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monster mashing questions

ghost:what would you like on your tombstone?
dracula:are you afraid of aging? or death?
nosferatu:what, as a child, did you imagine went bump in the night?
creature from the black lagoon:what's your favorite place to go for a break? (eg vacation spot or comforting place, book, etc)
godzilla:what do you do when you are angry? are you ever destructive?
frankenstein's monster:when you fall apart, what pulls you back together?
the blob:do you collect anything? if so, what & why?
zombie:when was the last time you trusted your gut? was it successful?
mothra:what is something dangerous that attracts or fascinates you?
king kong:what are some questionable choices you've made lately?
alien:what is your strangest feature?
50 ft woman:what is your most prominent strength?
witch:if you could magically change anything about yourself right now, what would it be and why?
cthulhu:do you like the ocean? why or why not?
nessie:have you ever felt invisible to people -- the feeling of not existing?
mutant spider:what is one of your biggest fears?
werewolf:if you could change into any nonhuman animal and back at will, what animal would you change into and why?
freddy kreuger:what is one of your worst nightmares?
jason voorhees:do you feel you are laughed at often? do you laugh at other people? if so, in what situations?
golem:if you could make up an imaginary friend, what would they be like and why?
leprechaun:what is your "pot of gold" (or white whale, if you'd rather)
sharktopus:what is something you've done that was ridiculous or a bad decision?
mummy:would you like to ever have children? why or why not?
robot:what is a habit you do without thinking?
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ninjagiry:

zooophagous:

kreaturefeature:

Guillermo Del Toro’s house..

It’s so beautiful, brings a tear to my eye

Is Guillermo Del Toro even real

You see that person on the far right of the bottom picture? Not a real person. It’s a life-size statue of H.P. Lovecraft. In his study.

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soccercopdoc:

stardustacolyte:

Don’t buy a girl flowers. Flowers die. Buy her a dragon.

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lookdifferentmtv:

So in love with ALL of this from Girl Code’s race episode

Want to work on your own racial biases? Check out our racial bias cleanse.

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mythologyrules:

Njörðr, Skaði, and Freyr as depicted in The Lovesickness of Frey (1908) by W. G. Collingwood
In Norse mythology, Freyr is a god of fertility, harvest, the Sun, and rain.
He is the twin brother of Freyja, the goddess of love, beauty, fertility, and war. They are offspring of Njörðr and his sister, whose name is unknown. Njörðr and his wife Skaði are both portrayed in the picture above.
Freyr is also the ruler of the elves, since the gods gave him Álfheimr, the realm of the elves.
The most extensive surviving myth about Freyr is the one with Freyr and his wife Gerðr. Freyr’s shield bearer and servant is Skírnir, to whom he gave his sword, which Skírnir demanded as a reward for making Gerðr his wife. Lacking his sword, Freyr will be the first to be killed by the fire jötunn Surtr during the events of Ragnarök.
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mythologyrules:

Njörðr, Skaði, and Freyr as depicted in The Lovesickness of Frey (1908) by W. G. Collingwood

In Norse mythology, Freyr is a god of fertility, harvest, the Sun, and rain.

He is the twin brother of Freyja, the goddess of love, beauty, fertility, and war. They are offspring of Njörðr and his sister, whose name is unknown. Njörðr and his wife Skaði are both portrayed in the picture above.

Freyr is also the ruler of the elves, since the gods gave him Álfheimr, the realm of the elves.

The most extensive surviving myth about Freyr is the one with Freyr and his wife GerðrFreyr’s shield bearer and servant is Skírnir, to whom he gave his sword, which Skírnir demanded as a reward for making Gerðr his wife. Lacking his sword, Freyr will be the first to be killed by the fire jötunn Surtr during the events of Ragnarök.

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blackhistoryalbum:

TODDLERS & TIARAS | 1899 | THE BLACK VICTORIANS
Full length portrait of an unidentified a young African American girl wearing a formal white princess gown with gloves. Daniel Murray, photographer. 1899

blackhistoryalbum:

TODDLERS & TIARAS | 1899 | THE BLACK VICTORIANS

Full length portrait of an unidentified a young African American girl wearing a formal white princess gown with gloves. Daniel Murray, photographer. 1899

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chronic-mastication:

Black Velvet Cake Appreciation (click images for sources.)

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hazel-heart:

MODELED AFTER asheathes's WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD

THE SCHOOL OF ONE THOUSAND NAMES:
In addition to the five static schools of witchcraft and wizardry on the North American continent, there is another school which has catered to students for thousands of years. It has no name and no location: some years the patchwork band of longhouses, teepees, and kivas appears in the Pacific Northwest; other years it sits on the tear-stained earth of Oklahoma; some years it resides in Canada or the upper reaches of  Alaska (a bit of a challenge for students from arid desert regions). The teachers come from the Salish, the Cherokee, the Navajo, the Iroquois, the Chippewa, and hundreds of other indigenous tribes. Rather than separate into houses, the students maintain their tribal ties: there’s no small amount of friction between different nations with historic feuds. The school has a legendary reputation for record-keeping and cultural preservation; students are also at the forefront of magical innovation, constantly searching for new answers to age-old questions (such as magic use in major urban areas). Wandless magic is common, but even more common is the process of creating one’s own wand: an elaborate ceremony that varies depending on tribal origin. It is considered a great privilege to collect a wand core from a mythical beast.Every summer there are huge celebrations combining dance and magic: families travel from all over the world to join their children at the school.

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deanismypatronass:

cocolooo:

deanismypatronass:

cocolooo:

i love high contrast photos of fruit floating threateningly in the night

I don’t believe such a thing exists

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I was mistaken

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