Am I an oddball or does anyone else share my opinion on this matter?
You’re a WRITER if you write.
But in my mind, to call yourself an AUTHOR it means that you’ve been published.
Therefore you’d be a writer and an aspiring author. But you’re not automatically an author.
(Or maybe I’m just really weird but when people who don’t have something published call themselves authors I just sort of stare blankly at them. Subsequently, if you’re a popular self published writer? No problem. But if you’re published with a major publisher? That is my general definition of a published writer. Which does not appear to be easy work at all. But there you go.)
Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. They prefer to devote their social energies to close friends, colleagues, and family. They listen more than they talk, think before they speak, and often feel as if they express themselves better in writing than in conversation. They tend to dislike conflict. Many have a horror of small talk, but enjoy deep discussions.
I can’t get over how awesome this Medieval Loki cosplay is. Seriously look at this. The detail is crazy! The design is great and it’s made from hand-tooled leather. So impressive.
Check out his facebook page for even more drool-worthy photos.
And after you’ve taken a look at Medieval Loki’s page, go check out Imperial Armories, the designer and crafter. He is also the creator of the Medieval Batman, Medieval Aquaman and many other insanely gorgeous leather pieces.
Kicked the cats out for a little while so the bird could have some living room time
things literally everyone, regardless of gender, looks good in:
- lacy lingerie
A very bizarre bird was photographed in Venezuela recently. Meet the Potoo, which is rarely seen in daylight. - Imgur
what the fuck is that
that looks like a god damn nightmare
are you fucking kidding me it sounds like a 18 year old boy complaining to his mother because she cut off the wifi
So ah, Ewa Michalak’s CHP Summertime (bra) thoughts.
- The gore tacks and doesn’t tack so hard that it pokes into me. It’s actually at the perfect height for my boobs. (It separates them.)
- The wires are undoubtedly the right length (I’m definitely narrow and not as in as a body type but as in the tissue for my boobs starts around the front of my armpit or a little before it.)
- Left boob seems to quad a little but liveable. Right boob is happy as a clam.
- Band is firm yet comfy.
- I should probably point out that I bought this in a 65E (30E) and I’m a 28F.
- It gives me a nice shape. Not in your face, but where they’re supposed to be.
- P.S. The embroidery is gorgeous.
On days where I don’t want a lot of foundation coverage? Meow Cosmetics Pampered in Siamese 2 or Korat 2.
On days when I want full coverage? Lucy Minerals in Light.
Welcome to what I’ve learned through my foundation hunting adventures. (Also learned that I LOVE loose mineral foundation over liquid foundation. Why? It blends better. Also? It doesn’t clog my pores—meaning I won’t immediately break out the following day. Actually almost all of the mineral foundations that I’ve tested are minimal ingredients BUT have zinc oxide in them which means that it helps tame your skin/prevent breakouts.)
“My hair makes me, me.”
“Clothes, fashion… If I look good, I feel good.”
"Electric Light" fancy dress designed by Worth for Alice Vanderbilt, worn to the Vanderbilt Ball, March 26, 1883
#always reblog dwalin cooking for thranduil