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queen of space: a hopeful writer, a soul eater lover.
cuddleholic:

pinkxst:

extriquee:

scienceyoucanlove:

darksuntheenderdragon:

moonstruckmod:

bempie:

ask-drunken-lin-bei-fong:

charitywaterproject:



EVERY REBLOG GENERATES 1-5 CENTS DONATION TO CHARITY: WATER
More RE-BLOGS = More DONATIONS = More LIVES SAVED
100% of donations directly fund water projects for communities in need, and we prove each one using photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.
$20  = 1 CHILD CLEAN WATER FOR 20 YEARS
Richard :-)


REBLOG 5,000,000 TIMES

WHERE ARE THERE SO LITTLE NOTES YOU GUYS
REBLOG THIS SAVE SOME LIVES.

Oh okay.

I can’t not reblog.
I care too much.

reblogging this to remind myself to donate when I get my purse 

reblogging this because I really want them to live like we do.

A MUST TO REBLOG

PLEASE REBLOG. I don’t care if it’s truth or not. But it may be, and you have to understand that this is REALLY important. When you get your hands dirty you just go to the bathroom and clean them. Well this people can’t, and they can’t shower either. And they need that water to drink it, and to stay alive. There’s people out there suffering, and just by reblogging you can help them. So please, I don’t care if this doesn’t fit your blog, this is actually worth it.

cuddleholic:

pinkxst:

extriquee:

scienceyoucanlove:

darksuntheenderdragon:

moonstruckmod:

bempie:

ask-drunken-lin-bei-fong:

charitywaterproject:

EVERY REBLOG GENERATES 1-5 CENTS DONATION TO CHARITY: WATER

More RE-BLOGS = More DONATIONS = More LIVES SAVED

100% of donations directly fund water projects for communities in need, and we prove each one using photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.

$20  = 1 CHILD CLEAN WATER FOR 20 YEARS

Richard :-)

REBLOG 5,000,000 TIMES

WHERE ARE THERE SO LITTLE NOTES YOU GUYS

REBLOG THIS SAVE SOME LIVES.

Oh okay.

I can’t not reblog.

I care too much.

reblogging this to remind myself to donate when I get my purse 

reblogging this because I really want them to live like we do.

A MUST TO REBLOG

PLEASE REBLOG. I don’t care if it’s truth or not. But it may be, and you have to understand that this is REALLY important. When you get your hands dirty you just go to the bathroom and clean them. Well this people can’t, and they can’t shower either. And they need that water to drink it, and to stay alive. There’s people out there suffering, and just by reblogging you can help them. So please, I don’t care if this doesn’t fit your blog, this is actually worth it.

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glowist:

theblizzardbitch:

thizz-face:

ufo-club:

cryo-genic:

glowist:

I’m making this post because people need to be aware of it in order for it to stop, and though it will take time and support from millions and millions of people, it NEEDS to stop.I spent a week at a place in Chiang Mai, Thailand called Elephant Nature Park and there I learned about the elephant culture in Thailand with details so vivid and so unimaginatively awful that made me sick to the stomach. Founded by a woman called Lek Chailert, ENP is a sanctuary for rescued elephants, as well as cats, dogs, and monkeys that were abandoned by their owners in the Thai floods a few years ago. The most impactful stories Lek told us were about the elephants.
As many of you probably know, Thailand is famous for its elephant culture. Tourists come from all over the world to ride them, to see them do tricks, to feed them, and to experience the wonderfully colorful and eccentric culture that Thailand has to offer. Many come utterly unaware of what actually goes into the entertainment they receive from the largest animals to walk the earth. So let me tell you.These animals are tortured. There is a process called forced breeding, where a female elephant is chained with her front legs together and her back legs wide apart so she has no means of escape. A group of bulls (male elephants) are released and commence to rape the female. This process occurs for months, even after she is impregnated, all the way up until she gives birth. It can be so physically straining that the female elephant might break her back, and so mentally traumatizing that, upon giving birth, she might kill her baby because she is so terrified for its future. Baby elephants are tortured so that they will be broken and moldable by their owners. They are taken away from their mothers far too early so that they can learn to paint pictures (elephant painting is a famous attraction for tourists in Thailand). The mahouts (elephant riders) use sharp hooks on the end of sticks to hit the elephants very hard on the sensitive skin behind and inside their ears, their neck, and their eyes. They use slingshots to shoot unwilling elephants directly into the eyeballs, more often than not with the result of blinding them. After this sort of treatment, a broken baby elephant no longer cries for its mother or nanny - it does not even recognize them. There is also a process called the Phajaan, which refers to the breaking of the elephants to do the mahouts’ bidding. One aspect of the Phajaan is the Crush. This is when a young elephant is chained into an extremely tight cage with his/her legs each to a post for days. It is constantly physically abused until its spirit is “crushed”, the will taken completely out of it, so that it can be under the mahouts’ control. Treatment as awful as this continues for the elephants’ entire life. They grow up forced to do manual labour. In a process called elephant logging, elephants must drag extremely heavy logs through forests up mountains. Lek told the story of an old elephant who had a mahout on his back and a chain around his chest with a large log attached. Deep gouge marks in his chest marked where the chain was cutting into his flesh, and he was screaming in pain but mahout continued to yell at him and hit him with the hook. Forced to continue, the chain dug even deeper into the elephant’s widening cut. There is also something in Thailand called elephant begging. Elephants are taken into large, scary, bustling cities and forced to beg for money from tourists. Many of them are hit by cars, and the city scene traumatizes them. They do not belong in cities. They do not belong at the disposal of humans.
The processes described above are just examples of what Thai elephants endure for tourism. This is what they go through so that people can sit on top them and take pictures, laugh as they feed them bananas and watermelons, or watch as they very charmingly paint endearing pictures. The processes described show just how much they endure to entertain oblivious, or else unsympathetic, humans. Videos of these events can be found on Youtube, but I think I should warn you that they are absolutely blood curdling. 
I am writing about this because people NEED to be aware. I myself have ridden elephants due to my lack of education on these poor animals’ suffering, and after what I have since learned, the idea of it makes me want to throw up. I want people to understand that the elephant culture put on display for tourism has an awfully bloody background, and it SHOULD NOT be supported. I want people to understand what these elephants have suffered for humans’ enjoyment. I want people traveling to Thailand to know that they should not pay one single penny to support the elephant tourist industry. I want this information to be common knowledge, so that there is no more income for the elephants’ torturers. I want elephants to be free, as they should be.To learn more about Khun Lek, who is probably the most inspiring person I’ve ever had the honor of meeting, and the wonderful Elephant Nature Park, which changed my life, click here.
Photo credit

