Whenever someone refers to the gay community as “queer folk” I imagine us all like woodland sprites, we are the queer folk community, we are born of flowers and fairy dust, we are destroying the sanctity of marriages and corrupting children


Me and my neighbor went to our RA’s apartment today to pitch the idea of having big swap meets where students bring books/clothes/electronics/food/other items they don’t want/need and can also shop “shop” for stuff they want or need.

He got really excited and said he would bring it up at the RA meeting tonight and I think it would be totally okay for us to do as long as nobody was actually selling anything for money.

I’m really excited I want this to happen

angry-fish-woman asked:

Dude ok lemme tell you a story. I live in Philadelphia and I was on the bus one day. I happened to look out the window and there was a dude in his car just going to town on himself. A few weeks later, I saw him again... on the news. Apparently he had been going around asking ladies to watch him jerk it with a slice of Swiss cheese. They called him the "Swiss cheese pervert."

This is a really beautiful story so I’m gonna share it



Aero’s apothecary.

With a few exceptions, most everything in the apothecary is real/natural. Most everything I have collected and put together. I think only about 7 of the bottles were pre-made, the bug box I picked up at a garage sale, and all of the books so far have been purchased.

I finally shoved everything into the hutch again to get an idea of what I am working with. Ideally the books will have a bookshelf so I can store things like the empty pots underneath again. It does have a drawer, but right now that is full of spare corks and random odds and ends I’m still working on. There is also another box of like 20+ bottles that don’t have anything in them yet.

I’m debating if I should do some sort of tutorials or something? I dunno. Anything people wanna see up close? Get details on? Ideas for what I should do with this next. Feel free to comment or message me and I’ll see what I can do!