It’s a metaphor, see
Hey everyone! The last few months have been exciting and awesome for me on tumblr, so as a way to say “thanks!” and celebrate my recent follower milestone, I’m holding a small giveaway. Details below!
Prizes: Five followers will win a package full of random nifty things - handmade items, interesting Chinese candies and snacks, and funny trinkets with nonsensical English!
How to enter:
- Reblog this post before April 21st
- Must be following me
- Winners will be chosen at random and contacted via tumblr
im about to get so tan you guys
- Icarus’s last words
WAIT IS IT ACTUALLY GENUINELY A THING THAT AMERICANS DON’T HAVE KETTLES?
BUT THEN HOW DO THEY MAKE TEA?!
by throwing it into the harbor
Boxing Day EP, by Knuckleberry Finn -
8 track album
Check out our new EP!
Hello Operator, Please Give Me Number Nine (3066 words) by Anonymous [AO3] -
Fandom: Calvin & Hobbes
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Susie Derkins, Death - Character
Additional Tags: Nerdiness, Deus Ex Machina, Calvinball, Ingmar Bergman references, This is creepier than I intended it to be, Death as a character
The lesson here, Susie thinks, is that tricking Death is tricky business. How do you outwit the personification of oblivion? Chess, obviously, won’t be the answer.
Or: Susie plays Calvinball with Death.
son, I named you after the four bravest people I know, chardee macdennis
(Source: fletchinder, via stopitsgingertime)