WARNING: IN THE RECENT NEWS OF AN ETSY SHOP STEALING ORIGINAL ARTWORK OFF TUMBLR, PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL WHAT YOU POST. THEY’RE NOT PAYING YOU, OR BUYING THE ART FROM YOU, THEY ARE STEALING FROM YOU AND MAKING A PROFIT. YES THEY *ARE* MAKING A PROFIT AND YOU ARE NOT GETTING ANYTHING IN RETURN FOR YOUR HARD HOURS OF WORK (TRUST ME, I KNOW A LOT OF YOU DEDICATE HOURS TO YOUR FAN-ART). TAKE YOUR STUFF OFF TUMBLR OR MAKE IT ALL PRIVATE. THIS IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE A LOT OF YOU HAVE GREAT TALENT AND THIS PERSON HAS NO RESPECT AND THEIR ONLY TALENT SEEMS TO BE STEALING——I MEAN, HOW LOW CAN A PERSON GO: ANSWER: THE OWNER OF THIS ETSY SHOP. GO TO ETSY.COM (I WILL PROVIDE LINK BELOW) AND REPORT THIS SHOP, OR WRITE A BAD REVIEW OF THE SHOP PROVIDING THEIR LINK.
here’s the link
you can CONTACT THE SHOP OWNER too!
if you see your art on any of these…
If you ever think you did something embarrassing just remember that I had a really hot waiter one time and i was gonna order double pepperoni pizza but I looked him dead in the eye and accidentally asked for double penetration pizza in front of my whole family
Stop reblogging my failure
The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
so when i was 3 or 4, i asked my mom how they made cartoons
she said that they make a bunch of drawings and put them on VHS cassettes
so i drew the above scene in a handful of crayon drawings and shoved them into our VCR.
Cody was the first boy i was legitimately aware of at age 5 or so. Before Cody I thought boys to be just another type of girl or something.
terms for penis you should not use in fics:
- love stick
- ding dong
- 100% all-beef thermometer
- bologna pony
- stinky pickle
- magic wand
- divine rod
- love muscle
- power drill
- captain winky
- yogurt slinger
- DNA rifle
are you kidding im going to use all of these
have some class and use the most common…no one wants to read a fic in which the main character is sexy as hell but has a hard bologna pony … that says a lot about the person and writer you are, the words you choose.
Herieth Paul - Anthropologie’s Spring 2014 lookbook