Feathers That Fall

the royal mint of Britain is accepting submissions from the public for a new 1 pound coin and I just

proud-atheist:

This hurt physically to read

it’s okay, I’d rather not have my blood go towards saving your asshole of a life.

proud-atheist:

This hurt physically to read

it’s okay, I’d rather not have my blood go towards saving your asshole of a life.

Fallfeathers: decisions you make at 5am are rarely wise
Tarby: a fair point
Tarby: but i raise you this
Tarby: it would be funny
Tarby: for like 5 minutes at least
Fallfeathers: go for it
Current Commission List

MTs-255 Animations (Nacky)
3 Couple Poses for NEIGH Avatar (ff-flyer)
Mk.16 Animations (Tsume)
Claymore (Aryte)
Large pony plush (Gumball Crash)
Large pony plushies (Lauren + Emily)
Small pony plush (Cii)
Digital painting (Tecknojock)
Skorpion Vz.61 (Tsume)

somasis:

favorite thing about bluetooth devices: they never fucking work

zigbee 2014

davidohdrums:

itsdcat:

@hereshestands

Every single one of this. World, wake the fuck up.

heylasfas:

I seem to catch followers about one week before they cut out every MLP blog from their tumblr and make posts about how much they left the fandom and everyone in it is jerks.

I commonly wonder if I’m the one who sets them off. I don’t even post MLP stuff anymore aside from my friends works or my albums. I’m just a jerk.

heylasfas confirmed for death of the fandom.

emkaymlp started following you

it’s the emK.

I am now the owner of a slightly dinged up Toyota Corolla sedan.

what-the-hell-is-steampunk:

If you sew your own costumes, than you’re often going to need patterns. If you have some money to spend and want to buy a pattern, I would recommend buying something from simplicity. They have great historical / costume patterns that aren’t too overprized. However, if can’t spend an extra 10 dollars on patterns every time you make a costume, it can be difficult to find what you’re looking for. So for today I created a list with free patterns I have collected, I hope you’ll enjoy it :)
how to make a French bustle (the easy way)
how to make a women’s pirate costume
how to make a dramatic blouse (from an old shirt)
various sewing patterns (some are free, some aren’t)
various free sewing patterns (over 4000, but not all steampunk-ish)
again a site with multiple free sewing patterns
multiple steampunk tutorials
a site with patterns from the 19th century
free bolero sewing pattern
a blog that shows the steps to making various (historical) costumes
a corset tutorial
not a tutorial or pattern, but a series that teaches you how to sew, including a “lesson”that explains what fabrics you should buy and one that explains sewing terms

what-the-hell-is-steampunk:

If you sew your own costumes, than you’re often going to need patterns. If you have some money to spend and want to buy a pattern, I would recommend buying something from simplicity. They have great historical / costume patterns that aren’t too overprized. However, if can’t spend an extra 10 dollars on patterns every time you make a costume, it can be difficult to find what you’re looking for. So for today I created a list with free patterns I have collected, I hope you’ll enjoy it :)