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iwanttoberecycled:

I want to be pet-friendly. 

iwanttoberecycled:

I want to be pet-friendly. 

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whereisthaturbex:

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aconissa:

I am so sick of people trying to claim 50 Shades of Grey will not be able to have a negative effect on society because it’s “just a book”. The Bible was just a book. The Communist Manifesto was just a book. Mein Kampf, To Kill a Mockingbird, 1984, The Quran, freaking Harry Potter were all “just books”. If you keep saying literature and media don’t have the potential to change countries, or cultures, or the world, then you’re just deluding yourself.

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sharonsuzukimartinez:

The coyote is also known by some Native American tribes as “God’s Dog” and represents the principles of wise foolishness, surprise, creativity and destruction, motion, flux.
Consider that God may not be a noun, but a verb: a universal be-ing vs being, and the paradoxical coyote reveals itself as one hell of a sacred visitor. Disrespect God’s Dog at your own risk.
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sharonsuzukimartinez:

The coyote is also known by some Native American tribes as “God’s Dog” and represents the principles of wise foolishness, surprise, creativity and destruction, motion, flux.

Consider that God may not be a noun, but a verb: a universal be-ing vs being, and the paradoxical coyote reveals itself as one hell of a sacred visitor. Disrespect God’s Dog at your own risk.

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official-sokka:

Ever been in an RP with someone and their replies are FLAWLESS then you go to write and you just

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"We’re always being told ‘find your voice.’ When I was younger, I never really knew what this meant. I used to worry a lot about voice, wondering if I had my own. But now I realize that the only way to find your voice is to use it. It’s hardwired, built into you. Talk about the things you love. Your voice will follow."

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but what if she’s actually on fire?

Then describing her as fiery is acceptable. And now I’ll forever be disappointed when people use that description and the girl isn’t literally on fire.

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Describing your lady characters as a ‘fiery, young woman’ literally is as original and descriptive as ‘white guy with a beard’. 

I want an actual character, not your stock placeholders.

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I loved Lunchables as a kid. I didn’t have them throughout most of middle or highschool. Now I just love Lunchables.