22 yo nerd currently travelling the world

 

kajoi:

Just a little fanart for the lovely zombie tv series “In The Flesh”. 
This series is guaranteed to break your heart. Watch it anyway.
(also watch it even if you don’t really like zombies!)

kajoi:

Just a little fanart for the lovely zombie tv series “In The Flesh”. 

This series is guaranteed to break your heart. Watch it anyway.

(also watch it even if you don’t really like zombies!)

tiresias66:

For Paulnewmanlover.
The tubby tabby send his regards - or would if he could be bothered moving.

LOOKIT THIS LIL BABY

tiresias66:

For Paulnewmanlover.

The tubby tabby send his regards - or would if he could be bothered moving.

LOOKIT THIS LIL BABY

soupengine:

giveaway first place prize for theysabet. they asked for zenami’s cecil and carlos looking at the moon in the sand wastes.

soupengine:

giveaway first place prize for theysabet. they asked for zenami’s cecil and carlos looking at the moon in the sand wastes.

relative: so, are you dating anyone?

me: yeah, actually! want to see them?

relative: sure!

relative: why are you starting up a video game

heroineimages:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

everywhencomics:

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:
The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 
Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online
Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective
Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

I find this awesome and I thought Calyps might find this useful in his work.

Awesome!

Many thanks to Adelruna for sending me links to these Eastern and Middle-Eastern historical and semi-historical battle attire. I posted several and have set two or three aside for future use in the main blog. Really cool stuff.

heroineimages:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

everywhencomics:

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:

The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 

Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online

Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective

Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

I find this awesome and I thought Calyps might find this useful in his work.

Awesome!

Many thanks to Adelruna for sending me links to these Eastern and Middle-Eastern historical and semi-historical battle attire. I posted several and have set two or three aside for future use in the main blog. Really cool stuff.

(Source: angbanwa)

runrenrun:

I did that thing where you accidentally start to flick through your favorite books as you clean your bookshelf and pretty soon you’re not cleaning anymore you’re just reading
…guess who is my favorite Good Omens character it starts with C and ends with rowley

runrenrun:

I did that thing where you accidentally start to flick through your favorite books as you clean your bookshelf and pretty soon you’re not cleaning anymore you’re just reading

…guess who is my favorite Good Omens character it starts with C and ends with rowley