:(

That’s so horrible. :-(

No what the fuck do you think you’re doing?!?

Elephants receive similar treatment in circuses and some zoos, and their lifespans are often shortened to less than a THIRD of what they would be in the wild. They often suffer from depression and PTSD (yes, animals deal with mental illness, too). Do NOT support the barbaric use of animals, and elephants especially, who seem to get the worst of the treatment, for entertainment purposes.
As someone who has researched this topic extensively, I can verify that the above information from the original poster is correct.

please keep reblogging this

glowist:

theblizzardbitch:

thizz-face:

ufo-club:

cryo-genic:

glowist:

I’m making this post because people need to be aware of it in order for it to stop, and though it will take time and support from millions and millions of people, it NEEDS to stop.

I spent a week at a place in Chiang Mai, Thailand called Elephant Nature Park and there I learned about the elephant culture in Thailand with details so vivid and so unimaginatively awful that made me sick to the stomach. Founded by a woman called Lek Chailert, ENP is a sanctuary for rescued elephants, as well as cats, dogs, and monkeys that were abandoned by their owners in the Thai floods a few years ago. The most impactful stories Lek told us were about the elephants.

As many of you probably know, Thailand is famous for its elephant culture. Tourists come from all over the world to ride them, to see them do tricks, to feed them, and to experience the wonderfully colorful and eccentric culture that Thailand has to offer. Many come utterly unaware of what actually goes into the entertainment they receive from the largest animals to walk the earth. So let me tell you.

These animals are tortured.

There is a process called forced breeding, where a female elephant is chained with her front legs together and her back legs wide apart so she has no means of escape. A group of bulls (male elephants) are released and commence to rape the female. This process occurs for months, even after she is impregnated, all the way up until she gives birth. It can be so physically straining that the female elephant might break her back, and so mentally traumatizing that, upon giving birth, she might kill her baby because she is so terrified for its future. Baby elephants are tortured so that they will be broken and moldable by their owners. They are taken away from their mothers far too early so that they can learn to paint pictures (elephant painting is a famous attraction for tourists in Thailand). The mahouts (elephant riders) use sharp hooks on the end of sticks to hit the elephants very hard on the sensitive skin behind and inside their ears, their neck, and their eyes. They use slingshots to shoot unwilling elephants directly into the eyeballs, more often than not with the result of blinding them. After this sort of treatment, a broken baby elephant no longer cries for its mother or nanny - it does not even recognize them. There is also a process called the Phajaan, which refers to the breaking of the elephants to do the mahouts’ bidding. One aspect of the Phajaan is the Crush. This is when a young elephant is chained into an extremely tight cage with his/her legs each to a post for days. It is constantly physically abused until its spirit is “crushed”, the will taken completely out of it, so that it can be under the mahouts’ control. Treatment as awful as this continues for the elephants’ entire life. They grow up forced to do manual labour. In a process called elephant logging, elephants must drag extremely heavy logs through forests up mountains. Lek told the story of an old elephant who had a mahout on his back and a chain around his chest with a large log attached. Deep gouge marks in his chest marked where the chain was cutting into his flesh, and he was screaming in pain but mahout continued to yell at him and hit him with the hook. Forced to continue, the chain dug even deeper into the elephant’s widening cut. There is also something in Thailand called elephant begging. Elephants are taken into large, scary, bustling cities and forced to beg for money from tourists. Many of them are hit by cars, and the city scene traumatizes them. They do not belong in cities. They do not belong at the disposal of humans.

