:

Gele Beauty

iseo58:

Gele Beauty





iseo58:

Hattie Tom, Chiricahua Apache

iseo58:

Hattie Tom, Chiricahua Apache



zoomwitch:

atomicdomme:

goodblowjobgiver1337:

memejacker:

Here’s an article about memes from 1997

i can’t believe they called it a meme. i cannot believe they called it a fucking meme in 1997

youngsters today think theyre so clever but memes are older than u think

90s memes….

(via jollityfarm)





jollityfarm:

bankuei:

quietly-creeping:

pandorasprings:

a whole study asking the important questions

(transcription of the abstract)
Despite the popular belief that feminists dislike men, few studies have actually examined the empirical accuracy of this stereotype. The present study examined self-identified feminists’ and nonfeminists’ attitudes toward men. An ethnically diverse sample (N = 488) of college students responded to statements from the Ambivalence toward Men Inventory (AMI; Glick & Fiske, 1999). Contrary to popular beliefs, feminists reported lower levels of hostility toward men than did nonfeminists. The persistence of the myth of the man-hating feminist is explored.
*places hands on chin* Hmm, would you look at that.

Folks who confuse hostility towards sexism and misogyny for hostility towards men…
Folks who confuse sexism and misogyny as the definition of BEING a man…

here’s the study, btw

jollityfarm:

bankuei:

quietly-creeping:

pandorasprings:

a whole study asking the important questions

(transcription of the abstract)

Despite the popular belief that feminists dislike men, few studies have actually examined the empirical accuracy of this stereotype. The present study examined self-identified feminists’ and nonfeminists’ attitudes toward men. An ethnically diverse sample (N = 488) of college students responded to statements from the Ambivalence toward Men Inventory (AMI; Glick & Fiske, 1999). Contrary to popular beliefs, feminists reported lower levels of hostility toward men than did nonfeminists. The persistence of the myth of the man-hating feminist is explored.

*places hands on chin* Hmm, would you look at that.

Folks who confuse hostility towards sexism and misogyny for hostility towards men…

Folks who confuse sexism and misogyny as the definition of BEING a man…

here’s the study, btw