I am "revamping" my blog currently, so please pardon the mess. 22/M/Wisconsin
Aspiring to become the cheese guy.
An eye-catching two-toned lobster called Harley Quinn has become even more striking after moulting to reveal electric blue skin down one side of his body. The sea creature had surprised experts after it was caught in 2010 with a yellow, red and black body, buts its unusual appearance has intensified with each moult and it now has electric blue colouring. The lobster named Harley Quinn is pictured centre, with his two old coats, which have been carefully preserved.
I appreciate this lobster’s name.
Try to do a dA meme with some OCs; accidentally create what looks like a character selection screen for a battle game. Okay.
I just put a song on and wondered why I couldn’t hear it only to realize there was nothing in my ears
u got it real ruff buddy i feel u
I feel ya homie.
Asked by ny4rl4th0t3p ny4rl4th0t3p
You want me to tell you?
Please, tell me. -KH
*Distant screams*We will not have this at the dinner table.
hey ive gotten lots of followers recently, and lots of shiny pokemon to give!
ill choose 7 winners and to enter the giveaway you have to reblog or like this, and following doesnt hurt either. (gives you a better chance!!)
ill be choosing 7 people randomly, and if i do pick you, you have to have pokemon x or y and we’ll exchange friend codes.
each winner will recieve a shiny mareep and four shinies of their choice.
here is a current list of the shinies i do have, not including the mareep:
contest ends march 1st and ill announce the winners march 2nd!!
good luck! ☆
((sorry for the bad photo quality))
im extending this another couple days i want alot of people to know about this!!!!! ends: march 5 reblog as many times as you want or like this!! ill pick and announce winners the 6th.
this is your last chance guys hurry up if you want to enter before the deadline!!
Surgically Altered Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel
UK-based artist Beccy Ridsdel creates fun yet strangely macabre interventions where ceramics have been surgically altered to reveal additional layers of detail. Where the metaphor of surgery might normally evoke blood and guts, Ridsdel instead reveals further floral patterns inside bone china plates and cups. The pieces are part of an ongoing examination regarding the perception of ceramics as craft or art. You can see more of her work over on Facebook and she has a few pieces for sale in her shop. (via Slow Art Day)
Asked by Anonymous Anonymous
I know exactly who this is u can’t fool me. *SERIous face*