The processes described above are just examples of what Thai elephants endure for tourism. This is what they go through so that people can sit on top them and take pictures, laugh as they feed them bananas and watermelons, or watch as they very charmingly paint endearing pictures. The processes described show just how much they endure to entertain oblivious, or else unsympathetic, humans. Videos of these events can be found on Youtube, but I think I should warn you that they are absolutely blood curdling.

I am writing about this because people NEED to be aware. I myself have ridden elephants due to my lack of education on these poor animals’ suffering, and after what I have since learned, the idea of it makes me want to throw up. I want people to understand that the elephant culture put on display for tourism has an awfully bloody background, and it SHOULD NOT be supported. I want people to understand what these elephants have suffered for humans’ enjoyment. I want people traveling to Thailand to know that they should not pay one single penny to support the elephant tourist industry. I want this information to be common knowledge, so that there is no more income for the elephants’ torturers. I want elephants to be free, as they should be.

To learn more about Khun Lek, who is probably the most inspiring person I’ve ever had the honor of meeting, and the wonderful Elephant Nature Park, which changed my life, click here.

Photo credit

:(

That’s so horrible. :-(

No what the fuck do you think you’re doing?!?

Elephants receive similar treatment in circuses and some zoos, and their lifespans are often shortened to less than a THIRD of what they would be in the wild. They often suffer from depression and PTSD (yes, animals deal with mental illness, too). Do NOT support the barbaric use of animals, and elephants especially, who seem to get the worst of the treatment, for entertainment purposes.

As someone who has researched this topic extensively, I can verify that the above information from the original poster is correct.

please keep reblogging this

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what-the-fuck-is-wrong-with-kise:

dangerhamster:

Rubeus Remus Potter. You were named after the only two people at Hogwarts who seemed to give shit about me, because come on who else would I name you after? A verbally abusive dickbag who was in love with my mum and gave me shit all my life and someone who convinced a bunch of children that they needed to be soldiers? What kind of awful aspirations would that make you end up having? Come on son I’m not an idiot…

#bless this post

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eglads:

So remember those zipper bags I ordered where the foxes were cut off???

Well, I will be getting them redone, but that still means I have a bunch of bags I can’t really sell for full price. I don’t know how well that’s going to go, so I figure I can do a giveaway to get rid of some of them! So here’s the deal, I have six bags I will send out to six of you guys, free of charge. That’s three ‘can you not’ designs and three ‘nope’ designs.

To enter the giveaway, just reblog this post anytime between now and Monday, June 23rd. Likes do not count, and no, you don’t have to be following me. I will ship internationally, but I may whine about the cost later. (Don’t worry, I promise to follow through despite my whines.) I will then pick six winners at random, and they’ll get their choice of the two designs, first come, first serve style. I’ll be contacting the winners via askbox, so make sure to have them open. If I do not hear back from a winner in 48 hours, I will pick the next person.

I believe that covers it. Happy giveaway, you guys! 

(via likasashes)

bighound-littlebird:

To celebrate our one year Anniversary, as well as the new season of Game of Thrones, we have decided to throw a Sansan giveaway!

The rules are simple, you must be following bighound-littlebird as well as it moderators, feather, momo, and kattors. You may like but only reblogs will count, but you’re free to reblog to your heart’s content, just please don’t annoy your followers.

The giveaway will end May 31st and winners will be selected randomly by the three of us. Once the winners are selected we will then contact you in the order you were selected and you can pick whichever prize you want! You have 24 hours to respond before we go to the next winner. We will have you contact feather or momo depending on the prize you select for details.

Now here is the rundown of what is in each of the prize packs:

#1 contains 5 Sansan prints, a copy of EW featuring Joffery on the cover and a great article on the new season with lots of photos. You will also receive a map of Westeros, a copy of Game of Thrones, and an MP3 played loaded with the audiobooks of the ASOIAF series and their respective ebooks.

#2 contains a little bird and jonquil necklace, a set of natural oil perfumes (frankincense, myrrh, and spikenard). A set of sansan broken heart stickers, a Queen of the North crown ring, and a Hand of the King pin.

#3 contains a SanSan coffee mug, a set of season 3 promotional poster stickers of Sansa and Sandor, and Sansa’s dragonfly necklace.

The rest is self explanatory I hope but if you have any questions please ask us! 

Thanks so much for your love and support and helping us get to one year!

We love you!

<3 Momolady, Kattors, and Thefeatherofhope

(via momolady)

Anonymous asked: could you do soul x maka? :s

enchillama:

ya

awesomeasusual:

Soul Eater Not! Ch. 15- Brainwashing

#I love how Maka doesn’t even flinch#a knife is coming at her full speed and she just stands there#not because she’s scared#oh no#she’s a meister#no she stands still because she knows Soul will protect her#he will appear#and to move would throw him off#she doesn’t hesitate#she trusts him that much#and he’s there#he’s just right there#fuck these bastards they’re in love (via smokeandjollyranchers)

(Source: r3d-pine4pple, via lunar-resonance)