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whatisthecat:

#friendly reminder that pippin named his son faramir (via celebrin)

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welovepastelhair:

My first ever go at victory rolls, backstage gettin’ ready for a show.

welovepastelhair:

My first ever go at victory rolls, backstage gettin’ ready for a show.


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ciarachimera:

vixyish:

FOX! HI FOX! YOU SLEEPIN FOX? FOX OOH STEPPED ON YOUR HEAD THERE SORRY HEY FOX YOU STILL SLEEPIN? WANNA SNUGGLE? WANNA PLAY? OM NOM NOM NOM FOX YOU WANNA PLAY?

OMFG BABIES!

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TV TROPES // Nathan Explosion

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we drift inside each other, all we have is one another

Fucking love this song.

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mspaintadventuring:

tranimation:

Patients of surgeon Harold Gillies during WWI and WWII

Okay, these photographs pissed me off a bit, because they don’t show off how much of a genius Dr. Harold Gillies, the father of modern plastic surgery, was.  Rhinoplasty, skin grafts, and facial reconstructions have been practised for centuries.  However, it was this New Zealander surgeon who standardized these techniques and established the discipline of “plastic surgery.”

The introduction of more destructive weapons of WWI and WWII resulted in devastating injuries. In addition, in trench warfare, the head was more exposed than the rest of the body, and soldiers’ faces were often shattered or burnt beyond recognition. Despite the best efforts of surgeons, many soldiers were left hideously disfigured. Traditionally, the edges of facial wounds were simply stitched together, but when scar tissue contracted faces were left twisted and disfigured, so a new type of surgery was needed.

Gillies rebuilt faces using tissue from elsewhere in the body. Antibiotics had not yet been invented, meaning it was very hard to graft tissue from one part of the body to another because infection often developed, so Gillies invented the tubed pedicle,” where he used a flap of skin from the chest or forehead and “swung” it into place over the face. The flap remained attached but was stitched into a tube. This kept the original blood supply intact and dramatically reduced the infection rate.  After many surgical construction, grafting, and healing, which could take months to years, the tentacle-like tubing would be removed, and (volia!) a new face!

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He was also the first to do sex reassignment surgery from female to male in 1946, then male to female using a flap technique in 1951, which became the standard for 40 years.

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tl;dr, these were his patients BEFORE the surgery. He didn’t DISFIGURE these people he HELPED them.

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queerbriel:

queerbriel:

In celebration of a good month of etsy sales/Valentine’s Day I’m giving away one set of my handstamped Drift Compatible bracelets - perfect for you and a friend, sibling or SO (or hey, keep both for yourself)!

Rules:
1) Reblog this post to enter - every reblog is another entry and you can reblog as many times as you like (but as per usual don’t spam your followers with reblogs). If you follow me I’ll add something special in your package! Likes don’t count.
2) No giveaway blogs.
3) Have your ask open and be willing to give me your address, of course. Respond within 48 hours of me messaging you.
4) If I get to 800 etsy sales before the end of the giveaway I’ll give 2 people a set rather than 1. If somehow I make even more sales than that every 100 extra sales means another set to give away.
5) Winner will be randomly chosen with a number generator. 
6) If you have any questions, send me a message c:

GIVEAWAY ENDS ON FEBRUARY 28th (so if you want a set for Valentine’s Day you’re going to have to order them from my etsy rather than win them)

EDIT: I’ve made over 800 sales so now there’ll be TWO winners who will each get a set of bracelets! Double the chances of winning~


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queerbriel:

queerbriel:

In celebration of a good month of etsy sales/Valentine’s Day I’m giving away one set of my handstamped Drift Compatible bracelets - perfect for you and a friend, sibling or SO (or hey, keep both for yourself)!

Rules:
1) Reblog this post to enter - every reblog is another entry and you can reblog as many times as you like (but as per usual don’t spam your followers with reblogs). If you follow me I’ll add something special in your package! Likes don’t count.
2) No giveaway blogs.
3) Have your ask open and be willing to give me your address, of course. Respond within 48 hours of me messaging you.
4) If I get to 800 etsy sales before the end of the giveaway I’ll give 2 people a set rather than 1. If somehow I make even more sales than that every 100 extra sales means another set to give away.
5) Winner will be randomly chosen with a number generator. 
6) If you have any questions, send me a message c:

GIVEAWAY ENDS ON FEBRUARY 28th (so if you want a set for Valentine’s Day you’re going to have to order them from my etsy rather than win them)

EDIT: I’ve made over 800 sales so now there’ll be TWO winners who will each get a set of bracelets! Double the chances of winning~


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Rinko Kikuchi by Jumbo Tsui

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herochan:

Heroes In and Out

Images by Andrew Michael Phillips

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odditymall:

This Is Spinal Tape

Source: http://odditymall.com/this-is-spinal-tape


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so-i-did-this-thing:

feriowind:

Here’s an updated post of the Pacific Rim things that I’m selling in my S6 store!

If you’re interested in any of this, my store is here!

DAT PILLOW

The kaiju clock is AWESOME!


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